The 31st annual Environment Virginia Symposium, sponsored by VMI's Center for Leadership & Ethics, took place March 23-25 in a virtual format. The event attracted approximately 350 attendees this year from a wide variety of backgrounds - government, private industry, higher education, and nonprofit.
Maj. Dan Baur, assistant professor of physical education at Virginia Military Institute, will discuss the use of hydrogel technology by elite athletes on the public radio program With Good Reason March 20-26.
VMI is assisting with setup and staffing of a mass vaccination effort against COVID-19, supporting vaccine administration at the former Peebles/Gordmans building located at 770 North Lee Highway in the College Square Shopping Center.
When looking at colleges, Cadet Jahanzib Shahbaz ’21 was drawn to the challenging atmosphere of VMI. His diligence and hard work at the Institute has led to his qualification for the NCAA Cross Country Championships meet.
At first glance, a recent addition to the VMI Museum’s collection seems to be nothing more than a piece of scrap metal. But if that cup could talk, it would tell stories of courage, brotherhood, loyalty, and a citizen-solider alumnus’s will to survive.
Registration is now open for VMI’s 31st annual Environment Virginia Symposium, to be held March 23-25, 2021. This conference, sponsored by the Center for Leadership and Ethics, attracts environmental professionals representing private industry, state agencies, and nonprofits.
Two Air Force ROTC cadets have been recognized by the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME). SAME, which focuses on building leaders to address national security infrastructure challenges, honored Eric Munro '21 and Leon Thomas ’22 with a Southeast Region ROTC Award.
When it comes to a legacy of service to the VMI community, the Camper family is a member of the century-plus club.
VMI Interim Superintendent Maj. Gen. Wins '85 shares information and updates related to the review of the Institute with regard to diversity and inclusion ordered by Gov. Ralph Northam '81.
A message from MG Wins '85 regarding updates to VMI operations related to COVID-19.