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dean's blog is moving
Dean Clements shares his insights and updates about Norwich and the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies.
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The Year Ahead, Dean's Blog
Dean Clements shares his thoughts on the challenges and movements that will shape 2016.

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hockey puck contest
It's that time of the year again. When in 2016 will the hockey puck emerge from the ice and snow?
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On behalf of the entire College of Graduate and Continuing Studies team, best wishes for the holiday season and a happy, healthy and prosperous 2016!

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At the core of the discussion of the future of higher education, however, is implicit recognition that people are constantly learning, do so at different rates, and can learn from experiences outside of the traditional university course structure.

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On behalf of the entire College of Graduate and Continuing Studies team let me offer sincere wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving!

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As adult learners juggling many commitments, it’s only natural that you may feel overwhelmed with school work, planning the seminar paper or project, family responsibilities, and adapting to the pace and schedule of your program. Here’s a personal story I like to share that keeps me inspired.

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I’ve found reading outside of one’s field to be essential and have learned over the years that interdisciplinary approaches are often fertile ground for innovation, idea generation, and new perspectives.
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We are busy at CGCS and all around campus preparing for the arrival of over 650 students and faculty next week for a residency conference filled with many wonderful academic and learning opportunities. I look forward to seeing all of you on campus and having a great time both in the sessions and various...
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Many years ago I attended my neighborhood elementary school, housed in a large turn-of-the 20th century brick building my father also attended. In fact, my kindergarten teacher also had my father in her class and started teaching in a one-room school house where one of her students was my grandfather,...
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