Educating Young Women about Engineering
Have you ever wondered how a bridge is capable of supporting a lot of weight? Using candy and toothpicks, young females explored the strength of shapes and how they relate to the structure of bridges.
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James Madison University sent 20 student researchers to a pair of undergraduate research conferences this month.
A tool to assist decision-makers in weighing the pros and cons of a controversial natural gas drilling process is being designed by a group of JMU engineering students.
How would your life be different if you could hear out of just one ear? How would your life change if surgery suddenly allowed you to hear out of both ears after having spent a significant part of your life only able to hear out of one?
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2013 CISE Faculty Awards and Support Grants.