• collins-anne.jpg Paying it forward
    May 16, 2017: Alumna Anne Collins shares reasons high-achieving students are attracted to JMU.
  • gabriele-swimmer-mmss17.jpg A fine balance
    May 11, 2017: Biology professor Mark Gabriele ('95) shares the far-reaching effects of the student-athlete experience.
  • wood-cliff-mmss17.jpg A Madison Experience in overtime
    May 10, 2017: Cliff Wood ('88) is proof the Madison Experience doesn't end at graduation.
  • default image JMU to honor May graduates
    May 1, 2017: Commencement ceremonies planned for May 4-6. Arthur Moats ('12), Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker, will serve as guest speaker.
  • trekking-twins-mmss17.jpg 'Trekking Twins'
    April 27, 2017: Twin sisters Sue Hollinger ('58) and Elrose Couric ('58) complete hiking the entire length of the Appalachian Trail.
  • default image Take a child to work at JMU on April 27
    April 26, 2017: The Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Foundation has designated Thursday, April 27 as Take Our Daughters and Sons To Work Day.
  • engineering xChange thumb Engineering diversity on display
    April 26, 2017: Michael Heller, a senior, discusses a low speed wind energy project. The team has designed and constructed a wind turbine capable . . .
  • scholarship winners - thumb High achievers recognized
    April 26, 2017: The Goldwater Foundation named 240 Goldwater Scholars and 307 Honorable Mentions from a pool of . . .
  • football celebration A culture of winning
    April 25, 2017: Madison's unmatched success in athletics in recent years is not happenstance.
  • The Ground Beneath Us start screen How about the ground?
    April 24, 2017: He describes visits to Treblinka, the Nazi death camp in Poland; farm fields in Iowa; rural parts of . . .
  • 2017 ISAT Symposium ISAT poster thumb ISAT Symposium turns 21
    April 22, 2017: The ultimate goal of the project is to explore the agricultural feasibility of growing industrial hemp on small and medium-sized farms in Virginia.
  • april armstrong thumb High-stakes change expert to headline Women For Madison Summit
    April 20, 2017: April Armstrong ('92), CEO of AHA Insight, will discuss "Creating a Life That Counts" as the keynote speaker for the Women For Madison Summit May 19 - 20 at JMU
  • Madison Cup Winners JMU Debate Team Captures Madison Cup
    April 20, 2017: JMU Debate won the the 17th annual Madison Cup on Monday, April 17 at James Madison University.
  • Shannon Richard in the lab - thumb To catch a snake
    April 19, 2017: That's where Flores comes in. Using solvents, he extracts lipids from skin sheds supplied by
  • Student-athletes-table-meeting A balanced equation
    April 18, 2017: Student-athletes have the formula for excelling on the field and in the classroom.
  • Joel Barker Updated Speaker looks to the future
    April 15, 2017: Barker is a futurist, filmmaker and author who will discuss one kind of innovation that he believes will
  • wheelchair basketball Sports as empowerment
    April 13, 2017: The ripple effects of exposure to adapted sport and disability sport can be transformational.
  • Jamie Nicholson women's lacrosse club The club scene
    April 11, 2017: With 50 sport clubs and 23 intramural programs to choose from, there's something for almost everyone.
  • presgraves-swimmer-mmss17.jpg 'All in'
    April 11, 2017: Amanda Presgraves ('16) took the drive to succeed from the swimming pool to entrepreneurship.
  • Madison Hall Landscape Madison Hall reopening
    April 10, 2017: The newly renovated Madison Hall is complete and fully operational.
  • sealthumb.png Board of Visitors Summary of Actions and Discussions
    April 7, 2017: The James Madison University Board of Visitors met Friday, April 7, 2017, in the Board Room of Madison's Festival Conference and Student Center.
  • Olivia Lehman and teammates Achieving success
    April 6, 2017: JMU Athletics is committed to cultivating a quality student-athlete experience.
  • Historic Quad Tunnels Historic Quad tunnels set to reopen in 2018
    March 31, 2017: The historic Quad tunnels will be reinstated for public use in 2018.

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