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  • VMI Records Management. Training.
    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 Archives Home Digital Collections Archives Online Catalog Quick Info FAQs Civil War New Market Stonewall Jackson Genealogy Alumni Photos Portraits Letters Diaries Manuscripts Digital Exhibits Home Military Oral History VMI Records Records Management Records Management FAQ Retention Schedules Records Destruction Information Transfer Records to Archives Email and Electronic Records Training and Other Useful Links Disaster Plan About the Archives Mary Laura Kludy Archives Assistant Ph 540 464 7516 Fax 540 464 7089 archives vmi edu Preston Library Lexington Virginia 24450 Hours Visitor Info Archives Records VMI Records Management Training Other Useful Links Records Management Training Other Links Online Training Videos The State Records Management Division has created a series of online training videos which cover the most frequently requested topics These include understanding public records using the records retention schedules database and filling out the certificate of records destruction Disregard the video Transferring Archival Records to LVA since VMI along with other state colleges universities has its own archival program Permanent records are transferred to the VMI Archives What is a Public Record Introduction to the Virginia Public Records Act An Overview of Records Destruction Using the General Schedules Searchable Database Filling out the Certificate of Records Destruction Form Destroying Electronic Records In Person Consultation Contact COL Diane Jacob if you or your office would like to schedule a consultation to learn about Records Management procedures Useful Links from the Library of Virginia Records Management Division Guide to

    Original URL path: http://www.vmi.edu/Archives/Records/Records_Management/VMI_Records_Management___Training___Other_Useful_Links/ (2016-02-15)
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  • VMI General Orders
    FERPA Policy General Order 10 Lost and Found Policy General Order 11 Cocke Hall Use Policy General Order 12 Sponsored Programs Policy General Order 13 Statement on Equity General Order 14 Intellectual Property Policy General Order 15 Recruitment Procedures General Order 16 Discrimination Harassment Sexual Misconduct and Retaliation Policy General Order 17 Process for Cadet Suspensions and Dismissals General Order 18 Files Access Policy General Order 19 Book Return Policy General Order 20 Fitness Standards Policy General Order 21 Records Management Policy General Order 22 Workplace Violence Prevention Committee and Threat Assessment Team General Order 23 VMI Driver Qualification and Vehicle Use Policy General Order 24 VMI Motor Vehicle Policy General Order 25 Workplace Violence Prevention Policy General Order 26 Mobile Phone Usage Policy General Order 27 Security Awareness Policy General Order 28 Awards Policy General Order 29 Desktop Computer Replacement Policy General Order 30 Selection of Commencement speaker General Order 31 Physical Training Program General Order 32 Protocol VIP Quarters policy General Order 33 Crozet Balcony and Sub Altern Officers Mess Usage Policy General Order 34 Employment Policy General Order 35 Personnel Clearance Procedures General Order 36 Commemorative Plaque and Statue Policy General Order 37 Rank and Promotion Policy General Order 38 Summer Housing Policy General Order 39 ID Card Policy General Order 40 Housing Policy General Order 41 Energy Conservation Policy General Order 42 Institute Identity Standards and Trademark Policy General Order 43 Building Coordinators Responsibility Policy General Order 44 Solicitation Policy General Order 45 Tobacco Use Policy General Order 46 Code of Ethics General Order 47 Crozet Hall Dining Policy General Order 48 Criminal History Investigation Policy General Order 49 Height Weight Body Fat Assessment Policy General Order 50 Acceptable use of VMI Information Systems Policy General Order 51 Volunteer Policy General Order 52 Hazing Policy General

    Original URL path: http://www.vmi.edu/content.aspx?id=36119 (2016-02-15)
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  • The VMI Bomb (Yearbook) Online. Digital Access from the VMI Archives.
    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 Archives Home Digital Collections Digital Collections Site Cadet Newspaper The Bomb Yearbook Archives Online Catalog Quick Info FAQs Civil War New Market Stonewall Jackson Genealogy Alumni Photos Portraits Letters Diaries Manuscripts Digital Exhibits Home Military Oral History VMI Records Records Management About the Archives Mary Laura Kludy Archives Assistant Ph 540 464 7516 Fax 540 464 7089 archives vmi edu Preston Library Lexington Virginia 24450 Hours Visitor Info Archives Digital Publications Bomb The VMI Bomb Yearbook Top Level Digital Publications The Bomb Online Access to the VMI Yearbook Connect to the Digital Editions of the Bomb The digital yearbooks are hosted at the Internet Archive The list will appear in reverse chronological order beginning with the most recent volume You can choose from a variety of formats browse and search a volume by choosing the read online option download the PDF or access other formats About the Digitization Project This exciting project was made possible through the LYRASIS Mass Digitization Collaborative a Sloan Foundation grant subsidized program that has made digitization easy and affordable for libraries and cultural institutions across the country Through the Collaborative s partnership with the Internet Archive all items were scanned from cover to cover and in full color Colleges and universities throughout Virginia and around the country have participated in the yearbook digitization project For this project the original printed editions of the yearbook were

    Original URL path: http://www.vmi.edu/Archives/Digital_Publications_Projects/Bomb_%28Yearbook%29/The_VMI_Bomb_%28Yearbook%29_Top_Level/ (2016-02-15)
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  • The VMI Bomb (Yearbook) Online. Digital Access from the VMI Archives.
    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 Archives Home Digital Collections Digital Collections Site Cadet Newspaper The Bomb Yearbook Archives Online Catalog Quick Info FAQs Civil War New Market Stonewall Jackson Genealogy Alumni Photos Portraits Letters Diaries Manuscripts Digital Exhibits Home Military Oral History VMI Records Records Management About the Archives Mary Laura Kludy Archives Assistant Ph 540 464 7516 Fax 540 464 7089 archives vmi edu Preston Library Lexington Virginia 24450 Hours Visitor Info Archives Digital Publications Bomb Digital Publications The BombOnline Access to the VMI Yearbook The VMI Bomb Yearbook Top Level Digital Publications The Bomb Online Access to the VMI Yearbook Connect to the Digital Editions of the Bomb The digital yearbooks are hosted at the Internet Archive The list will appear in reverse chronological order beginning with the most recent volume You can choose from a variety of formats browse and search a volume by choosing the read online option download the PDF or access other formats About the Digitization Project This exciting project was made possible through the LYRASIS Mass Digitization Collaborative a Sloan Foundation grant subsidized program that has made digitization easy and affordable for libraries and cultural institutions across the country Through the Collaborative s partnership with the Internet Archive all items were scanned from cover to cover and in full color Colleges and universities throughout Virginia and around the country have participated in the yearbook digitization project For this project the original printed

    Original URL path: http://www.vmi.edu/archives.aspx?id=4294972334&libID=4294972331 (2016-02-15)
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  • VMI to Present New Market Medal
    Bither Administrative Assistant P 540 464 7207 F 540 464 7443 111 Smith Hall Lexington VA 24450 VMI to Present New Market Medal Bruce C Gottwald LEXINGTON Va March 26 2014 Virginia Military Institute s Board of Visitors will present its highest honor the New Market Medal to Bruce C Gottwald VMI Class of 1954 on Thursday May 15 The presentation will take place during the annual New Market Parade ceremony that this year commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Battle of New Market Mr Gottwald is currently chairman of NewMarket Corp the parent company of Afton Chemical and Ethyl Corp Through its subsidiaries NewMarket engages in the development manufacture and blending of automotive chemical additives Mr Gottwald has been a leading figure in guiding the Institute for years He is a past president of VMI s Board of Visitors and a recipient of the VMI Foundation s Distinguished Service Award He has also received the Spirit of VMI Award the highest honor bestowed by the VMI Keydet Club Major and long time supporters of VMI Mr and Mrs Gottwald presented significant gifts to VMI that helped establish and build Marshall Hall and the VMI Center for Leadership and Ethics which was dedicated in 2009 among other transformational gifts He and his family have established numerous endowment funds at VMI including the Gottwald Scholarships for Merit the Gottwald Chemistry Enhancement Fund the Gottwald Development Board Endowment Fund and the Jackson Hope Fund A resident of Richmond Mr Gottwald serves on many boards including the American Civil War Museum and the Civil War Trust In the past he has served on the board of directors of the VCU School of Engineering CSX Corp Dominion Resources Inc James River Corp and St Christopher s School In 1990 Mr Gottwald received an honorary

    Original URL path: http://www.vmi.edu/Content.aspx?id=10737428723 (2016-02-15)
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  • Remarks at the New Market Descendents Reception
    moment demanded their attention Forty seven wounded Brother Rats that s what we call classmates needed medical care At this hour on May 16 Cadet Moses Ezekiel the first Jewish cadet at VMI realized that the grasp on life itself was slipping away from his best friend Cadet Thomas Jefferson descendent of the president In those last hours Jefferson asked Ezekiel to read to him from the New Testament In My Father s House there are many mansions In all 10 cadets Atwill Cabell Crocket Haynes Hartsfield Jones Jefferson McDowell Standard and Wheelright would die all young lives of promise These hours were the defining moments for those who lived When we examine what became of those cadets who fought here it is startling to realize the high level of achievement in their life beyond the battlefield and VMI As great as was their accomplishment on the field of battle perhaps their greatest triumph is found when they laid aside the dress of the soldier for the attire of the citizen Cadets with family names of Colonna Powell Horsley Wood James Corling and 250 others continue to impact the course of American history In numbers disproportionate to what statistics would suggest they became agents of change in the new nation born from civil war In ways large and small they contributed to society They pursued careers and certainly of great importance to all of you here this evening raised families Nearly a dozen pursued the arts including Cadet Moses Ezekiel whose sculpture Virginia Mourning Her Dead located at VMI marks the graves of six of the New Market casualties Ezekiel completed this moving allegorical statue just five years after the battle five years after he held the dying Jefferson in his arms I submit to you that the creation of this work was an act of healing for Ezekiel For many cadets the healing continued through their lives Two dozen became medical doctors what correlation can be drawn between the horrors witnessed here on May 15 and the commitment made by those New Market cadets to heal human suffering Nearly 100 collectively became attorneys elected public officials and legislators could their experience here amidst civil war have committed them to careers dedicated to making the post war nation a stronger democracy Seventeen became educators teachers and college presidents lives dedicated to the betterment of society through education And now a century and a half later we gather to recognize their moment here and rededicate ourselves to the standard set for us by their deeds Former Secretary of the Army Jack Marsh has identified the Battle of New Market as the birthplace of the inimitable Spirit of VMI This was a proving ground for the VMI citizen soldier Over the past 15 decades it has become the standard of conduct to which subsequent generations of cadets have been held Whenever VMI alumni have been called to defend the nation in far off places a muddy trench in the Somme or a

    Original URL path: http://www.vmi.edu/vmcw/10737429679/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Virginia Military Institute - Frequently Asked Questions
    open to the public at 8 00 a m but the reenactor camps are not open to the public until 10 00 a m Where is the best place for viewing the reenactment The spectator viewing area is located in front of the Field of Lost Shoes just north of the Bushong Farm This is the largest gathering area for spectators although some spectators follow the soldiers as they move from the southern section of the Park to the climax of the Battle at the northern end Narration of the event will occur over a PA system Are there food vendors Yes many local non profit organizations offer a variety of food and drink options Can I bring a picnic lunch Yes and feel free to bring a lawn chair or blanket to sit on In the interest of public security coolers are not allowed Can I bring a backpack In the interest of public security no backpacks will be allowed on the grounds during the reenactment weekend What is a sutler In the 19th century Sutlers followed the armies selling items not readily available from the government such as pen and paper sweet treats tobacco patent medicines reading materials buttons and body armor This tradition continues today at reenactments nationwide What do we do if it rains In over 40 years of hosting the reenactment we have only cancelled the event a few times and those cancellations took place after torrential downpours threatened the safety of the public The reenactment is held rain or shine Tickets are non refundable Are there activities and events to attend before the reenactment Yes your ticket includes admission to the Virginia Museum of the Civil War In the museum you can view the Emmy award winning movie Field of Lost Shoes shown hourly

    Original URL path: http://www.vmi.edu/vmcw/Reenactment/10737428532/ (2016-02-15)
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  • "On This Spot, At This Moment..." Tour
    of the Civil War Plan Your Visit Event Calendar Annual Reenactment Calendar of Events Frequently Asked Questions Anniversary Battlefield Tour Ticket Information Merchants and Vendors Museums Grounds For Teachers Shaara Scholar Internship Researchers Historians Official State Shenandoah Valley Tourist Info Center Staff New Market Battlefield State Historical Park 8895 George Collins Pkwy PO Box 1864 New Market Va 22844 866 515 1864 nmbshp vmi edu Open daily year round 9 a m to 5 p m except New Year s Day Thanksgiving Day Christmas Eve and day Director s Anniversary Battlefield Tour Friday May 13 2016 Explore the battlefield with Civil War historian and Site Director Major Troy D Marshall who will explain the action as it took place exactly 152 years ago Hear the accounts of the battle in the words of the soldiers who were there The tour includes a visit to the Bushong home the Field of Lost Shoes and the Bloody Cedars The tour will last approximately two hours from 2 00 4 00 Wear comfortable clothing sun screen and walking shoes Feel free to bring a camp chair if you like Participants will receive a complimentary bottle of water and light refreshments along the way

    Original URL path: http://www.vmi.edu/vmcw/Reenactment/10737428940/ (2016-02-15)
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