The New Madison Engineer
Though one of the newer programs on campus, the James Madison Department of Engineering is well on its way to creating their own identity that stands out from other engineering programs in the state and across the nation. More >
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April 9, 2014
Madison Engineering students: Evan Bowen ('13), Brandon Cash ('13), John Edinger ('13), Matt Muller ('14) and Matthew Lewis ('15) are featured in the first new issue of the James Madison Undergraduate Research Journal.
March 5, 2014
JMU professor Dr. Jacquelyn Nagel and engineering student Benjamin Condro's research exploring the possibility of making solar energy systems was recognized as top five in the James Madison Innovations' (JMI) Intellectual Property Incentive Program.
February 19, 2014
A group of seven female JMU students along with Dr. Jacquelyn Nagel attended the annual Women in Engineering day hosted by the Lockheed Martin site in Manassas, VA on January 17th, 2014.
December 4, 2013
The JMU Department of Engineering has been nationally recognized by an organization devoted to improving the recruitment and retention of ethnically diverse engineering students. Under the guidance of Dr. Kyle Gipson, JMU’s new chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) was formed.
November 18, 2013
The James Madison Engineering Department is launching a new lecture series entitled MAD(E) Mouths, part of the new MAD(E) Experience for JMU’s engineering students and faculty. . The first speaker, Joe Donndelinger, is a Staff Researcher for General Motors in Warren, Michigan.
- April 23
DC-Maryland-VA: Alumni Online Speed Networking
- April 24
Faraday Lecture: The Future of 3D Printing
- April 26
Madison Engineering xChange
ISAT/CS – First Floor
- May 20
Richmond, VA: Alumni Networking Event
- Summer Research Program Opportunity
REU in Biomedical Engineering Simulations, Imaging and Modeling
Welcome from Engineering
This is an exciting time for the Department of Engineering. We've grown in the three years since our formation with a few faculty and no students to a robust program with a growing faculty and hundreds of students. More >