Every day, a group of cadets volunteer as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) on post to provide life-saving medical care in emergency situations. In addition to their efforts on post, several cadet EMTs volunteer in the community at places like the Lexington Fire Department (LFD).
Virginia Military Institute recently announced ranks for the 183rd Regiment for the 2022-23 academic year.
VMI exhibit “Color of Freedom: Honoring the Diversity of America’s Servicewomen” on display in the Preston Library main lobby April 15 to May 17.
VMI’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering hosted students from eleven institutions April 7-9 for the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) 2022 Virginias' Symposium.
Col. Woodson “Woody” A. Sadler, Jr. '66, VMI adjunct professor of civil & environmental engineering, spent this year's spring furlough giving the “gift of mobility” in Peru.
More than 40 pipers and drummers in the VMI Pipe Band represented the colors of the Institute as they marched in the Tartan Day Parade in New York City on April 9.
This year's Honors Week showcased research and scholarship across all disciplines by 34 cadets who presented their research to the wider VMI community. The annual event also saw a large number of cadets inducted into academic honor societies.
The 32nd annual Environment Virginia Symposium, organized and co-hosted by the VMI Center for Leadership & Ethics (CLE), was held in person at VMI on March 29-31 and attracted nearly 400 attendees from state and local governments, nonprofit organizations, higher education and the private sector.
Bettina Ring, chief sustainability and diversity officer for the Sustainable Forestry Initiative, recognized as a Virginian who has made significant individual efforts to improve the environment.
The Jackson House Museum is now offering a tour titled “The Enslaved Experience,” which explores the Jackson House through the unique perspective and histories of the seven individuals enslaved by Thomas Jackson during his years in Lexington.