As head of protocol for the United Nations (UN) peacekeeping mission in Haiti - the poorest country in the western hemisphere - Norwich alumnus Jean-Marc Koumoue is working to get things done.
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Richard Crowson, a NASA engineer, is rejuvenating his career by pursuing a Master of Civil Engineering degree from Norwich University, and hopes to enter a doctoral program next.
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Norwich student Brian Weber has many talents. He is first and foremost a teacher of English and history, juggling work between a high school, a community college and a university.
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Students take an online and on-ground tour of important, historical battles
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Norwich University's Master of Public Administration program provided an opportunity for three-time political appointee Susan Fertig-Dykes to develop a thesis based on her years of work in international development.
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Two Norwich master's degree students complete portions of their programs from the front lines of the global war on terror.
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When human-rights violations involve numerous cultures, nations and interests, determining who is in charge and who is to blame are far from black-and-white matters.

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Jim Rumple isn't a conventional business student. Nor is he a conventional businessman.

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When Dorothy Lowry, a staff nurse, was called down from her office at the U.S. Embassy in Kuwait to attend to a man with health problems, she saw firsthand the value of emergency training.

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In the virtual world of an online graduate program, distance and time were not a barrier to two Norwich classmates - one at the beginning of his career and the other a retired NFL defensive guard, now vice-president of a Silicon Valley company.
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