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SUPERINTENDENT PRIORITIES

MICHIE STADIUM PRESERVATION PROJECT*
This preservation project will sow the seeds of forever preserving and protecting the history and tradition of Michie Stadium. Renovation and upgrades will include consolidating all of Army West Point Athletics administrative and coaches’ offices into a new home inside of Michie Stadium; constructing premium hospitality options for fans, resolving issues concerning the current obstructed view for fans, upgrading the overall fan experience with new facilities and concession areas, and renovating the East Stands, which is in dire need of a new structure.

WEST POINT CENTER FOR HUMANITIES* - Read/Print Brochure
West Point is in a unique position to establish a multi-purpose Center that could become a vibrant, nationally recognized location for regular engagement with the arts and humanities. The Academy envisions a significant expansion to the current space dedicated to the Cadet Fine Arts Forum. Located on Trophy Point, this Center would serve as a permanent home for galleries, exhibitions, educational programs, and workshops that would bring cadets, veterans, and USMA graduates together to build community through the humanities and creative arts. In addition to hosting conferences and lectures, the Center may establish fellowships for artist/scholars-in-residence that would allow veteran artists and scholars to spend time in residence at the Center to enrich cadet education through their expertise and talent.

MODERN WAR INSTITUTE - Read/Print Brochure
While West Point has always trained and educated its cadets in modern
day warfare, technologies, and strategy, it has no central program or hub that coordinates these lessons and disseminates them across the curriculum. The Modern War Institute (MWI) will conduct tactical, operational, and strategic research that moves the boundaries of current military and academic knowledge and serves as a resource for the Academy, Army, and nation. Whether a soldier, scholar, or student, the MWI will serve as the source for the study of modern war and warfare.

CYBER AND COMBATING TERRORISM INITIATIVES

Cyber Research Center (CRC) - Read/Print Brochure
The mission of the CRC is to educate and train cadets in cyber space operations, provide undergraduate research opportunities, and build and sustain ties between the Academy and the national cyberspace operations community. Its programs are critical to cadet development, as these young men and women will soon be leading the Army’s soldiers against cyber threats and terrorism.

Army Cyber Institute (ACI) - Read/Print Brochure
ACI’s broad national charter incorporates the Joint Force, industry, corporations, non-governmental organizations, West Point, and government at the tactical, operational, and strategic levels. The mission is to serve as the Army’s premier resource for strategic insight, advice, and exceptional subject matter expertise on cyberspace related issues affecting Army operations, organizations, and institutions. Its programming will bridge gaps and prompt information exchange across Army, military, academics, industrial and governmental cyber communities.

Combating Terrorism Center (CTC) - Read/Print Brochure
The CTC was established in response to the attacks of September 11, 2001 with the mission of arming current and future leaders with the intellectual tools needed to defeat and deter terrorist threats. This internationally renowned center connects academic experts with military leaders and other government agencies to facilitate research, education, and policy analysis at both the strategic and intellectual levels. The CTC is one of the nation's largest providers of counter-terrorism education.

CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF CIVIL-MILITARY OPERATIONS - Read/Print Brochure
The Center will formalize civil-military operations education within the curriculum by creating a broader framework of understanding of the military’s expanding role in CMO. Coordinating these programs and activities will create ties across curricular and disciplinary boundaries
to coordinate, introduce, and reinforce improved understanding and application of CMO and strengthen relationships with other governmental agencies as well as non-governmental organizations.

ACADEMY SCHOLARS PROGRAM - Read/Print Brochure
The Academy Scholars Program includes: domestic internships at organizations and institutions such as the U.S. Supreme Court, the FBI, Facebook, and Lockheed Martin; cultural immersion opportunities that provide cadets experience abroad with foreign militaries, educational institutions, and NGOs; and cadet capstone projects, which facilitate advanced cadet-faculty research.

CADET ACTIVITIES - Read/Print Brochure
Cadet Activities (DCA) provides co-curricular, recreational, cultural, spiritual, and social outlets for cadets that contribute to cadet development militarily, physically, academically, ethically, spiritually, and socially. DCA is comprised of more than 100 different clubs. Every activity provides valuable leadership opportunities for cadets, placing them in charge of training, scheduling, budgeting, travel, and other operations. Annual operating funds as well as a few club endowments are needed.

DIVERSITY & INCLUSION INITIATIVES - Learn More
It is critical that our graduates reflect the diversity and vibrancy of the Army they will lead, and of the citizenry they will protect. A diverse and inclusive organization that is representative of the society it serves will draw from the highest quality of available recruits, which inherently improve the force. We must have an environment, resources, and a strategy to attract and retain that talent and ensure every cadet’s success at the Academy. Diversity & Inclusion Initiatives will ensure that vital diversity and inclusion programs and Margin of Excellence initiatives continue to thrive, even during uncertain funding scenarios.

CADET SEMESTER ABROAD - Read/Print Brochure
Studying abroad is not only an opportunity for cadets, but highly desirable in an increasingly challenging world with an increasingly complex role for our Army. The Semester Abroad Program supports the priorities established by the former Chief of Staff of the Army, GEN Ray Odierno ’76, to develop future leaders by exposing them to diverse cultures and relevant world regions. Cadets study at civilian universities and foreign military academies to increase language proficiency, regional expertise, and cross-cultural competence.

BUILDING 673*
The renovation of Building 673 (sometimes referred to as Arvin Annex), located near Shea Stadium and the Softball Complex, will support both competitive cadet club sport and intercollegiate softball teams. It also will provide a weight room for all teams that practice in this North Athletic Field Area.

* Scope of project not defined.