A summer project is organizing, stabilizing, and preserving part of the vast collection of nematodes at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.
Keydets without Borders travels to Pampoyo, Bolivia, to build eco latrines and solar showers alongside local villagers.
Five cadets complete poverty-focused internships through the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty.
On June 23, the George C. Marshall Foundation celebrated an accomplishment nearly four decades in the making: the publication of the seventh and final volume of "The Papers of George Catlett Marshall."
The recent conclusion of the George C. Marshall papers project after nearly 40 years of work has left the Marshall Foundation at a transitional point, looking to move with confidence into the future while ensuring the past stays relevant.
Virginia Military Institute will again provide a live webcast of the Matriculation Day welcome ceremony this Saturday, Aug. 20, at 2 p.m. at www.vmi.edu/livestream.
More than 500 new cadets matriculated with the Virginia Military Institute Class of 2020 this morning. At 506 cadets, the class is the third largest entering class.
Fourteen cadets experienced both a new culture and a new class this summer when they traveled to Madrid, Spain.
Basim Khan '18 spent part of the summer on the Appalachian Trail with Partners in the Parks.
Ross Schmeisser '18 and Chen Chun-Hao '18 did summer research to develop content for new math courses aimed at 4th Class cadets.
“Sun Li-jen: Ever Victorious General of World War II” will open in Gillis Theater Sept. 3.
Robert D. Kaplan will speak on the current geopolitical climate Wednesday, Sept. 7, in Cameron Hall.
Virginia Military Institute is ranked 51st among national liberal arts colleges, and number one within that category for ROTC participation, in rankings released this week by Washington Monthly magazine.
Brian Scott Crockett, CEO of the VMI Foundation, will retire Dec. 31.
Robert D. Kaplan surveyed the current geopolitical landscape, detailing the ways that geography and history help define the fate of nations, in today's academic convocation.
A summer research project by Andrew Kelly '17 explores the role of Walt Disney Studios in creating World War II propaganda.
VMI ranked third in the "Great Schools, Great Price" category and fourth among public liberal arts colleges in rankings released today.
Lt. Gen. Ty Buratai will speak tonight in Gillis Theater in Marshall Hall beginning at 7:45.
The Reach Out app is meant to assist victims of sexual misconduct by enabling them to access help from their phones.
The numbers don't lie. Over the past 10 years, the Department of Applied Mathematics has seen a surge in cadet interest.
Two faculty members and a recent graduate have published their research about the use of mathematical models to predict diabetes diagnosis.
VMI's Emergency Operations Center is ready to swing into action if needed at each home football game.
"Attack on the Huguenots" was painted by William D. Washington, a member of the VMI faculty in the 19th century.
Physical education elective offers the chance to learn self-defense moves and boost fitness.
Math that Matters: Math for the Modern World, the title of VMI’s proposed Quality Enhancement Plan, aims to introduce cadets majoring in the humanities and other programs to mathematical thinking.
Cadets try out patrol and ambush tactics taught by the commandant’s staff, complementing training provided by the ROTC units.
Staff of VMI’s Physical Plant have been working hard to get the Chessie Trail in perfect condition in advance of the 2016 Chessie Trail Half Marathon and 5K Oct. 15.
Men's soccer coach sees hard work, improvement every day.
Virginia Military Institute graduates have the highest median earnings eight years after graduation among graduates of more than 30 of the state’s four-year colleges and universities.
Former White House Chief of Staff James A. Baker III will receive the Harry F. Byrd Jr. ’35 Public Service Award Nov. 2 at 11 a.m. in Cameron Hall. Baker, 86, carries the distinction of having served in the administrations of three U.S. presidents.
Keynote speaker Christine McKinley opened the fifth annual STEM Education Conference this morning, telling the story of how the study of engineering and science changed her life.
Tim Chartier, professor of mathematics and computer science at Davidson College, addressed the approximately 300 participants in “Math: The Roots of STEM,” this year’s STEM education conference.
VMI professors were among those offering hands-on activities for the estimated 400 young people attending Sunday's Science Fest and Maker Faire in downtown Lexington.
Former White House Chief of Staff James A. Baker III discussed the meaning of leadership after receiving the Byrd Public Service Award this morning in Cameron Hall.
Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster spoke at VMI about the importance of strategy in the training of future military leaders on the second day of VMI's Leadership and Ethics Conference.
The Founders Day Parade featuring a 17-gun salute honoring VMI’s founders and the nation’s veterans is viewable at www.vmi.edu/livestream.
A restructuring of the agencies' professional leadership will commence next year.
Two buildings vital to the support of fitness and athletics, Cormack Hall and Cocke Hall, were rededicated after major renovations.
Seven former athletes and one alumnus who distinguished himself in sports journalism will be inducted into the Sports Hall of Fame Feb. 11 at a banquet in Marshall Hall.
VMI’s newest building, the Corps Physical Training Facility, is now home to the Keydet track team, with full Corps use to follow in 2017.
Over the Veterans Day weekend, the VMI boxing team's inaugural Battle of the Barracks drew a huge crowd to the courtyard of New Barracks.
Emma Nobile ’17 is the first female cadet in recent memory to be selected for the Navy's nuclear reactors program.
Cadets in Maj. Dekuwmini Mornah's entrepreneurship class found themselves having to think creatively after being asked to start and run a business for two hours on only $5.
The Virginia Military Institute is committed to the well-being of all VMI cadets, faculty, staff and our employees while adhering to the requirements of our rigorous, tough, Spartan environment.
Col. John Brodie, director of the VMI Regimental Band and Pipe Band, will be heard on the public radio show With Good Reason from Dec. 24 to 30.
Among the 41 cadets to graduate today was Richard Dow '18, who received the Marine Corps Commandant’s Trophy as the top-ranked officer candidate in his class.
The Presidential Inaugural Committee has selected the VMI Corps of Cadets to march in the Jan. 20 inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States.
The VMI Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony and banquet will be held in Marshall Hall Feb. 11 starting at 6 p.m.
Events in downtown Lexington are expected to complicate traffic patterns Jan. 15, especially in the afternoon. It is recommended that the Jordan's Point entrance be used to access post.
The cadet battery, absent since June, is back in place on the Parade Ground and features custom aluminum carriages that are expected to last for centuries to come.
The VMI Corps of Cadets will be the last and largest unit in the parade honoring the inauguration of Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States, and is expected to pass the reviewing stand around 5 p.m.