2020 Virtual Residency Conference Recap
While current circumstances around COVID-19 forced us to take our event virtual in June 2020, we filled the week with a combination of live sessions, guest speakers, social events and resources to showcase all that is Norwich. Below you will find links to view some of these sessions. Enjoy!
All Norwich University master’s degree programs culminate in a required, weeklong capstone residency in June. Residency is an exciting time for our students where they get to explore and learn our 200-year history, all while meeting their classmates and professors to form lifelong relationships.
Dr. William Clements, Vice President and Dean of the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies sits down with recently appointed Norwich University president, Colonel Mark Anarumo, USAF to discuss leadership, higher education, and the future of Norwich University.Watch Recording
The College of Graduate and Continuing Studies welcomed Pete Smith as the 2020 Residency Conference keynote and Todd Lecture Series speaker. Pete Smith is an international speaker and coach in the fields of leadership, management, personal growth and development. His energetic, edgy, and interactive style is complimented by his ability to provide practical takeaways that actually work, while having a little fun in the process.View the Recording
For some graduates, Residency is a time for presenting their capstone project. This year, we compiled students' poster presentations online for all to view. Review posters from graduates in Civil Engineering, Nursing, Diplomacy, and International Relations.View the ePosters
A brief ceremony with Dr. William Clements, Vice President and Dean of the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies and recently appointed Norwich University president, Colonel Mark Anarumo, USAF for some remarks and the official conferring of degrees. The ceremony concluded with a slide show of student photographs.Watch the Ceremony
P. W. Singer talks about artificial intelligence, COVID-19 and the future of industry, economics and policy. P.W. Singer is Strategist at New America. He has been named by the Smithsonian as one of the nation’s 100 leading innovators, by Defense News as one of the 100 most influential people in defense issues, by Foreign Policy to their Top 100 Global Thinkers List, and as an official “Mad Scientist” for the U.S. Army’s Training and Doctrine Command.View the Recording
Jim Condos, VT Sec. of State presents on how technology impacts and relates to public policy.View the Recording
A project manager's role on any project goes far beyond task-related deliverables. The project manager usually is not in a supervisory role to the members on the project team, but relies on the people on the team to contribute to the completion of the project. This presentation will cover some of the most critical skills needed to effectively lead project teams leading to the successful completion of the project.View the Recording
Norwich's talent marketing and career development partner, Acadiate, discusses what steps you need to take to be successful in the job market before graduation.Watch the Recording
Norwich's talent marketing and career development partner, Acadiate, discuss the benefits of mentorship.View Recording