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  • 50th Anniversary of Ministry to the Corps
    Safety Regimental Band About Cadet Leadership Student Consumer Information Parents and Family Info Cadet Sign In Out Cadet in Barracks Cadet out of Barracks Holly Leech Commandant Office Manager P 540 464 7313 F 540 464 7748 E leechhc vmi edu OC 540 464 7293 OB 135 Evening Night OC 540 464 7962 OB 123 or 540 464 7285 NB 496 Guard Room 540 464 7294 Jackson Arch Commandant s Office Virginia Military Institute Jackson Arch Barracks Lexington VA 24450 50th Anniversary of Ministry to the Corps Sacred Assembly Celebration January 23 25 2015 An endowment established by the late John M Camp Jr 40 in honor of his father John M Camp 05 created the position of the Chaplain to the Corps of Cadets in the fall semester of 1964 Since that time three Chaplains CH CAPT Robert Wilson USN Ret 1964 1979 CH COL Charles Caudill USAF Ret 1979 1994 and CH COL James Park USAR Ret 1994 to present have served in this position In January 2014 an endowed gift given by Mr Richard L Goodall 66 created a position for an Associate Chaplain to the Corps of Cadets CH Maj John Casper 04 was selected to fill that position For fifty years the Corps of Cadets its graduates and the VMI community have benefited from the caring supportive God honoring service of Chaplains A Sacred Assembly scheduled for January 23 25 2015 will give occasion to celebrate this anniversary The first ever gathering uniting VMI Christian alumni from multiple classes Inspirational speakers who have preached the gospel to the Corps of Cadets Gifted musicians and recording artists who have had a heart for VMI Prayer and Intercession for the Corps of Cadets and the Institute Opportunities for fellowship mentoring and networking among VMI graduates Small group

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Official VMI Photo Store
    Museum New Market Battlefield Stonewall Jackson House For Visitors Directions Map Employment Parents Family Conferences Chessie Nature Trail Bookstore Resources MyVMI Directories Friendly URLs Post View Health and Safety Computing Academics Areas of Study Majors Minors Arts Humanities Engineering Information Social Sciences Life Sciences Natural Sciences ROTC Enrichment Institute Honors Program International Programs Service Opportunities Summer Programs Institute Writing Program Research Support Cadet Counseling Career Services Disabilities Services Miller Academic Center Advising Math Resource Center The Writing Center Resources Registrar Financial Aid Canvas Login Dean s Office Career Services Bookstore Cadet Computing Admissions Corps Life Athletics Library Archives Preston Library Library Home Find Books Departments Media Equipment Technical Services Visitor Information Archives Archives Home Online Exhibits VMI History FAQs Genealogy Alumni Manuscripts Civil War New Market Give Close Menu Official Photo Store Here you will find candid photos from events throughout the academic year If you have any problems with ordering photos call Digipixart at 703 426 5100 If you are looking for official portraits contact Candid Color Photography at 800 321 4256 VMI Foundation Keydet Club Alumni Webcams Directories My VMI RESOURCES Title IX Health Safety IT Site Index Parents Families Cadets Non discrimination Statement Privacy THE VMI PHILOSOPHY

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  • Virginia Military Institute - The VMI Museum Store
    VMI Museum Shop supports the educational and preservation programs of the VMI Museum and the Hall of Valor Civil War Museum New Market Battlefield State Historical Park Our museum store carries a wide variety Museum Shop Museum Store Your purchase from the VMI Museum Store supports the educational and preservation programs of the VMI Museum Operations Our museum store carries a wide variety of items many of which are unique

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  • VMI - The Jackson Hope Fund. Seeing the Potential
    Equipment Technical Services Visitor Information Archives Archives Home Online Exhibits VMI History FAQs Genealogy Alumni Manuscripts Civil War New Market Give Close Menu Academics Home Jackson Hope Fund Video Testimonies Jackson Hope Stories Initiatives Funding Process About the Fund History Membership Jackson Hope Fund Warren J Bryan 71 VMI Foundation Inc Ph 540 464 7287 bbryan vmiaa org Academics P 540 464 7212 F 540 464 7719 Dean s Office 210 Smith Hall Virginia Military Institute Lexington VA 24450 The Jackson Hope Fund Seeing the potential The Jackson Hope Fund Seeing the potential The support provided by the Jackson Hope Fund has been critical to developing new academic initiatives and cultivating those initiatives into flagship programs such as the Undergraduate Research Initiative The result has been a surge in our academic program that has helped us rise in several national rankings of colleges and universities and we attribute this success in great part to the Jackson Hope Fund s benefactors said VMI Superintendent Gen J H Binford Peay III 62 In addition the Jackson Hope Fund provides 75 percent of the funds the Institute commits to faculty development and it has enabled us to continue hiring new teachers when most colleges and universities in the nation are cutting back With an endowment goal of 50 million the Fund provides a unique source of support for especially promising academic initiatives that might otherwise languish in competition for the Institute s resources Named after the Jackson Hope Medal the annual cadet award for the highest academic achievement the Fund directly benefits cadets and faculty through innovative advancements in the academic program guided by the goals and objectives set forth in VMI s Vision 2039 and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools SACS Quality Enhancement Plan The Jackson Hope Fund is distinctive

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Conferences and Symposia
    International Programs Service Opportunities Summer Programs Institute Writing Program Research Support Cadet Counseling Career Services Disabilities Services Miller Academic Center Advising Math Resource Center The Writing Center Resources Registrar Financial Aid Canvas Login Dean s Office Career Services Bookstore Cadet Computing Admissions Corps Life Athletics Library Archives Preston Library Library Home Find Books Departments Media Equipment Technical Services Visitor Information Archives Archives Home Online Exhibits VMI History FAQs Genealogy Alumni Manuscripts Civil War New Market Give Close Menu CLE Home Upcoming Events Cadet Experience Conferences Symposia Johnson Lecture Series Marshall Hall Scheduling Events News CLE Staff Mrs Ronda Dove Administrative Assistant P 540 464 7361 F 540 464 7396 Center for Leadership Ethics VMI Marshall Hall 500 Anderson Drive Lexington VA 24450 Conferences and Symposia Conferences at Marshall Hall The Center for Leadership and Ethics is host to several conferences each year with its staff assisting VMI departments in developing and offering relevant dynamic events on a variety of topics For more information on conferences and symposia programming information on scheduling Marshall Hall handicapped accessibility and other assistance questions please contact Mrs Ronda Dove The Center is located in VMI s Marshall Hall one of the Virginia Department of Environmental

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  • VMI - CLE - Class Lecture Series
    Bank as well as the United Nations and the US Government and worked for the Research Triangle Institute as Chief Technical Advisor to develop a management information system for the water supply sector in Nepal In 1991 he made a career shift after his wife had taken a job with the World Health Organization in Geneva Switzerland This shift led him into humanitarian work with the United Nations for the next 17 years By 1995 he had become a senior officer with the UN Department of Humanitarian Affairs DHA and the UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affair OCHA His main focus was to raise funds for humanitarian action for those affected by man made humanitarian crisis in Iraq in the former Soviet Republics and in the former Yugoslavia and to coordinate on the ground humanitarian action as the senior officer in charge of these regions From 2000 2003 he was Head of the UN Humanitarian Coordination OCHA Office in Serbia Belgrade following the deposing of Slobadan Milosovic He was also UN Regional Humanitarian Advisor covering Macedonia Kosovo and Montenegro In April 2003 he took over as Head of the UN OCHA Office in Ethiopia and Deputy to the Humanitarian Coordinator during the worst humanitarian drought crisis affecting 13 million people since the 1985 Ethiopian Famine During a five year tenure in Ethiopia he negotiated with senior government ministers including the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs to ensure that response to various humanitarian crises This effort evolved into a fund that in 2008 garnered 80 million for rapid humanitarian action His final assignment with the UN was as senior advisor in the post election violence in Kenya from February June 2008 where he helped coordinate UN response to the crisis working directly with the Government and Red Cross of Kenya Since June of 2008 Dr Hebert retired from the UN in May 2008 Since May 2008 He has been working as an independent consultant for Catholic Relief Services the UN and other Non Governmental Organizations NGOs in East Africa in assessing success with community based water resource management sanitation programs and in using new humanitarian funding approaches in 2008 2009 Dr Hebert served as organizer of the Technical Program for the Dubai International Conference on Humanitarian Aid held in April 2009 He then served on the organization committee and was a speaker at the subsequent 2010 Dubai Humanitarian Aid Conference Dr Hebert has served as a resource speaker and workshop facilitator for numerous humanitarian programs for both the United Nations for non governmental organizations and for Rotary The VMI Board of Visitors selected Dr Hebert to receive to be the 3rd recipient of the Jonathan Daniels Humanitarian Award Dr Hebert received the award in March of 2011 before the entire Corps of Cadets faculty and staff Dr Hebert was awarded the Floyd D Gotwald Visiting Professorship for Leadership and Ethics for the Fall Semester of 2013 He taught a course on International Humanitarian Aid in the Department

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Ray_Kelly
    Services Visitor Information Archives Archives Home Online Exhibits VMI History FAQs Genealogy Alumni Manuscripts Civil War New Market Give Close Menu CLE Home Upcoming Events Cadet Experience Conferences Symposia Johnson Lecture Series Marshall Hall Scheduling Events News CLE Staff Mrs Ronda Dove Administrative Assistant P 540 464 7361 F 540 464 7396 Center for Leadership Ethics VMI Marshall Hall 500 Anderson Drive Lexington VA 24450 Former NYPD Commissioner to Speak at VMI LEXINGTON Va Oct 22 2015 Former New York Police Department commissioner and leading national security expert Raymond W Kelly will speak at Virginia Military Institute Monday Nov 2 Kelly s talk will begin at 11 15 a m in Gillis Theater in Marshall Hall His presentation which is open to the public free of charge will be moderated by Col Dave Gray director of VMI s Center for Leadership and Ethics In his remarks Kelly will discuss his recently published memoir Vigilance My Life Serving America and Protecting its Empire City Kelly will hold a book signing before his talk from 9 45 a m to 11 a m in Marshall Hall Kelly s 50 year career in public service has included time spent not only with the New York Police Department but also the U S Marines U S Customs Interpol and U S Treasury He was appointed police commissioner in 2002 by Mayor Michael Bloomberg eventually becoming the longest serving police commissioner in the city s history as well as the first to hold the post for a second separate tenure He also served as police commissioner under Mayor David N Dinkins from 1992 1994 In 2002 Kelly created the first U S municipal police department counterterrorism bureau He also established a global intelligence program and stationed New York City detectives in 11 foreign cities Under

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  • VMI - CLE - Leadership Book Program
    Manuscripts Civil War New Market Give Close Menu CLE Home Upcoming Events Cadet Experience Leadership Focus Group Leadership Book Program Leader in Residence Class Lecture Series Leadership Inventory PDF Conferences Symposia Johnson Lecture Series Marshall Hall Scheduling Events News CLE Staff Mrs Ronda Dove Administrative Assistant P 540 464 7361 F 540 464 7396 Center for Leadership Ethics VMI Marshall Hall 500 Anderson Drive Lexington VA 24450 Leadership Book Program This cadet led program sponsored and supported by the CLE encourages reading and discussion on leadership topics by cadets faculty and staff including topics on current and sometimes controversial issues Periodically the program brings authors to VMI to speak to a wider audience and host book signings Meetings are held on Monday evenings from 1945 until 2030 in the Shenandoah Room of Marshall Hall CLE All cadets faculty and staff are welcome and encouraged to attend 2015 16 Meeting Schedule Fall Term Books read Vigilance My Life Serving America and Protecting its Empire City by Ray Kelly The Deserters A Hidden History of World War II by Robert Glass Spring Term Meeting Dates January 18 February 1 15 29 April 11 25 Spring Books Invictus Nelson Mandela and the Game That Made a Nation by John Carlin Ghost Fleet by P W Singer and August Cole Authors Coming to Post Mar 8 2016 P W Singer Mr Singer will be our Leadership Keynote Speaker featured on Day 2 of our Annual Leadership Conference Ethical Dilemmas in the Digital Age RAY KELLY Nov 2 2015 11 05 a m in the Gillis Theater of Marshall Hall Previous Book Selections 2014 15 Duty Memoirs of a Secretary At War Moral Dilemmas of Modern War Primal Leadership In the Kingdom of Ice When Pride Still Mattered Business Leaders Success 2013 2014 The Heart

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