Institute leadership continues to communicate important information for cadets, their families, faculty & staff, and the VMI community at-large:
32 cadets participated in a learning experience that covered borders, politics, and ideologies. The Department of International Studies and Political Science, in close partnership with NATO's Allied Command Transformation (ACT) headquartered in Norfolk, Virginia, hosted a Model NATO Simulation on post. ACT conceived the true-to-life scenario for the cadets to discuss, and will take the same scenario to other colleges and universities around the world. Learn more in a recent news article.
Festivities include cider pressing, period music and dancing, storytelling, games, and crafts for children of all ages. All demonstrations and activities are free.
VMI retained its high placing among the nation’s best colleges, according to the 2024 Best Colleges Rankings released Sept. 18 by U.S. News and World Report.
Dr. Anne E. Proctor, associate dean for the School of Humanities, Arts, and Education at Roger Williams University (RWU) in Bristol, Rhode Island, will present “Dearly Beloved? Michelangelo’s Funeral and the First Arts Academy in Europe,” at VMI Thurs., Sept. 28 at 7:45 p.m.
Retired Army National Guard Col. Paul Kastner has joined Virginia Military Institute as the new Director of Emergency Management. Kastner has nearly 40 years of experience working in both the military and private sector, most recently served as the chief of emergency response at the Pentagon.