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Engineering Student Makes an Impact

Brandon Cobb, a senior in the Department of Engineering, spent his summer differently than most college students: he decided to start a nonprofit organization. More >

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PHOTO: Chris MartinFaculty Spotlight - Chris Martin

October 16, 2014

This Fall, the Department of Engineering welcomes Dr. Chris Martin as one of its newest faculty members. Martin teaches Thermal Fluids, and is excited for the opportunity to engage students in his research.

PHOTO: SowdenRevitalizing Recruit-a-Duke

October 16, 2014

Over this past summer, the services provided by Career and Academic Planning  to students within the College of Integrated Science and Engineering (CISE) were improved further thanks to the help of our CAP liaison, Kristin Sowden.

PHOTO: Dr. NagelNagel Publishes E-book for Women in Engineering Series

September 30, 2014

Dr. Jacquelyn Nagel, assistant professor in the Department of Engineering at James Madison University, recently published an e-book for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE-USA), the country’s largest engineering professional association.

PHOTO: JMU Students in SalamancaOpening Eyes and Opening Doors

September 19, 2014

The vast majority of students who have participated in JMU's award-winning study abroad programs will tell you that their experiences enriched their lives and broadened their worldviews. But did you know that going abroad can also give you a leg up in your career?

Photo: JMU Students Confer(Madison) Engineers Without Borders

June 30, 2014

The Department of Engineering is pleased to announce their new chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB-USA), an international non-profit organization.

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