USMC Silent Drill

Oct. 10, 2014 – The U.S. Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon performs at halftime during Saturday’s Parents Weekend football game. – VMI Video by Kelly Nye.

  • Parents Weekend
Oct. 20, 2014 — On Saturday, visitors to post watched a parade, cheered on the Keydets during the football game, which ended in a double-overtime loss to Gardner-Webb, and attended the Keydet Club Scholarship Banquet. — VMI Photos by Kelly Nye.
  • Parents Weekend
Oct. 20, 2014 — On Saturday, visitors to post watched a parade, cheered on the Keydets during the football game, which ended in a double-overtime loss to Gardner-Webb, and attended the Keydet Club Scholarship Banquet. — VMI Photos by Kelly Nye.
  • Parents Weekend
Oct. 20, 2014 — On Saturday, visitors to post watched a parade, cheered on the Keydets during the football game, which ended in a double-overtime loss to Gardner-Webb, and attended the Keydet Club Scholarship Banquet. — VMI Photos by Kelly Nye.
  • Parents Weekend
Oct. 20, 2014 — On Saturday, visitors to post watched a parade, cheered on the Keydets during the football game, which ended in a double-overtime loss to Gardner-Webb, and attended the Keydet Club Scholarship Banquet. — VMI Photos by Kelly Nye.
  • Parents Weekend
Oct. 20, 2014 — On Saturday, visitors to post watched a parade, cheered on the Keydets during the football game, which ended in a double-overtime loss to Gardner-Webb, and attended the Keydet Club Scholarship Banquet. — VMI Photos by Kelly Nye.
  • Parents Weekend
Oct. 20, 2014 — On Saturday, visitors to post watched a parade, cheered on the Keydets during the football game, which ended in a double-overtime loss to Gardner-Webb, and attended the Keydet Club Scholarship Banquet. — VMI Photos by Kelly Nye.
  • Parents Weekend
Oct. 20, 2014 — On Saturday, visitors to post watched a parade, cheered on the Keydets during the football game, which ended in a double-overtime loss to Gardner-Webb, and attended the Keydet Club Scholarship Banquet. — VMI Photos by Kelly Nye.
  • Parents Weekend
Oct. 20, 2014 — On Saturday, visitors to post watched a parade, cheered on the Keydets during the football game, which ended in a double-overtime loss to Gardner-Webb, and attended the Keydet Club Scholarship Banquet. — VMI Photos by Kelly Nye.
  • Parents Weekend
Oct. 20, 2014 — On Saturday, visitors to post watched a parade, cheered on the Keydets during the football game, which ended in a double-overtime loss to Gardner-Webb, and attended the Keydet Club Scholarship Banquet. — VMI Photos by Kelly Nye.
  • Parents Weekend
Oct. 20, 2014 — On Saturday, visitors to post watched a parade, cheered on the Keydets during the football game, which ended in a double-overtime loss to Gardner-Webb, and attended the Keydet Club Scholarship Banquet. — VMI Photos by Kelly Nye.

Parents Weekend

Oct. 20, 2014 — On Saturday, visitors to post watched a parade, cheered on the Keydets during the football game, which ended in a double-overtime loss to Gardner-Webb, and attended the Keydet Club Scholarship Banquet. — VMI Photos by Kelly Nye.

  • Cadets Construct Fractal
Oct. 17, 2014 — Cadets use business cards to build components of a level three Menger sponge to be assembled in the Turman Room Oct. 26.  Building the level three fractal will take about 1,000 labor hours and 50,000 business cards. VMI’s math department is coordinating the effort, under the leadership of Meagan Herald, assistant professor of applied mathematics. The efforts are part of Mega Menger, a coordinated effort by colleges and universities across the world to create a distributed level four Menger sponge.  When complete, the distributed components will contain over a million business cards. — VMI Photos by John Robertson IV.
  • Cadets Construct Fractal
Oct. 17, 2014 — Cadets use business cards to build components of a level three Menger sponge to be assembled in the Turman Room Oct. 26.  Building the level three fractal will take about 1,000 labor hours and 50,000 business cards. VMI’s math department is coordinating the effort, under the leadership of Meagan Herald, assistant professor of applied mathematics. The efforts are part of Mega Menger, a coordinated effort by colleges and universities across the world to create a distributed level four Menger sponge.  When complete, the distributed components will contain over a million business cards. — VMI Photos by John Robertson IV.
  • Cadets Construct Fractal
Oct. 17, 2014 — Cadets use business cards to build components of a level three Menger sponge to be assembled in the Turman Room Oct. 26.  Building the level three fractal will take about 1,000 labor hours and 50,000 business cards. VMI’s math department is coordinating the effort, under the leadership of Meagan Herald, assistant professor of applied mathematics. The efforts are part of Mega Menger, a coordinated effort by colleges and universities across the world to create a distributed level four Menger sponge.  When complete, the distributed components will contain over a million business cards. — VMI Photos by John Robertson IV.
  • Cadets Construct Fractal
Oct. 17, 2014 — Cadets use business cards to build components of a level three Menger sponge to be assembled in the Turman Room Oct. 26.  Building the level three fractal will take about 1,000 labor hours and 50,000 business cards. VMI’s math department is coordinating the effort, under the leadership of Meagan Herald, assistant professor of applied mathematics. The efforts are part of Mega Menger, a coordinated effort by colleges and universities across the world to create a distributed level four Menger sponge.  When complete, the distributed components will contain over a million business cards. — VMI Photos by John Robertson IV.
  • Cadets Construct Fractal
Oct. 17, 2014 — Cadets use business cards to build components of a level three Menger sponge to be assembled in the Turman Room Oct. 26.  Building the level three fractal will take about 1,000 labor hours and 50,000 business cards. VMI’s math department is coordinating the effort, under the leadership of Meagan Herald, assistant professor of applied mathematics. The efforts are part of Mega Menger, a coordinated effort by colleges and universities across the world to create a distributed level four Menger sponge.  When complete, the distributed components will contain over a million business cards. — VMI Photos by John Robertson IV.
  • Cadets Construct Fractal
Oct. 17, 2014 — Cadets use business cards to build components of a level three Menger sponge to be assembled in the Turman Room Oct. 26.  Building the level three fractal will take about 1,000 labor hours and 50,000 business cards. VMI’s math department is coordinating the effort, under the leadership of Meagan Herald, assistant professor of applied mathematics. The efforts are part of Mega Menger, a coordinated effort by colleges and universities across the world to create a distributed level four Menger sponge.  When complete, the distributed components will contain over a million business cards. — VMI Photos by John Robertson IV.
  • Cadets Construct Fractal
Oct. 17, 2014 — Cadets use business cards to build components of a level three Menger sponge to be assembled in the Turman Room Oct. 26.  Building the level three fractal will take about 1,000 labor hours and 50,000 business cards. VMI’s math department is coordinating the effort, under the leadership of Meagan Herald, assistant professor of applied mathematics. The efforts are part of Mega Menger, a coordinated effort by colleges and universities across the world to create a distributed level four Menger sponge.  When complete, the distributed components will contain over a million business cards. — VMI Photos by John Robertson IV.
  • Cadets Construct Fractal
Oct. 17, 2014 — Cadets use business cards to build components of a level three Menger sponge to be assembled in the Turman Room Oct. 26.  Building the level three fractal will take about 1,000 labor hours and 50,000 business cards. VMI’s math department is coordinating the effort, under the leadership of Meagan Herald, assistant professor of applied mathematics. The efforts are part of Mega Menger, a coordinated effort by colleges and universities across the world to create a distributed level four Menger sponge.  When complete, the distributed components will contain over a million business cards. — VMI Photos by John Robertson IV.
  • Cadets Construct Fractal
Oct. 17, 2014 — Cadets use business cards to build components of a level three Menger sponge to be assembled in the Turman Room Oct. 26.  Building the level three fractal will take about 1,000 labor hours and 50,000 business cards. VMI’s math department is coordinating the effort, under the leadership of Meagan Herald, assistant professor of applied mathematics. The efforts are part of Mega Menger, a coordinated effort by colleges and universities across the world to create a distributed level four Menger sponge.  When complete, the distributed components will contain over a million business cards. — VMI Photos by John Robertson IV.

Cadets Construct Fractal

Oct. 17, 2014 — Cadets use business cards to build components of a level three Menger sponge to be assembled in the Turman Room Oct. 26.  Building the level three fractal will take about 1,000 labor hours and 50,000 business cards. VMI’s math department is coordinating the effort, under the leadership of Meagan Herald, assistant professor of applied mathematics. The efforts are part of Mega Menger, a coordinated effort by colleges and universities across the world to create a distributed level four Menger sponge.  When complete, the distributed components will contain over a million business cards. — VMI Photos by John Robertson IV.

Cadets Explore Grad School
Oct. 15, 2014 – Cadets from economics and business honor societies traveled to U.Va.’s Darden School of Business yesterday.  They attended an admissions information session and sat in on a class, observing teaching with case studies and the Socratic method. The class was followed by lunch and a tour of the college. – Photo courtesy of Maj. Valentina Dimitrova-Grajzl.
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Cadets Explore Grad School

Oct. 15, 2014 – Cadets from economics and business honor societies traveled to U.Va.’s Darden School of Business yesterday.  They attended an admissions information session and sat in on a class, observing teaching with case studies and the Socratic method. The class was followed by lunch and a tour of the college. – Photo courtesy of Maj. Valentina Dimitrova-Grajzl.

More about economics and business at VMI

  • German Princess Speaks at VMI
Konstanza Prinzessin zu Löwenstein, a German princess whose family fled Nazi Germany for the United States, visited VMI last week to present a talk titled “A Princess in World War II America: Personal Reflections on German Exile, Remigration, & Reconstruction.” Her appearance was sponsored by VMI’s Department of Modern Languages and Cultures. – Photos courtesy of Patricia Hardin.
  • German Princess Speaks at VMI
Konstanza Prinzessin zu Löwenstein, a German princess whose family fled Nazi Germany for the United States, visited VMI last week to present a talk titled “A Princess in World War II America: Personal Reflections on German Exile, Remigration, & Reconstruction.” Her appearance was sponsored by VMI’s Department of Modern Languages and Cultures. – Photos courtesy of Patricia Hardin.
  • German Princess Speaks at VMI
Konstanza Prinzessin zu Löwenstein, a German princess whose family fled Nazi Germany for the United States, visited VMI last week to present a talk titled “A Princess in World War II America: Personal Reflections on German Exile, Remigration, & Reconstruction.” Her appearance was sponsored by VMI’s Department of Modern Languages and Cultures. – Photos courtesy of Patricia Hardin.

German Princess Speaks at VMI

Konstanza Prinzessin zu Löwenstein, a German princess whose family fled Nazi Germany for the United States, visited VMI last week to present a talk titled “A Princess in World War II America: Personal Reflections on German Exile, Remigration, & Reconstruction.” Her appearance was sponsored by VMI’s Department of Modern Languages and Cultures. – Photos courtesy of Patricia Hardin.

  • Biology Basics
Oct. 13, 2014 – Cadets in Biology 103, Biodiversity and Systematics, create a dichotomous key by studying the differences in leaves from 17 species of plants collected on post by Col. Dick Rowe, professor of biology, and Lt. Col. Anne Alerding, associate professor of biology, who are teaching the course in four sections this semester. The course, divided equally into lecture and laboratory portions, teaches entering biology majors the concepts, techniques, and tools associated with the science of taxonomy and systematics. – VMI Photos by Kevin Remington.
Biology at VMI
  • Biology Basics
Oct. 13, 2014 – Cadets in Biology 103, Biodiversity and Systematics, create a dichotomous key by studying the differences in leaves from 17 species of plants collected on post by Col. Dick Rowe, professor of biology, and Lt. Col. Anne Alerding, associate professor of biology, who are teaching the course in four sections this semester. The course, divided equally into lecture and laboratory portions, teaches entering biology majors the concepts, techniques, and tools associated with the science of taxonomy and systematics. – VMI Photos by Kevin Remington.
Biology at VMI
  • Biology Basics
Oct. 13, 2014 – Cadets in Biology 103, Biodiversity and Systematics, create a dichotomous key by studying the differences in leaves from 17 species of plants collected on post by Col. Dick Rowe, professor of biology, and Lt. Col. Anne Alerding, associate professor of biology, who are teaching the course in four sections this semester. The course, divided equally into lecture and laboratory portions, teaches entering biology majors the concepts, techniques, and tools associated with the science of taxonomy and systematics. – VMI Photos by Kevin Remington.
Biology at VMI
  • Biology Basics
Oct. 13, 2014 – Cadets in Biology 103, Biodiversity and Systematics, create a dichotomous key by studying the differences in leaves from 17 species of plants collected on post by Col. Dick Rowe, professor of biology, and Lt. Col. Anne Alerding, associate professor of biology, who are teaching the course in four sections this semester. The course, divided equally into lecture and laboratory portions, teaches entering biology majors the concepts, techniques, and tools associated with the science of taxonomy and systematics. – VMI Photos by Kevin Remington.
Biology at VMI
  • Biology Basics
Oct. 13, 2014 – Cadets in Biology 103, Biodiversity and Systematics, create a dichotomous key by studying the differences in leaves from 17 species of plants collected on post by Col. Dick Rowe, professor of biology, and Lt. Col. Anne Alerding, associate professor of biology, who are teaching the course in four sections this semester. The course, divided equally into lecture and laboratory portions, teaches entering biology majors the concepts, techniques, and tools associated with the science of taxonomy and systematics. – VMI Photos by Kevin Remington.
Biology at VMI

Biology Basics

Oct. 13, 2014 – Cadets in Biology 103, Biodiversity and Systematics, create a dichotomous key by studying the differences in leaves from 17 species of plants collected on post by Col. Dick Rowe, professor of biology, and Lt. Col. Anne Alerding, associate professor of biology, who are teaching the course in four sections this semester. The course, divided equally into lecture and laboratory portions, teaches entering biology majors the concepts, techniques, and tools associated with the science of taxonomy and systematics. – VMI Photos by Kevin Remington.

Biology at VMI

Rolling Along

Oct. 9, 2014 – Construction crews reached a milestone in the Corps Physical Training Facility project, moving the historic Knights of Pythias building to its new location this evening. This 30-second time-lapse represents about two hours. – VMI Video by John Robertson IV.

Doing a 180

Oct. 8, 2014 — Contractors rotate the Knights of Pythias building in preparation for its relocation tomorrow evening. The process began around 11 this morning and concluded late this afternoon. — H. Lockwood McLaughlin Video.

  • Morning Fog
Oct. 8, 2014 — Post is astir this morning as cadets head to class, STEM conference participants attend workshops, and construction crews continue preparations for tomorrow evening’s move of the Knights of Pythias building. — VMI Photos by John Robertson IV.
  • Morning Fog
Oct. 8, 2014 — Post is astir this morning as cadets head to class, STEM conference participants attend workshops, and construction crews continue preparations for tomorrow evening’s move of the Knights of Pythias building. — VMI Photos by John Robertson IV.
  • Morning Fog
Oct. 8, 2014 — Post is astir this morning as cadets head to class, STEM conference participants attend workshops, and construction crews continue preparations for tomorrow evening’s move of the Knights of Pythias building. — VMI Photos by John Robertson IV.
  • Morning Fog
Oct. 8, 2014 — Post is astir this morning as cadets head to class, STEM conference participants attend workshops, and construction crews continue preparations for tomorrow evening’s move of the Knights of Pythias building. — VMI Photos by John Robertson IV.
  • Morning Fog
Oct. 8, 2014 — Post is astir this morning as cadets head to class, STEM conference participants attend workshops, and construction crews continue preparations for tomorrow evening’s move of the Knights of Pythias building. — VMI Photos by John Robertson IV.
  • Morning Fog
Oct. 8, 2014 — Post is astir this morning as cadets head to class, STEM conference participants attend workshops, and construction crews continue preparations for tomorrow evening’s move of the Knights of Pythias building. — VMI Photos by John Robertson IV.

Morning Fog

Oct. 8, 2014 — Post is astir this morning as cadets head to class, STEM conference participants attend workshops, and construction crews continue preparations for tomorrow evening’s move of the Knights of Pythias building. — VMI Photos by John Robertson IV.

  • Math and Science in Action
Oct. 7, 2014 – VMI’s Center for Leadership and Ethics kicked off the 2014 STEM Conference this morning, with the keynote presentation by Grant Imahara of Mythbusters fame. The theme of this year’s conference is “Engineering Ingenuity: Math & Science Concepts in Action.” – VMI Photos by Kevin Remington
  • Math and Science in Action
Oct. 7, 2014 – VMI’s Center for Leadership and Ethics kicked off the 2014 STEM Conference this morning, with the keynote presentation by Grant Imahara of Mythbusters fame. The theme of this year’s conference is “Engineering Ingenuity: Math & Science Concepts in Action.” – VMI Photos by Kevin Remington
  • Math and Science in Action
Oct. 7, 2014 – VMI’s Center for Leadership and Ethics kicked off the 2014 STEM Conference this morning, with the keynote presentation by Grant Imahara of Mythbusters fame. The theme of this year’s conference is “Engineering Ingenuity: Math & Science Concepts in Action.” – VMI Photos by Kevin Remington
  • Math and Science in Action
Oct. 7, 2014 – VMI’s Center for Leadership and Ethics kicked off the 2014 STEM Conference this morning, with the keynote presentation by Grant Imahara of Mythbusters fame. The theme of this year’s conference is “Engineering Ingenuity: Math & Science Concepts in Action.” – VMI Photos by Kevin Remington
  • Math and Science in Action
Oct. 7, 2014 – VMI’s Center for Leadership and Ethics kicked off the 2014 STEM Conference this morning, with the keynote presentation by Grant Imahara of Mythbusters fame. The theme of this year’s conference is “Engineering Ingenuity: Math & Science Concepts in Action.” – VMI Photos by Kevin Remington
  • Math and Science in Action
Oct. 7, 2014 – VMI’s Center for Leadership and Ethics kicked off the 2014 STEM Conference this morning, with the keynote presentation by Grant Imahara of Mythbusters fame. The theme of this year’s conference is “Engineering Ingenuity: Math & Science Concepts in Action.” – VMI Photos by Kevin Remington

Math and Science in Action

Oct. 7, 2014 – VMI’s Center for Leadership and Ethics kicked off the 2014 STEM Conference this morning, with the keynote presentation by Grant Imahara of Mythbusters fame. The theme of this year’s conference is “Engineering Ingenuity: Math & Science Concepts in Action.” – VMI Photos by Kevin Remington

  • 100 Miles in 30 Hours
Oct. 6, 2014 – Col. Troy Siemers, professor of applied mathematics, joined 260 endurance runners last weekend for the Grindstone 100 trail run.  Setting out from Camp Shenandoah in Augusta County at 6 p.m. Friday, the runners followed the 101.85 mile course northward to the West Virginia state line and back, accumulating a total elevation gain of 23,000 feet.  Siemers finished Saturday just before midnight with a time of 29 hours and 52 minutes.  For more information about the race, visit Siemers’ running blog.  VMI Photos by John Robertson IV and courtesy of Troy Siemers.
  • 100 Miles in 30 Hours
Oct. 6, 2014 – Col. Troy Siemers, professor of applied mathematics, joined 260 endurance runners last weekend for the Grindstone 100 trail run.  Setting out from Camp Shenandoah in Augusta County at 6 p.m. Friday, the runners followed the 101.85 mile course northward to the West Virginia state line and back, accumulating a total elevation gain of 23,000 feet.  Siemers finished Saturday just before midnight with a time of 29 hours and 52 minutes.  For more information about the race, visit Siemers’ running blog.  VMI Photos by John Robertson IV and courtesy of Troy Siemers.
  • 100 Miles in 30 Hours
Oct. 6, 2014 – Col. Troy Siemers, professor of applied mathematics, joined 260 endurance runners last weekend for the Grindstone 100 trail run.  Setting out from Camp Shenandoah in Augusta County at 6 p.m. Friday, the runners followed the 101.85 mile course northward to the West Virginia state line and back, accumulating a total elevation gain of 23,000 feet.  Siemers finished Saturday just before midnight with a time of 29 hours and 52 minutes.  For more information about the race, visit Siemers’ running blog.  VMI Photos by John Robertson IV and courtesy of Troy Siemers.
  • 100 Miles in 30 Hours
Oct. 6, 2014 – Col. Troy Siemers, professor of applied mathematics, joined 260 endurance runners last weekend for the Grindstone 100 trail run.  Setting out from Camp Shenandoah in Augusta County at 6 p.m. Friday, the runners followed the 101.85 mile course northward to the West Virginia state line and back, accumulating a total elevation gain of 23,000 feet.  Siemers finished Saturday just before midnight with a time of 29 hours and 52 minutes.  For more information about the race, visit Siemers’ running blog.  VMI Photos by John Robertson IV and courtesy of Troy Siemers.
  • 100 Miles in 30 Hours
Oct. 6, 2014 – Col. Troy Siemers, professor of applied mathematics, joined 260 endurance runners last weekend for the Grindstone 100 trail run.  Setting out from Camp Shenandoah in Augusta County at 6 p.m. Friday, the runners followed the 101.85 mile course northward to the West Virginia state line and back, accumulating a total elevation gain of 23,000 feet.  Siemers finished Saturday just before midnight with a time of 29 hours and 52 minutes.  For more information about the race, visit Siemers’ running blog.  VMI Photos by John Robertson IV and courtesy of Troy Siemers.
  • 100 Miles in 30 Hours
Oct. 6, 2014 – Col. Troy Siemers, professor of applied mathematics, joined 260 endurance runners last weekend for the Grindstone 100 trail run.  Setting out from Camp Shenandoah in Augusta County at 6 p.m. Friday, the runners followed the 101.85 mile course northward to the West Virginia state line and back, accumulating a total elevation gain of 23,000 feet.  Siemers finished Saturday just before midnight with a time of 29 hours and 52 minutes.  For more information about the race, visit Siemers’ running blog.  VMI Photos by John Robertson IV and courtesy of Troy Siemers.
  • 100 Miles in 30 Hours
Oct. 6, 2014 – Col. Troy Siemers, professor of applied mathematics, joined 260 endurance runners last weekend for the Grindstone 100 trail run.  Setting out from Camp Shenandoah in Augusta County at 6 p.m. Friday, the runners followed the 101.85 mile course northward to the West Virginia state line and back, accumulating a total elevation gain of 23,000 feet.  Siemers finished Saturday just before midnight with a time of 29 hours and 52 minutes.  For more information about the race, visit Siemers’ running blog.  VMI Photos by John Robertson IV and courtesy of Troy Siemers.
  • 100 Miles in 30 Hours
Oct. 6, 2014 – Col. Troy Siemers, professor of applied mathematics, joined 260 endurance runners last weekend for the Grindstone 100 trail run.  Setting out from Camp Shenandoah in Augusta County at 6 p.m. Friday, the runners followed the 101.85 mile course northward to the West Virginia state line and back, accumulating a total elevation gain of 23,000 feet.  Siemers finished Saturday just before midnight with a time of 29 hours and 52 minutes.  For more information about the race, visit Siemers’ running blog.  VMI Photos by John Robertson IV and courtesy of Troy Siemers.
  • 100 Miles in 30 Hours
Oct. 6, 2014 – Col. Troy Siemers, professor of applied mathematics, joined 260 endurance runners last weekend for the Grindstone 100 trail run.  Setting out from Camp Shenandoah in Augusta County at 6 p.m. Friday, the runners followed the 101.85 mile course northward to the West Virginia state line and back, accumulating a total elevation gain of 23,000 feet.  Siemers finished Saturday just before midnight with a time of 29 hours and 52 minutes.  For more information about the race, visit Siemers’ running blog.  VMI Photos by John Robertson IV and courtesy of Troy Siemers.

100 Miles in 30 Hours

Oct. 6, 2014 – Col. Troy Siemers, professor of applied mathematics, joined 260 endurance runners last weekend for the Grindstone 100 trail run.  Setting out from Camp Shenandoah in Augusta County at 6 p.m. Friday, the runners followed the 101.85 mile course northward to the West Virginia state line and back, accumulating a total elevation gain of 23,000 feet.  Siemers finished Saturday just before midnight with a time of 29 hours and 52 minutes.  For more information about the race, visit Siemers’ running blog.  VMI Photos by John Robertson IV and courtesy of Troy Siemers.

  • Virginia Science Festival
Oct. 6, 2014 – VMI professors were among the scientists on hand for the Virginia Science Festival held in downtown Lexington yesterday.  The hundreds of exhibits provided interactive experiences for participants, including building a solar cell, exploring a NASA spacesuit, observing a 3D printer in action, and learning about building robots. – VMI Photos by H. Lockwood McLaughlin.
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  • Virginia Science Festival
Oct. 6, 2014 – VMI professors were among the scientists on hand for the Virginia Science Festival held in downtown Lexington yesterday.  The hundreds of exhibits provided interactive experiences for participants, including building a solar cell, exploring a NASA spacesuit, observing a 3D printer in action, and learning about building robots. – VMI Photos by H. Lockwood McLaughlin.
More on science at VMI
  • Virginia Science Festival
Oct. 6, 2014 – VMI professors were among the scientists on hand for the Virginia Science Festival held in downtown Lexington yesterday.  The hundreds of exhibits provided interactive experiences for participants, including building a solar cell, exploring a NASA spacesuit, observing a 3D printer in action, and learning about building robots. – VMI Photos by H. Lockwood McLaughlin.
More on science at VMI
  • Virginia Science Festival
Oct. 6, 2014 – VMI professors were among the scientists on hand for the Virginia Science Festival held in downtown Lexington yesterday.  The hundreds of exhibits provided interactive experiences for participants, including building a solar cell, exploring a NASA spacesuit, observing a 3D printer in action, and learning about building robots. – VMI Photos by H. Lockwood McLaughlin.
More on science at VMI
  • Virginia Science Festival
Oct. 6, 2014 – VMI professors were among the scientists on hand for the Virginia Science Festival held in downtown Lexington yesterday.  The hundreds of exhibits provided interactive experiences for participants, including building a solar cell, exploring a NASA spacesuit, observing a 3D printer in action, and learning about building robots. – VMI Photos by H. Lockwood McLaughlin.
More on science at VMI

Virginia Science Festival

Oct. 6, 2014 – VMI professors were among the scientists on hand for the Virginia Science Festival held in downtown Lexington yesterday.  The hundreds of exhibits provided interactive experiences for participants, including building a solar cell, exploring a NASA spacesuit, observing a 3D printer in action, and learning about building robots. – VMI Photos by H. Lockwood McLaughlin.

More on science at VMI

  • German-American Week
Oct. 6, 2014 – Cadets eat Geschnetzeltes (chicken tarragon ragout) and German potato salad prepared by the Crozet Hall staff Thursday in observance of German-American Week.  The week honors German-American Day, Oct. 6, and important events in the relationship between the United States and Germany including Oct. 1, 1608, when the first Germans arrived in Jamestown, Va., and Oct. 6, 1683, when a group of immigrants founded Germantown, Pa.
  • German-American Week
Oct. 6, 2014 – Cadets eat Geschnetzeltes (chicken tarragon ragout) and German potato salad prepared by the Crozet Hall staff Thursday in observance of German-American Week.  The week honors German-American Day, Oct. 6, and important events in the relationship between the United States and Germany including Oct. 1, 1608, when the first Germans arrived in Jamestown, Va., and Oct. 6, 1683, when a group of immigrants founded Germantown, Pa.
  • German-American Week
Oct. 6, 2014 – Cadets eat Geschnetzeltes (chicken tarragon ragout) and German potato salad prepared by the Crozet Hall staff Thursday in observance of German-American Week.  The week honors German-American Day, Oct. 6, and important events in the relationship between the United States and Germany including Oct. 1, 1608, when the first Germans arrived in Jamestown, Va., and Oct. 6, 1683, when a group of immigrants founded Germantown, Pa.

German-American Week

Oct. 6, 2014 – Cadets eat Geschnetzeltes (chicken tarragon ragout) and German potato salad prepared by the Crozet Hall staff Thursday in observance of German-American Week.  The week honors German-American Day, Oct. 6, and important events in the relationship between the United States and Germany including Oct. 1, 1608, when the first Germans arrived in Jamestown, Va., and Oct. 6, 1683, when a group of immigrants founded Germantown, Pa.

Sanborn Visits ROCMA
Sept. 26, 2014 — Lt. Col. Howard Sanborn, associate professor of international studies and political science, meets with the Republic of China Military Academy president, Gen. Te-chin Liu during his visit to Taiwan this summer.  Sanborn congratulated him on ROCMA’s 90th anniversary, and he offered his congratulations for VMI’s 175th. — Photo courtesy of Howard Sanborn.

Sanborn Visits ROCMA

Sept. 26, 2014 — Lt. Col. Howard Sanborn, associate professor of international studies and political science, meets with the Republic of China Military Academy president, Gen. Te-chin Liu during his visit to Taiwan this summer.  Sanborn congratulated him on ROCMA’s 90th anniversary, and he offered his congratulations for VMI’s 175th. — Photo courtesy of Howard Sanborn.

  • D-Day Memorial Visit
Sept. 22, 2014 — Yesterday, rats visited the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, Va., touring the memorial and hearing the story of the Normandy landings from volunteers and veterans. — VMI Photos by H. Lockwood McLaughlin.
  • D-Day Memorial Visit
Sept. 22, 2014 — Yesterday, rats visited the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, Va., touring the memorial and hearing the story of the Normandy landings from volunteers and veterans. — VMI Photos by H. Lockwood McLaughlin.
  • D-Day Memorial Visit
Sept. 22, 2014 — Yesterday, rats visited the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, Va., touring the memorial and hearing the story of the Normandy landings from volunteers and veterans. — VMI Photos by H. Lockwood McLaughlin.
  • D-Day Memorial Visit
Sept. 22, 2014 — Yesterday, rats visited the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, Va., touring the memorial and hearing the story of the Normandy landings from volunteers and veterans. — VMI Photos by H. Lockwood McLaughlin.

D-Day Memorial Visit

Sept. 22, 2014 — Yesterday, rats visited the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, Va., touring the memorial and hearing the story of the Normandy landings from volunteers and veterans. — VMI Photos by H. Lockwood McLaughlin.

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