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.
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.
Basim Khan '18 spent part of the summer on the Appalachian Trail with Partners in the Parks.
“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.
Ross Schmeisser '18 and Chen Chun-Hao '18 did summer research to develop content for new math courses aimed at 4th Class cadets.
Fourteen cadets experienced both a new culture and a new class this summer when they traveled to Madrid, Spain.
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.
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.
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."
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.
Five cadets complete poverty-focused internships through the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty.
Keydets without Borders travels to Pampoyo, Bolivia, to build eco latrines and solar showers alongside local villagers.
A summer project is organizing, stabilizing, and preserving part of the vast collection of nematodes at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.
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.