Each of the five years in our countdown to 2019 will have a theme that allows us to tell Norwich’s unique story and engage the Norwich family in significant and meaningful ways. The first is our Year of Service. To learn how you can get involved in service activities or other bicentennial initiatives, visit the bicentennial website at bicentennial.norwich.edu.
Enter to win $5,000 in the Norwich Blue Line Club Reverse Raffle
The Norwich Blue Line Club invites you to participate in the 2015 Reverse Raffle for your chance to win $5,000 or other great prizes! The Reverse Raffle will be held on Saturday, February 7, 2015. Tickets are $100 and include one raffle entry and one dinner. Additional dinners may be purchased for $15. You do not need to be present to win the grand prize.
Hurry, space is limited to only 125 entries! All raffle tickets must be purchased by January 31st.
For more information and to enter, contact Paul Morgan, Assistant Director of the MGAA, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (802) 485-2903.
We set aside Veterans Day each year to honor the men and women who have fought to keep our country strong and free. It is an equally important day for non-veterans because it is an opportunity to learn about the sacrifices made on their behalf by those who have served.
In this video message, President Richard W. Schneider invites the Norwich family to reflect on those whose “service to nation and others” has earned our lasting gratitude. Click here to watch the video message
LEGACY OF LEARNING – BOSTON Please join us for the third Legacy of Learning Event, hosted by NU Alumni Association. This will be a panel discussion on increasing cooperation between architects, engineers and construction management, followed by a networking social. WHEN: Thursday, October 30, 2014. TIME: Registration 5:00PM, Panel Discussion 5:30 – 7:00PM, Reception 7:00-8:00PM WHERE: The newly constructed Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital at the Charlestown Navy Yard in Boston. The building itself will also be a topic for discussion during the presentations. It is LEED Gold certified and was designed with an emphasis on survivability. COST: $20, Free for current students. Speaker: Charles Pappalardo ’87; followed by a panel discussion Career fields targeted: Architects, Engineers, and Construction
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