In addition to completing your academic journey, Residency is also a time to learn about Norwich's 200-year legacy, explore topics you may be unfamiliar with and take part in professional development sessions. We invite you to explore the additional content provided in the below sections to help round out your virtual experience.
In addition, here are some quick links to popular areas of interest for our students - getting your Norwich gear and seeing our beautiful campus!
Residency is a time to explore more than just your program's sessions.
Norwich University has been working on developing a mobile app. We are excited to announce the first step for this university mobile app – a beta version for the 2020 virtual Residency Conference. Download the app to keep up with communications throughout the Residency Conference week.Download the App
Endings can be bittersweet, especially when it comes to the things you love. As his transformational 28-year tenure draws to a close, President Emeritus Richard W. Schneider finds saying goodbye is harder than he expected. He is not aloneRead His Story
Few American institutions of higher learning as old as Norwich University still closely adhere to the educational principles of its founders. Norwich is one of the exceptions and in a very substantial sense the institution today is the lengthened shadow of its founder, Captain Alden Partridge. The educational philosophy of Alden Partridge continues to guide Norwich University, now in its 200th year, and serves as a touchstone by which the university can be measured and appraised.Read More
Our 16,000 square foot facility on campus at Norwich University features permanent and changing exhibitions that tells the story of the university’s founder Capt. Alden Partridge (1785 -1854). Exhibitions and artifacts throughout the museum are interwoven with Partridge’s vision of a “citizen soldier” through military history, art, academics, music and sports dating from 1819 to present.
The museum offers opportunities for visitors, students, faculty, and alumni to in the words of Norwich University President Schneider “immerse themselves in the heritage of this great institution.” Our collection of fifteen thousand artifacts include textiles, insignia, war trophies, weaponry, jewelry, paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, maps, academic paraphernalia, architectural plans and furniture.Virtual Tour
This blog is intended to serve as a vehicle for informing, explaining and transforming ideas and methods in academia and industry. We are excited about using this blog to collaborate and interact with readers like you. During Residency week, we will be posting additional content to help you experience Norwich and continue your professional development through articles on key topics.
Be sure to share your success stories with us as you move through your career and we can post it to the blog.View Our Blog
Every event on campus is unique in its own way, and we’re happy to share some of the highlights from past presentations. Take a look to get a better idea of the caliber of speakers hosted on the Norwich campus.Explore Past Events
Every event on campus is unique in its own way, and we’re happy to share some of the highlights from past presentations. Take a look at the gallery below to get a better idea of the caliber of speakers hosted on the Norwich campus.Norwich Podcast Channel