The National Book Award Finalist and former Vermont state poet will kickoff a month-long poetry celebration on campus NORTHFIELD, Vt. –
The Norwich University Writers Series, PoemCampus, and Vermont Humanities are honored to welcome poet Ellen Bryant Voigt to the Norwich campus on Wednesday, April 1 at 4 p.m. Voigt will read from her work to help Norwich kickoff its PoemCampus celebration, a month-long celebration of poetry across the Norwich University campus during the month of April, National Poetry Month, organized by NU faculty and students. Click here to read more
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Norwich University’s Sullivan Museum and History Center, the state’s only Smithsonian Affiliate, will host Dr. Tom Crouch, Senior Curator of Aeronautics at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum for a lunch-and-learn on Wednesday, April 8 at noon in Milano Ballroom, located in Roberts Hall. Click here to read more
As some of you are aware, the Norwich University Alumni Association has launched an exciting new series of events. Titled “Legacy of Learning,” the series is designed to encourage alumni to continue their education and professional development through Norwich, despite having left the Hill. To learn more about the Legacy of Learning Series and other upcoming events, click here
for a video featuring NUAA board member Hilary Coons ’01.
– Norwich University will host the 2015 William E. Colby Military Writers’ Symposium on Wednesday and Thursday, April 8-9, hosting Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Philip Caputo, among other literary luminaries.
The symposium, which is free and open to the public and marks its 20th anniversary this year, celebrates the best in military writing, books and ideas. Click here to read more
–Norwich University’s biannual blood drive organized in conjunction with the American Red Cross collected 343 pints of life-saving blood on Thursday, Feb. 26, achieving its stated goal of 343 pints.
The campus event hosted 308 donors, 82 of them first-time donors. In all, 343 pints of blood were collected, including 74 double red cell procedures. The latter process uses a machine enabling volunteers to donate twice the amount of red blood cells of a normal blood donation. The goal of 343 pints of blood was derived as an average of the last three February blood drives, and organizers were pleased to achieve the target exactly. Click here
to read more.