Video game medicine January 28, 2012: Hand-held video games can be a much-needed distraction for children dreading a looming procedure like the discomfort of a CAT scan or the pain of a burn dressing. So Mike Miriello ('09M) founded PlayTime to 'help kids be kids' when...
Langridge Appointed Acting VP for Advancement January 26, 2012: Nick Langridge will serve as the acting vice president for university advancement upon Dr. Joanne Carr's retirement at the end of February.Langridge, who is assistant to th
Scientific Society Names Dilts a Fellow January 23, 2012: Dr. Judith A. Dilts, associate dean of the College of Science and Mathematics and professor of biology, joins a select group of scientists as one of the 2012 Fellows of the America
A love for the learning process January 1, 2012: Amadi Azikiwe is professor, conductor, violist and much more. "I take very seriously the idea that the teacher should be a teacher and a mentor," he says. His classrooms offer a chance to build skills and careers.
JMU in Sweden January 1, 2012: Already a national leader in study abroad participation, JMU is heading an international consortium of higher education institutions to develop new study programs and exchange opportunities, and foster collaborative research and service projects.
100 percent January 1, 2012: For the second year, every student caller in the Madison Connection program has made a financial gift to JMU. Now that's commitment!
Advancing her career goals January 1, 2012: Rigorous classes, high expectations and demanding work haven't deterred this pre-med student. Involved professors, inspiring service projects and the chance to help others make it worthwhile.
Ray Sonner Story January 1, 2012: Even without the help of a guardian angel like Clarence, it's easy to see the profound impact Ray Sonner has had on JMU.