Featured Content

To help round out your Residency week experience, we have generated a variety of additional professional education content pieces for you.

From professional development sessions just for you to faculty presentations and articles, alumni interest stories and tips from our business partners, this section has been curated to give you a wide selection of content to explore.

We have also added recordings from sessions held throughout the virtual Residency Week below.

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Blog: Norwich University Online

This blog is intended to serve as a vehicle for informing, explaining and transforming ideas and methods in academia and industry. We are excited about using this blog to collaborate and interact with readers like you. During Residency week, we will be posting additional content to help you experience Norwich and continue your professional development through articles on key topics.

Be sure to share your success stories with us as you move through your career and we can post it to the blog.

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Voices from the Hill

Everyone is adapting to new realities as we learn to work remotely, educate students and serve people in need and this transition has stimulated intellectual curiosities. Norwich has a series of interdisciplinary essays featuring faculty members’ perspectives on the coronavirus to help us all think through the consequences our nation is facing.

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Friends of the Kreitzberg Library

How would you like to become an advocate for our library and contribute to the Norwich community? Norwich has a Friends group that is always trying to make the library better and we invite you to join. View the slideshow to learn who we are and what we do.

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Hayat Alvi

Book Talk: The Political Economy and Islam: The Case of Tunisia

Dr. Lasha Tchantouridze, Program Director for the Master of Arts in Diplomacy and Master of Arts in International Relations programs and Dr. Hayat Alvi, adjunct professor, discuss Dr. Alvi's book, The Political Economy and Islam: The Case of Tunisia.

Following the 2011 Arab Spring, Tunisia’s civil society and political system have engaged in inclusive dialogues and negotiations. As a result, democratic transition processes have been nonviolent, hence providing the Middle East & North Africa (MENA) region with a positive example (or model) of post-revolution transformations.

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Book Talk: The Post-Soviet Conflicts: Thirty Years' Crisis

Dr. Lasha Tchantouridze, Program Director for the Master of Arts in Diplomacy and Master of Arts in International Relations programs is joined by faculty members Dr. Ali Askerov and Dr. Stefan Brooks to discuss their recently published book The Post-Soviet Conflicts: Thirty Years' Crisis.

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COVID-19

Webinar: Responses to COVID-19

A Diplomatic, Public Policy and Health Perspective

This webinar is a faculty panel discussion centered around the COVID-19 outbreak. Gain insights and the latest perspective on this pandemic from our faculty who will weigh in on the current landscapes and responses from a variety of industries.

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Space Situational Awareness: Key Issues in an Evolving Landscape

Space is rapidly becoming the new frontier for commercial, academic, scientific and security endeavors. However, there are very few guidelines and policies governing the fair use and sustainability of such activities. Listen to Dr. Ruth Stilwell, Adjunct Faculty for Norwich University's Master of Public Administration program, and others offer testimony on these key issues.

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Partnerships & Pathways

Forming partnerships with higher education institutions is something all organizations in the lifelong learning business should consider. Such relationships have advantages for learners already in the workforce as well as for those preparing to enter it.

Dr. William Clements, Vice President and Dean of the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies at Norwich University has nearly four decades of experience in the field of higher education and has a strong grasp of what’s necessary to meet the needs of learners in this rapidly changing world.

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End of an Era

Endings can be bittersweet, especially when it comes to the things you love. As his transformational 28-year tenure draws to a close, President Emeritus Richard W. Schneider finds saying goodbye is harder than he expected. He is not alone

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Norwich Pro

Norwich Pro is the continuing education branch of Norwich University. If you're ever looking for a refresher post-graduation, Norwich Pro’s fully online programs will help you prepare for the next steps in your current career, or help you pivot toward a new industry.

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View Past Norwich Events

Every event on campus is unique in its own way, and we’re happy to share some of the highlights from past presentations. Take a look to get a better idea of the caliber of speakers hosted on the Norwich campus.

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