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Madison readers have access to the magazine in both print and digital editions. The print edition of Madison publishes three times a year, and digital editions of the magazine are available in the months in between!

Madison, the tablet edition, is the 2015-16 Grand Award winner for Electronic and Digital Media, presented by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education Southeast District III.

 

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    Editor's Picks

  • 12-rebound-koren-esposito.jpg It's all about how you rebound

    JMU alums Shaina Koren ('11) and Mike Esposito ('10) captivate audiences, raise awareness about adaptive sport ...

  • spatial history borg and andrick When worlds come together

    A JMU history professor and a geographic information science specialist are developing an affordable, interactive mapping tool ...

  • dan schill portrait Dialed in

    What communication resonates with the undecided voter to cast his or her ballot for a particular candidate? ...

  • ireland trip documentary Teaching an old culture new tricks

    A nonprofit organization in County Clare, Ireland, has a toolkit to help preserve the region's rich oral history thanks to a visit from JMU professors and students ...

  • cmss selma bridge Walking the walk

    Experiential learning trip follows the Freedom Riders of the 1960s through Alabama and Georgia ...

  • model simulation profiles Modeling the world

    Students hone their diplomacy and debate skills in international simulations ...

  • Jeff Tickle gift Support for engineering

    The world needs engineers. And not just any engineers, Jeff Tickle ('90) says, "but those who can understand process, how to do things." ...

  • Copperman with Dierks Bentley - thumbnail Nashville connection

    A bevy of talented JMU alumni musicians and songwriters now call Music City home ...

  • illustration for motivating middle schoolers Motivating middle schoolers

    Researchers, teachers team up to elicit students' best efforts ...

  • Lucy Simms - hallway - thumbnail Local history comes to life

    A cross-disciplinary team of JMU students help tell the story of Harrisonburg's iconic African-American educator ...

  • sga-lobbying-1024.gif Civic engagement in Virginia's Capitol

    Widespread participation in civic life is part of the Madison Experience. Case in point: SGA's annual trip to Richmond, Virginia, to meet with legislators ...

  • blake-josh-license.gif A brave new world

    Natural User Interface community leader Joshua Blake ('05) offers advice to fellow "computer nerds" on crafting a career and becoming an entrepreneur ...

  • Photo of JMU women's volleyball Performance and health

    Integrated Health and Sports Performance Model helps student-athletes realize their full potential ...

  • Photo of JMU alum Kara McGuirk-Allison On her 'A' game

    "By the age of 28, I had my dream job," says Kara McGuirk-Allison ('95), "and it would never have happened without the connections and foundation I received from JMU." ...

  • Photo of JMU student doing research A visionary $2.5 million investment

    Jeff Tickle's gift to the College of Integrated Science and Engineering supports JMU's efforts to produce engineers focused on problem-solving ...

  • Photo of Joe Showker teaching digital ethics The good, the bad, and the downright dangerous

    Joe Showker's ('79) foresight in computer literacy and Internet safety became a clarion call for digital ethics ...

  • Photo of CVPA Dean George Sparks at IVS seminar with JMU students The art of finding the best solution

    Creative solutions to problems benefit from the power of a multidisciplinary approach. And arts and humanities play a significant role in the process of innovation ...

  • Photo of professor Dennis Blanton and Avery Jones examining artifacts Redrawing Soto's map?

    JMU anthropologist Dennis Blanton and his students are analyzing physical artifacts that are leading researchers to question the path of 16th-century Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto's expedition ...

  • Image from JMU Drones Project demonstration The challenge of drones

    Are drones good or bad, an advantage or an affliction? Recently, JMU students from majors across the arts, humanities and sciences took on the challenge of harnessing drone technology to better society. ...

  • default image JMU alumni rise to the Challenge

    It's a form of grassroots philanthropy, and it goes by a number of titles: crowd funding, peer-to-peer, the ground game. It is a major way to raise funds and awareness for a cause. And it's arrived at a JMU alumni chapte ...

 

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