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Vision: In this time of constricting resources, the Institute seeks the partnerships, collaborations, ideas and resources that empower our faculty to continue to innovate, share and grow both as leaders in the education of cadets and in their areas of research. Through our faculty, West Point will remain a top national college, the nation’s primary leader developer, and an internationally recognized brand. Also through our faculty, the Army, DoD, and US Government will continue to have access to a pool of intellectuals capable of working the hardest problems.


Cadets meet with the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (SOAR).
In Jan 2015, the West Point Civil and Military Engineering club, led by COL Steve Hill (USA Ret.) of the NY-NJ Port Authority, toured the new state-of-the-art transportation hub onsite known as The Oculus.
From 2-4 April, the Combating Terrorism Center took 17 cadets to Washington D.C. and met with a number of key leaders in the State Department, including the Combating Terrorism Deputy Coordinator, Mark Thompson.
On 10 April, civil engineering cadets in CE371 Soil Mechanics and Foundation Design, boarded a Circle Line Cruise boat in New York City and toured the Tappan Zee Bridge construction site.
Army Sailing Defeats Navy at Spirit Rider Regatta - CPT (P) Matty Haith accompanied the Army Sailing Team to Long Island to compete; Army has beaten Navy over the past four years.
On 14 April 2015, CDTs Conor Haaser, Chris Kolster, Connor McLeod, and Matt Shinkwin worked on their MS496 Capstone at Range 5, testing their latest prototype suppressor for the M249.
Department of Systems Engineering cadets from both the SE403 year-long capstone and SE450 semester capstone project at Fort Campbell meeting with the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (SOAR).
CDTs Jorge Figueroa-Cecco, Scott Horras, Colin Hwang, Luke Miller, and Will Viana from CS485-Parallel Computing with Dr. Suzanne J. Matthews, visiting the Army Research Center and the original Cray-2 supercomputer, the fastest machine in the world when it debuted in 1985.
On 8 April, cadets from MS300 and MS200 conducted an operations order briefing using the Augmented Reality Sandtable (ARES) in the Engineering Psychology Labs.

 

 

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