Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe opened his keynote address at Virginia Military Institute’s 27th annual Environment Virginia Symposium this morning with a broad commitment to conservation of Virginia’s natural resources and acknowledgment of the economic necessity of developing renewable energy.
More than 500 non-commissioning cadets from the Virginia Military Institute participated in community service activities during their Spring Field Training Exercises April 1-5. Nearly half worked in the Rockbridge community with non-profit organizations.
Marc A. Edwards, professor of civil and environmental engineering at Virginia Tech, received the 2016 Captain Ron Erchul Environmental Leadership Award April 7 during the 2016 Environment Virginia Symposium. T
A number of Virginia Military Institute cadets were inducted into academic honor societies, and 21 cadets gave honors thesis presentations, during VMI Honors Week in mid-April.
Cadets in Col. Mary Ann Dellinger’s service translation class are engaging in real-world Spanish translation projects
Registration is open and proposals are being accepted for the fifth STEM education conference, to take place Oct. 4-5, themed "Math: The Roots of STEM."
Three members of the VMI Boxing Club won individual titles, four earned all-America honors, and VMI placed third as a team at the USIBA National Tournament.
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.
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.
On April 23, the Class of 1966 presented the Institute with the proceeds of its 50th Reunion Campaign: a record-setting $40,000,019.66.
A visiting Israeli engineering professor helps a VMI professor and cadet develop a new method to use computer imaging in research on soybean productivity.
The VMI Community Theatre will present "Heroes, Hustlers, Schemers & Scamps: Curious Characters from Rockbridge County History" June 22-25.
Chemistry assistant professor Maj. Dan Harrison '05 and two cadets research ways to make fuel from carbon dioxide in Summer Undergraduate Research Institute project.
One cadet's summer research project uses simulations executed on a video game to determine the value of positions on the football field.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced today the appointment of three new members of the Virginia Military Institute Board of Visitors and the reappointment of a current board member.
Nathaniel Millard, a member of the Class of 2018, was selected to receive a 2016 National Security Education Program David L. Boren Scholarship.
Construction of a pedestrian bridge from the South Institute Hill parking lot to the Indoor Training Facility under construction at Main and Diamond streets will begin May 17.
Summer Undergraduate Research Institute project looks at how physical exertion affects self-control.
VMI’s Department of Applied Mathematics was named the No. 8 such department in the nation in a listing published on the "USA Today" website yesterday.
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.
The VMI Board of Visitors approved tuition and fee increases for the next academic year at its meeting on April 30.
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.
Cadet analyzes layers and layers of texts and edits in a summer undergraduate research project on the work of the 19th-century poet Emily Dickinson.
More than 300 members of the Virginia Military Institute Class of 2016 received degrees in a commencement exercise held earlier today in Cameron Hall.
Nearly 150 cadets commissioned into the armed services at VMI's Joint Commissioning Ceremony May 15.
The real reasons cadets enroll in VMI’s two summer sessions are complex and varied – to get ahead so they can lighten their load during the academic year or so they can study abroad or double major.