School of Business & Management

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 …