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Pierwsze potrafi utrzymać młota of the banshee zespołów póki zawiązują whiners drove him out. He wanted to let me know that if I ever needed anything for academic or military career that he could help with, to call him. Sure, he was the hardest and most demanding professor I've ever had. Unlike several other professors I had this program, he actually took the time and effort to read every word I wrote and gave me dozens of pages of written feedback. I took it as a sign that if I could meet his high standards, I would arrive as a -level historian. The best students the program wanted to study under his direction. The has written several prize-winning books, and a couple of classmates had him as undergrad prof when they were cadets at the Air Force Academy. They specifically came to Norwich for their because he was teaching there. When I started Norwich, I was E-7: I thought, Wow! Here's a chance for me as a NCO to study under a professor who taught at the Air Force Academy and whose students felt highly of him that they followed him to Norwich. yeah, he tell you directly and with no sugar coating if you're not making the grade. Who fills that role at Norwich now that he's gone? He also told us dozens of times that it was better to hear criticism and critiques from him, the safe confines of graduate school, than from a scholar or employer on the outside. He was right: the capstone is the only thing that differentiate one student from the other, and because the rest of the world thinks on-line education is a joke and nothing more than a scam to make universities money education, we had to go the extra mile our capstones. That's what he made me do; those with really fragile egos who were hurt when he told them for the first time their lives that they needed to work harder took issue with that. I'm thankful that I got degree from Norwich while Dr Grenier was teaching there, and serving as the capstone Czar. By the way, he never called himself that--that was the nickname the other faculty gave him, you know, like the Drug Czar who runs a sprawling and complicated operation. The history from Norwich is worth a whole lot less now that he's no longer teaching there. Norwich is good for filling a block, but without Dr Grenier, it's not half the experience it once was. of Arts Diplomacy July 22 I desperately wanted to believe the ideals Norwich promised to uphold from the start of the MDY program, but unfortunately they just aren't there. First and foremost, this is a private military academy. As such expectations are high, and they should be. fact, not only should the be high, they should be very high. With that, the expectation is also high from end, the student, that Norwich be squared away. If I'm going to allow you to lead me and expect me to meet a very high standard, you too should at the very least meet or exceed said standard. Again, I wish I could give Norwich a A+ here, but reality is their past level of performance is a C+ at best. The 'positive' here is that they've been consistent with their lack of consistency. Requesting and sharing of information from staff and professors with me and peers throughout time at Norwich has been inconsistent and vague at best. From issues with the course design, to contact with the on campus bookstore, I've had to check and recheck with the respective individuals just to get resolution. That is unacceptable. Moodle, the online posting platform, I've literally found three different expectations for one assignment and not one is the same. This has been addressed with the program director but little if any resolution has been had. I certainly have not received resolution after a week plus. Second, the consistency between professors is laughable at best. I put value on a professors 'usefulness' by their ability to use their pedigree to thoroughly express and expand on ideas being taught and shared. Many if not all professors are accomplished their concentration. But with that only two of the professors I've had far have understood this premise. Others merely serve as placeholders. Shame as I truly wanted to believe Norwich's promise. Finally, the work should be hard, the assignments challenging I expect this, but 't believe for a minute this program is for the working professional. Yes, people have finished their degree while holding a career at the same time, but I question their level of work and personal commitments while doing this. Simply put, if you have a tremendous professional workload and family commitments, think VERY and hard as to whether or not you wish to take on this level of commitment. I can say without a doubt that had I known then what I know now I would not have chosen this degree. Also, as sad as this is for me to admit, I would not recommend the MDY program to peers, and that really frustrates me. Why? Because there is still a small piece of me that believes Norwich can fix this, but when and how? Norwich, are you listening? Until then, the unknown ROI is simply not worth the amount of energy, frustration and