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Image of new cadet company formed up in Cameron Hall

VMI to Live Stream Matriculation Day Ceremony

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.

Samantha Alexander sitting at her desk

Alleviating Poverty in the United States

Five cadets complete poverty-focused internships through the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty.

Cadets work alongside Bolivian Villagers to construct eco latrines.

Eco Latrine Project Continues in Bolivia

Keydets without Borders travels to Pampoyo, Bolivia, to build eco latrines and solar showers alongside local villagers.

Natural History In the Lab

A summer project is organizing, stabilizing, and preserving part of the vast collection of nematodes at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.

Dr. Aryeh Weiss. Anthony Tran '17, and Lt. Col. Anne Alerding look at an image of a soybean stem.

Coding Botany

A visiting Israeli engineering professor helps a VMI professor and cadet develop a new method to use computer imaging in research on soybean productivity.

Sam Hudson '17 shows a flash card to a research subject.

Project Explores How Exercise Affects Self-Control

Summer Undergraduate Research Institute project looks at how physical exertion affects self-control.

Rear Adm. Charles Smith in his Navy uniform

VMI Appoints Deputy Superintendent for FAS

Rear Adm. Charles E. Smith ’79 has been named deputy superintendent for finance, administration, and support, to succeed Brig. Gen. Robert L. “Bob” Green ’67, who will retire after the fall 2016 semester.

VMI barracks and Parade Ground

VMI Ranked Eighth Among Liberal Arts Colleges

Virginia Military Institute is ranked eighth among liberal arts colleges, 20th among public colleges and universities, and 42nd among public and private colleges and universities nationwide in "Money" magazine’s annual college rankings, released today.

Maj. Brent Hierman and Sam Moffatt '18 talking

Cadet Scrutinizes Arab Scrutiny of U.S. Elections

A cadet summer research project is revealing a side of U.S. presidential election coverage seldom seen in the United States – the Arab media’s perspective.

Crew lifts cannon tube from carriage

Cadet Battery to Be Restored

Visitors to the VMI post in coming weeks will notice the absence of four artifacts of VMI history. The cadet battery has been removed from the Parade Ground for restoration.