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Amy Porter Zacaroli ('88) Caring for AIDS orphans
"What are we really on this Earth to do?" Amy and her husband Alec weren't afraid to ask themselves that tough question. They got the answer watching a documentary about an orphanage in South Africa that takes in HIV/AIDS infected children. Read more >
Change the world
What comes with the Madison Experience? For Alex LaMar, exceptional education, a friendly, inclusive environment, and an awesome job after graduation.
Saturday Morning Physics
This JMU program allows area students to explore cutting-edge research topics. One student used the experience as foundation for a special scientific achievement, discovery of a pulsar.
Cracking the case
Real life work is not as dramatic as television, but cracking a cold case is especially satisfying says Michelle Waldron ('00), a criminalist and latent print examiner.
According to the CDC 8.3 percent of Americans, more than 26 million, have diabetes. JMU alum Suzanne Clough ('93) aims to change their lives.