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News from the NUAA

Recent NUAA columns in the The Norwich Record

Over the years,
Norwich University students have expressed how much they value opportunities to interact with alumni. Students enjoy making connections, hearing stories of alumni experiences, and gaining insight into what helped them be successful at Norwich and in life. Click here to read the full article.

FALL 2016
During the “Year of Transformation,”
the Norwich University alumni website,, underwent a transformation of its own. If you haven’t yet visited the new and improved site, please take a moment to do so. It is more mobile-friendly, sports some great new features, and has a cleaner design that makes everything much easier to find. Click here to read the full article.

Each year, the Norwich University Alumni Association (NUAA)
Board of Directors solicits applications for new members. This allows us to maintain our membership at 24 and bring in new perspectives, ensuring we remain a diverse group. Our three newest members span three decades of Norwich education and support varied alumni engagement across the country. We are pleased to introduce them here. Click here to read the full article.

Experiences at Norwich
transformed many of us during our formative years, and frequently, it was an individual who provided the opportunity and knowledge that allowed the transformation to occur. If you value what your Norwich experience has provided and want to give something back, there are three ways to contribute: by giving your time, talent, or treasure. Let’s be frank. You will be encouraged to make a financial contribution to the Forging the Future Campaign. In preparation for our third century of educating future leaders of our nation, Norwich is committed to providing the best learning environment, so that our students can adapt, innovate, and prepare for the challenges that lie ahead. Every contribution helps toward this goal. Click here to read the full article.

Citizen. Sodier.
Alden Partridge partnered these terms to create the citizen-soldier concept that has become the hallmark of Norwich University and the heritage - or inheritance - that Partridge gave the Norwich community. The legacy of the citizen-soldier begins each fall as a new class of students arrives and takes on the mantle of service that rests on the shoulders of us all. While at Norwich, students study the citizen-soldier process, and we alumni can speak to the quality of that education. Click here to read the full article.


Rook Recognition, Junior Ring Ceremony, and Graduation are three significant milestones in every Norwich Cadet’s experience. But while Junior Weekend and Graduation have been formal and relatively consistent events for almost a century, the way Norwich has recognized its Rooks has differed greatly. Click here to read the full article.


A few years ago, Eric Curtis ’98 was invited to take part in a program at Babson College called Coaching for Leadership. The award-winning program pairs alumni with undergraduates for a one-day coaching session that helps the students build self-awareness and prepares them for real-world careers. The goal is to strengthen skills in six key leadership competency areas: listening, oral communication, teamwork, decision making, leadership, and ethics. Click here to read the full article.


So what exactly do you do? 
This question is asked of Norwich University Alumni Association (NUAA) Board members frequently. Frankly, it’s a great question. What does the NUAA Board do? Put simply, the NUAA exists to build a strong sense of University community and heighten awareness of and affinity for the Norwich brand among our fellow and future alumni, their extended families, and the public at large. It’s a tall order and we take it seriously. Click here to read the full article.

FALL 2014

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. Click here to read the full article.