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Professor and two cadets in lab

Energy from Carbon Dioxide?

Chemistry assistant professor Maj. Dan Harrison '05 and two cadets research ways to make fuel from carbon dioxide in Summer Undergraduate Research Institute project.

Maj. John David and Christian Helms looking at papers

Football Metrics: Playing to Learn

One cadet's summer research project uses simulations executed on a video game to determine the value of positions on the football field.

Sarah Lemon and Maj. Julie Brown reading.

‘A Big Conversation’

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.

The cast of Heroes and Hustlers rehearses.

Community Theatre Presents Local History Play

The VMI Community Theatre will present "Heroes, Hustlers, Schemers & Scamps: Curious Characters from Rockbridge County History" June 22-25.

VMI barracks and Parade Ground

Governor Appoints Board of Visitors Members

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.

Professor teaching class

‘We’re Still Rolling’

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.

A cadet waves his diploma in the air as he crosses the stage.

‘Rely on Your Own Constitution’

More than 300 members of the Virginia Military Institute Class of 2016 received degrees in a commencement exercise held earlier today in Cameron Hall.

Cadets entering the U.S. Marine Corps stand to take the oath.

‘Stay Grounded by Staying Humble’

Nearly 150 cadets commissioned into the armed services at VMI's Joint Commissioning Ceremony May 15.

Participants enjoy an activity.

Fall STEM Conference to Focus on Math

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."

An architect's rendering of the pedestrian bridge leading to the Indoor Training Facility.

Pedestrian Bridge Construction to Require Lane Closures

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.