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  • Virginia Military Institute - Physical Education Home
    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 Life Sciences Physical Education Home Exercise Science Minor Courses Rat Challenge PE Forms Cormack Hall Hours PE Resources Faculty Karen Moore Executive Secretary P 540 464 7317 F 540 464 7665 Virginia Military Institute 223 Cormack Hall Lexington VA 24450 Home Academics Areas of Study Social Science Physical Education Physical Education Home Physical Education Our mission is to mentally and physically develop the Corps of Cadets through exposure to comprehensive and progressive academic non degree granting and experiential co curricular programs designed to enhance self esteem physical fitness leadership characteristics and the pre requisite knowledge that produces graduates with a commitment to life long physical fitness and health Operational Goals Learning Outcomes offer courses designed to foster cadets with the benefits of living healthy prepare and conduct 5 year review develop graduates committed to a lifestyle that promotes physical fitness identify needs to support department programs insure safe and effective department programs achieve 3 3 teaching load provide cadets knowledge skill to enhance levels of physical fitness provide cadets knowledge skill to enhance self confidence provide cadets with knowledge to develop leadership capabilities provide cadets on how to apply exercise science principles to design exercise fitness programs provide cadets with experience to respond appropriately to situations where CPR lifeguard skills are needed PE Professors Train for New Research Project A new project in Physical Education could soon shed light on cadets response to stimuli of all kinds Read More Exercise Science Research For cadets struggling with the VMI Fitness Test or one

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Chemistry Home
    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 Natural Sciences Chemistry Home Degrees Programs Courses Scholarships Academic Career Advising Student Research Instrumentation Journal Und Chem Research Careers Faculty Staff Anita Cruze Executive Secretary P 540 464 7244 F 540 464 7261 E CruzeAF vmi edu 401 Maury Brooke Hall Virginia Military Institute Lexington VA 24450 Contact CH Webmaster Home Academics Areas of Study Natural Science Mathematics Chemistry Chemistry At VMI Chemistry we are Passionate about exploring the natural world Captivated by molecular beauty and reactions Focused on generating new knowledge for the benefit of mankind Determined to train the next generation of scientific corporate government and military leaders Chemistry Home Chemistry Passionate about exploring the natural world Captivated by molecular beauty and reactions Focused on generating new knowledge for the benefit of mankind Determined to train the next generation of scientific corporate government and military leaders Preparing Chemistry Majors for Medical Schools Beginning this academic year cadets majoring in chemistry will be able to choose one of two degree tracks a research track the curriculum all majors have followed in the past or a pre med track designed specifically for those interested in pursuing a career in the health professions Read More Project Pursues Cure for Malaria A project currently under way in the VMI chemistry department could someday save lives that would otherwise be lost to malaria Read More Professor Writes Questions for National Exam Everybody knows what it s like to face the blank answer

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Home
    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 Natural Sciences Physics and Astronomy Home Degrees Programs Courses Research Facilities Advising Society of Physics Students Faculty Sherry D Byers Administrative Assistant P 540 464 7225 F 540 464 7767 320 Mallory Hall Virginia Military Institute Lexington VA 24450 Physics vmi edu Home Academics Areas of Study Science Math Physics Astronomy Come Explore With Us Physics probes fundamental questions and also serves as a source of key innovations in high technology At VMI a dedicated faculty train and work with talented students to explore exciting areas of physics and astronomy like Lasers and Fiber Optics Laser Spectroscopy Observati Home Explore Physics Astronomy Physics probes fundamental questions and also serves as a source of key innovations in high technology At VMI a dedicated faculty train and work with talented students to explore exciting areas of physics and astronomy like Lasers and Fiber Optics Laser Spectroscopy Observational Astronomy Thin Films and Nanotechnology Molecular Spectroscopy Nuclear Physics If you re curious come explore with us in state of the art research and instructional laboratories and prepare for a variety of exciting technical careers From Mega to Giga A collaboration under way between a physics professor and a private inventor could someday revolutionize cell phone communication Read More 2013 14 a Busy Year for Physics Society The VMI chapter of the Society of Physics Students had an active 2013 14 academic year News June 2014 Read More Tracking Movement to the Microsecond A laser lab located in Nichols Engineering Building is opening up new avenues of research while promoting interdisciplinary cooperation Read More Cadet Researches Polarization VMI 1st classman Nick Potter is conducting graduate level work in physics while

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Air Force ROTC Home
    Equipment Technical Services Visitor Information Archives Archives Home Online Exhibits VMI History FAQs Genealogy Alumni Manuscripts Civil War New Market Give Close Menu ROTC Leadership Air Force ROTC Home Courses Info for Current Cadets Info for Prospective Cadets VMI AF Hall of Fame Faculty Capt Mark A Smith Recruiting Flight Commander 540 464 7587 AFROTC P 540 464 7354 F 540 464 7775 Virginia Military Institute 2018 Kilbourne Hall Lexington VA 24450 Contact AFROTC Current as of 27 Jan 2016 Home Academics Areas of Study Leadership Air Force ROTC Air Force ROTC Home Department of Aerospace Studies Air Force ROTC Air Force Links Official Air Force Website Official Air Force Recruiting Website Air Force ROTC Website Holm Center Website The Department of Aerospace Studies is more than an academic department it is a unit of the United States Air Force We are designated Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps AFROTC Detachment 880 and serve under the Air University with Air Education and Training Command AFROTC has its headquarters at Maxwell AFB Alabama Our mission is to produce leaders for the Air Force by recruiting educating and commissioning officer candidates and build better citizens for America We accomplish this through a rigorous combined program of classroom instruction leadership laboratory and field training experiences Our faculty and staff are active duty commissioned officers and noncommissioned officers who have been specially selected for duty at VMI Cadets meeting requirements earn a commission as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Air Force upon graduation from VMI Privacy Security Notice Air Force Cadet Trains in the Cockpit Air Force ROTC Cadet Brendan Caldwell 17 received an orientation flight in a T 38 Talon aircraft Sept 12 at Langley Air Force Base in Hampton Va Read More AF ROTC Cadets Serve the Community Air Force

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Army ROTC Home
    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 ROTC Leadership Courses Info for Current Cadets Info for Prospective Cadets Army ROTC Awards Battalion Photo Gallery Army Links Faculty Mr Thomas Atkinson Recruiting Operation Officer of Army ROTC P 540 464 7680 Main Office P 540 464 7351 F 540 464 7639 Virginia Military Institute 2020 Kilbourne Hall Lexington VA 24450 Contact Army ROTC Home Academics Areas of Study Leadership Army ROTC Army ROTC Home Department of Military Science and Leadership Marshall New Market Battalion Partnership Schools to VMI The mission of Army ROTC is to commission the future officer leadership of the U S Army and to motivate young people to be better citizens Any Cadet interested in developing leadership skills in a challenging environment will benefit from what Army ROTC has to offer and there is no better Army ROTC unit than VMI s Marshall New Market Battalion Army ROTC is centered on leadership development in both classroom and field environments with individual feedback and counseling provided to each Cadet Army ROTC sponsors a number of extracurricular Cadet clubs and activities including the Cadet Battery Ranger Platoon and the competitive Ranger Challenge Army ROTC is a demanding program that requires commitment from each Cadet but the rewards more than equal the effort Those Cadets who chose to serve upon successful completion of the program and graduate from VMI will commission as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army Army Reserve or Army National Guard Cold and Rain Mark Army Fall LDX VMI s Army ROTC unit kicked off October with its annual Fall Leadership Development Exercise or LDX nn Oct 3

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  • Virginia Military Institute - Naval ROTC Home
    Officers Medal of Honor Recipients Midshipmen Battalion Naval Marine Corps Links Freedom of Information Act Faculty Mary T Schulz Executive Secretary P 540 464 7275 F 540 464 7329 Virginia Military Institute 2097 Kilbourne Hall Lexington VA 24450 Email Naval ROTC Home Academics Areas of Study Leadership Naval ROTC Naval ROTC Home Naval ROTC If you want to know more about the NROTC Unit Scholarships or how Midshipmen fit into the VMI Corps of Cadets read our Fact Book If you cannot find the information you are seeking within the fact book then please go to the Contact Us link and ask the specific question either by phone or by email The mission of the NROTC Program is to develop midshipmen mentally morally and physically and to imbue them with the highest ideals of duty honor and loyalty in order to commission them as naval officers who possess a basic professional background are motivated toward careers in the naval service and have a potential for future development in mind and character and are prepared to assume the highest responsibilities of command citizenship and government Privacy Policy Cadets Attend Naval Academy Conference Four Naval ROTC cadets were selected to attend the fifth annual Naval Academy Science and Engineering Conference in Annapolis Md this fall More than 100 students from schools all across the nation were in attendance to discuss this year s topic Robotics New Solutions for a Changing World Read More Naval ROTC Marks a Birthday and an Anniversary VMI s Naval ROTC unit celebrated the Navy s 239th birthday Oct 13 This year the birthday holds special significance as it also marks the 40th anniversary of the establishment of Naval ROTC at VMI Read More Land Sea Air Training Navy and Marine option cadets completed a month of military

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  • VMI Undergraduate Research Initiative
    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 VMI Center for Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Research at VMI The VMI Center for Undergraduate Research VCUR integrates student intellectual curiosity into the VMI experience It establishes the framework in which educational development can thrive outside the classroom environment Academically motivated cadets work closely with faculty mentors in a unique one on one environment as they pursue scholarly research A major goal of VCUR is to enhance the existing curriculum and elevate cadet standards and expectations The Summer Undergraduate Research Institute SURI supports VCUR s goals by providing a structured program and financial support for research projects conducted during the summer at VMI Cadets engage in in depth research with their faculty mentor while receiving course credit It is a competitive application process Please see the SURI website for complete details VMI s Center for Undergraduate Research is an institutional member of the Council on Undergraduate Research Learning Through Research VMI s Journal of Undergraduate Research New Horizons has been recognized by the Council on Undergraduate Research CUR as a model publication The editors of VMI s New Horizons have been selected by CUR to collaborate with Oxford Brookes University to establish a framework in which peer institutions can develop similar publications that showcase student research Applications and Deadlines There are funds available to assist in travel to conduct research or present the cadet s research findings Submit an Undergraduate Research Cadet Travel Application along with

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  • Service Learning at VMI
    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 Service Learning Home Volunteer Opportunities Col Jim Turner Ph D Chair VMI Service Committee VMI Lexington VA 24450 P 540 464 7436 F 540 464 7047 turnerje vmi edu Leading Through Service at VMI Faculty staff and cadets join the VMI CORE initiative CORE stands for Community Outreach and Renewal Experience This initiative guided by the VMI Service Committee and the student led Rotaract Club helps facilitate cadet faculty and staff engagement in local regional national and international volunteer community service opportunities The VMI experience emphasizes the value of service by preparing cadets to become citizen soldiers who will serve their country and communities To that end VMI offers a number of opportunities to learn about service at the local national and international levels Classroom experiences and hands on participation in community projects

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