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  • STP Room and Board
    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 Home Summer Programs at VMI Summer Session Summer Transition Program Undergraduate Research SURI Teresa Evans Administrative Assistant 303 Shell Hall Virginia Military Institute Lexington VA 24450 P 540 464 7213 F 540 464 7726 E evanstl vmi edu Home Academics Programs Summer Programs STP Room and Board All students are required to eat in the mess hall and live in barracks Two meal plans will be offered The 15 meal plan provides breakfast lunch and dinner Monday through Friday only The 19 meal plan Room and Board 2016 Room and Board All students are required to eat in the mess hall and live in barracks Two meal plans will be offered The 15 meal plan provides breakfast lunch and dinner Monday through Friday only The 19 meal plan provides breakfast lunch and dinner Monday through Friday and brunch and dinner on Saturday and Sunday The 19 meal plan can be offered only if there is sufficient demand Students registering for the 19 meal plan will be notified only if it does not meet the enrollment cutoff There has been no problem in meeting the minimum requirement in the past Students are permitted to have cars on post and to leave VMI on weekends The weekend begins after the completion of academic work on Friday and ends at 10 00 p m on Sunday evening VMI provides the furniture and mattress but students must bring their own single bed sheets pillow pillowcase blanket and towels The information letter sent to STP students in June will also provide guidance for clothing The summers in Lexington

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  • STP Details
    required Appropriate dress in the dining hall and in classes is as follows for men shoes jeans or slacks dres Details 2015 STP Details Dress and Appearance Throughout the Summer Transition Program a neat personal appearance and adherence to the other VMI Summer Session rules and regulations are required Appropriate dress in the dining hall and in classes is as follows for men shoes jeans or slacks dress shorts and shirts with sleeves designed for outer garment wear are required for women shoes jeans slacks skirts dresses dress shorts and blouses with sleeves designed for outer garment wear are required Both men and women are expected to wear either shoes or sandals with straps Flip flop or shower shoes are not authorized With the exception of females who are authorized to wear earrings students are not allowed to wear body piercing adornments while on Post All students should also bring running shoes and clothing for physical training Attendance Attendance is required at all classes physical training sessions and announced meetings Visitors Non cadet visitors are not permitted in barracks Valuables While honor is sacred to cadets it must be remembered there may be people in the barracks during the summer who do not hold honor and integrity in the same esteem For the past few summers we have had a problem with thefts We recommend a combination lock to secure barracks rooms and the use of bankcards or checks instead of cash Dating and Socializing VMI upperclassmen are prohibited from dating or attempting to date students in the Summer Transition Program Likewise STP students are prohibited from dating or attempting to date VMI upperclassmen Mail Students will be assigned a post office box when they arrive which will serve as their mailing address while at VMI Motor Vehicles Students may

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  • Virginia Military Institute - STP Staff
    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 Academics Home Summer Programs at VMI Summer Session Summer Transition Program Undergraduate Research SURI Teresa Evans Administrative Assistant 303 Shell Hall Virginia Military Institute Lexington VA 24450 P 540 464 7213 F 540 464 7726 E evanstl vmi edu Home Academics Programs Summer Programs STP Contact Us If you have any questions about VMI s Summer Transition Program call write or email CAPT John Riester Director of STP Virginia Military Institute Lexington VA 24450 Phone 540 464 7319 540 464 7701 Fax 540 464 7618 Email STP Staff 2016 STP Staff If you have any questions about VMI s Summer Transition Program please contact Capt John E Riester Jr Capt John E Riester Jr Summer Transition Program Director 608 Nichols Engineering Virginia Military Institute Lexington VA 24450 riesterje vmi edu

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Spilman Symposium
    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 Academics Institute Writing Home First Year Composition Writing Across the Curriculum Spilman Symposium Cadence Journal Creative Arts Contest Academic Writing Contest Writing Center Christina R McDonald Ph D Institute Director of Writing Ph 540 464 7240 Fax 540 464 7779 English Rhetoric and Humanistic Studies Virginia Military Institute Lexington VA 24450 Contact Institute Writing Home Academics Enrichment Institute Writing Spilman Symposium on Issues Teaching Writing The Spilman Symposium on Issues in Teaching Writing is an annual event created to bring teachers of writing together for conversations with some of the major scholars in rhetoric and composition studies Providing Spilman Symposium Spilman Symposium on Issues in Teaching Writing The Spilman Symposium on Issues in Teaching Writing is an annual event created to bring teachers of writing together for conversations with some of the major scholars in rhetoric and composition studies Providing a forum for active engagement of timely issues the symposium is designed as a think tank for all faculty who are interested in the teaching of writing including those involved with writing across the curriculum Each year registration is limited to approximately eighty participants The symposium regularly attracts representatives from both two and four year institutions in many states including Virginia West Virginia Tennessee North Carolina South Carolina Kentucky Georgia Ohio Michigan New York New Jersey Maryland Missouri and Texas as well as the District of Columbia Founded in 1993 the symposium is supported

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Faculty Development
    Majors Minors Areas of Study Course Catalog Enrichment Programs Services Support Summer Programs Research at VMI Scholarships Office of the Dean Dean s Time Academic Visitors and Events Faculty Development Academic Board Committees Policies Procedures Forms Staff Reporting Offices Dean s Office P 540 464 7212 F 540 464 7719 Dean s Office Virginia Military Institute 210 Smith Hall Lexington VA 24450 Home Academics Dean Faculty Development Faculty Development Faculty Development The quality of the Institute s Academic Program rests largely on our ability to attract develop and retain a faculty of the highest caliber VMI seeks to cultivate an intellectually vibrant cohesive and giving faculty that is committed to delivering a challenging undergraduate experience designed to develop cadets abilities to anticipate respond and lead in a complex and changing world Small class sizes enable faculty to interact closely with cadets both inside and outside of the classroom VMI boasts a 11 9 1 student to faculty ratio Faculty Development Opportunities The Dean of the Faculty sponsors an array of developmental opportunities financial as well as practical support to enable faculty to prosper as members of our educational community Faculty may apply for awards for travel grants to support their research and course development and for leave to pursue scholarly or pedagogical projects The Dean is fully committed to providing the resources necessary to enable faculty to meet the ideals expressed in the Institute s Statement on Faculty Expectations Faculty Development and Support Activities The Institute also boasts a Professorships and Chairs Program that acknowledges excellence among our permanent faculty and brings visiting scholars and teachers to Post each year Faculty may submit a Core Curriculum Course Proposal designed to elicit information that will help the Core Curriculum Oversight Committee understand how the proposed course will enable students to realize

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  • Virginia Military Institute - IRB Procedures and Criteria for Approval
    nihtraining com users login php Initial Approval The principal investigator may be asked to meet with the IRB should it be apparent that clarification or modification of statements in the application are required No individual involved in the conduct and or supervision of the research project shall participate in its review except to provide information to the IRB The IRB may approve the project as is or may approve it with certain modifications required to meet federal standards In the latter instance the investigator will be informed by letter The IRB approval letter will be sent upon written receipt of the modification The faculty advisor will be copied on any correspondence sent to student investigators If the IRB action is to disapprove the application reasons for this negative decision will be provided in writing to the principal investigator or project director If the researcher decides to modify the proposed research in such a way as to meet the objections of the IRB the investigator may resubmit the modifications of the proposal for consideration of the IRB If desired the investigator may request a personal hearing with the IRB Committee Continuing Review and Submission of Annual Update Complex and potentially dangerous projects will be reviewed at a frequency commensurate with the related risks When initial approval of such a protocol is given the IRB may indicate the need for re evaluation of the project after a specified interval so that continued acceptance of the protocol is assured Projects that are determined to be exempt will not require additional review Non exempt proposals are approved for a maximum period of one year only For projects which continue beyond one year it is the responsibility of the principal investigator to submit to the IRB an annual update The first annual update is due twelve months following the date the proposal was approved and released Upon receipt of the annual update the IRB will review and approve if appropriate continuation of the project for the next twelve month period Investigators will receive one notification regarding the due date of an annual update Failure to submit an update within 30 days following the due date will result in termination of IRB approval Projects can be updated annually for a maximum approval period of five years Continuation of projects beyond five years requires resubmission If the IRB determines that a project requires review more often than annually the investigator will be so notified The IRB has the authority to directly observe ongoing research projects and the consent process as well as audit research records When a project that has required continuing review is terminated completed the investigator must immediately notify the IRB in writing Ongoing projects modified to include humans or animals as subjects also must be submitted to the IRB for review and approval prior to the use of such subjects In the case of an externally funded project the granting agency would be notified of the IRB action prior to the appropriation cycle for

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  • Virginia Military Institute - IRB Definitions and Abbreviations
    CFR sections at times The main page for the CFR online may be located at http www access gpo gov nara cfr cfr table search html Research means systematic investigation designed to develop or contribute to generalizable knowledge Under this definition some demonstration service and training projects may be considered to include research activities Human Subject is defined in 45CFR46 as a living individual about whom an investigator conducting research obtains a data through intervention or interaction with the individual or identifiable private information While the term subject has some negative connotations it has been used in this document for purposes of consistency with federal regulations Private information includes information about behavior that typically occurs in a context in which an individual can expect that no research observation or recording is taking place and or information which has been provided for specific purposes by an individual and which that individual can expect will not be made public e g a medical record If there are limitations on the degree to which privacy may be maintained the limits of such protection will be made explicit during the informed consent process Minimal Risk means that the risks of harm anticipated in the proposed research are not greater in either probability or magnitude than those ordinarily encountered in daily life or during the performance of routine physical or psychological examinations or tests Informed consent means the knowing legally effective consent of any individual or the individual s legally authorized representative Such consent can be obtained only under circumstances that provide the prospective subject or representative sufficient opportunity to consider whether or not to participate without coercion or undue influence The nature of the information presented and the means of securing consent must be clearly understood by the potential subject Informed consent is a

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  • Virginia Military Institute - IRB Membership
    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 Academics at VMI Research at VMI Undergraduate Research Sponsored Programs Funding Opportunities Intellectual Property Institutional Review Board Approval Process Research Review Application Definitions and Abbreviations Membership VMI Research Labs Contact Information Paul R Moosman Jr Ph D IRB Committe Chair P 540 464 7433 E moosmanpr vmi edu Department of Biology 203 Maury Brooke Hall Virginia Military Institute Lexington VA 24450 0304 Home Academics Research Membership IRB Membership The IRB shall have direct jurisdiction over research with human subjects proposed for or sponsored by VMI faculty administrators and cadets The Board is composed of at least five members The members may not consist entirely of women or men or entirely of members of one profession The Board shall include persons sensitive to the concerns of racial and cultural minority groups one person representing the legal moral or ethical disciplines and one person having no direct or indirect via a family member affiliation with VMI A member of the committee will serve as chair Basic Federal Policy on IRB composition is discussed in Title 45CFR Part 46 Section 46 107 Appointments to the IRB shall be made by the Dean Board members will be selected according to the Institute s research needs and individual expertise The Board may at its discretion invite individuals with competence in special areas to assist in the review of complex issues which require expertise

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