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  • Biennial Conference of the Seiziémistes of the Mid-Atlantic
    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 Center for Leadership and Ethics Seiziémistes of the Mid Atlantic About Program Speakers Call for Proposals Registration Hotel and Area Information 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 Biennial Conference of the Seiziémistes of the Mid Atlantic Dec 11 12 2015 Virginia Military Institute Marshall Hall Scholars cadets and undergraduates from across the Mid Atlantic region will present on various aspects of literary and cultural production in France during the period from 1500 to 1600 In particular a series of panels and the keynote addresses will discuss conflicts their sources and their literary representations in the sixteenth century In doing so participants will explore the connections between early modern and contemporary ideological clashes It is not merely the events of war that are of interest to the scholars of this conference however rather

    Original URL path: http://www.vmi.edu/Seiziemistes/10737432355/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Virginia Military Institute - Virginia Humanities Conference
    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 Leadership Conference Environment Virginia STEM Conference VSSEF Inverse Problems Seiziémistes of the Mid Atlantic Virginia Humanities Conference Past Conferences 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 Virginia Humanities Conference The Virginia Humanities Conference is an organization of universities colleges and community colleges in Virginia whose purpose it is to promote interest and research in the humanities The VHC is made possible by your registration fees and donations All conference participants must register early registration is from February 5 to March 15 and late registration will begin March 16 You may submit your registration fees by check mail Prefer to register with a credit card Select your registration level below please

    Original URL path: http://www.vmi.edu/Conferences/Virginia_Humanities_Conference/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Virginia Military Institute - Center for Leadership and Ethics - Past Conferences
    Home Online Exhibits VMI History FAQs Genealogy Alumni Manuscripts Civil War New Market Give Close Menu CLE Home Upcoming Events Cadet Experience Conferences Symposia Leadership Conference Environment Virginia STEM Conference VSSEF Inverse Problems Seiziémistes of the Mid Atlantic Virginia Humanities Conference Past Conferences 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 Past Conferences 26th Annual Environment Virginia Making Connections Environmental Quality Health and Prosperity March 31 April 2 2015 2015 Virginia State Science and Engineering Fair March 18 2015 2015 Leadership Conference Honor in Service Leaders Responding to the needs of Our Time March 10 11 2015 The Enduring Legacy Leadership and National Security Affairs During the Ronald Reagan Era 3 4 November 2014 2014 VMI STEM Education Conference 7 8 October 2014 25th Annual Environment Virginia Symposium 8 10 April 2014 2014 VMI Leadership Conference 25 February 2014 2014 VMI Honor Summit 23 24 February 2014 2013 VMI STEM Education Conference 8 9 October 2013 24th Annual Environment Virginia Symposium 9 11 April 2013 2013 Virginia State Science and Engineering Fair 6 April 2013 2013 VMI Leadership Conference Building and Strengthening Honor Codes 4 5 March 2013 SRAPPA 2012 Connections 13 16 October 2012 VASCAN 9 10 October 2012 2012 STEM Education Conference 1 3 October 2012 23rd Annual Environment Virginia Symposium 10 12 April 2012 2012 VMI Leadership Conference Cheating Lying and Honor in America s High Schools Colleges and Universities 5 6 March 2012 The Eagle and the Dragon in Africa Sustainability and Economic Development in Sub Saharan Africa 3 4 November 2011 The Virginia Wounded Warrior Program 9 August 2011 22nd Annual Environment Virginia Symposium 5 7 April

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  • Virginia Military Institute - H.B. Johnson, Jr. '26 Distinguished Lecture Series
    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 The H B Johnson Jr 26 Distinguished Lecture Series The H B Johnson Jr 26 Distinguished Lecture Series includes major lectures representing a variety of perspectives and themes with broad attendance by cadets and the local community This series is part of the Center for Leadership and Ethics mission to contribute co curricular programming to shape the leadership and ethical character development of our cadets faculty and staff here at VMI It offers the opportunity for VMI to bring key themes and issues before our Corps enhanced international and cultural perspectives contemporary foreign and domestic issues leadership insights moral ethical questions and civic responsibilities This series falls within the Center for Leadership and Ethics mission to enhance and advance VMI s leadership model with co curricular programs and experiences Academic Year 2015 16 Speakers Sept 9 Kirsten Powers Academic Convocation Free Speech on College Campuses excerpts from her book The Silencing How the Left is Killing Free Speech Video News Article Nov 2 Ray Kelly A Conversation with Ray Kelly on his Memoir Vigilance My Life Serving America and Protecting its Empire City News Article Mar 7 Retired Four Star General Keith Alexander Ethical Dilemmas Facing Leaders in American National Security Previous Speakers

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  • Marshall Hall
    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 CLE Home Upcoming Events Cadet Experience Conferences Symposia Johnson Lecture Series Marshall Hall Marshall Hall Photo Gallery 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 Marshall Hall The VMI Center for Leadership and Ethics administrative offices are housed in Marshall Hall which provides facilities for meetings banquets conferences and symposia press conferences and a variety of Post events including the annual Ring Figure Ball The 500 seat Leslie Gillis Jr Theater home to VMI Theatre utilizes over 100 theatre grade lights an advanced sound and projection system a full size stage balcony and orchestra levels a professional sound proofing system and a highly effective communications network Its design allows for multi functional use as an arts theater for cadet and community performances and as a beautiful venue for large lectures and other presentations These facilities are complemented by a variety of well appointed and technologically advanced breakout meeting rooms of flexible design a multi purpose assembly hall to accommodate up to 700 people in a banquet setting and the Hall of Valor a reflective space commemorating the service and sacrifice of VMI alumni in times of war If you would like to find out more

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Scheduling Events at Marshall Hall
    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 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 To Schedule an Event If you would like to find out more about scheduling an event at Marshall Hall please contact Mrs Ronda Dove Ph 540 464 7361 Fax 540 464 7396 To ensure the most efficient scheduling process possible please have ready Date and time of event Anticipated number of attendees Audio and or visual needs Any handicapped accessibility requirements or other assistance needed A

    Original URL path: http://www.vmi.edu/Leadership_and_Ethics/Scheduling/ (2016-02-15)
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  • VMI - CLE - News
    around the country as well as to hear from an array of naval leaders Preparation Clear Vision Helped Donohue Face Day of Danger LEXINGTON Va February 25 2014 Dic Donohue closed today s Leadership Conference with a talk on leadership in times of danger Behavioral Economist s Talk on Dishonesty Inspires Lively Discussion LEXINGTON Va February 24 2014 Dishonesty was behavioral economist Dr Dan Ariely s keynote topic at today s Honor Summit Leader In Residence Roanoke Entrepreneur Attends Conferences LEXINGTON Va February 24 2014 Entrepreneur and lawyer Ed Walker leader in residence is attending this week s honor and leadership events Never Lose Faith in the United States LEXINGTON Va February 21 2014 Author Alvin Townley spoke last night on the Alcatraz Eleven POWs in North Vietnam with Rear Admiral Robert Shumaker New Director Named for Center for Leadership and Ethics LEXINGTON Va Jan 31 2014 Retired Army Col David R Gray has been named director of VMI s Center of Leadership and Ethics and will report for duty in August 2013 I m Pretty Excited LEXINGTON Va Oct 9 2013 Teacher author toy designer and television personality Steve Spangler delivered the STEM Education Conference s keynote address in Cameron Hall earlier today Highlighting the importance of engagement in America s classrooms Spangler entertained and delighted the audience with demonstrations and anecdotes The Three Pound Universe LEXINGTON Va Oct 8 2013 More than 250 high school students faculty and administrators from across Virginia joined VMI faculty members to hear about cutting edge research in neuroscience this morning as the 2013 VMI STEM Education Conference kicked off Everyone Has a Front Line LEXINGTON Va Oct 3 2013 More than 100 cadets and local community members attended a talk and book signing last month by Eric Greitens CEO of The Mission Continues and author of The Heart and the Fist The Education of a Humanitarian the Making of a Navy SEAL Leadership Center Director Leaves VMI for Washington LEXINGTON Va Sept 13 2013 Retired U S Navy Capt Susan Rabern was sworn in Monday as assistant secretary of the Navy for financial management and comptroller Rabern was the first director of VMI s Center for Leadership and Ethics appointed in 2011 and serving until she took up her new duties this week Never Let Fear Determine Who You Are LEXINGTON Va March 5 2013 Dewey Bozella told participants in VMI s 2013 Honor Conference this morning about the struggles he s faced in his life and the quality of character that was necessary to overcome them Frontline Producer Opens VMI Honor Conference LEXINGTON Va March 4 2013 Frontline producer Martin Smith opened the 2013 Honor Conference at VMI with a discussion of how truth seeking journalism can encourage more honorable behavior by public officials 2012 Washington Post VP Addresses IT Conference LEXINGTON Va Oct 9 2012 Stacey Halota vice president of information security and privacy at the Washington Post Co spoke to information security professionals during the Virginia Alliance for Secure Computing and Networking conference at VMI Curiosity the Endowment of Humanity LEXINGTON Va Oct 4 2012 Dr Neil deGrasse Tyson remained on post after his Wednesday morning plenary talk to have conversations with faculty cadets and W L students Following a well attended book signing Tyson spoke informally with a crowd of STEM students and professors assembled in Gillis Theater addressing a range of issues based on cadet questions To Lead the World Once More STEM Literacy a Prerequisite LEXINGTON Va Oct 3 2012 VMI s STEM education conference ended with a bang as Neil deGrasse Tyson director of the Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History brought conference attendees and cadets to their feet in a passionate round of applause Teaching Math and Science to the World LEXINGTON Va Oct 2 2012 Salman Khan founder of the Khan Academy spoke to an audience of educators at the 2012 VMI STEM education conference Monday night about how the academy came to be and its possibilities for enhancing education in both the developed and developing worlds Inquiry Based Learning at VMI LEXINGTON Va Oct 2 2012 Dancing cadets on the Gillis Theater stage took the standing room only audience by surprise at the beginning of Maj Randy Cone s plenary talk Inquiry Based Learning earlier today Raise the Floor and Raise the Ceiling LEXINGTON Va Oct 2 2012 A large audience was ready for participation as Cathy Seeley author of Faster Isn t Smarter Messages About Math Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century espoused you we I oriented teaching yesterday in the first plenary session of VMI s STEM education conference State Secretary of Education Opens VMI STEM Education Conference LEXINGTON Va Oct 1 2012 The goal of VMI s Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics or STEM Education Conference is to solve America s toughest math problem The opening session defined that problem as the lack of students concentrating their studies in STEM disciplines Symposium Opens with Tribute to Founder LEXINGTON Va April 10 2012 Gen J H Binford Peay III 62 VMI superintendant introduced the 23rd annual Environment Virginia Symposium by honoring the contributions of the late Capt Ronald Erchul Medal of Honor Recipient Do the Hard Right LEXINGTON Va March 7 2012 VMI s Leadership Conference closed late yesterday afternoon with perhaps the most entertaining talk of all given by Staff Sgt Salvatore Giunta who received the Medal of Honor in November 2010 Conference Concept Originates with VMI Cadets LEXINGTON March 6 2012 Cadet Quinn Adams 12 president of the VMI Honor Court addressed conference participants in Gillis Theater yesterday afternoon explaining the Honor Court s involvement in seeking a forum for a nationwide discussion of cheating lying and honor For Honor to Work You ve Got to Have Buy In LEXINGTON Va March 6 2012 Dr Eric Anderman professor of education psychology at the Ohio State University compared cheating to placing a vote it s a deliberate choice that individuals make that cannot be revoked

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  • Virginia Military Institute - CLE Staff
    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 Center for Leadership Ethics Staff Col David Gray Ph D U S Army Ret Director 540 464 7361 graydr vmi edu Col Gray s Bio Col Pat Looney USMC Ret Deputy Director 540 464 7946 looneypg vmi edu Maj Kim Connolly Assistant Director for Programs and Conferences 540 464 7740 connollykv vmi edu Capt Catherine M Roy Communications and Marketing Specialist 540 464 7052 roycm vmi edu Belinda Cockrell Financial Specialist 540 464 7836 cockrellbk vmi edu Ronda Dove Administrative Assistant 540

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