College students need textbooks. But it’s no secret that the cost has been a thorn in the side of students for years. Col. Greg Hartman is among pioneering professors nationally developing e-textbooks, his for calculus. With the price of the book starting at free, cost is no longer a problem.
A visiting Israeli engineering professor helps a VMI professor and cadet develop a new method to use computer imaging in research on soybean productivity.
Summer Undergraduate Research Institute project looks at how physical exertion affects self-control.
Rear Adm. Charles E. Smith ’79 has been named deputy superintendent for finance, administration, and support, to succeed Brig. Gen. Robert L. “Bob” Green ’67, who will retire after the fall 2016 semester.
The VMI education develops character, engenders a sense of responsibility to others, and cultivates the ability to master adversity. VMI is not for everyone. This is no ordinary college. But then, who wants to be ordinary?