Deeper than Darwin
Smithsonian systematic ichthyologist Carole Baldwin ('81) does Darwin's Beagle one better. The lead scientist on IMAX Galapagos, just out on DVD, plunges underwater in a submersible to identity new fish species.
Riffing on the
With the United States on a mission to establish democracy in Afghanistan and Iraq, three JMU professors discuss constitution making. A round-table discussion.
Comfort in numbers
Longtime JMU benefactor Alvin Baird, who helped create JMU's Attention and Learning Disabilities Center, invests another $1 million to help JMU professors and students research a disability affecting 2 million children.
You're a force on this earth
Madison's own Joan of Arcadia creator, Barbara Hall ('82), returns to campus for commencement and tells graduates to change the world. Plus: some photos from graduation.
Professor up a tree
Jane Marshall ('61) writes about sociology and anthropology professor Elmer Smith. Another installment in Montpelier's CASE Award-winning Professors You Love column written by you, the readers of Montpelier.
Student-photographer Casey Templeton ('06) shines light on the leadership of EMT and student-volunteer Andrea Fischetti ('04) in the classroom, Harrisonburg Rescue Squad, SGA and emergency room.
Creating artful minds
Art education professor Kathy Schwartz is the National Art Education Association's Virginia Art Educator of the Year for higher education.
Capturing moments in time
Alumnus Nelson Cragg ('00) wins the Conrad L. Hall Heritage Award from the American Society of Cinematographers.
can't improve on the original
Alumni help restore James Madison's Montpelier estate with a full-scale facelift to make the legacy of the fourth president and Father of the Constitution more tangible.
With the departure of Sherman Dillard, brand new head coach Dean Keener promises a rebound of Electric Zoo spirit. Also: field hockey senior finishes 33rd in Boston Marathon.
Letters to the editor, message from JMU President Linwood H. Rose, student awards, Madison wheels, professors' books and more news.
A campus chapel, Back in the 'Burg, JMUWorks, books, and lotsa active and exciting alumni enterprises.