The 13th superintendent of Virginia Military Institute, Lt. Gen. Josiah Bunting III ’63, was on post April 25 to reunite with his brother rats of the Class of 1963, but he spent a portion of the morning in Preston Library in a ceremony to recognize his recent contributions to VMI’s archives.
Col. Barry Cobb and Col. Jeff Smith, professors in the Department of Economics and Business at Virginia Military Institute, will discuss ways to pay for retirement and the best age to start drawing Social Security on the public radio program, With Good Reason, April 29 – May 5.
Virginia Military Institute’s 2022-23 Leader-in-Residence (LIR) Tracy Walder, former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officer, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) special agent, and author of the book, “The Unexpected Spy,” visited post several times through the academic year.
Virginia Military Institute hosted Senior Military College Cyber Fusion April 16 – 18 in Marshall Hall. Participating senior military colleges (SMC) include Norwich University, Texas A&M, The Citadel, University of North Georgia, Virginia Tech, and VMI.
The Virginia Military Institute Ethics Team recently won first place at the Military Ethics Case Competition held at the United States Naval Academy (USNA) Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership in Annapolis, Maryland.
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin will address the Virginia Military Institute’s graduating Class of 2023 at the school’s commencement exercises Tuesday, May 16, 2023, at 11 a.m. in Cameron Hall on VMI’s post in Lexington, Va.
Virginia Military Institute welcomed Amber Smith, former U.S. Army Kiowa helicopter pilot who flew into enemy fire in some of the most dangerous combat zones in the world, as she closed out the Center for Leadership & Ethics (CLE) 2023 Courageous Leadership Speaker series April 13 in Gillis Theater.
Members of the Virginia Military Institute pipe band played at the funeral of Mike Hill, the 61-year-old custodian at the Covenant School and Covenant Presbyterian Church, April 4 at Stephens Valley Church in West Nashville, Tennessee.
The American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) brings the celebration of its centennial anniversary to Virginia Military Institute on Thursday, April 20.
Eight 1st Class commissioning cadets along with their faculty leadership team toured Japan, a key U.S. ally, during spring furlough as part of the Olmsted Foundation’s Undergraduate Program. Cadets were chosen based on their GPA, ROTC ranking, a written essay, and personal interview.