• default image JMU Grad Glad To Be Back in the Classroom as Teacher
    August 31, 2011: Toni South is glad to be getting back into a JMU classroom this fall, this time as a teacher.
  • default image Board of Visitors Orientation
    August 29, 2011: The James Madison University Board of Visitors will conduct a new member orientation on Wednesday, August 31, 2011 at 9 a.m. in the Board Room of the Festival Conference and Student Center. Public comment will not be rec
  • default image Learning Before Classes Begin
    August 29, 2011: They unloaded packed cars, met their roommate, slept the first night in their new bed and now, on their first full day of James Madison University's orientation, students were ready to learn during Preface @ JMU, an inte
  • default image Rogers Wins Warner Scholarship
    August 29, 2011: Congratulations to Casey Rogers (JMU Chemistry, Class of 2012) for receiving The Honorable John W. Warner STEM Teacher Scholarship from the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA).
  • default image Final Comment Opportunity for QEP Proposals Ends Sept. 4
    August 29, 2011: During the final round of public comment on QEP proposals, we're seeking constructive ideas on how to make proposals even better.
  • default image No Time For A Break: Construction Projects Progress in Summer
    August 25, 2011: A lot goes on at JMU during summers, and one of the most noticeable activities is construction.
  • default image JMU Welcomes the Class of 2015
    August 24, 2011: James Madison University's Convocation Center was buzzing with excitement this afternoon as more than 4,100 freshmen gathered with their Freshman Orientation Guides at the official kick-off to August Orientation, the Uni
  • default image Ready, Set to Go!
    August 24, 2011: More than 4,100 freshmen are joining the James Madison University student body for the 2011-12 academic year as the fall semester begins Monday, Aug. 29, when classes meet as scheduled.
  • default image Extreme Makeover Makes Residence Hall One Of A Kind
    August 19, 2011: Walking into the lobby of the newly renovated Wayland Hall you immediately feel like you are somewhere important. You know you are at JMU, but this version of residential living elevates the on-campus experience to new l
  • default image Google It!
    August 18, 2011: Walking into the lobby of the newly renovated Wayland Hall you immediately feel like you are somewhere important. You know you are at JMU, but this version of residential living elevates the on-campus experience to new l
  • default image Schultz' Brain Tumor Research Featured on WVCE
    August 17, 2011: JMU Physics Grad and Chemistry research student, Michael Schultz (JMU 2003), was recently featured on WVCE Richmond Public Radio for his work on compounds that may be used one day to diagnose, image, and treat brain tumors. To hear the interview, visit...
  • default image Traffic Pattern Changes on the JMU Campus
    August 15, 2011: On Monday, August 15, JMU changed the way students, faculty, staff and community members navigate campus...
  • default image Rare Book Still Teaches
    August 15, 2011: "Acts and Monuments of these Latter and Perilous Days" sounds like the latest gloom-and-doom financial tome hitting the bookshelves and zapping into electronic readers. Rather, it is a 1563 first edition volume of John F
  • default image Striking Gold: Student Research Leads to Chance Discovery
    August 10, 2011: After its highly acclaimed inaugural season last year, the Forbes Center for the Performing Arts at James Madison University is excited to announce its 2011-12 season.
  • default image Arts Converge to Make 2011-12 JMU Season
    August 10, 2011: After its highly acclaimed inaugural season last year, the Forbes Center for the Performing Arts at James Madison University is excited to announce its 2011-12 season.
  • Two children sit on the floor with their teacher Intervening for success
    August 1, 2011: Illiteracy dooms people to failure; literacy breeds success. This JMU professor helps schools learn how to intervene early to ensure students' success.
  • Two students read for their teacher Rescuing failing readers
    August 1, 2011: Illiteracy dooms people to failure; literacy breeds success. Yet students from low socio-economic backgrounds are often the very ones struggling to meet educational objectives. But one JMU grad student, a professor and an elementary school beat the...

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