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Officials at Norwich University announced that Norwich's designation as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Systems Security Education, which it has held since 2001, has been renewed for five years.
Three students in Norwich University's Master of Arts in Diplomacy and one in the Master of Science in Information Assurance program have been selected as finalists in the 2012 Class of Presidential Management Fellows, a competitive federal internship program sponsored by the US Office of Personnel Management.
To some, the word "sustainability" is vague and jargonistic, but to George Crombie it has real and important implications.
Norwich University offers a bachelor's degree completion online exclusively for members of the Special Operations Forces.

Just before Christmas in 2008, Michelle Johnson experienced a life-changing moment.

The West African country of Nigeria is plagued by wretched highway conditions and land erosion problems. Civil engineer and Norwich alumnus Isaac Abiodun plans to change that.
As chief information security officer (CISO) for the state, Norwich alumna Kris Rowley is working hard to secure the borders in cyberspace.
As head of protocol for the United Nations (UN) peacekeeping mission in Haiti - the poorest country in the western hemisphere - Norwich alumnus Jean-Marc Koumoue is working to get things done.
Richard Crowson, a NASA engineer, is rejuvenating his career by pursuing a Master of Civil Engineering degree from Norwich University, and hopes to enter a doctoral program next.
Norwich student Brian Weber has many talents. He is first and foremost a teacher of English and history, juggling work between a high school, a community college and a university.

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