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  • Undergraduate Research Initiative at Virginia Military Institute - Symposium
    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 Academics at VMI Research at VMI Undergraduate Research Research Opportunities Grants Funding Summer URI Undergrad Research Symposium Sponsored Programs Funding Opportunities Intellectual Property Institutional Review Board VMI Research Labs Mrs Leslie Joyce P 540 464 7031 F 540 464 7047 E joycelh vmi edu Undergraduate Research Virginia Military Institute Lexington Virginia 24450 Home Academics Research Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Project Presentations UPP Undergraduate Research Symposium V CUR s Undergraduate Research Symposium is a one day event showcasing cadet work in all disciplines Cadets may present fully developed research resulting from a class an independent study capstone class Summer Undergraduate Research Institute SURI etc The results of this research are presented in the form of both posters informal demonstrations or papers more formal short lectures as part of a special day of events Cadets also have an opportunity to highlight alternative work such as internships experiential learning and service projects In addition you may propose a panel about a topic of your

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Approved Providers
    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 Academic Programs International Programs Home Study Abroad Online Application Study Abroad Approved Providers VMI Summer Programs International Health Insurance Passports and Visas Scholarships Financial Aid International Cadets Financial Assistance Passports and Visas Faculty Led Programs Independent International Travel Parents International Programs Staff Patricia Hardin Assistant Director P 540 464 7421 F 540 464 7768 E International Programs Virginia Military Institute Old Hospital Lexington VA 24450 Home Academics Programs International Programs Study Abroad Approved Providers Approved Study Abroad Providers American Institute for Foreign Study AIFS AMIDEAST Butler University IFSA Center for Cross Cultural Studies CET Academic Programs Council On International Education Exchange CIEE Cultural Experiences Abroad CEA Denmark s International Study Program DIS International Studies Abroad ISA Institute for the International Education of Students IES Institute for Shipboard Education

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  • Virginia Military Institute - VMI Summer Programs
    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 Academic Programs International Programs Home Study Abroad Online Application Study Abroad Approved Providers VMI Summer Programs International Health Insurance Passports and Visas Scholarships Financial Aid International Cadets Financial Assistance Passports and Visas Faculty Led Programs Independent International Travel Parents International Programs Staff Patricia Hardin Assistant Director P 540 464 7421 F 540 464 7768 E International Programs Virginia Military Institute Old Hospital Lexington VA 24450 Home Academics Programs International Programs Study Abroad VMI Summer Programs VMI Summer Programs The following summer programs will be available for Summer 2016 Chinese Language in Nanjing China Civil Engineering in Bolivia Spanish Language in Madrid Spain International Studies in Central Europe CCIT Summer Program in Taiwan French Language and Culture in Paris Summer Passage to Morocco Mechanical Engineering in Berlin Marine Vertebrate Zoology in Canada Math in Paris and Berlin Virginia Program at Oxford Tropical Marine Biology in Belize Summer in London Application Procedures To search for a program and apply online go to www vmi edu studyabroad and follow the instructions on that web page All Applications are due NLT 18 December 2015 Payment A 250 non refundable deposit is required with all summer study abroad applications VMI accepts payment by cash check Echeck or credit card MasterCard Discovery and American Express only If a credit card is used a 2 25 convenience fee will be assessed These

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  • Virginia Military Institute - International Health Insurance
    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 Academic Programs International Programs Home Study Abroad Online Application Study Abroad Approved Providers VMI Summer Programs International Health Insurance Passports and Visas Scholarships Financial Aid International Cadets Financial Assistance Passports and Visas Faculty Led Programs Independent International Travel Parents International Programs Staff Patricia Hardin Assistant Director P 540 464 7421 F 540 464 7768 E International Programs Virginia Military Institute Old Hospital Lexington VA 24450 Home Academics Programs International Programs International Health Insurance International Health Insurance VMI currently maintain a group policy with ACE Insurance a company that has been chosen for its comprehensive international coverage Insurance claim forms and instructions are available at www visit aci com All cadets going abroad other than through Third Party Programs which provide their own coverage are required to purchase health insurance coverage through the VMI group policy AXA provides emergency medical and travel services and pre trip information services Please call when You require a referral to a hospital or doctor You are hospitalized You need to be evacuated or repatriated You need to guarantee payment for medical expenses You experience local communication problems Your safety is threatened by the sudden occurrence of a political or military event For medical referrals evacuation repatriation or other services please call ACE Travel Assistance Program 1 855 327 1414 Toll Free 1 630 694 9764 Direct Dial medassist usa

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Employment Information for International Students
    work experience by sharpening and adding to the skills you are learning in school There are two types of practical training available for F 1 students curricular practical training CPT and optional practical training OPT CPT CPT must relate to your major and the experience must be part of your program of study When you enroll at the graduate level your designated school official DSO may authorize CPT during your first semester if your program requires this type of experience Ask your DSO for details Your DSO will provide you a new Form I 20 Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant Student Status that shows that the DSO has approved you for this employment You can work on CPT either full time or part time CPT requires a signed cooperative agreement or a letter from your employer If you have 12 months or more of full time CPT you are ineligible for OPT but part time CPT is fine and will not stop you from doing OPT OPT OPT must relate to your major or course of study You can apply for 12 months of OPT at each education level i e you may have 12 months of OPT at the bachelor s level and another 12 months of OPT at the master s level Your DSO will provide you with a new Form I 20 that shows the DSO recommendation for this employment You must apply for work authorization by electronically filing a Form I 765 Application for Employment Authorization with U S Citizenship and Immigration Services USCIS and paying a filing fee USCIS will send you a Form I 766 Employment Authorization Document EAD upon approving your Form I 765 Wait to start work until after you receive your EAD While school is in session you may only work

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  • Virginia Military Institute - International Student Orientation
    I 20 or DS 2019 as well as the form I 94 The I 94 is also an extremely important document which indicates the date when your permission to remain in the U S expires Beginning in May 2013 the I 94 will be an electronic document For important information on the new I 94 click here For an I 94 fact sheet click here Again your passport with visa inside I 20 or DS 2019 and I 94 are important immigration documents which should all be kept together and in a safe place Nearest Airport Lexington is approximately 45 miles Northeast of Roanoke There are several daily flights into the Roanoke Virginia airport from international airports in New York City Washington D C Baltimore Atlanta Philadelphia and Chicago Domestic flights from other major U S cities are also available Airlines servicing the Roanoke airport are U S Airways United Northwest Airlink ASA Delta and Comair Emergency Related to Arrival In case of an emergency related to your arrival please call the Office of International Program 540 464 7350 540 464 7350 during office hours 8am 4 30pm Monday Friday or after hours contact the Officer in Charge 540 464 7293 540 464 7293 Health Insurance You MUST have a health and accident policy providing you with protection in the event of major illness or injury Medical care in the US is more expensive than in any other country in the world The US government does not pay any part of the medical expenses for international students VMI has an infirmary for minor illnesses which may be used free of charge Dining All things that relate to dining at VMI can be found at the following website www vmi campusdish com Menus hours of operation nutrition information and much more are available here There are also several local restaurants within walking distance of post For more information on local dining and other local points of interest go to www lexingtonvirginia com res asp Computing Support Cadet computing support is a service provided by the VMI IT Department IT offers system and software recommendations instructional documents technical repairs and troubleshooting More information can be found at www vmi edu computing Most academic buildings have wireless access There are network printers available in the library Weather and Clothing Lexington s summers are warm with temperatures averaging in the 80 s 30C and winters are cold with lows averaging in the 20 s 5C J 1 exchange cadets should plan to bring uniforms with them to accommodate the different weather conditions Cadets wear a class uniform on a daily basis consisting of slacks and a collared shirt For military labs they often wear the Army ACU There are also formal occasions when you may want to wear your dress uniform You should bring clothing for physical training as well Civilian clothes are not worn in barracks Do not worry about bringing military gear with you but do bring warm clothing to wear during

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Olmsted Scholar Program
    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 Academic Programs International Programs Home Study Abroad Online Application Study Abroad International Cadets Financial Assistance Passports and Visas Faculty Led Programs Independent International Travel Parents International Programs Staff Patricia Hardin Assistant Director P 540 464 7421 F 540 464 7768 E International Programs Virginia Military Institute Old Hospital Lexington VA 24450 Home Academics Programs International Programs Study Abroad Olmsted Scholar Program The Olmsted Scholar Program The Olmsted Foundation sponsors Cadets for travel to foreign countries every year Fundamental policies of the program and basic application procedures are described below Program Background and History The George and Carol Olmsted Foundation was originally established in 1956 The Foundation s mission is To provide outstanding young military leaders an unsurpassed opportunity to achieve fluency in a foreign language pursue graduate study at an overseas university and acquire an in depth understanding of foreign cultures thereby further equipping them to serve in positions of great responsibility as senior leaders in the United States Armed Forces The Undergraduate Overseas Travel and Cultural Immersion Program was a result of the settlement of General Olmsted s estate and the growth in Foundation resources Initially funding was provided to each of the three military Service Academies In 2005 this program was expanded to include Senior Military Colleges The VMI Olmsted Program The 2015 program will be led by Maj Matsui and Maj Johnson from the VMI Department of History The trip will take place during Spring furlough 13 22 March and will include visits to the UK France and Belgium The theme of the trip will

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Planning Timeline
    Archives Archives Home Online Exhibits VMI History FAQs Genealogy Alumni Manuscripts Civil War New Market Give Close Menu Academic Programs International Programs Home Study Abroad Online Application Study Abroad International Cadets Financial Assistance Passports and Visas Faculty Led Programs Program Planning Program Administration Contingency Plan Planning Forms Independent International Travel Parents International Programs Staff Patricia Hardin Assistant Director P 540 464 7421 F 540 464 7768 E International Programs Virginia Military Institute Old Hospital Lexington VA 24450 Home Academics Programs International Programs Planning Timeline Program Planning September Begin coordinating with the Director of International Programs to put together the basic plan for the program location dates courses excursions and budget Cost OIP will work with you the Dean s Office and the VMI Treasurer to determine the cost of each program Advertising and recruitment Use email flyers and meetings with cadets to recruit participants The OIP will take the lead on this but will need program directors to be involved January OIP will begin to hold informational meetings for all students interested in summer programs March Applications due Meetings Meet with cadets who have applied for your program to discuss the details of the program with them It is important to maintain their enthusiasm and interest in the program Fee payment Encourage your cadets to pay their fees as soon as possible but no later than the set due date They should pay in the student accounting office in Smith Hall via check made out to the Treasurer of VMI or by credit card Passports If your participants have not already applied for a passport have them do so immeditely Check to be sure their passport will not expire while abroad Academic courses Work with your Department Head and the Registrar to choose course numbers for the courses that you

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