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JMU expert can discuss sexism in the workplace

Jennifer PeeksMease, a professor of communication studies at James Madison University, is an expert on intersections of identity and work, the cultural production of whiteness, changing organizations for social change and can discuss best methods for combating subtle micro-aggressions women experience in the workplace.

JMU Notifies Community of Fireworks Display Next Week

In conjunction with the 2018 Homecoming activities, James Madison University will put on a brief fireworks display on Friday, October 26.

Female ROTC ranger breaks barriers

Brittani Butler has been selected as the first female in a decade to join James Madison University’s ROTC ranger group.

Literacy night to encourage early learning

The College of Education will be co-hosting a Family Literacy Night in partnership with Elon Rhodes Early Learning Center.

First Sustainable Energy Fair is Sunday

A tiny house built with the environment in mind, solar panels built with the latest technology and electric cars will be among items on display noon Sunday, Oct. 7, at the first Harrisonburg-Rockingham Sustainable Energy Fair.

JMU expert can discuss flu prevention

Audrey Burnett, an associate professor of health sciences at James Madison University, is an expert on infectious diseases and community health and can discuss ways Valley residents and the JMU community can prepare for this year's flu season.

MRDs prep for Macys Parade

The JMU Marching Royal Dukes will return to New York City November 22 for their fourth appearance in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

John Grisham to host James McBride at ‘Writers Hour’ at JMU Oct. 17

Author John Grisham will host host two literary powerhouses on campus, James McBride on Oct. 17 and Alice McDermott in Spring 2019.

JMU No. 2 Best Public Regional U. in the South; No. 2 Most Innovative

The U.S. News' 2019 College Rankings are out, and JMU has again ranked highly in multiple categories.

JMU Board of Visitors meeting notice

The James Madison University Board of Visitors will meet on Friday, Sept. 15, 2018 at 1 p.m. in the Board Room of the Festival Conference and Student Center.

JMU class wins Governor’s Technology Award

JMU X-Labs’ autonomous vehicle class was a winner of the award for innovative use of technology in educating students.

Giving to JMU exceeds $20 million for the first time

James Madison University received $21.4 million during fiscal year 2018 from private donors, representing the largest fundraising year in university history.

JMU ranked in top 25 best public colleges in the nation; Top 10 in the south

MONEY magazine has again identified James Madison University as a great educational investment.

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