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Bunting, Josiah, III, 1939-

 Person

Lieutenant General Josiah Bunting III became VMI's thirteenth Superintendent on August 1, 1995. He graduated from VMI in 1963, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. He was First Captain and Regimental Commander of the Corps of Cadets. A Rhodes Scholar, Bunting studied from 1963-1966 at Christ Church, Oxford University, where he earned a BA and MA with honors in Modern History. He served on active duty in the U. S. Army from 1966-1973, including a tour of duty in Vietnam. He subsequently served as President of Briarcliff College, Hampden-Sydney College, and as Headmaster at the Lawrenceville School. Bunting is a critically acclaimed author whose most recent book is a biography of Ulysses S. Grant. General Bunting retired as Superintendent at the end of 2002.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Video Collection. Coeducation Court Case (United States v. Virginia) and assimilation of women.

 Collection — Box: DVD COLL 002. Coeducation
Identifier: AV-Video-002
Scope and Contents

A collection of video footage collected by the Office of Communications and Marketing relating to the VMI coeducation court case (United States v. Virginia), concerning coeducation, assimilation planning, and the matriculation of the first female cadets. Includes news clips from national and local news.

VMI orientation for the assimilation of women [dvd], 1997 March 11

 Item — Box: 02, Media Case/Sleeve: 069
Identifier: DVD069
Overview Convocation, keynote speaker Charles Bryant (VMI Class of 1969)