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A photo from the Parade Ground showing barracks in fog.

VMI Ranks First in State for ROI

Virginia Military Institute ranked 33rd out of nearly 1,400 colleges and universities across the country in Payscale’s annual College Return on Investment Report.

Sabres stacked with camouflage in the background.

Campaign Enters Final Month

VMI's fundraising campaign will conclude on June 30. With donations still being accepted, the campaign has already raised more than $322 million in gifts and commitments.

Col. Troy Siemers and Maj. Jessica Libertini brainstorm ideas for the new math curriculum while looking at suggestions from other academic departments. – VMI Photo by Kelly Nye.

Math That Matters Teaches Interdisciplinary Skills

A new and reinvigorated math curriculum for 4th Class cadets whose majors do not require calculus will be launched in the fall of 2018.

Marc Howe ’17 and Brian Colitti '17 put the final touches on an interactive map of Post that will be used by visitors on VMI’s website. – VMI Photo by Ashlie Walter.

Cadet-Created Map Improves Visitor Experience

Two cadets majoring in computer and information sciences recently created an interactive map of the VMI post as their senior capstone project, which is now available for use on VMI's website.

Col. Stacey Vargas, professor of physics/astronomy, received an award for “Innovation in Higher Education” from the Shenandoah Valley Technology Council in May. – Photo courtesy of James Madison University.

Vargas Wins Technology Award for Laser Research

Col. Stacey Vargas, professor of physics and astronomy, won the Innovation in Higher Education award from the Shenandoah Valley Technology Council for her research of ultra-short-pulse lasers.