School of Business & Management

Norwich cybersecurity program supports Super Bowl 50

By Daphne Larkin The Norwich University computer security and information assurance (CSIA) program, with students operating both onsite in California and on campus, supported Santa Clara Police Department, the lead law enforcement agency at Super Bowl 50, and the law enforcement and homeland security functions leading up to and during this international …

Prof. Huw Read Presents Nintendo Forensics Research in India

By Huw Read, PhD, Director of Advanced Computing and Digital Forensics The Nintendo 3DS with its face-tracking, video-streaming, and Internet-surfing capabilities is now just one more digital device considered for examination during criminal investigations. My research, “A Forensic Methodology for the Analysis of a Nintendo 3DS,” details the results …

NU Student Investment Club Grows Six-Figure Portfolio

By Ben Fertich ’16 Founded two years ago by myself and fellow senior AJ Johnson ‘16, the Norwich University Student Investment Club (NUIC) steadily expands membership as driven individuals look to join. Although not a requirement, the majority of our six members study business, or have strong backgrounds in business. The idea for the club was first …

A Norwich Cadet Earns American Citizenship

By Richard Hayden, NU ‘68 Editor’s note: This article was written as a letter Hayden sent to Norwich on November 16, 2015. On November 17, 2015, my wife Mary Jane (MJ) and I had the distinct pleasure of witnessing the Naturalization ceremony at the Federal District Court in Rutland that included Norwich senior C/CPT Phung Pham ‘16. I have had …

Prof. Mohaghegh Teaches Micro and Macroeconomics in China

By Jess Clarke, contributing writer Norwich Prof. of Economics and Finance Mehdi Mohaghegh spent six weeks in China this summer, teaching courses in micro and macroeconomics for Global Maximum educational Opportunities Inc. (g-MEO). His classes were held at the University of Sciences and Technology in Chengdu, China. The experience served the dual purposes …

NU Hosts Cyber Summer Camp for High School Standouts

By Jess Clarke, contributing writer Led by Norwich CSIA majors and alumni, NU’s first-ever GenCyber@NU summer camp brought a fun, innovative approach to immersing 20 standout high school juniors and seniors in cyberdefense and cybersecurity. During their first days at the week-long camp, teens wired bananas to circuit boards to play a video game and …