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January 2015

January 26: Multilingual Writers' Community Opening Session:

Location: Student Success Center, Learning Centers suite, room 1160

Welcome, writers!  

Not a writer?  Come anyway and we'll help you start to think of yourself as one!  

This is our first meeting of the semester.  We will be getting to know each other, catching up on what happened over the break, and setting our writing goals for the spring semester.  Our group meets weekly and is open to the multilingual JMU community.  Any questions can be directed to Kristen Shrewsbury (shrewskm).  

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January 26: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown (Faculty Community): Location: Rose Library 5211

Register Here


Writers' Lockdowns encourage faculty writers to dive into projects with concentrated time and effort. Held on Monday afternoons and Friday mornings, these mini-lockdowns will help create a regular writing pattern during the academic year. Peace of mind provided -- faculty writers provide the words.  Coffee is available for purchase at Starbucks.

Note: Consultations must be requested in advance by emailing cfi@jmu.edu.

Faculty participants will make progress toward the following faculty community outcomes:

  • Practicing the integration of writing as aspect of career
  • Advancing writing projects
  • Increasing a sense of belonging to a writing community

Faculty participants will make progress toward the following scholarship outcome:

  • Enhancing scholarly productivity.
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January 26: Colloquia: Colloquia speaker: Len Van Wyk. Title: An Exploration of the Musical Pitch Class.
Roop 103 3:45-4:45PM. More info here. MORE >


January 26: JMU Percussion Ensemble:

The JMU Percussion Ensemble, directed by William C. Rice and Dr. Michael Overman, consists of nearly 30 students and has performed throughout the East Coast, including concerts at the Virginia Music Educators Association Convention and Virginia Days of Percussion.

For tickets and further information, visit http://www.jmu.edu/forbescenter/events/2015/01/26-percussion-ensemble.shtml

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January 26: Common Ground:

Jan. 26 | 8-9pm | Madison Union 203

What do we have in common? More than we think!

Common Ground is a group program for JMU students who want to explore, evaluate, or have questions about the role of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs in their life. 

It is a free, confidential, non-judgmental opportunity to connect with and engage in conversations with other students who have similar understanding and experiences with substances.

Common Ground meets Mondays in Madison Union (formerly Warren Hall) Room 203 from 8-9pm. Students can join at any point in the semester, and there is no minimum commitment for attendance.

Please contact the group facilitator Heidi Jordan in the University Health Center with any questions.

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January 27: Lightning in a Bottle: Transformative Classroom Management (Workshop):

Location: Student Success Center room 1075; a light breakfast will be provided.
This event is also offered on FRI, 30 Jan 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM.

Register Here


Faculty whose pedagogy includes highly contextualized, problem-solving exercises talk about ‘catching lightning in a bottle’ when content and student engagement align to produce significant learning experiences.  These incidents don’t happen by chance: they are the result of good classroom management skills by instructors who take the role of mediator, skillfully connecting student-based inquiry with course goals through transformative teaching.  This workshop introduces the principles of transformative teaching, provides participants opportunities to evaluate their own ‘lightning’ experiences, and suggests classroom management strategies to enhance inquiry. 

Faculty participants will make progress toward these workshop outcomes:

  • Exploring the principles of Transformative Teaching

  • Evaluate their own classroom management practices

  • Identify techniques that create contexts for transformative learning experiences .

Faculty participants will make progress toward these teaching outcomes:

  • Appreciating pedagogy--the art and science of teaching and learning--as a significant higher education endeavor,

  • Identifying factors that influence pedagogical choices,

  • Creating assignments and/or courses that support higher-level learning (deep learning).

Facilitator: Carole Nash, Ph.D., Department of Integrated Science and Technology 

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January 27: JMU JobLink (IT195):

Location: JMAC 4, IT Training Center

Workshop Description: JMU JobLink is a university-wide tool that serves faculty, staff and students. The software streamlines the recruiting and reporting processes.

Users Guide

Presented by: Jennifer Kester, Recruitment/Employment Team Leader, Human Resources

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January 27: Nine Minutes on Monday: The Quick and Easy Way to Turn Managers into Leaders (TD1825):

Location: Wine Price Building

Workshop Description: We all know that our employees are our most important resource, but our busy work days filled with tasks to complete, problems to solve and fires to put out can make it easy for our leadership priorities to slip off the radar. Come join this interactive session packed with tips and techniques for developing a simple system that can help busy managers increase productivity, boost morale and increase employee engagement.

In this workshop, participants will:

  • Learn how to use a simple 9-minute template to keep important leadership tasks on the front burner
  • Explore three Key questions that will help to connect purpose to paycheck for employees
  • Learn a four step formula for addressing subpar performance and increasing employee engagement
  • Learn a simple and effective model for encouraging employee growth and development
  • Explore three Recognition Codes that you can use to help your employees feel valued and motivated

This workshop is based on the book Nine Minutes on Monday: The Quick and Easy Way to Turn Managers into Leaders by James Robbins.

Presented by: Jennifer Campfield, Director of Training and Development

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January 27: Developing a Communication Strategyi:

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

3:00-4:30pm

Taylor 306

Register through MyMadison Course 1983

Has your department been talking about starting an alumni newsletter but never gets around to it? Have you started one only to find it was overwhelming and takes too much time?

This workshop will provide participants an opportunity to explore and discuss methods to create an effective alumni engagement communication strategy. We’ll talk best practices, resources and tools provided by the university and share successes from across campus. This workshop will be co-facilitated by Carrie Combs, Director of College Engagement, Ashley Privott, Director of Alumni Relations and Paula Polglase Assistance Director of Alumni Relations, Marketing and Communications. 

Questions? Contact Carrie Combs (teicheca@jmu.edu)

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January 27: Communication Strategy (TD1983):

Location: Taylor, Room 306

Workshop Description: Has your department been talking about starting an alumni newsletter but never gets around to it? Have you started one only to find it was overwhelming and takes too much time? This workshop will provide participants an opportunity to explore and discuss methods to create an effective alumni engagement communication strategy. We’ll talk best practices, resources and tools provided by the university and share successes from across campus.

Presented by: Carrie Combs, Director of the College of Engagement; Ashley Privott, Director of Alumni Relations; and Paula Polglase, Assistance Director of Alumni Relations, Marketing and Communications

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January 27: English Conversation Club Opening Meeting!:

SSC 1160

Come speak English with us!

We get together once a week to have great conversations. Come practice your Englsih in a relaxed and fun enviroment with friendly people. Adam is the conversation starter and he is a fellow JMU student who would LOVE to meet you! You can sign up here.

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January 27: Math Club Meeting:

Location: Roop 103

During the meeting, we will be talking about applying to REUs, with some student speakers and possible professor speakers. We will most certainly practice for the Math GRE after the meeting. There will be FREE PIZZA.

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January 27: The Madison Plan Presidential Vision Tour 2014-15, Richmond, Va.:

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Va.

More details to follow.

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January 27: Motivational Speaker Anthony Truck:

Former NFL player and entrepreneur Anthony Trucks will speak at JMU on Tuesday, January 27th from 7:00-8:30pm in Grafton Stovall!

After playing in the NFL and having some personal troubles of his own, he has successfully started his own gym and training business. Start the semester off right with motivational speaker Anthony Trucks and come listen to his enlightening story. Be inspired to overcome anything that gets in your way! Check out his personal page at http://trust-your-hustle.com/

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January 28: WellGOnomics: How You Move Matters (TD1949):

Location: Wine Price Building

Workshops Description: CommonHealth’s new health campaign, WellGOnomics: How You Move Matters focuses on Ergonomics, which is the study of the relationship between people and the objects and environments they interact with.  Ergonomically incorrect work (and home) environments can cause an increase in injuries, aches, and pains.  We will help you focus on how you move throughout the day and how to evaluate your activities, such as electronics use, sitting, standing, driving, and lifting.  Learn how to improve your day (whistle while you work), so you feel fabulous and better able to enjoy your accomplishments. Whether you are at work or play, how you move matters!  Let CommonHealth show you how to stop, think, and evaluate before you move to prevent injuries.

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January 28: Tea Time: Tea Time is every Wednesday during semester from 2-2:45PM in Roop 103. Please join faculty and students in social time.  BYO mug if you have one. MORE >


January 28: Visiting Writer Series: Eric Pankey:

4-5 p.m.

Room 400, Taylor Hall

Eric Pankey is the author of 10 collections of poetry, most recently “Crow-Work” from Milkweed Editions. He is currently the Heritage Chair in Writing and professor of English at George Mason University, where he teaches in the BFA and MFA programs. His work has been supported by fellowships from The National Endowment for the Arts, The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, The Ingram Merrill Foundation and the Brown Foundation. His poems and essays have appeared widely in journals such as The Iowa Review, The New Republic, The New Yorker, The Paris Review and The Kenyon Review. A new collection, “Augury,” is forthcoming from Milkweed Editions in 2017.

For more information, contact Laurie Kutchins, coordinator of the creative writing minor, at kutchill@jmu.edu. Free.

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January 28: Special Collections Speaker Series:

4-5 p.m.
Room 301, Carrier Library

Dr. Lori Dixon, an independent scholar, presents “Creating the Medieval Codex.”

Sponsored by Special Collections of JMU Libraries and Educational Technologies. Free.

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January 28: Learn About the Stuart Hall Scholarship: Have you heard about the educational opportunity available for your family through the partnership between JMU and Stuart Hall School? The children of full-time JMU faculty and staff have the chance to apply for a $10,000 Merit Scholarship to Stuart Hall School in Staunton, one of the best independent schools in Virginia.

Here are the highlights of the benefit:

  • Students entering grades 6-12 can apply for a $10,000 per-year scholarship
  • Scholarships are renewable through graduation, assuming the student remains in good academic standing; up to $70,000 in tuition benefits over as many as seven years
  • Additional need-based Financial Aid is available for families who qualify or who are not selected as scholarship winners

Join representatives from Stuart Hall here on campus on Thursday, November 13 or Wednesday, January 28, from 5:30-7:00 PM for refreshments and an information session in the Pathways Training Center Wine-Price Building 752 Ott Street.

Please RSVP Here

Find out more about Stuart Hall School today. Visit stuarthallschool.org/jmu for additional information about this program. With transportation available from Harrisonburg, a Stuart Hall School education is within your reach.

Download the brochure

Or, contact Stuart Hall School directly at 540-213-7050; email admissions@stuart-hall.org

(The JMU on-campus contact is Renee Reed who can be reached at reedra@jmu.edu)

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January 29: Last day to obtain departmental permission to add a class: Last day to obtain departmental permission to add a class. MORE >


January 29: Professional Development: Opportunities and Tracking (TD1045):

Location: IT Training Center, JMAC 4, Room 101

Workshop Description: Come and learn about the various individual and team professional development events available to you through the Training and Development Department, as well as how to request training dollars for training off-campus. Strategies for tracking your training and creating your Professional Development Portfolio will also be discussed.

This workshop fulfills completion of Modules 6.2 and 6.3 of the Administrative Assistant Certificate Program.

Presented by: Kelsey Tate, Graduate Assistant, Training and Development

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January 29: Ethical Reasoning Case Study Design and Pedagogy:

Location: Alleghany Room, Festival Conference and Student Center

Join us as Dr. Erica Lewis, MC Ethics Fellow and assistant professor of nursing, guides faculty through her experience using case studies to teach students ethical reasoning skills via the Eight Key Questions. Then, participants will work in small groups on their ideas for ethical reasoning cases.

Erica specializes in bioethics and uses case studies and actual clinical situations in the classroom to teach students how to ethically reason and subsequently apply ethical decisions to nursing practice.

Please let us know if you're interested in attending at mc@jmu.edu by January 22.

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January 29: JMuse Cafe: Mystery and Calculus, Hypersurfaces and Evolution :

The first 'Demystifying the Expert' event of the Spring Semester, we will be touching on the finer and funnier aspects of evolution and its correlation to calculus.  

                                                       Flyer by Ashley Kreis                       

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January 30: Housing Lottery Numbers Announced:

Online Room Selection lottery numbers will be emailed to all students with a signed 2015-2016 Housing Contract on January 30. Students will also be able to fill out an apartment interest form and search for roommates using the roommate finder tool in the Online Housing System

Online Room Selection begins March 2. Learn more about Online Room Selection here.

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January 30: Last Day to Withdraw: This is the last day a student can withdraw from JMU and be eligible for a tuition refund. MORE >


January 30: Withdrawal deadline from the university: Withdrawal deadline from the university.  Students must withdrawal from all classes to be eligible for a tuition refund. MORE >


January 30: Basic Finance & Budgeting: Getting Your Financial Ducks in a Row (TD1373):

Location: Wine Price Building

Session: 1 of 4

Workshop Description: "Getting Your Financial Ducks in a Row", this workshop is designed to help you understand and evaluate your values and behaviors as they pertain to spending and budgeting; develop an effective personal budget to assist you in meeting your goals; learn methods to debt reduction; understand investing fundamentals; design effective strategies to meet your investment objectives, take appropriate risks, and understand the financial tools available to you both inside and outside of JMU.

This Multi-Session workshop will include:

  • Session 1: Values and Behaviors Pertaining to Spending and Budgeting
  • Session 2: Savings Part 1 (Goals and basic investing fundamentals)
  • Session 3: Zero-based Budgeting and Debt Reduction
  • Session 4: Savings Part 2

Presented by: Brad Barnett, Senior Associate Director, Financial Aid Office and Stephan Hess, CFP, Hess Financial

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January 30: Coffee and Conversations on Ethical Reasoning:

Location: Miller Hall, Room 2115.

The Madison Collaborative provides the time, place, coffee, breakfast snacks, and a provocative prompt. You provide the questions and conversations. Join Dr. Erica Lewis, from the College of Behavioral Health Studies' Nursing Department, and others who are using the 8KQ ethical reasoning strategy to learn from our corporate experience. Please RSVP to mc@jmu.edu by January 27. Faculty, staff and administrators are all welcome.

 

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January 30: Seminar: Geological controls on phylogeography and biodiversity in the Galapagos:

Bioscience 1007

Geological controls on phylogeography and biodiversity in the Galapagos

Dr. Dennis J. Geist

Department of Geological Sciences
University of Idaho
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January 30: Lightning in a Bottle: Transformative Classroom Management (Workshop):

Location: Rose Library room 3311; a light lunch will be provided.
This event is also offered on TUE, 27 Jan 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM.

Register Here


Faculty whose pedagogy includes highly contextualized, problem-solving exercises talk about ‘catching lightning in a bottle’ when content and student engagement align to produce significant learning experiences.  These incidents don’t happen by chance: they are the result of good classroom management skills by instructors who take the role of mediator, skillfully connecting student-based inquiry with course goals through transformative teaching.  This workshop introduces the principles of transformative teaching, provides participants opportunities to evaluate their own ‘lightning’ experiences, and suggests classroom management strategies to enhance inquiry.


Faculty participants will make progress toward the following workshop outcomes:

  • explore the principles of Transformative Teaching

  • evaluate their own classroom management practices

  • identify techniques that create contexts for transformative learning experiences .

Faculty participants will make progress toward the following teaching outcomes:

  • Appreciating pedagogy--the art and science of teaching and learning--as a significant higher education endeavor,

  • Identifying factors that influence pedagogical choices,

  • Creating assignments and/or courses that support higher-level learning (deep learning).

Facilitator: Carole Nash, Ph.D., Department of Integrated Science and Technology 

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January 30: Interpreting the Research Experience:

Over four weeks in the summer of 2014, undergraduate Studio Art student Gina Huber observed and photographed Mathematics students and faculty as they engaged in summer REU (Research Experiences for Undergraduates) projects. Ms. Huber aimed to visually interpret the often unseen reality of deep mathematical research in order to communicate this work to the public. The project demonstrates the synergy between research and creative expression. An exhibition of her photographs will be on display at IVS in Roop Hall, room 208 on January 30 from 12:30-2:30.  This creative research project was supported by The Institute for Visual Studies, The Department of Mathematics and Statistics, and the School of Art, Design and Art History.

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January 30: Bethany Clark to Present TOMS Global Customer Engagement: Bethany Clark, JMU Alumna and Director of Community for TOMS Shoes, will hold an open forum in ZSH G6 on Friday, January 30, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Her topic is "TOMS Global Customer Engagement."  She will present an informational session reviewing the history of TOMS, exploration of Giving, and an overview of the various programs and resources that comprise the TOMS Global Customer Engagement platform. In this session, attendees will learn about TOMS and how the TOMS Tribe gives groups and individuals around the world the opportunity to use the TOMS story as a way to inspire positive change in their communities. MORE >


January 30: Meet your Conversation Partner!:

Location:  Hoffman Hall Lounge

Come to Hoffman Hall Lounge to meet your conversation partner, go over expectations, and sign up for monthly activities. Tea and snacks will be provided.

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January 30: Global Connections:

Location: Hoffman Hall Lounge

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Come join the international community to mingle and relax over some free tea and coffee!

This event, which is held every Friday from 3-5pm, is a perfect way to unwind after a stresfful week.

Help us spread the news about this event by downloading our event flyer.

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January 30: A.A.:

Jan. 30 | 8-9pm | Burruss Hall 232

Alcoholics Anonymous open, young persons' meeting is Friday nights, 8pm, Burruss Hall, room 232.

There is a bus stop across Mason Street at Miller Hall and parking is available that evening at JMU in the regular, "lined" parking spaces (no metered spaces, no reserved spaces, no fire lanes).

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January 31: 2nd Annual Women in Leadership Conference:

Health and Human Services Building, Room 2301

Take some time to invest in your future success! The Women in Leadership Conference will give you tips on landing your dream job, marketing yourself, and effectively networking. 

To register, please click here.

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January 31: Women in Leadership:

The second annual Women in Leadership Conference “Navigating Your Journey” is a day-long event designed to help students with the transition from college to career. It is scheduled for Saturday, January 31, 2015, from 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. in Health and Human Services 2301.  The conference is open to all students, and will cover a variety of topics, including identifying your dream job, marketing yourself, entrepreneurship, and negotiation. 


Conference participants will learn how to effectively network, and meet successful people who can help them in their journey to graduation and beyond.

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January 31: Women in Leadership Conference:

9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Room 2301, Health and Human Services Building

Take some time to invest in your future success. The Women in Leadership Conference will give you tips on landing your dream job, marketing yourself and effectively networking.

For information, visit http://jmu-women-in-leadership.weebly.com.

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January 31: Second Annual Women in Leadership Conference:

Saturday, January 31, 2015 | 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. | Health and Human Service Building, Room 2301: The Second Annual Women in Leadership Conference with the theme of "Navigating Your Journey" is meant to help students transition from college to career. While discussing multiple topics, the Conference will also welcome many guest speakers. 

For more information, please visit the Women in Leadership Conference website

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January 31: Second Annual Women in Leadership Conference :

Saturday, January 31, 2015 | 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. | Health and Human Service Building, Room 2301: The Second Annual Women in Leadership Conference with the theme of "Navigating Your Journey" is meant to help students transition from college to career. While discussing multiple topics, the Conference will also welcome many guest speakers. 

For more information, please visit the Women in Leadership Conference website

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February 2015

February 2: Multilingual Writers' Community Studio Session: Writing with Details MORE >

February 2: 02-02-sveameeting MORE >

February 2: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown (Faculty Community) MORE >

February 2: Colloquia MORE >

February 2: Common Ground MORE >

February 3: Leaders in International Friendship Exchange Kickoff MORE >

February 4: Reproducible Research Workshop MORE >

February 4: Introduction to Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) (TD1242) MORE >

February 4: Tea Time MORE >

February 4: Delivering Feedback and Grades to Students (Workshop) MORE >

February 4: Economics Speaker Series: Ehsan Ahmed and J. Barkley Rosser Jr. MORE >

February 4: Taste of Study Abroad MORE >

February 4: Orquesta Sinfónica del Estado de México MORE >

February 4: Orquesta Sinfónica del Estado de México (Symphony Orchestra of the State of Mexico) MORE >

February 6: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown (Faculty Community) MORE >

February 6: Core Introduction to the Eight Key Questions Workshop MORE >

February 6: THRIVE! - Redefining Success (TD1961) MORE >

February 6: Working Parenthood (Roundtable) MORE >

February 6: Delivering Feedback and Grades to Students (Workshop) MORE >

February 6: Exercise & Nutrition for the Healthy Heart- Total Heart Health (TD1977) MORE >

February 6: Global Connections MORE >

February 6: A.A. MORE >

February 7: Opera Spotlight MORE >

February 9: Kamilah Aisha Moon - poetry reading MORE >

February 9: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown (Faculty Community) MORE >

February 9: Colloquia MORE >

February 9: Poetry Reading: Kamilah Aisha Moon MORE >

February 9: Faraday in Science Public Lecture MORE >

February 9: Common Ground MORE >

February 10: Assessment Day MORE >

February 10: Withdrawal and Course Adjustment Deadline - 1st block MORE >

February 10: Assessment Day MORE >

February 10: Phase II Training (TD0607) MORE >

February 10: Remaining CALM©: Anywhere, Anytime (TD1962) MORE >

February 10: Student Employment Essentials (TD1460) MORE >

February 10: Taste of Study Abroad MORE >

February 10: JMU Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Band MORE >

February 11: Air Plant Terrarium Workshop MORE >

February 11: Strength Deployment Inventory (SDI) Introduction (TD1497) MORE >

February 11: Tea Time MORE >

February 11: Special Collections Speakers Series MORE >

February 11: Life after JMU MORE >

February 11: Gilliam Center Speaker Series: Shruti Rajagopalan MORE >

February 11: Trivia Night MORE >

February 12: Leading with a Clear Purpose (TD1127) MORE >

February 12: Increase Your Writing Productivity (Workshop) MORE >

February 12: Gilliam Center Speaker Series: Todd Zywicki MORE >

February 12: Love Me, Love Me Not - poetry reading MORE >

February 12: When I Grow Up I Want to be a Rocket Scientist MORE >

February 12: Senior Dance Concert MORE >

February 13: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown (Faculty Community) MORE >

February 13: SMAD Connect: Venture Capital Opportunities MORE >

February 13: General Heart Health and CPR - Total Heart Health (TD1978) MORE >

February 13: Global Connections MORE >

February 13: A.A. MORE >

February 14: Valentine's Day Carriage Rides MORE >

February 16: Woman of Distinction Award nominations due MORE >

February 16: Fairy Houses and Gnome Homes MORE >

February 16: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown (Faculty Community) MORE >

February 16: Colloquia MORE >

February 16: The King's Singers MORE >

February 16: Common Ground MORE >

February 17: Managing Me - Leading with Reason (TD1710) MORE >

February 17: Spring Career & Internship Fair MORE >

February 17: Scholarship Networking Lunch MORE >

February 17: Scholarship Networking Lunch MORE >

February 17: Event Planning at JMU: Everyone Can Benefit (TD1006) MORE >

February 18: CascadeOverview Training MORE >

February 18: DiSC I: Assessment & Introduction (TD1086) MORE >

February 18: Tea Time MORE >

February 18: Snow Tubing MORE >

February 19: Visiting Scholars Program Lecture MORE >

February 19: Core Introduction to the Eight Key Questions Workshop MORE >

February 19: Health Insurance and Flexible Reimbursement Accounts (TD1351) MORE >

February 19: Health Insurance and Flexible Reimbursement Accounts (TD1351) MORE >

February 19: Cohen Center Lecture Series: Langdon Winner MORE >

February 19: Langdon Winner Lecture MORE >

February 19: MVS: Michael Signer MORE >

February 19: The FLiGHT Project MORE >

February 20: SINC Conference MORE >

February 20: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown (Faculty Community) MORE >

February 20: Basic Finance & Budgeting: Getting Your Financial Ducks in a Row (TD1373) MORE >

February 20: Global Connections MORE >

February 20: OPT Session MORE >

February 20: A.A. MORE >

February 22: JMU Symphony Orchestra MORE >

February 23: Contract Deadline for Online Room Selection MORE >

February 23: Mid-Term Block Student Teaching MORE >

February 23: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown (Faculty Community) MORE >

February 23: Colloquia MORE >

February 23: Tax Workshop MORE >

February 23: Common Ground MORE >

February 24: Empowering People to Participate (TD1128) MORE >

February 24: Economics Speaker Series: Michael Smitka MORE >

February 24: Frances Litten Botanical Lecture MORE >

February 24: Speaker: Louise Green MORE >

February 24: Sweet Charity MORE >

February 25: Retirement 101: Understanding Your VRS Retirement (TD1212) MORE >

February 25: Retirement 101: Understanding Your VRS Retirement (TD1212) MORE >

February 25: Planning memorable alumni events MORE >

February 25: Memorable Events: Event Planning & Management (TD1984) MORE >

February 25: Developing Positive Assertiveness (TD1291) MORE >

February 25: Tea Time MORE >

February 25: Special Collections Speaker Series MORE >

February 26: Coffee and Conversations on Ethical Reasoning MORE >

February 26: Capture the Concepts: Note Taking Strategies (TD1902) MORE >

February 26: JMuse Cafe: Renewable Energy, Polymers, Hybrids, and Performance MORE >

February 27: Second Annual K-12 STEM Educator's Workshop MORE >

February 27: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown (Faculty Community) MORE >

February 27: Weekend Warriors: Daily Activities to Release the Warrior in You (TD1859) MORE >

February 27: Developing Positive Assertiveness (TD1291) MORE >

February 27: Cascade Open Lab Training MORE >

February 27: Global Connections MORE >

February 27: Cascade Open Lab Training MORE >

February 27: JMU Brass Band MORE >

February 27: A.A. MORE >

February 28: Winter Children's Art Workshop MORE >

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