James Madison University

Capstone Abstracts

  • Abstracts should be finalized and free of errors before submission, as they will appear in the printed program exactly as they are submitted. Please review your abstracts carefully for correct spelling, grammar, specialized symbols, and so forth.
  • Abstracts have a 300-word limit. Abstracts that exceed the word limit may be truncated in publication.
  • Include a high-resolution photo of you/your team working on your capstone project (Please provide a one-sentence description of your photo along with the name(s) of people represented in your photo.


  • Open: Engineering Faculty Position
  • January 28
    7:00 p.m.
    Steve Gaffney, JMU alum and nationally recognized speaker presents, "Honest Communication: Learn how to become a leader in your career.”
    ISAT 259
  • February 9
    7:00 p.m.
    Faraday Lecture Series: Dr. Michael Littman presents, “The value of historical re-creation in understanding how we know and what we know.”
    ISAT 259
  • March 9-13
    Spring Break
  • April 18
    Xchange ‘15
    Engineering students present a year of good through innovation, research, and design
    ISAT/CS and HHS Buildings