Editor's Picks

  • MLK Week 2018 - march Looking forward, looking back

    Students, faculty and the community gathered in January to celebrate and honor the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr.

  • Braswell-3 Lessons learned from JMU

    U.S. Coast Guard commander Anderson Braswell ('06) says JMU produces leaders who understand teamwork.

  • kirk cox looking at papers Bridging the divide

    Kirk Cox ('79), the new speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates, is urging his colleagues on both sides of the aisle to practice "integrity, civility and grace."

  • Emergence Design 07 Design for Good

    Creative brainstorming between graphic and industrial design students bridges the gap between disciplines.

  • NEA grant Stringham Putting life's lessons in song

    Music and social work students encourage former inmates to open up and share their stories.

  • cyber-hygiene-bootcamp-7-234788.jpg Cyber Hygiene Bootcamp

    A workshop for K-12 teachers in Virginia urges participants to make cyber hygiene a routine part of daily life.

  • Keister Photo Story 02 How does your garden grow?

    JMU professor and students form gardening partnerships with Harrisonburg elementary schools.

  • Photo from cover of Carrier's book Dr. Carrier's book released posthumously

    Reserve your copy of Carrier's book 'Building James Madison University: Innovation and the Pursuit of Excellence.'

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Madison is an official publication of JMU and is produced by the Division of University Advancement for alumni, parents of JMU students, faculty, staff, and friends of JMU.

The print edition of Madison publishes three times a year, and digital editions of the magazine are available in the months in between.

   

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