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October 2014

October 30: Decade Days: 1990s:

Check out photos from the 1990s on our Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/JMUHomecoming

Send in your photos from the 1990s to our Facebook Page or email to alumni@jmu.edu

Throw Back Thursday: Flashback to the decades each location opened. Complete with menus, fashion and decor! Retail locations– all day, Mrs. Greens– lunch & dinner, D-Hall/E-Hall– Lunch. 

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October 30: New Budget Initiative Forms:

Location: Wine-Price Building

Workshop Description: The JMU Budget Office has revised the E&G and Auxiliary Initiative forms.   This session will introduce the new form and assist users with its navigation and completion.  These modified forms will be included as part of the 2015-2016 budget development process and will be distributed as part of the Fall Budget Packets.  Anyone responsible for completing budget E&G and/or Auxiliary Initiative forms should attend.

Presented by: JMU Budget Office Staff

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October 30: Nightmare at UREC:

Every Halloween, UREC transforms from a recreation center to a spooky, haunted building on campus. Join UREC during Homecoming Week for UREC's 5th Annual Halloween celebration: Nightmare at UREC on Thursday, October 30, 2014 from 9:30pm-1am! Your JACard is your admission ticket. Guests are $5 on FLEX. Children under the age of 16 are not permitted.

Be led through the Haunted House by a "Henchman" through a labyrinth of CREATURES OF THE NIGHT! Avoid ZOMBIES! Additional GHASTLY ENTERTAINMENT includes a DJ and dance, costume and dancing contests, free food and inflatable games.

Do you dare?

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October 30: Coffee and Conversations on Ethical Reasoning:

The Madison Collaborative provides the time, place, coffee, breakfast snacks, and a provocative prompt. You provide the questions and conversations. Join others who are using the 8KQ ethical reasoning strategy to learn from our corporate experience. Please RSVP to mc@jmu.edu by October 24.

All faculty, staff, and administrators are welcome.

Location: Memorial Hall, Hiner Room. 

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October 30: CoB Executive Advisory Council's Bi-Annual Meeting: Thursday, October 30, 2014- Friday, October 31, 2014 | 12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m, 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. | Festival: The CoB Executive Advisory Council will hold its bi-annual meeting.  MORE >


October 30: Professional Branding and Effective Work Samples:

Location will be in the Student Success Center, Room 4046

Time is TBD

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October 30: "Don't Look at Me in that Tone of Voice!":

Location: Wine Price

Workshop Description: “I am happy to help with that project”, I say as I bite my lip and rub my neck. Which do you believe - my words or my actions? Research has shown time and time again that 50 to 70 percent of our communication comes from non-verbal cues - body language. We rely heavily on these subtle – and not so subtle – ways of communicating how we truly feel. We use clichés such as “it’s not what you said, it’s how you said it” and “actions speak louder than words” because, when receiving conflicting messages, we almost always choose what a person does over what a person says. In this class, we will discuss many of the ways in which we communicate non-verbally, so that we can use these signs and signals to communicate more effectively.

In this workshop participants will:

  • Learn the most common non-verbal cues and what they mean
  • Identify the non-verbal cues he/she uses most often
  • Develop a plan for ensuring that words are consistent with body language

Presented by: Jennifer Campfield, Director of Training and Development

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October 30: Trick or Treat on the Row: Please join our Fraternity and Sorority Life in hosting a trick or treat event for local Harrisonburg families. MORE >


October 30: Grammar Hour:

Location: SSC 1160 (in the Learning Centers Suite of the Student Success Center)

Be clear with better grammar.

Each week, spend one hour with Madeline to have all your grammar questions answered. Additionally, each week we will cover one grammar point, such as:

  • passive and active voice
  • perfect tenses
  • using tenses appropriately
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October 30: Visiting Scholars Program Lecturer Charles Morgan:



Charles Morgan

Room 1261, Harrison Hall

Charles Morgan, research psychiatrist/associate clinical professor of psychiatry at Yale University, presents “Stress vulnerability and stress reliance; why people differ in their responses to traumatic events: Insights from psycho-neurological studies of Special Forces.”

http://medicine.yale.edu/psychiatry/people/charles_a_morgan-2.profile

Sponsored by the College of Arts and Letters. For information, call (540) 568-6472. Free.

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October 30: Snapshots of a Dancing Life:

Cynthia Thompson, the 2014-15 CVPA Madison Scholar, will present Snapshots of a Dancing Life on Thursday, October 30 at 8 pm in the Earlynn J. Miller Dance Theatre. The presentation will feature performances by Cynthia Thompson, Kate Trammell and Wanchi, as well as dance majors Molly Dunlap, Emily Iannotti, Nicole Liguori, Molly Lowman, Tori Powell and Moira Ragen. Admission is free and there will be light refreshments following the event.

 

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October 30: Alternative Spring Break Flying Lottery:

If you signed up online for the Alternative Spring Break Flying Lottery, make sure to come to the tonight with your completed forms, money for your first payment, and a list of your trip preferences in order.  You will receive an email the day prior with all the forms and processes (such as how to secure a proxy if you cannot attend).    

Feel free to bring homework and/or dinner and we will share updates with all of the trips available.  

May the odds be ever in your favor!!

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October 30: JMU Wind Symphony:

The Wind Symphony, under the direction of Stephen P. Bolstad, is the premier woodwind, brass and percussion ensemble at JMU. The Wind Symphony is committed to performing the great works of the wind-band’s core repertoire while also exploring the best of contemporary composition.

For tickets and further information, visit http://www.jmu.edu/forbescenter/events/2014/10/30-wind-symphony.shtml

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October 30: Late Night Breakfast:

East Campus Dining Hall

Join UPB for this special edition of Late Night Breakfast! All your favorites will be served up, and Ehall will be decked out with games, inflatables, giveaways, and all the purple and gold pride that comes with Homecoming week.

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October 31: Public Advocacy Contest registration deadline:

The Communication Center and Health Center are sponsoring a public advocacy contest open to all JMU undergraduate students. Students will create 5-7 minute advocacy position speeches answering the question "What is the most pressing health issue for college students?" and will compete for prizes for best advocacy speech.

On Thursday, Nov. 13 at 6pm in the Festival Ballroom, the top six student advocacy speeches will be showcased as part of an engaging discussion on student health and advocacy. Prizes for top advocacy speeches will be awarded during the final showcase. Students have until Friday, Oct. 31, 2014 to register for the public advocacy contest.

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October 31: Decade Days: 2000s:

Check out photos from the 1990s on our Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/JMUHomecoming

Send in your photos from the 1990s to our Facebook Page or email to alumni@jmu.edu 

Throw on your favorite JMU shirt today as we PURPLE OUT the nation!  On campus wear you Fight Song T-Shirt and receive a 20% off coupon to the JMU Bookstore when you stop by the Commons 12pm - 2pm.

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October 31: Class of 1979 35th Reunion:

Join your classmates back on campus for your 35th reunion weekend, October 31 - November 2, 2014!  Highlights of the weekend include the Alumni Golf Tournament, exploring the revitilized downtown Harrisonburg Friday night, Homecoming Headquarters and the football game on Saturday and reliving the 80s Saturday night with '80s tribute band, The Reflex.

For all the details and to register click here

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October 31: Alpha Gamma Delta Reunion:

Join your sisters Homecoming weekend for the Alpha Gamma Delta Reunion! We're planning to tailgate Saturday and then cheer on the Dukes at the Homcoming football game. Saturday night it's time to party '80s style with The Reflex, an 80s tribute band.  Sunday join your sisters for a farewell brunch at D-Hall. To register click here.



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October 31: Class of 1989 25th Reunion:

Join your classmates back on campus for your 25th reunion weekend, October 31 - November 2, 2014!  Highlights of the weekend include the Alumni Golf Tournament, exploring the revitilized downtown Harrisonburg Friday night, Homecoming Headquarters and the football game on Saturday and reliving the 80s Saturday night with '80s tribute band, The Relfex.

For all the details and to register click here.

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October 31: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown: Location: Rose Library 3311

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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

This lockdown is designed to help faculty make progress towards the following outcomes:

  • Practice the integration of writing as aspect of career; and
  • Increase a sense of belonging to a writing community.
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October 31: Event Planning at JMU: Everyone Can Benefit:

Location: Wine Price

Workshop Description: Outstanding occasions don’t just happen…they are created by planning ahead! Need help in planning your event? If so, join Events Management Team members as they guide you through the process of putting together the perfect event. Important resources and helpful hints will be shared with participants! Don’t panic, plan! (formerly HR1006)

Presented by: Debbie Kauffman, Festival Scheduling Coordinator, Madison Union; Sue Burket, Assistant Director, Event Management, Madison Union; Debbie Miller, Event Scheduling Coordinator, Madison Union; Ellen Callahan, Special Events Catering and Ben Lundy, Field Operations Manager, University Parking Services.

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October 31: Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) II :

Location: Wine Price

Series: 2 of 2

Session:  4 of 8

Series Description: In the level II CERT Training participants will build on their basic training with classes such as search and rescue, animal response modules, flood response for CERT and more. There is more opportunity to interact with firefighters, police and emergency communications. This class is a must for all who want a more active role in emergency preparedness projects in their community.

Presented by: Captain Arthur Miller; Lieutenant Wanda Willis and Paul Helmuth of the Harrisonburg Fire Department; Jetta Earhart, Harrisonburg Police Animal Control Officer; Lieutenant Karen Will of the Rockingham County Department of Fire and Rescue; Tony Brown, Fire/Safety Engineer at JMU; and Kevin Lanoue, Crime Analyst/Emergency Management Specialist at JMU

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October 31: Here to Help (H2H) Workshop:

Location:  Festival Conference and Student Center: Highlands Room; light breakfast will be served.

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This workshop, followed by discussion, will introduce participants to the benefits that direct engagement can have with individual students as they face the challenges of balancing their academic careers and the other spheres of life as a college student. Learning from experts from the Health Center, the Office for Substance Abuse, and Counseling Services, will explore the many existing programs that help support students in lead successful lives on campus, and how faculty can serve as a referral point for students seeking these resources.  Participants who join the H2H program will receive a sticker for their office door to publicize their participation in the program and their willingness to help students seeking resources.

After the H2H training session, faculty will be able to identify:

  • Signs of distress in students and steps they can take to assist students
  • Disruptive classroom behavior and develop an intervention plan to reduce its occurence
  • A dangerous student
  • Actions they can take to help mitigate risk

Facilitators:  
Amy Sirocky-Meck, Associate Director, Substance Abuse Prevention
Tia Mann, Assistant Director, Substance Abuse Prevention
David Onestak, Director, Counseling Center
Elizabeth Howley Assistant Director, Sexual Assault Prevention

Co-sponsors:  Here to Help

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October 31: Political Science Alumni Day:

JMU Department of Polictical Science and Alumni Board present Alumni Day. Join us for a day of networking and kick off Homecoming weekend with alumni of the political science department. 

9a.m. - 2p.m. Alumni Classroom Visits 

2 p.m. - 4 p.m. Alumni reception in Taylor 306 Juniors and seniors are encouraged to attend to meet alumni and professors in their fields of study.  Refreshments will be served.

Please RSVP to Sierra Shaw at sierra.a.shaw@gmail.com by October 17.

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October 31: Homecoming Alumni Golf Tournament:

Join us for the 16th Annual Homecoming Golf Tournament!  This year's tournament features a new location: Spotswood Country Club!  Players will enjoy a Captain's Choice format tournament, followed by an awards banquet and raffle at the clubhouse.  Registration fees include range balls, greens fee and cart, and an awards banquet ticket.  Additional banquet tickets may be purchased for guests not playing in the tournament.  Each player will also receive a premium leather golf glove and JMU Alumni ball marker for participating in the tournament.Hosted by the Harrisonburg Alumni Chapter


Additional information and registration can be found here.  

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October 31: Fight Song T-shirt Day:

The Commons
Remember that “Upside Fight Song Tshirt” you received your freshmen year? Well now’s the time to wear it with pride! If you’re spotted wearing the shirt around campus you’ll get a coupon to the JMU Bookstore! In addition, the Student Alumni Association will be on the Commons from 12pm-2pm giving out beads and pomp poms to anyone who stops by.

JMU Dining will be serving your favorite tailgate foods for lunch at Mrs. Greens, D-Hall and E-Hall.

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October 31: Sigma Gamma Rho 25th Anniversary Reunion :

Join alumni and friends for the Sigma Gamma Rho 25th Anniversary Reunion!  A full weekend of activities has been planned including community service event and welcome back dinner on Friday.  On Saturday join your sisters to tailgate and cheer on the Dukes at the football game followed by a reception and the annual Homecoming Step Show.  Finish up your weekend at a workship service on Sunday.

For all the details and to register click here.

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October 31: Class of 1984 30th reunion:

Join your classmates back on campus for your 25th reunion weekend, October 31 - November 2, 2014! Highlights of the weekend include the Alumni Golf Tournament and exploring the revitilized downtown Harrisonburg Friday night.  On Saturday stop by Homecoming Headquarters on your way through the Class of 1984 progressive tailgate and cheer on the Dukes at the football game. Relive the '80s Saturday night with '80s tribute band, The Relfex.

For all the details and to register click here

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October 31: Seminar: The Physiology of Yawning:

Bioscience 1007

Melanie Shoup-Knox, PhD.
Department of Psychology, James Madison University

Yawning occurs across all five classes of vertebrates, suggesting an evolutionarily old but retained function.  Recently, it has been suggested that yawning may serve a thermoregulatory function.  The current research explores factors that contribute to central thermoregulation and examines the physiology of yawning that may contribute to such a function in both rats and humans.

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October 31: The 7000 Mile Journey: Fulbright Experiences in South Korea :

Location: Duke Hall Court; lunch will be provided at 12.

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Professor Sang Yoon, JMU’s first two-time Fulbright Scholar, will discuss her experiences of both teaching and researching in South Korea. Professor Yoon embarked in cross-cultural exchanges through teaching graphic design at Hong Ik University in 2007 and at Kyung Hee University in 2013. In this scholarly talk, Professor Yoon will also share research from her 2007 study, “The Street Graphics of Seoul” and her 2013 study, "Making of Culture in Seoul Business Signboards." Faculty interested in a particular Fulbright project that featured cross-cultural exchange as foundational to the teaching and research process will find value in this scholarly talk.

This scholarly talk is designed to help faculty make progress towards the following outcomes:
  • Appreciate the dynamics of cross-cultural exchange between JMU and Korean students; and
  • Appreciate the opportunities and challenges of a Fulbright experience.

Facilitator: Sang Yoon, M.F.A., School of Art, Design and Art History

Cosponsors: Office of International Programs, Office of Diversity, and School of Art, Design, and Art History

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October 31: Sig Ep Homecoming Reunion: Join your Sig Ep brothers for the annual Homecoming weekend! On Friday join us for the annual golf tournament, reception and then social time at the House.  Saturday we will hold our traditional pre-game tailgate starting at 9am followed by the football game.  For details click here. MORE >


October 31: Ryan Corriston Spooky Modern Master Class:

JMU Dance Program Master Class 2014
Where: Earlynn J. Miller Dance Theatre - 1270
All theatre and dance majors welcome, especially non-contemporary classes!
 
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October 31: Special Collections Halloween Open House:

See what's haunting the vaults of Special Collections!

October 31st, 2014  3 pm – 4:30 pm

Stop by Carrier Room 203, the Special Collections Reading Room, for a special Halloween "eeeks"-ibit and open house!  We'll be dragging out some of our creepiest and oddest items from the shadowy depths of the library's vaults.  

This event is free and open to the public, living and dead... 

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October 31: 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 stressful week.

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

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October 31: Homecoming Roundtable:

In ISAT 159
 

Celebrate Homecoming with the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry's Homecoming Rountable Discussion featuring the following alumni:

Justin Meadows, JMU '00
Lisa Kilday, JMU '98
Dominick Pastore, JMU '85
 
Please vist our seminar site for a full list of future seminars.
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October 31: Deadline to submit 2015-2016 Student Teaching Applications: Deadline to submit 2015-2016 Student Teaching Applications to the Education Support Center, MEMH Room 7230 MORE >


October 31: Centennial Scholars 10th Anniversary:

Centennial Scholars is celebrating a big anniversary and we welcome our alumni back to campus to celebrate.  We will have a mixer Friday ngiht with current Centennial Scholars students as well as alumni and special guests. Saturday is the Homecoming football game and annual Step Show.

For all the details and to register click here.

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October 31: Friday Night in Downtown Harrisonburg:

Swing into downtown Harrisonburg when you get to town Friday night and meet up with your classmates and friends!  Over the last few years, downtown has experienced tremendous growth and has recently been designated the First Culinary District in Virginia and named the Great American Main Street!  Come see what downtown has to offer!

Reunion Groups meeting up downtown: Class of 1984, Class of 1989, Alpha Gamma Delta MORE >


October 31: A.A.:

Oct. 31 | 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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November 2014

November 1: Study Abroad Application Deadline MORE >

November 1: Home Football Game MORE >

November 1: Cheerleading Reunion MORE >

November 1: Homecoming Dukes' 5K Run/Walk MORE >

November 1: Lacey Day MORE >

November 1: Art Education Homecoming at Duke Hall MORE >

November 1: Art Education Homecoming at Duke Hall MORE >

November 1: Plant Trees with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation MORE >

November 1: Duke Hall Open House MORE >

November 1: Homecoming Headquarters MORE >

November 1: Alpha Phi Alpha 35th Anniversary MORE >

November 1: Dukettes Reunion MORE >

November 1: The Breeze Farewell Seeger Open House MORE >

November 1: MADISON HONORS: Homecoming Tailgate MORE >

November 1: Phi Mu Homecoming Reunion MORE >

November 1: Dia de los Muertos (Family Festival) MORE >

November 1: Board of Visitors Meeting MORE >

November 1: JMU Dukes vs. the William and Mary Tribe MORE >

November 1: Annual Homecoming Step Show MORE >

November 1: 80s Night at JMU Homecoming MORE >

November 1: 2014 Step Show Stompmania MORE >

November 1: 2014 Homecoming Step Show MORE >

November 1: Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn's Such Sweet Thunder MORE >

November 2: Homecoming to Duke Hall: Duke Hall Open House MORE >

November 3: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown MORE >

November 3: Workplace Substance Abuse Management for Supervisors MORE >

November 3: Workplace Substance Abuse Management for Supervisors MORE >

November 3: Common Ground MORE >

November 4: Valley Scholars MORE >

November 4: Valley Scholars partner with the College of Business MORE >

November 4: VALIC One-On-One Counseling Sessions MORE >

November 4: Eat, Drink, and Be Mindful MORE >

November 4: MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) Dynamics MORE >

November 4: The Hunger Banquet MORE >

November 4: Visiting Scholars Program Lecturer Pilar Perez Solano MORE >

November 4: Hunger Banquet MORE >

November 5: Harmonious Suspension MORE >

November 5: Leadership for Supervisors Series MORE >

November 5: Choosing the Right Web Builder for You MORE >

November 5: AFLAC On-Campus Counseling Session MORE >

November 5: Virginia Center for Transportation, Innovation, and Research Seminar Series MORE >

November 5: Peace Corps Information Session MORE >

November 5: Alzheimers Series: When It Strikes at an Early Age MORE >

November 5: Take Your Class Outside: Teaching in Outdoor Settings MORE >

November 5: Ethical Reasoning Case Study Design and Pedagogy MORE >

November 5: MVS: iDebate Rwanda MORE >

November 5: Saving for a Rainy Day - Taking Advantage of Savings Opportunities MORE >

November 5: Keynote Address by Zerlina Maxwell MORE >

November 5: CoB C-Suite Speaker Series: Kevin Dunbar MORE >

November 5: "Platanos Y Collard Greens" MORE >

November 5: Platanos and Collard Greens MORE >

November 6: 2015 Spring Open Registration MORE >

November 6: TIAA-CREF One-On-One Counseling Sessions MORE >

November 6: Cascade Phase 3 Training MORE >

November 6: Choosing the Right Web Builder for You MORE >

November 6: Winning with People MORE >

November 6: "It's On Us" Roundtable Discussion MORE >

November 6: Dr. Harry Rowe MORE >

November 6: Business Meeting MORE >

November 6: Gilliam Center Speaker Series: Paul Cantor MORE >

November 6: Body Image & Self-Acceptance Workshop MORE >

November 6: JMuse Cafe Presents: Plastic, Electronics, Gold, and The Physics of Baseball MORE >

November 6: JMUse Cafe MORE >

November 6: Alternative Spring Break Driving Lottery MORE >

November 7: Nicolas Johnson Movement Theatre Master Class MORE >

November 7: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown MORE >

November 7: Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) II MORE >

November 7: Basic Finance & Budgeting: Getting Your Financial Ducks in a Row MORE >

November 7: 2nd Annual Veterans and Spouses Conference MORE >

November 7: Seminar: Water as a source of infection MORE >

November 7: Teaching Talk: Demystifying College Student Motivation: How We Can Make a Difference MORE >

November 7: UMD Student Sustainability Advisors: How Terps Leave Small Footprints MORE >

November 7: global connections MORE >

November 7: Economics Seminar Series: Vipul Bhatt MORE >

November 7: Ms. Lucy Green, MFA, University Writing Center MORE >

November 7: A.A. MORE >

November 7: La Bohème MORE >

November 8: Twinkling Stars Conference MORE >

November 10: Public Advocacy Contest MORE >

November 10: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown MORE >

November 10: Orientation Meeting for Spring 2015 Student Teachers MORE >

November 10: Deadline to submit requirements for Spring or May 2015 Student Teaching MORE >

November 10: Common Ground MORE >

November 10: An Evening of Storytelling with Garrison Keillor MORE >

November 11: Eat, Drink, and Be Mindful MORE >

November 11: Scholarship Agendas: Organize Projects, Manage Your Time MORE >

November 11: Spring Semester Hiring, FWS & Reporting Earnings on FAFSA MORE >

November 11: Students as Neighbor Forum MORE >

November 11: Veterans Day Performance MORE >

November 11: Passion MORE >

November 11: Alternative Spring Break Flying Letter Writing Party MORE >

November 12: Leadership for Supervisors Series MORE >

November 12: Clear as Mud MORE >

November 12: Special Collections Speakers Series MORE >

November 12: The Madison Plan Presidential Vision Tour 2014-15, New York City MORE >

November 12: Ethics Slam MORE >

November 12: Fall Student Dance Concert MORE >

November 13: Designing Effective & Rigorous Assignments (Workshop) MORE >

November 13: Cascade Phase 1 and 2 Combined Training MORE >

November 13: Usability Testing: Navigation Through Your Portfolio MORE >

November 13: Usability Testing: Navigation Through Your Portfolio MORE >

November 13: Designing Effective & Rigorous Assignments (Workshop) MORE >

November 13: Winning with People MORE >

November 13: Campus Risk Management & Safety Update MORE >

November 13: Philip Kitcher Lecture MORE >

November 13: Speaker Anthony Gill MORE >

November 13: Public Advocacy Contest Final Showcase MORE >

November 13: Deadline for withdrawing with "W" grade - Second Block MORE >

November 14: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown MORE >

November 14: Assignment Sharing Charrette (Workshop) MORE >

November 14: Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) II MORE >

November 14: Basic Finance & Budgeting: Getting Your Financial Ducks in a Row MORE >

November 14: Seminar: Tracking the molecular signals of harmful algae and archaea: How do marine microbes interact with their environment and each other? MORE >

November 14: Managing Your Faculty Identity Online MORE >

November 14: Alexi Sherrill Dance Conditioning Master Class MORE >

November 14: JIN Lecturer and Nobel Prize Winner Oliver Williamson MORE >

November 14: Injustice and the Dubious Value of Anger MORE >

November 14: 2014 Le Gourmet MORE >

November 14: thanksgiving MORE >

November 14: A.A. MORE >

November 14: JMU Brass Band MORE >

November 15: Academic Open House MORE >

November 15: Valley Scholars partner with the College of Visual and Performing Arts MORE >

November 15: Academic Open House MORE >

November 16: Parallel Exit - Exit Stage Left MORE >

November 17: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown MORE >

November 17: Common Ground MORE >

November 18: Eat, Drink, and Be Mindful MORE >

November 18: The Object of Play MORE >

November 18: Lecture on Motivational Theory and Spiritual Ethics MORE >

November 18: Motivational Theory and Philosophical Anthropology after Harlow's Monkeys: The Economics of Love and a 'Spiritual' Ethics for Every Day MORE >

November 19: Leadership for Supervisors Series MORE >

November 19: The Lisanby Museum and Prism Gallery: Learning through the Arts MORE >

November 19: Bluff Point Faculty Info Session MORE >

November 19: Economics Seminar Series: Alan Isaac MORE >

November 19: The Madison Plan Presidential Vision Tour 2014-15, Northern Virginia MORE >

November 19: Veteran and Military Family Support Group MORE >

November 19: JMuse Cafe Presents: Poetry and Science Part 1: Poetry, Physics, and the Cosmos MORE >

November 19: JMUse Cafe MORE >

November 19: Alternative Weekend Break Community Celebration MORE >

November 20: Transgender Day of Remembrance MORE >

November 20: 1st Annual Mid-Atlantic Alternative Fuel Roadshow MORE >

November 20: Coffee and Conversations on Ethical Reasoning MORE >

November 20: The Rise and Fall of Cosmology in the Ancient World MORE >

November 20: The Rise and Fall of Cosmology in the Ancient World MORE >

November 21: Last Day for Scheduling Finals with ODS MORE >

November 21: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown MORE >

November 21: Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) II MORE >

November 21: Professional Book Club: "If It Wasn't for the Customers I'd Really Like This Job" MORE >

November 21: Seminar: Are Forests a Climate Superpower? Why forest conservation is a double-barreled solution to climate change MORE >

November 21: A.A. MORE >

November 22: Fall Break Begins MORE >

November 22: Home Football Game MORE >

November 22: Thanksgiving Break MORE >

November 24: Thanksgiving Break MORE >

November 27: Thanksgiving Holiday MORE >

November 27: Thanksgiving Holiday MORE >

December