Program Sessions

 

During the virtual Residency Week, each master's degree program held an afternoon of varying sessions - from cases studies and capstone presentations to presentations from industry experts. Below are some of the sessions that took place during the week.

Business Administration & Leadership

Professor Jean Gordon ran a session titled Where Do I Go and What Do I Do With My Degree for the Business Administration and Leadership programs.

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students meeting at residency

Criminal Justice

View one of our sessions led by one of our expert faculty members.

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Norwich campus building

Diplomacy & International Relations

This session and case study, titled A Prisoner of Mosul, is presented by Professor H. Gamze Menali.

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students talking on campus

History & Military History

Presented by Professor Bobby Wintermute, the session covers Religion in the First World War.

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campus bridge during the fall

Information Security & Assurance

Professor W. Travis Morris presented this presentation, The Other Side of COVID: An Infodemic.

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students networking

Nursing

The Nursing program hosted a discussion on COVID-19 and how it has impacted the health care industry and the personal lives of our students.

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Jackman Hall with US Flag

Public Administration

From Professor Ruth Stilwell, this presentation was titled From the Space Race to Space Traffic Management: Emerging Space Policy in Public Administration

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Getting Published

Pierce Reid, an author, military archaeologist, and alumnus of the M.A. in Military History program and Dr. Ted Kohn, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Norwich University discuss the process of publishing various types of work.

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