Panel 3: The Military and Academe

Video: At our national conference we held a panel to discuss the relationship between the military and higher education. General Josiah Bunting chaired the panel, which included speakers Edward Lengel, Brig Gen Charles F. Brower IV, and Allan Silver.

Chair:

General Josiah Bunting
Formerly Commander of the Virginia Military Institute

Panelists:

Edward G. Lengel
Associate Editor of the Papers of George Washington

Brig Gen Charles F. Brower IV
Deputy Superintendent of Academics and Dean of Faculty, Virginia Military Institute

Allan A. Silver
Professor of Sociology, Columbia University

 

 

General Josiah Bunting Video

Formerly Commander of the Virginia Military Institute

 

General Edward G Lengel Video

Associate Editor of the Papers of George Washington

 

Brig Gen Charles F Brower IV

Deputy Superintendent of Academics and Dean of Faculty, Virginia Military Institute

 

Allan Silver

Professor of Sociology, Columbia University

 

 

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