Crossroads Welcomes New Board Members
Crossroads to Brain Injury Recovery is pleased to announce Amy Homan DePoy of Rockingham County and Jessica James of Harrisonburg and Dr. Linda Meyer of Waynesboro have joined Crossroads to Brain Injury Recovery as new members of the Board of Trustees.
Students Design Caregiver Tech at Hackfest
The Lindsay Institute for Innovations in Caregiving's recently hosted a 'Caring for the Caregiver' Hackfest in Richmond attended by a JMU team.
Valley Program for Aging Services (VPAS) has recently added two new programs.
Senior Transportation provides non-medical transportation for adults 60 years or older living within the City of Harrisonburg. Riders can request trips to local destinations such as the grocery store, bank, beauty shop, pharmacy, etc.
Pre-Med Student Interns at National Cancer Institute
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to spend the summer working with nationally and internationally known doctors and researchers?
Promoting Healthy Communities
Eleven Latino men and women from the Central Shenandoah Valley recently received certification as lay health promoters in their communities through Promotores de Salud.
The Institute for Innovation in Health and Human Services (IIHHS) engages students in career preparation by promoting scholarship, providing interprofessional learning experiences, and connecting our campus with communities through innovative programs that advance the quality of life.
We will be a nationally recognized model for university, student and community engagement dedicated to improving the human condition.