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March 2015

March 26: Macondo:

LATIN BALLET OF VIRGINIA
March 26-29, 2015
Glen Allen, VA
A homage to Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the creator of the magical realism in Spanish literature. Macondo's choreography by Ana Ines King received the award as best national choreography in Colombia, S.A. A performing arts interpretation based on the novel "Cien Años de Soledad" ("One Hundred Years of Solitude").
Please visit www.latinballet.com for location/schedule/tickets.
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March 26: 40th Annual Chemistry & Biochemistry Spring Undergraduate Research Symposium:

Mark your Calendars!

The 40th Annual Chemistry & Biochemistry Spring Undergraduate Research Symposium will be held this year on Thursday, March 26 and Friday, March 27.

The event will include:

  -student oral presentations on Thursday and Friday afternoons

  -a student poster session (tentatively Thursday afternoon)

  -a keynote presentation by JMU alum Dr. Michael Leopold (Dept. of Chemistry, University of Richmond)

Student abstracts will be due on Wednesday, March 4 (the Wednesday before spring break). We will send out another email within the next week with more details and a link to the abstract submission form.  Note that all research-active students are invited to present their work (poster or oral presentation), but they should check with their research advisor before submitting. 

We will also be collecting images (photos, spectra, microscope images, structures, etc.) of your research to be used in the abstract book cover collage.

Get working on those abstracts! Stay tuned for more info...

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March 26: Emerging Leaders (TD1049):

Location: Wine Price Building

Session: 2 of 7

Session Description: When I Grow Up

Session Two will help participants integrate the knowledge they are acquiring with the development needs of those they lead. After completing this session you will be able to:

  • Assist with the development of personal achievement goals
  • Assist with the establishment of individual professional development plans

Presented by: Steve Hedrick, HR Consultant Team Leader, Human Resources

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March 26: Jon Craver - EIR Visit:

Jon Craver - EIR

Want career advice from Jon?

As JMU’s Executive-In-Residence, Jon will be holding office hours in March and April, in Zane Showker Hall Office 532 for individual or small group discussions. Contact Jon or the Center for Entrepreneurship directly to set up a 30 minute appointment to receive invaluable career advice.

jon.d.craver@gmail.com - (703) 851-2755

cfe@jmu.edu

 
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March 26: Career Opportunities at ECS:

Three of our alums, Drew Shontz (class of 1998), Katelyn Vieten (class of 2006) and Joe Meiburger (class of 2003) are coming to the department to give a talk on March 26th at 4 PM in RM 7370. They will talk about their professional lives, current projects and career opportunities with their employer, ECS.

For current internship opportunities with ECS check http://www.ecslimited.com/career-engineering-consulting

This is a good networking opportunity for juniors and seniors.

4:00-5:00 PM
Memorial Hall 7370 MORE >


March 26: Display Name:

Register Today for Virginia Clean Cities' Second Annual Rally at the Raceway

March 26, 2015

4:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Held at the Richmond International Raceway

This is the annual Virginia Clean Cities air quality, alternative fuel vehicle, alternative fuel infrastructure, and fuel savings Rally. 

For more information and to register, visit the VA Clean Cities' website.

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March 26: D.E.E.P IMPACT - Truth or Dare: A Challenge to Disability Stereotypes:

Student Success Center, Room 1075

In partnership with JMU’s Center for Multicultural Student Services (CMSS), the student led D.E.E.P Impact will lead a discussion on disability and stereotypes. A panel of students with disabilities will offer their experiences and perspectives following the discussion.

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March 26: Empower Your Emotional Health:

We are co-sponsering an event with Reel Change Film Festival! Come to Court Square Theatre to see the amazing and empowering documentary, Brave Miss World! Bring your friends for a night of inspiration.

HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!

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March 26: Reel Change Documentary Film Festival:

7 p.m.
Court Square Theater

“Brave Miss World” about former Miss World beauty pageant winner Linor Abargil’s quest to turn a personal tragedy into a global awareness campaign about sexual assault. Followed by a question-and-answer session with Abargil.

Sponsored by the School of Media Arts and Design. Free.

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March 26: Film Screening: Brave Miss World:

Court Square Theater
41 Court Square
Harrisonburg, VA 22801

This film screening is part of the Reel Change Film Festival.

About the film:

Miss Israel Linor Abargil was abducted, stabbed, and raped in Milan, Italy, at age 18. She had to represent her country in the Miss World competition only six weeks later. When to her shock she was crowned the winner, she vowed to do something about rape. The film follows her from the rape, to her crowning and through her crusade to fight for justice and break the silence. During her travels to speak out and meet with other rape victims, her own trauma begins to resurface. Her serial rapist becomes eligible for parole, and she has to hunt down his previous victims in order to help keep him behind bars. The film explores the trauma of sexual assault through one young woman’s journey from teenage rape victim to Miss World to empowered lawyer and activist.

Watch the trailer here.

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March 26: Empower Your Physical Health:

Go to Late Night Breakfast for some free food and look for us to learn what it means to be an active citizen while also creating bars of soap for people who cannot afford hygeine products.

Help us "clean the world!"

CAN'T WAIT TO SEE YOU THERE!

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March 27: 2nd Annual Virginia Student Veterans Conference:

Ted Constant Convocation Center

* The Ted Constant Convocation Center is fully accessible. Please note any accommodations you may require on your registration form.

Second Annual Virginia Student Veterans Conference Invite

Conference Objective

Old Dominion University is hosting its second annual Virginia Student Veterans Conference to build collaboration between student veterans and those who serve them in all of our state higher education institutions. With a theme of "Preparing for Your Next Mission: College, Graduation, and Beyond," the planning team, which includes members from the Virginia Department of Veterans Services and SCHEV, has developed topics that will assist students in making the most of their education, building a solid financial foundation, and securing meaningful employment after graduation. Breakout sessions for faculty and administrators will focus on supporting our student veterans on campus and beyond. Click here for more information and to register!

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March 27: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown (Faculty Community): Location: Rose Library 5230 CFI Resource Room

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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.

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

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

Faculty participants will make progress toward the following scholarship area outcome:

  • Enhancing scholarly productivity.
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March 27: Ambiguity and Unpredictability of Hidden and Invisible Disabilities: A Conversation:

Montpelier Room, East Campus Dining Hall

Working With the Ambiguity and Unpredictability of Hidden and Invisible Disabilities: A Conversation for Faculty, Students, and Staff
The limitations of many disabilities are invisible and unpredictable. As a result, students with chronic and/or mental illness may have challenges with attendance and the ability to meet deadlines.  Faculty and supervisors often have course and employment requirements that intersect with these limitations creating ambiguity for both.


Join with us as we hear briefly from a panel of students, faculty, and ODS staff who have experience navigating these types of conversations, and creating strong proactive contingency plans. Their experiences will lead into facilitated small group discussions where participants will think together about how we address these challenges at the academic level to best address the needs of all.
This session is being facilitated by co-sponsors, 4C Campus Community Civic Collaborative.
Breakfast will be served.

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March 27: Basic Finance & Budgeting: Getting Your Financial Ducks in a Row (TD1373):

Location: Wine Price Building

Session: 3 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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March 27: Coffee and Conversation: The Madison Collaborative provides the time, place, coffee, breakfast snacks, and a provocative prompt. You provide the questions and conversations. Join Liz Johnson, from the Department of Geology and Environmental Science, and others who are using the 8KQ ethical reasoning strategy to learn from our corporate experience. Dr. Johnson used the 8KQ in her Earth Systems and Climate Change course and gave a poster presentation about her experience at the American Geophysical Union Meeting. Please RSVP to mc@jmu.edu by March 23rd. Faculty, staff and administrators are all welcome. MORE >


March 27: Internship 101:

Want an internship, but are not sure where to start? Learn what you need to consider when getting started on your internship search in a small group format.

No SRVP REQUIRED!!!

Check the CAP Calendar!

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March 27: Graduate Student Seminars: Suzanne Allison and Kevin Libuit:

Bioscience 1007

First Year Graduate Student Seminars: Proposed Work


Variation in female reproductive behavior and success of the damselfly, Calopteryx maculata

Suzanne Allison


The relative utility of second and third generation DNA sequencers for investigating plasmid genomes and the microbiome of the Red-Backed Salamander

Kevin Libuit
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March 27: SMAD Connect: Job Opportunities with Technology Companies:

Harrison Hall - Room 102

The Martin Agency could be called "The JMU Agency."

Twenty JMU Dukes now work at The Martin Agency doing everything from design to UX strategy to media relations. These JMU graduates are a big reason why the agency has grown to over 500 people with offices in London, NYC and Richmond and is considered one of the top creative companies in the world.

Come hear Joe Alexander, The Martin Agency's Chief Creative Officer, share his insights about the work and how you, too, can find a job you love, just like your fellow alums.

Join us for this SMAD Connect presentation!

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March 27: Innovation Pitch & Plan!:

Innovation Pitch & Plan!

Madison Business Network is delighted to offer a series in developing and delivering proposals for classes, programs, departmental or center plans, and even startups that are innovative and distinctive.  After two innovation pitch workshops, we are now holding an Innovation Pitch Day. You are invited to present your pitches to recruit partners, request resources, or find customers.

Ice House, Room 117

127 West Bruce Street, Downtown Harrisonburg

Brian Charette

University Planning

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March 27: Innovation Pitch Training - Part 2:

Madison Business Network is delighted to offer a two-part series in developing and delivering proposals for classes, programs, departmental or center plans, and even startups that are innovative and distinctive.  The Friday, January 16 training was so successful that we are repeating the training session by popular demand.  Everyone from both sessions is invited to attend Part II to present their pitches to recruit partners, request resources, or find customers.

Part I Innovation Pitch Training
Friday, March 27, 2015
1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Ice House, Room 117
127 West Bruce Street, Downtown Harrisonburg

Brian Charette is leading the workshop to teach the SRI Innovation Framework that has proven successful worldwide. 

RSVP: cfe@jmu.edu 

Bring a colleague or two to begin designing your next big idea!

Mary Ann Alger, Mary Lou Bourne, Carol Hamilton & Joyce Krech
Madison Business Network

The goal of Madison Business Network is to encourage cross-disciplinary collaborations in entrepreneurship, innovation, business development, job creation and career mentoring across and beyond the campus of James Madison University.

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March 27: Logic and Reasoning Institute Conference on Goedel:

Gödel's Incompleteness Theorems
(A JMU Logic and Reasoning Institute Conference)
Friday, March 27, 2015: 1:00 - 5:30
Wilson Hall 107

Speakers:

Andrea Pedeferri (George Washington University)

Eric Pacuit (University of Maryland - College Park)

David Auerbach (North Carolina State University)

Kurt Gödel, mathematician, logician, and philosopher, is responsible for what may be the most important mathematical result of the 20th century: his famous incompleteness theorem, which states that within any axiomatic mathematical system there are propositions that cannot be proved or disproved on the basis of the axioms within that system. This proof established Gödel as one of the greatest logicians since Aristotle. Its repercussions continue to be felt and debated today.

Co-sponsored by the Cohen Center for Technological Humanism

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March 27: Kurt Gödel Conference:

Location: Wilson Hall, Room 107

Sponsored by JMU Logic and Reasoning Institute
Co-sponsored by the Cohen Center for Technological Humanism
Additional sponsors: College of Integrated Science and Engineering, General Education

Kurt Gödel: mathematician, logician, and philosopher, is responsible for what may be the most important mathematical result of the 20th century: his famous incompleteness theorem, which states that within any axiomatic mathematical system there are propositions that cannot be proved or disproved on the basis of the axioms within that system. This proof established Gödel as one of the greatest logicians since Aristotle. Its repercussions continue to be felt and debated today.

                                                                  —Encyclopedia Britannica

Schedule:

1:30 pm: Where do Gödel’s Theorems Come From? Logic in the First Decades of the 20th Century
             Andrea Pedeferri - George Washington University

2:45 pm: The Many Routes to Gödel’s Theorems
             Eric Pacuit - University of Maryland - College Park

4:00 pm: Are the Gödel Incompleteness Theorems Philosophically Interesting?
             David Auerbach - North Carolina State University

For additional information, please contact the Director of Cohen Center Larry Burton by phone (540-568-4090) or via email (burtonlw@jmu.edu)

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March 27: JMU Logic and Reasoning Institute Conference:

1:30-5:30 p.m.
Room 107, Wilson Hall

The conference focuses on Gödel's Incompleteness Theorems. Speakers are Andrea Pedeferri of George Washington University, Eric Pacuit of the University of Maryland-College Park and David Auerbach of North Carolina State University.

Kurt Gödel, mathematician, logician and philosopher, is responsible for what may be the most important mathematical result of the 20th century: his famous incompleteness theorem, which states that within any axiomatic mathematical system there are propositions that cannot be proved or disproved on the basis of the axioms within that system. This proof established Gödel as one of the greatest logicians since Aristotle. Its repercussions continue to be felt and debated today.

Co-sponsored by the Cohen Center for Technological Humanism, College of Integrated Science and Engineering and General Education.

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March 27: Conference on Gödel's Theorems:

Logic and Reasoning Institute will host a mini-conference, "Gödel's Incompleteness Theorems", on the work of Kurt Gödel Friday, March 27 from 1:30-5:30pm in Wilson Hall Room 107.  More information in poster form.

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March 27: Empower Your Voice:

Come see the photography from this year's 2015Alternative Spring Breaks in Warren Hall, 3rd floor!

Empower Your Abilities for our last Active Citizen's Week event!

Can't wait to see you there!

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March 27: International Student Leadership Conference:

islc logo

"Right? Wrong? Ethical?"

This is the theme of the 2015 International Student Leadership Conference where 250 or so participants gather from approximately 65 countries and 23 institutions.

Being an ethical leader sometimes means having to take actions that are inconvenient and unpopular, but an ethical leader is always one who sees the interconnectedness of individuals, cultures, experiences and passions by implementing multidisciplinary solutions to address complex problems. An ethical leader thinks outside of the box, and relies on others to obtain different perspectives and solutions by trusting and empowering them.

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March 27: islc:

ISLC logo Are you interested in leadership issues? Do you want to connect with globally-minded students from around the world who attend other schools? Do you want to learn? Do you to have fun? Go to ISLC’s webpage to learn more about it and make sure to talk to Thomas Lavenir to register and/or to obtain more information.
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March 27: Reel Change Documentary Film Festival:

7 p.m.
Court Square Theater

“Death Metal Angola,” about a loving Angolan couple, Sonia and Wilker, whose love of death metal music is igniting passions and inspiring hope in the war-torn town of Huambo, Angola. Followed by a question-and-answer session with director Jeremy Xido.

Sponsored by the School of Media Arts and Design. Free.

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March 27: Public Star Party Friday March 27:

Public Star Party October 24 at Astronomy Park

Our monthly star parties is the public's opportunity to come on campus, look through our telescopes, and perhaps see our Moon, Jupiter and its 4 Galilean moons, Saturn and its majestic rings, binary stars and oh so much more!

John C. Wells Planetarium Director and staff will be on hand to answer your cosmic questions and provide impromptu live, star talks highlighting the Valley sky! While our skies are light-polluted, we will show you objects through our telescope that you cannot see with the unaided eye.

Star parties will be held the last Friday of every month, unless otherwise noted below, during the JMU academic year, from September thru to the end of April, at JMU's Astronomy Park located in the meadow behind the physics and astronomy building on the JMU campus east of Interstate 81. Saturdays will serve as inclement weather make-up days. Telescopes will be set-up and available for visitors to use 1 hour after sunset.

Upcoming Dates 2015

  • Friday, March 27
  • Friday, April 24
  • NO star parties in May/June/July/August (late sunset times)

Notice of Postponements

If an event must be postponed due to weather, a notice will be posted by 4 p.m. the day of the event on the planetarium homepage, on Facebook and on Twitter. Saturdays will serve as back-up dates.

Map of astronomy park location

Physics and Chemistry Building Address:

901 Carrier Drive
Harrisonburg, Va. 22807

LEARN more at: http://www.jmu.edu/planetarium/star-parties.shtml

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March 27: A.A.:

March 27 | 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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March 28: 3rd Annual Student Diversity Conference :

Saturday, March 28, 2015 | 9:00a.m.-3:40p.m. | Zane Showker Hall: 

The Student Diversity Council is hosting the 3rd Annual Student Diversity Conference with the theme of "Transitioning Diversity from Campus to Campus."

Breakfast and lunch will be provided at the conference and students have the opportunity to win prizes trhough raffle drawings. 

All majors are welcome to attend the conference!

Please RSVP here by March 25 and please email the Student Diversity Council at jmucob.diversity@gmail.com if you have any food allergies or food preferences.

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March 28: Starry Skies:

7:30-10 p.m.
Edith J. Carrier Arboretum

Partnering with the John C. Wells Planetarium at JMU, Shenandoah Valley Stargazers, Virginia Master Naturalists and JMU students, the arboretum offers a free dark sky program. Educational activities include telescope viewing, stories and poetry reading, guided night walks, education stations and a light pollution discussion.

For information, check http://www.jmu.edu/arboretum.

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March 29: A Latte Jive, Alzheimer's Benefit 5K Run and Concert:

12:30-3 p.m.
Edith J. Carrier Arboretum

Sigma Kappa and Tau Kappa Epsilon co-sponsor “A Walk You’ll Remember,” an annual 5K benefit for the Central and Western Virginia chapter of the American Alzheimer’s Association. Live music at the race conclusion. Runners cool down and enjoy coffee, tea and water, contributed by JMU Catering.

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March 30: Donuts, Decisions, Declarations:

Where: Student Success Center Room 1075, 1st Floor.

All students who are undeclared or looking to change their major are welcome to come to this open event! There will be free Dunkin' Donuts and fun activities to help you find and explore the right major for you.

Sponsored by Career & Academic Planning
Questions? Contact Tracy Hakala at hakalatn@jmu.edu

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March 30: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown (Faculty Community): Location: Rose Library 5230 CFI Resource Room

Click to register


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, and
  • Increasing a sense of belonging to a writing community

Faculty participants will make progress toward the following scholarship area outcome:

  • Enhancing scholarly productivity.
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March 30: Colloquia: Speaker: Elizabeth Brown. Roop 103 3:45-4:45PM. More info here. MORE >


March 30: Visiting Scholar Bob Marshall:

Bob Marshall, Journalist, The Lens

“Losing Ground: Louisiana’s Coastal Crisis”

Monday, March 30, 7 p.m.    

2105 Harrison Hall

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March 30: Visiting Scholars Program Lecture:

7 p.m.
Room 2105, Harrison Hall

Journalist Bob Marshall of “The Lens,” presents “Losing Ground: Louisiana’s Coastal Crisis.”

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

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March 30: ASB Community Celebration: Come celebrate all of the success from the Alternative Spring Breaks! See how you impacted different places around the United States and Central America. MORE >


March 30: Common Ground:

March 30 | 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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March 31: The JMU Registrar's Office (TD1319):

Workshop Description: Have you ever wondered what a day in the life of the Registrar's Office is like? Or maybe you think you already know? Take this opportunity to raise your level of knowledge about student and faculty communications with the Registrar. In this session participants will gain an understanding of what happens in the Registrar's Office including the varied grade processes, course substitution and waiver, transfer credit permission, and major/minor changes. FERPA, and the Privacy Act.

In this session participants will learn about the:

  • Registrar process for class and teaching schedules
  • Permission and override process
  • Add/drop and course adjustment process
  • Student and faculty e-campus capabilities
  • Graduation application process
  • Degree progress report

Presented by: Kurt Johnson, Associate Registrar, Office of the Registrar

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March 31: Stop the Crickets: Engaging Your Audience (TD1967):

Location: Wine-Price Building

Workshop Description: “I want to engage my audience,” is what most who have audiences are expressing. Many people in your audience are tired - at least a third of them just don’t get enough sleep. If not tired, they are used to being continuously engaged by modern technologies: smart phones, Netflix, and social media. Part of your job is to help them stay awake, pay attention, participate in the discussion, and think about what you are saying. No longer will training participants accept speakers talking AT them; they want to be part of the conversation.

In this workshop, participants will:
  • Learn how to create a safe learning environment for workshop participants
  • Explore appropriate strategies to keep workshop participants engaged

  • Demonstrate best-practice facilitation and adult learning techniques

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March 31: Poster Design Workshop:

Hillcrest House

These informal workshops will provide an overview of how to design a poster showcasing your scholarship. Information on campus resources for poster printing will also be discussed. Students will have time to ask questions specific to their own projects. Pre-registration for these workshops is not required.

Resources for Designing Posters

The following resources provide guidelines and information on designing posters. Posters should be 36x48 in dimension. The East Campus Copy Center can print posters for as little as $12. Instructions are included in first link below.

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April 2015

April 1: Class of 2019 Gains Access to Housing System MORE >

April 1: Last day to obtain departmental permission to add a class - 2nd Block MORE >

April 1: Ross Gay - poetry reading MORE >

April 1: 5 Choices (TD1699) MORE >

April 1: Internship 101 MORE >

April 1: Tea Time MORE >

April 1: Poster Design Workshop MORE >

April 1: Poetry Reading: Ross Gay MORE >

April 1: Winning with Money Program MORE >

April 2: Emerging Leaders (TD1049) MORE >

April 2: Graduate Symposium MORE >

April 2: TIAA-CREF One-On-One Counseling Sessions MORE >

April 2: Donuts, Decisions, Declarations MORE >

April 2: Showcase of Graduate Scholarship and Creative Activity Poster Session MORE >

April 2: Distinguished Alum MORE >

April 2: Resume Writing Workshop MORE >

April 2: Graduate reception MORE >

April 3: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown (Faculty Community) MORE >

April 3: Field Trip MORE >

April 3: Andy Clark: Nature-Born Cyborgs? Reflections on Bodies, Minds, and Human Enhancement MORE >

April 3: Student Veteran Professional Development Symposium MORE >

April 3: Cohen Center Lecture Series: Andy Clark MORE >

April 3: Global Connections MORE >

April 3: Philosophy colloquium: "Why Lance Armstrong Didn't Cheat" MORE >

April 3: Easter egg painting MORE >

April 3: A.A. MORE >

April 4: Volunteer to Spruce up Spitzer! MORE >

April 6: Fall Open Enrollment MORE >

April 6: Fall Advanced Registration MORE >

April 6: Post Conflict Recovery Week MORE >

April 6: Clothesline Project MORE >

April 6: Boards, Councils, Volunteers: What Now? (TD1986) MORE >

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

April 6: Boards, Councils and Volunteers: What now? MORE >

April 6: Colloquia MORE >

April 6: Russell Elliot: Reimaging R&B MORE >

April 6: Common Ground MORE >

April 6: Internship 101 MORE >

April 7: VALIC One-On-One Counseling Sessions MORE >

April 7: Pre-Retirement Planning II (TD1604) MORE >

April 7: Student Employment Essentials (TD1462) MORE >

April 7: Graduation Fair MORE >

April 7: Take Back the Night MORE >

April 8: Apply to lead an International OR Domestic 2016 ASB trip! MORE >

April 8: Hiring @ JMU (TD1002) MORE >

April 8: Hiring @ JMU (TD1002) - Session 1 MORE >

April 8: Graduation Fair MORE >

April 8: FLLC Conference: Tolerance MORE >

April 8: Kevin Tucker - EIR Visit MORE >

April 8: Wildflower Walk with the Arboretum Director MORE >

April 8: Understanding the Virginia Sickness & Disability Program (VSDP) (TD1204) MORE >

April 8: Understanding the Virginia Sickness & Disability Program (TD1204) MORE >

April 8: Tea Time MORE >

April 8: Business Meeting MORE >

April 8: Economics and the Gilliam Center Speaker Series: David Colander MORE >

April 8: Special Collections Speaker Series MORE >

April 8: Deadline to submit Senior Honors Project for May 2015 grads MORE >

April 8: Out On Campus Panel MORE >

April 8: Brian Sims MORE >

April 8: Tax Workshop MORE >

April 9: Emerging Leaders (TD1049) MORE >

April 9: Jon Craver - EIR Visit MORE >

April 9: Gay? Fine By Me T-shirt Giveaway MORE >

April 9: Optional Retirement Participants-What to Expect When You Retire (TD1352) MORE >

April 9: Optional Retirement Participants-What to Expect When You Retire (TD1352) MORE >

April 9: No Excuses: Foundations for Accountability, Ethics and Values (TD1833) MORE >

April 9: Peacebuilding and Economic Development in Kosovo (Scholarly Talk) MORE >

April 9: Lecture: Transforming Lives with Russian Literature MORE >

April 9: Departmental Awards Ceremony MORE >

April 10: Brainstorm Conference 2015 MORE >

April 10: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown (Faculty Community) MORE >

April 10: Basic Finance & Budgeting: Getting Your Financial Ducks in a Row (TD1373) MORE >

April 10: Fidelity One-On-One Counseling Sessions MORE >

April 10: Board of Visitors Meeting MORE >

April 10: Looking at human impacts on our environment from a planetary perspective MORE >

April 10: Global Connections MORE >

April 10: A.A. MORE >

April 11: Cherry Blossom MORE >

April 11: Computer Based Praxis Test MORE >

April 11: Friends of Valley Charities Glow 5K MORE >

April 13: Fall Open Enrollment MORE >

April 13: Monarch Butterfly Talk MORE >

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

April 13: Cascade Open Lab Training MORE >

April 13: Colloquia MORE >

April 13: MVS: Lawrence Lessig MORE >

April 13: Deadline to submit Senior Honors Project Application and Proposal MORE >

April 13: Visiting Scholar Judith Jellison MORE >

April 13: Visiting Scholars Program Lecture MORE >

April 13: Common Ground MORE >

April 14: Deadline to withdrawald with W for 2nd Block MORE >

April 14: Phase II Training (TD0607) MORE >

April 14: ICMA-RC One-On-One Counseling Sessions MORE >

April 14: All Together One Community Gathering MORE >

April 14: Give 'em the Pickle (TD1616) MORE >

April 15: December 2015 Graduation Application deadline MORE >

April 15: Hiring @ JMU (TD1002) MORE >

April 15: Hiring @ JMU (TD1002) - Session 2 MORE >

April 15: Wildflower Walk with the Arboretum Director MORE >

April 15: 5 Choices (TD1699) MORE >

April 15: Tea Time MORE >

April 15: Life Insurance Overview (TD1350) MORE >

April 15: Life Insurance Overview (TD1350) MORE >

April 16: Workplace Substance Abuse Management for Supervisors (TD1398) MORE >

April 16: Emerging Leaders (TD1049) MORE >

April 16: Biosymposium 2015 MORE >

April 16: Safe Zone Workshop MORE >

April 16: SMAD Spring Banquet 2015 MORE >

April 16: Visiting Scholars Program Lecture, Alice Butler-Smith MORE >

April 16: Visiting Scholar Alice Butler-Smith MORE >

April 16: The Gluten Lie And Other Myths About What You Eat MORE >

April 16: Sonnets for Teens - workshop MORE >

April 16: Visiting Scholars Lecture MORE >

April 16: Visiting Scholar Elzbieta Gozdziak MORE >

April 16: Visiting Scholars Program Lecture MORE >

April 17: Last Day to complete Incomplete work for Fall semester MORE >

April 17: SMAD Day MORE >

April 17: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown (Faculty Community) MORE >

April 17: Senior Capstone Project Symposium MORE >

April 17: Cultura y Comunidad: Teacher Workshop MORE >

April 17: ISAT Senior Capstone Event MORE >

April 17: Arbor Day Trees and Native Plant Sale MORE >

April 17: VALHEN Lecture: Richmond, Tuscon, and Raza Studies: Educational Equity and Culturally Relevant Curriculum in U.S. Public Schools MORE >

April 17: Global Connections MORE >

April 17: Philosophy colloquium: "Should We Study the History of Philosophy?" MORE >

April 17: Economics Speaker Series: Debra Stevens Fitzgerald MORE >

April 17: A.A. MORE >

April 18: JMU World Cup Soccer Tournament MORE >

April 18: MADE xChange MORE >

April 18: Community Service Day MORE >

April 20: Fairy Houses and Gnome Homes MORE >

April 20: Workshop on Cyber Intelligence MORE >

April 20: MFA Group Show MORE >

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

April 20: Colloquia MORE >

April 20: Common Ground MORE >

April 21: Basic Strategic Planning (TD1772) MORE >

April 21: Cohen Center Lecture Series: James and Marcia Day Childress MORE >

April 21: Poet-Tree reading MORE >

April 21: James Childress and Marcia Childress Lecture MORE >

April 22: Guided Bird Walk MORE >

April 22: Administrative Assistant Day - "Because I'm Happy" (TD1998) MORE >

April 22: Tea Time MORE >

April 22: JMU Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Band MORE >

April 23: Cascade Overview Training MORE >

April 23: JMU JobLink (IT195) MORE >

April 23: Emerging Leaders (TD1049) MORE >

April 23: Wildflower Walk with the Virginia Native Plant Society MORE >

April 23: Telecom, Facility Coordinators & Building Repairs (TD1048) MORE >

April 23: WRTC Awards Ceremony and Reception MORE >

April 23: CoB Welcomes Alice Rivlin MORE >

April 24: WRTC Day and WRTC Faculty Symposium MORE >

April 24: Scholarly Writers' Lockdown (Faculty Community) MORE >

April 24: Art History Alum-Student Luncheon and Art History Forum MORE >

April 24: Time Management: Reducing Stress in Your Life (Workshop) MORE >

April 24: JMU Cyber Security Town Hall Meeting MORE >

April 24: Honors Symposium MORE >

April 24: Global Connections MORE >

April 24: Student Research Symposium MORE >

April 24: A.A. MORE >

April 25: Benefit for the Wounded Warriors of Virginia MORE >

April 26: Spring Picnic MORE >

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

April 27: Colloquia MORE >

April 27: Common Ground MORE >

April 28: Eric Major - IPO Process and Managing a Post-IPO Business MORE >

April 28: Primal Leadership: Unleashing the Power of Emotional Intelligence (TD1823) MORE >

April 29: Tea Time MORE >

April 30: Visiting Scholar Philip Davies MORE >

April 30: End of semester and 2nd block classes MORE >

April 30: Emerging Leaders (TD1049) MORE >

April 30: End-of-year Social MORE >

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