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Superintendent PRIORITIES

CADET ACTIVITIES UNRESTRICTED ENDOWMENT/FUND
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.

CIAG CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH LAB
The mission of the Character Integration and Advisory Group (CIAG) is to elevate, promote, integrate, and lead character development across the four development programs—military, academic, physical, and character. The Lab will conduct virtual moral-action scenarios to facilitate assessment of character development interventions. Scenario research will include cadets and the use of virtual reality technology, which can monitor involuntary and unconscious physical reactions. Quantitative and qualitative data can be collected for use in longitudinal studies and assessing the effectiveness of various character interventions. CIAG will also offer Character Individual Advanced Development opportunities to cadets who have been selected to serve on the Honor, Trust, Respect, and Peer Support Committees.

COMMANDANT’S UNRESTRICTED ENDOWMENT/FUND - Read/Print Brochure
Comprised of unrestricted gifts allowing the Commandant the flexibility to direct funds to existing and emerging priorities within the US Corps of Cadets. In addition to the Brigade Tactical Department, the four directorates under the Commandant’s command are the Department of Physical Education, Department of Military Instruction, Directorate of Cadet Activities, and the Simon Center for the Professional Military Ethic.

CYBER & ENGINEERING ACADEMIC CENTER (CEAC) - Read/Print Brochure | WATCH VIDEO
The CEAC, the first new academic building at West Point in more than a decade, will be the hub of innovation and collaboration at West Point, supporting academic, laboratory and collaborative project space for the departments of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and Systems Engineering. Forming a monumental south entrance to the Central Area, project features include two extraordinary bridges and a rooftop colloquium and collaboration space.

DEAN’S PROGRAM INITIATIVES

  • Dean’s Unrestricted Endowment/Fund Comprised of unrestricted gifts allowing the Dean the flexibility to direct funds to existing and emerging priorities within the Academic Program.
  • Academic Enrichment Program (13 departments) The Academic Enrichment Program provides individual endowments for each of the Academy’s 13 academic departments. These endowments provide essential and unrestricted resources to sustain quality teaching, research, and outreach at West Point.
  • Academy Scholars Program (13 departments) The Academy Scholars Program provides funding for cadet AIADs (Academic Individual Advanced Development), which include domestic internships, cultural immersion opportunities, and cadet research capstone projects.
  • West Point Press The West Point Press will serve as an in-house publishing capability to highlight and showcase both literary and scholarly works authored by West Point cadets and faculty. The Press will focus on four main lines of effort: a literary magazine, a peer-reviewed scholarly journal, e-books (via existing Rowan platform), and print book publications.

MATH & SYSTEMS ENGINEERING CENTER (MSEC)
Building 606 will be the new home for the Departments of Math and Systems Engineering. The government renovation of MSEC will include key Margin of Excellence elements. An approximately 4,000-square-foot Atrium will replace the stacked hallways system and resolve what is currently an inhibiting space between the east and west wings and provide key circulation enhancements that move the space from dysfunctional and constraining to modern and inspirational. In addition, the Overlook Bridge will connect MSEC with the soon-to-be-constructed Cyber & Engineering Academic Center (CEAC) and complete the Academy’s Engineering Complex, which includes Mahan Hall, CEAC, and MSEC.

MICHIE STADIUM PRESERVATION PROJECT - Read/Print Brochure | WATCH VIDEO
Michie Stadium has been and remains West Point’s key portal to the public. The project will reconstruct the 160,000-square-foot East Stands, built in 1962, modernizing, upgrading, and improving building systems and operations, including broadcasting, ticketing, lighting, winterization, premium and hospitality seating options, concessions and amenities, and stadium accessibility.

MODERN WAR INSTITUTE - Read/Print Brochure
To address the return to great power competition between the U.S. and potential (near) peer adversaries, the Superintendent established the Modern War Institute in 2015 to improve the military development of cadets at West Point. MWI does so by continuously generating new knowledge about the Study of War, that it then integrates across all USMA Departments and the Army—as well as its Joint, Combined, and Inter-Agency partners. The informed debate and discussion that this new knowledge generates among military and national security professionals, policymakers, and academics prepares the Army, as part of the Joint, Combined, and Inter-Agency team, to win tomorrow, by shaping the West Point and the Army today.

SUPERINTENDENT’S ENDOWMENT/ANNUAL FUND
The Superintendent’s Endowment is comprised of unrestricted endowment gifts, providing the Superintendent with a reliable source of flexible funding to support existing priorities as well as innovative opportunities as they emerge over time. The Annual Fund is comprised of annual unrestricted gifts, allowing the Superintendent the flexibility to direct funds to priorities wherever they are most needed at any given time. The Superintendent’s Annual Fund also includes unrestricted gifts to the Parents Fund.

THE LINK AT TROPHY POINT - Read/Print Brochure | WATCH VIDEO
Considered by the Academy as a public portal to West Point on Trophy Point, this new 42,000-square-foot facility will enable West Point to showcase its academic depth and commitment to the study of the human dimension of warfare thereby providing a “link” between the humanities, social sciences, and STEM disciplines. Fully funded by the Margin of Excellence, this facility will provide much needed cadet and faculty interdisciplinary collaboration and conference space. The facility will include a theater and will be home to the Office of Admissions Welcome Center, the first stop for cadet candidates and their families.

WEST POINT SIMULATION CENTER
Located in the basement of Bradley Barracks, the approximate 4,000-square-foot center will provide the full spectrum of technology-based simulation training programs, offering the capability for the delivery of simulations to cadets to enhance training and research in the areas of marksmanship, synthetic mounted maneuver, eSports, accelerated human cognitive decision-making, and mission command planning and communications.