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.
Two faculty members and a recent graduate have published their research about the use of mathematical models to predict diabetes diagnosis.
"Attack on the Huguenots" was painted by William D. Washington, a member of the VMI faculty in the 19th century.
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.
Cadets try out patrol and ambush tactics taught by the commandant’s staff, complementing training provided by the ROTC units.
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.
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.
Physical education elective offers the chance to learn self-defense moves and boost fitness.
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.
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.
The Reach Out app is meant to assist victims of sexual misconduct by enabling them to access help from their phones.
VMI's Emergency Operations Center is ready to swing into action if needed at each home football game.
The numbers don't lie. Over the past 10 years, the Department of Applied Mathematics has seen a surge in cadet interest.
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.
Lt. Gen. Ty Buratai will speak tonight in Gillis Theater in Marshall Hall beginning at 7:45.
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.
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.
Brian Scott Crockett, CEO of the VMI Foundation, will retire Dec. 31.