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Company Overview of Virginia Military Institute
Virginia Military Institute is a military college that offers undergraduate research courses in army, air force, biology, chemistry, engineering, history, modern languages, psychology, and philosophy. The college was founded in 1839 and is based in Lexington, Virginia. Virginia Military Institute has endowment assets of $278.7 million.
309 Letcher Ave
Lexington, VA 24450-2109
Founded in 1839
Key Executives for Virginia Military Institute
Head of Biology Department
Head of Civil and Environmental Engineering Department
Deputy Director of Center for Leadership and Ethics
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Virginia Military Institute Key Developments
Virginia Military Institute Announces Executive Changes
Apr 5 13
Virginia Military Institute announced the appointment of Army Col. James P. Inman as the Institute's next chief of staff. He has been involved in officer professional education as a senior manager, including as chief of staff of the Army's Cadet Command. Inman will replace Col. Jeffrey H. Curtis '79, who will become executive assistant to the superintendent and secretary of the Board of Visitors Curtis will assume that position from Col. Michael M. Strickler '71, who is retiring June 28, 2013 after 36 years of service to VMI. Currently a resident of Springfield, Va., Inman will join the staff in June, working during a short overlap period with Curtis.
Virginia Military Institute Launches CORE Service Program
Nov 13 12
Virginia Military Institute launched its new Community Outreach and Renewal Experience - CORE - program, with a brand new website and local, national, and international service opportunities offered to cadets in one location. The launch is the culmination of a year's work by members of VMI's Service Committee. The committee's report found that approximately 800 cadets - more than 50% of the Corps - were already involved with service projects. The website offers easy access to programming including VMI's Shepherd Poverty class and internship, service trips such as the Engineers without Borders Bolivia and Haiti projects, service work coordinated by cadet clubs and organizations, faith-based and character-building programs sponsored by the chaplain's office, and projects coordinated with the Nabors Service League, now a VMI-Washington and Lee University cooperative program.
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