• Taking on Tomorrow - Rebecca Brannon- thumb Recognizing history as more than just facts
    January 29, 2016: Virginia is a place that values history, and many of its citizens are interested in its role in the Revolution, the Civil War and early presidents
  • Daily Duke Logo Students go crazy for MADLab
    January 27, 2016: Students helping students, it's something we love to see at JMU. In the MADLab, peer educators teach their fellow students how to use a variety of creative applications, including Photoshop, InDesign and Garage Band as well as photo and video...
  • Madison Scholar Thumbnail Latest Faculty Accomplishments
    January 27, 2016: Dr. Kenneth R. Rutherford (Director, Center for International Stabilization and Recovery; Professor, Political Science) received $30,924 from the U.S. Department of State
  • jimmyhead Make-up days for canceled classes announced
    January 26, 2016: Official make-up days for classes canceled due to Winter Storm Jonas have been announced
  • wilson University prepares for winter weather
    January 21, 2016: Current forecasts call for heavy snows beginning Friday afternoon and continuing through Saturday. The university continues to monitor the forecast and make appropriate preparations
  • Eisler research thumb How a JMU professor is filling the knowledge void about battery-powered cars
    January 21, 2016: Since Toyota started producing its Prius model in 1997, millions of hybrid-electric vehicles have been sold around the world
  • Daily Duke Logo New recreational facility 'wows' students
    January 20, 2016: A record setting number of students visited JMU's newly expanded recreational facility known as "UREC" since the start of the new semester.
  • Diane Nash at 2016 MLK Formal Program Love drives civil rights movement
    January 19, 2016: Diane Nash, civil rights activist and businesswoman, explains agape love to audience at JMU's Martin Luther King Jr. Day observance
  • honor program presentation small Honors College status advances
    January 15, 2016: A major James Madison University initiative to elevate its strong Honors Program to the level of an Honors College took a step toward realization at the Jan. 15 meeting of the Board of Visitors
  • sealthumb.png Board of Visitors Summary of Actions / Discussions
    January 15, 2016: The James Madison University Board of Visitors met on Friday, January 15, 2016
  • 2017 March and Speak Out JMU honors King with weeklong celebration
    January 15, 2016: One of the pioneers of the Civil Rights Movement, whose involvement dates to her college days, honors the life of her colleague Martin Luther King Jr.
  • convo-crowd-thumb Welcome, Class of 2020
    January 13, 2016: Congratulations to all the future Dukes accepted last night through early action. We can"t wait to see you on campus for CHOICES, a special open house for accepted students.
  • 4-VA Grant Recipients 4-VA grants give boost to collaborative projects
    January 8, 2016: The grants, which range from $4,000-$7,700, support faculty efforts that contribute to 4-VA initiatives related to research and instruction. Potential outcomes include shared courses, redesigned courses or collaborative research
  • default image Hoverboards prohibited in JMU campus buildings
    January 7, 2016: Due to concerns from the Consumer Product Safety Commission and guidance from the Virginia State Fire Marshal regarding the safety of hoverboards, JMU has decided to prohibit the devices in all JMU-owned buildings
  • Dr. Chris Hughes wins Outstanding Faculty Award Physics Professor Hughes earns state's highest award for faculty
    January 4, 2016: It was an honor just to be nominated for the award knowing the others from JMU who were nominated. That's a distinguished crowd right there

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