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Expert available to discuss teachers' strikes

Bill White is available to discuss what causes teachers to go on strike, as well as the positive and negative effects they have on the education system. 

JMU professor awarded for work in civil rights history 

Dr. Gwyneth Mellinger has won the 2019 Farrar Award in Media & Civil Rights History for her article "An Idea Before Its Time: Charles S. Johnson, Negro Columnist.”

Next Dean of Libraries Announced

James Madison University announces the appointment of the next dean of Libraries.

JMU professor spearheads RAM clinic

Remote Area Medical is an organization based in Knoxville, Tennessee that collaborates with host groups all around the country to hold its clinics.

Paralympic athletes to lead kinesiology lab

Three Paralympic athletes and three accomplished wheel chair basketball players from the Charlottesville Cardinals will lead a pair of Paralympic Skill Labs.

Students to present at premier IT conference

Knupp and Allen will be the only undergraduate students presenting by themselves Wednesday, Feb. 20, at the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative annual conference.

Elementary partners with JMU for energy activities

Students at Berkely Glenn Elementary School will examine where energy comes from through various activities.

Chemistry professor earns $100,000 research award

Paul Raston, an assistant professor of Chemistry at James Madison University, has been awarded a $100,000 Cottrell Scholar Award.

ROTC luncheon to honor Vietnam veterans

James Madison University ROTC is hosting 5th annual Vietnam War Commemoration Luncheon on Friday, February 15, from 10:45 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Experts can discuss aspects of Valentine's Day

Marketing professional and relationship expert can discuss retail trends and the key to heartfelt gift giving on Valentine's Day. 

Students advocate for immunization programs

Four James Madison University nursing students and their advisor have been selected to attend the annual Shot@Life Champion Summit

Unique Insight into the Upcoming Super Bowl

Faculty with JMU offer insight into their experiences in managing the logistics of an event of this magnitude and examine questions that aren't often making headlines.

 


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