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CISE Teams with MillerCoors

The ISAT and Engineering Departments have worked with MillerCoors through student internships and capstone projects that promote energy savings, while giving students experience with a real-world client. More >

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Can Engineers Be Entrepreneurial?

January 27, 2015

James Madison University is one of 25 institutions around the country selected to participate in a program designed to integrate innovation and entrepreneurship into undergraduate engineering education.

Photo: JMU Students ConferDesigning Video Games Builds Engineering Community

January 21, 2015

In December, thirteen freshman-engineering students presented video games designed for second-graders as part of a semester-long project. The students all belong to the engineering Residential Learning Community (RLC).

Photo: VentureWell LogoFaculty Accomplishments

January 21, 2015

Engineering Professors, Dr. S. Keith Holland, Dr. Kyle G. Gipson, Dr. Justin J. Henriques, and Dr. Robert L. Nagel received $1,800 from VentureWell to train students to be drivers of change through the implementation of a new Innovation Leadership minor.

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National Recognition for JMU Female Engineering Group

December 4, 2014

In 2011, a group of eight female engineering students gathered to discuss the possibility of forming an organization that would promote engineering among women and support female engineering students.

PHOTO: Heather McLeodFaculty Spotlight - Heather McLeod

December 4, 2014

This Fall, the James Madison University Department of Engineering welcomes Dr. Heather McLeod as one of its newest faculty members. McLeod has a passion for concrete durability and structural materials, with hands-on research that is unique to the department.


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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 >

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