School of Business & Management

Management, accounting students get a taste of the Big Apple

Alex W.H. Chung, PhD, Assistant Professor Rebecca Sweem ‘16 Climbing into two Norwich University vans on the morning of November 20, 2013, the students of Mehdi Mohagegh and Alex Chung took off to New York City to broaden their horizons in one of the world’s premiere financial centers. Professors Chung and Mohagegh planned the field trip to help …

NU students win at bringing the fun to serious business

By David J. Blythe, Associate Professor, Management Free enterprise and entrepreneurship are alive and well at Norwich University, at least based on the performance of the University’s team at the 2nd Annual “Free Enterprise Marathon” held on March 7 and hosted by SUNY Plattsburgh. The event consisted of three separate competitive aspects: the …

The Rook’s Guide to C++

Norwich University computer science and computer security students have completed a first draft of The Rook’s Guide to C++, a book that aspires to become a textbook for entry-level programming students. The project began in the spring of 2013 as a response to students’ feedback about the choice of textbooks that teach the programming language called …

Google Glass comes to Norwich

Thanks to the School of Business and Management, Norwich students will begin experimenting with Google Glass, a product released on an invitation-only basis by Google’s research and development division. Faculty and staff in the Computer Science Program expressed interest in making this cutting-edge technology available to students. Google Glass …

Leadership coaching provides real-world advice to students

Norwich University is partnering with alumni to execute a single-day coaching program for undergraduate students to build self-awareness around the specific leadership competencies necessary to become more effective leaders. This program provides safe, confidential and developmental feedback to students in order to enhance their overall leadership, …

Norwich scores Best Student Team at HackVT

On Friday, Oct. 11, 2013, three Norwich students won a prize for best student team at a 24-hour Vermont programming competition. Two computer science students, Saul Costa and Lauren Wyatt, and electrical engineering major Ryan Knight competed in HackVT, a contest to build an application using open data from the state of Vermont during a marathon coding …