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  • Virginia Military Institute - U.S., China: Competitors or Allies in Africa?
    Center for Leadership and Ethics in partnership with the VMI Department of International Studies and Political Science seeks to provide a balanced look at U S and Chinese interests in Africa The Eagle and the Dragon in Africa Stability and Economic Development in Sub Saharan Africa Nov 3 and 4 will offer seven panels covering topics including China and U S Strategic Relationships with Africa and What the U S and China Mean for Africa s Development Dr James J Hentz conference program coordinator and head of VMI s international studies department said the theme for this conference evolved out of his passion for African and U S foreign policy It s important to look at what the United States has in common with China Hentz said By putting Africa in the middle of the equation we can ask What does Africa need from the U S and China Top tier panelists from the United States China and Africa will share their expertise and three keynote speakers will offer perspectives from academe government and national security Johnnie Carson U S assistant secretary of state Dr Jendayi E Frazer the first woman to serve as U S ambassador to South Africa and Maj Gen Christopher Leins deputy director of Politico Military Affairs Africa United States Army Reserve Following Thursday s panels speakers and attendees are invited to attend a reception celebrating the music and food of Sub Saharan Africa The conference will conclude on Friday with a parade conducted by the VMI Corps of Cadets In the span of 25 years China has become a major player in the world economy which means it can serve as a potentially destabilizing force said Dr Howard Sanborn conference panelist and assistant professor of international studies As a result China is making an effort

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Conference to Focus on Serving Student Veterans
    at 8 Sponsored by the Virginia Wounded Warrior Program of the Virginia Department of Veterans Services the conference will make deans of students college counselors advisers registrars and medical staff and administrators in financial aid admissions and disability services more aware of the needs of student veterans It will also offer training on how to meet those needs The new Post 9 11 GI Bill benefits are the most generous educational support for veterans since the original GI Bill after World War II said Catherine Wilson executive director of the Virginia Wounded Warrior Program Veteran enrollments in our colleges and universities including community colleges are expected to rise markedly It can be difficult for these student veterans to navigate through a complex and unfamiliar bureaucracy to receive the benefits noted Capt Susan Rabern director of VMI s Center for Leadership and Ethics These student veterans made a sacrifice for their country said Rabern who recalled the dogged persistence required of her when she used her GI Bill benefits to earn her doctorate They re more mature than the typical college student These are people who have served and who deserve to be served in return If you re not determined and fully cognizant you re not going to get through added Maj Amy Dehart the Center s acting deputy director This conference is about removing the barriers The keynote address Honoring Our Veterans will be given by retired Marine Corps Maj Gen Christopher Cortez general manager for strategic operations at Microsoft Public Sector Americas and Asia Cortez leads Microsoft s Military 2 Microsoft Program also called We Still Serve The program assists transitioning veterans with managing the challenges of navigating the private sector job market The morning sessions will include a student veteran panel discussion From the Front Lines to

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  • Threat Assessment Team - Who we Are
    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 Threat Assessment Team Who we Are Do Your Part Resources Personal Crisis Hotline If you are experiencing a crisis and need someone to talk to call the suicide hotline 1 800 273 TALK 1 800 273 8255 TTY 1 800 799 4899 Lt Col Sarah Jones Director Center for Cadet Counseling Office of Disabilities Services P 540 464 7667 F 540 464 7025 E jonessl10 vmi edu 2nd Floor VMI Health Center Virginia Military Institute Lexington VA 24450 Who We Are If you have an emergency contact 911 Post safety is enhanced when the VMI community recognizes indicators of potential concern and shares this information with the Threat Assessment Team TAT in a timely manner To refer a behavior or situation of concern to the Threat Assessment Team contact one of the members listed below Brig Gen Robert Green Deputy Superintendent for Finance Administration and Support greenrl vmi edu 540 464 7321 Chief Michael Marshall Chief of VMI Police Department marshallml vmi edu 540 464 7017 Col Robert Spore Director Human Resources sporerb vmi edu 540 464 7159 Maj Rich Parella Assistant Director Human Resources parellara vmi edu 540 464 7322 David Copeland M D Post Physician copelanddl vmi edu 540 464 7218 Lt Col Kevin Faust Assistant Commandant faustkl vmi edu 540 464 7718 Lt Col Sarah Jones Psy D Director Center for Cadet Counseling Office of Disabilities

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  • Threat Assessment Team - Do Your Part
    Sarah Jones Director Center for Cadet Counseling Office of Disabilities Services P 540 464 7667 F 540 464 7025 E jonessl10 vmi edu 2nd Floor VMI Health Center Virginia Military Institute Lexington VA 24450 Do Your Part There are many behaviors and circumstances that may indicate an increasing risk for violence significant disruption to others or that a person is in need of assistance The significance of any one behavior or circumstance is often difficult to determine Therefore the threat assessment process is designed to review the situation in context of all of the facts that can be known Violence especially that targeted toward a specific victim most commonly stems from the interaction of 4 factors S The subject who may take violent action T The vulnerabilities of the target or victim E An environment that facilitates permits or does not discourage violence P Any precipitating events that may trigger reactions Following are examples of behaviors and circumstances from each of the primary factors that may serve as indicators of developing concerns These examples are meant to help you identify potential concerns during your daily interactions with others These examples are NOT all inclusive and this information is not intended to be used as a checklist If you are aware of a situation that has indicators of concern like the ones listed below please share what you know with the Threat Assessment Team or the VMI Police Department x7017 Some behaviors exhibited by subjects who may escalate to disruptive or violent actions Attempts to harm or kill self Unexplained increases in absenteeism Decreased performance in work or academics Resistance to change or reasonable limits Over reaction to changes in policies procedures Extreme or sudden changes in behaviors Numerous conflicts with others Difficulty learning from past behaviors or experiences Displays paranoia

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  • Threat Assessment Team - Resources
    survival signals that protect us from violence New York Dell Deisinger G Randazzo M O Neill D Savage J 2008 The Handbook for Campus Threat Assessment Management Teams Stoneham MA Applied Risk Management Available at www arm security com Delaware Technical Community College 2008 Behavioral intervention and threat assessment available at http www dtcc edu stanton safety threat assessment policy pdf retrieved August 9 2010 Delworth U 1989 Dealing With the Behavioral and Psychological Problems of Students New Directions for Student Services no 45 San Francisco Jossey Bass Dunkle J Silverstein Z Warner S 2008 Managing violent and other troubling students The role of threat assessment on campus Journal of College and University Law 34 3 585 636 Fein R Vossekuil B 1998 Protective intelligence and threat assessment investigations A guide for state and local law enforcement officials Washington DC U S Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs National Institute of Justice Fein R Vossekuil B Holden G September 1995 Threat assessment An approach to prevent targeted violence Research in Action 1 7 Washington DC U S Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs National Institute of Justice Flannery R B 1995 Violence in the workplace New York Crossroad Gallagher R 2007 National Survey of Counseling Center Directors 2007 Alexandria VA International Association of Counseling Services Inc Hoffman A M Schuh J H Fenske R H Eds 1998 Violence on campus Defining the problems Strategies for Action Gaithersburg MD Aspen International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators IACLEA 1993 Handling institutional violence on campus Hartford CT IACLEA IACLEA 1996 Handling violence in the workplace Hartford CT IACLEA IACLEA 2008 Overview of the Virginia Tech tragedy and implications for campus safety The IACLEA Blueprint for safer campuses West Hartford CT IACLEA Jaeger L Deisinger E Houghton D Cychosz C 1993 A coordinated response to critical incidents Ames IA Iowa State University Jed Foundation 2008 Student mental health and the law A resource for institutions of higher education New York NY The Jed Foundation Lake P F June 2007 Higher education called to account Colleges and the law after Virginia Tech Chronicle of Higher Education 53 43 B6 Lazenby R Ed 2007 April 16 Virginia Tech Remembers New York Plume Leavitt M Spellings M Gonzalez A 2007 Report to the President on issues raised by the Virginia Tech tragedy Washington DC U S Department of Health and Human Services U S Department of Education and U S Department of Justice Meloy J R 2000 Violence risk and threat assessment San Diego Specialized Training Services Mohandie K 2000 School violence threat management A practical guide for educators law enforcement and mental health professionals San Diego CA Specialized Training Services Monahan J 1995 The clinical prediction of violent behavior London J Aronson Monahan J Steadman H J Silver E Applebaum P S 2001 Rethinking risk assessment The MacArthur study of mental disorder and violence New York Oxford National Association of Attorneys General 2007 NAAG task force on school and campus safety Report and

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Clery Act Information & Statistics
    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 VMI Administration VMI Police Crime Prevention Safety Tips Policies Clery Act Info Threat Assessment Team Fire Safety Report Law Enforcement Links Silent Witness Property ID Database Parking Emergency 911 or 9 911 Report a Crime Anonymously Dispatch 540 463 9177 Office 540 464 7017 Email VMI Police VMI Police 301 Letcher Avenue 200 Level BOQ Lexington VA 24450 Clery Act Information Statistics The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998 commonly referred to as the Clery Act requires institutions of higher education to report specified crime statistics on college campuses Clery Act Information Statistics Clery Act Information Statistics View Daily Crime Logs The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998 commonly referred to as the Clery Act requires institutions of higher education to report specified crime statistics on college campuses and to provide other safety and crime information to members of the campus community Listed on the pages

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Nutrition
    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 Health and Wellness at VMI Fitness Nutrition Recreation Healthy Living LTC Kathy Tomlin Wellness Director Ph 540 464 7166 Fax 540 464 7669 316 Smith Hall Virginia Military Institute Lexington Virginia 24450 Nutrition To learn more about proper nutrition Healthy Eating For Men Growing Lighter Challenge Information Growing Lighter Challenge Guidelines and FAQ s VMI Foundation Keydet Club Alumni Webcams Directories My VMI RESOURCES Title IX Health Safety IT Site Index Parents Families Cadets Non discrimination

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Recreation
    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 Health and Wellness at VMI Fitness Nutrition Recreation Healthy Living LTC Kathy Tomlin Wellness Director Ph 540 464 7166 Fax 540 464 7669 316 Smith Hall Virginia Military Institute Lexington Virginia 24450 Recreation Information on recreational activities will be posted here when scheduled To learn more about recreational activities download these documents Overcoming Bike Commuting Excuses VMI Foundation Keydet Club Alumni Webcams Directories My VMI RESOURCES Title IX Health Safety IT Site Index Parents Families Cadets Non

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