News Tip - Expert Comments on Veteran Treatment October 31, 2013: The United States is good at memorializing veterans and honoring them with material things, but we are not very good at providing assistance to veterans, according to JMU professor of history Dr. Michael J. Galgano.
A chance to discover October 30, 2013: A Hillcrest Scholarship gave honors student Carly Starke the chance to conduct vaccine research for the U.S. government, to share her findings with leaders in the field and to catch a glimpse of her future.
Media Advisory October 29, 2013: Section of West Grace Street to be closed temporarily between Nov. 5 and Feb. 24
A winning combo October 29, 2013: Despite a rigorous athletics schedule, JMU student-athletes have a drive to also excel in academics and organizations outside of their sport. Shannon Rano is one of them.
Leadership on High October 25, 2013: JMU debuts the TEAM Challenge course, UREC's high-ropes course at University Park.
Caring is the goal October 25, 2013: Madison Forever Scholarship donors helped keep Jared Farnsworth a Duke, and he plans to make the most of that assistance.
Embracing Honors challenge October 24, 2013: Despite a rigorous athletics schedule, JMU student-athletes have a drive to also excel in academics and organizations outside of their sport. Sierra Hahn-Ventrell is one of them.
Making music October 24, 2013: JMU students get advice on breaking into the music industry during country music artist Phil Vassar's master class.
Predicting sports success October 11, 2013: JMU undergrad research offers a host of possibilities. Basketball fan John Ellis used his math research to predict sports success.
News Tip − Expert Comments on Syrian Crisis October 10, 2013: It is important to know the players in a crisis like the one that is going on in Syria and realize that there are multiple possible outcomes and a range of consequences for any action that we take, according to JMU associate professor of integrated scienc