April 11, 2017
BG Farnsworth tells Shane Haughey, Political Science Major, Class for 2018, that Army values and Norwich values are completely aligned. That sets everybody on the course to, and is a great breeding ground for, military leadership. “I wasn’t an exceptional student,” BG Farnsworth shares with Haughey, “so I had to work harder and make tough choices about how may activities I could manage at Norwich. But that taught me to persevere, and hone my tenacity and my drive to get to my objectives in the face of adversity.”
Sound recording engineer and editor: Sonja Jordan, Communications Major, Class of 2019
April 11, 2017
Lt Gen Dubie speaks with Duncan Miller, Political Science & Spanish Major, Class of 2017, about leadership, based on his 30+ years of service in the United States Air Force. “Norwich graduates today cannot even imagine where their careers will take them and the kind of people they will command,” he tells Millar. “Leadership is an analog sport; by that I mean it is a one-on-one with people…especially in today’s social media world, that is important to keep in mind,” says Lt Gen Dubie.
Sound recording engineer and editor: Sonja Jordan, Communications Major, Class of 2019.
December 5, 2016
What would a criminal justice system look like on Mars? Is there a way to create an architectural design that can resist geologic hazards? What stories can tattoos tell us? If you find such questions compelling, listen to the newest podcast of WNUB’s “Norwich Odyssey”, which brings you a symposium preview.
You’ll hear from Norwich director of Undergraduate Research, Professor Amy Woodbury Tease, and Security and Information Assurance major Alexis Julian, who discusses her role as a symposium ambassador. The Students to Scholars episode of “Norwich Odyssey” is hosted by Jacque Day.
October 24, 2016
Norwich Odyssey, a 30-minute program featuring Jacque Day who interviews with environmental author Jonathan Mingle about his latest book, Fire and Ice: Soot, Solidarity, and Survival on the Roof of the World,
a nonfiction narrative about black carbon pollution, its health and
climate impacts around the world, and solutions for cleaning it up.
September 6, 2016
Norwich University’s new assistant vice president for
international education, Thy Yang, gave the keynote address during convocation
ceremonies on August 30. Addressing students and faculty, Yang said her aim is “to
have at least one, if not ten conversations with you about why you should have
an international experience.” She also challenged Norwich students, particularly
the Class of 2020, to meet as many people as possible. “The more different from
you they are, the better.” Listen to the podcast produced by WNUB Norwich Radio.
July 1, 2016
The Norwich University Peace and WarCenter continues its "America's Tomorrow" podcast series on leadership. Peace and War Center Applied Research Fellow Prof. Sarwar Kashmeri interviews Nancy Lindborg, President of the United States Institute of Peace.
Norwich University hosted Ms. Lindborg, renownedhumanitarian and peacebuilder, on June 23, 2016. Ms. Lindborg presented a Todd Lecture Series talk on“Building Peace in a Fragile World.”