The official search for VMI's 15th superintendent began on Oct. 29, 2020. Below you will find a review of the status not only of the search process, but also related events and actions taken by Virginia Military Institute.
Agenda: Search updates and feedback from the marketplace, Preparation for candidate review. More information available on the Timeline and Meeting Schedule page.
A public notice, including procedures for public comment, and agenda for the next meeting on Feb. 8, 2021 have been posted to the Timeline and Meeting Schedule page.
Maj. Gen. Wins '85, VMI interim superintendent, explains five outcomes to move the Institute forward - honor, diversity and inclusion, a VMI-defined brand, competing and winning, and a unified VMI. The video is available for viewing.
The officer, who will report to the superintendent, will liaison with the recently formed Board of Visitors Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee, as well as with the Commonwealth’s chief diversity officer and associated offices within the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia. More details are outlined in a news release.
Agenda: Comments and guidance for committee, Timeline proposal, Discussion of desired candidate qualifications, Questions from committee members. More information available on the Timeline and Meeting Schedule page.
WK will be conducting virtual listening sessions with cadets, faculty, staff, alumni, and parents/guardians in the coming days and weeks. Information will be sent to affected parties as it becomes available. If an individual cannot make the group’s session, he or she is encouraged to provide feedback via survey (also forthcoming) or to contact WK directly via email.
The VMI Superintendent Search Committee has scheduled its next meeting for Dec. 9, 2020 from 8-10 a.m. Information available on the Timeline and Meeting Schedule page.
The VMI Superintendent Search Committee has selected and signed a contract with WittKieffer, global executive search firm with more than 50 years of experience serving organizations dedicated to improving the quality of life.
The official superintendent search site is launched as part of the Board of Visitors section of www.vmi.edu.
Retired Maj. Gen. Cedric T. Wins will serve as interim superintendent of the Virginia Military Institute following an affirmative vote by the VMI Board of Visitors Executive Committee. Maj. Gen. Wins is a 34-year veteran of the U.S. Army and a 1985 graduate of the Institute.
The superintendent search committee is formed. BOV President Boland appoints Gene Scott '80, member of the VMI Board of Visitors, as chair of the Superintendent Search Committee. Additional members are also announced.
We will continue to attract young men and women from all walks of life who desire this unique and challenging experience. With VMI’s unparalleled leadership and military opportunities plus an academic program delivered by a faculty of the highest caliber, we will produce the leaders of tomorrow who will serve the Commonwealth and nation with honor and distinction.Brig. Gen. Robert W. Moreschi, Dean of the Faculty ❞