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Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) will host its annual residency conference June 15—19. Nearly 600 students representing nine online graduate programs and two bachelor’s degree completion programs will gather for a week of capstone/culminating academic work and conferences.

Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) has awarded $64,000 in tuition waivers to this year’s Leadership Summit participant organizations.

When Norwich University’s campus is buzzing with golf carts, bookstore lines are backed up with customers holding armfuls of the latest Norwich-branded gear, the mess hall’s soft-serve machines are filled with maple creemees, the Dog River has lost 200 or so stones the size of a small boulder, and the most-polished professionals found anywhere are prepping for a capstone presentation or poster session in the library, it must be the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies’ Residency Conference.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice delivered the Residency Conference keynote address June 19 for Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies and for the entire university community as a part of the 2014 Todd Lecture Series. Her appearance highlighted a week in which the theme appropriately centered around leadership.
At Norwich University’s Residency Conference in June 2014, many were inspired by Dr. Condoleezza Rice’s keynote address. Following her talk, Dr. Rice sat for a one-on-one interview with a 2014 Master of Arts in History program graduate and veteran journalist where she provided her definition of a leader and the skill set required of successful leaders in today’s world.
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Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) will host its annual residency conference during the week of June 16, when more than 500 students in nine online graduate programs and one bachelor’s degree completion program will participate in academic activities and conference sessions.
Dr. Rice will be speaking as part of Norwich University’s Todd Lecture Series, which invites distinguished guests to campus to engage the Norwich academic community in diverse dialogue.
Cybersecurity, recruitment and retention, transparency and the clash of old and new cultures: these are problems organizations everywhere face. How can students from a wide swath of professional expertise, including leadership, information assurance, business, nursing and history, contribute?
Norwich University’s online College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) will host its annual residency conference during the week of June 10, when more than 500 students in nine graduate programs and one bachelor’s degree-completion program will participate in academic activities and conference sessions.
Officials at Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) announced that prominent South Carolinian businessman Richard Wilkerson will be this year’s commencement speaker.

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