• schwartz-1048 Art and everything else
    January 31, 2018: Professor Kathy Schwartz champions the role of art education in a visual world.
  • Snake coiled on arm To catch a snake
    January 23, 2018: Understanding chemical signals that snakes use to communicate is critical to breaking the invasive species' hold in the Everglades.
  • Spraggs Portrait Alumnus helps JMU students 'engineer' career success
    January 18, 2018: Nearly 40 years after his own graduation from JMU, Spraggs is happy to share some advice garnered from a career of government and business service.
  • Dylan Russell Bright Lights-1 'A great and worthwhile challenge'
    January 16, 2018: JMU senior Dylan Russell has applied his studies in economics and international affairs during a pair of service-based internships.
  • khan and barker-bright light Creating dialogue
    January 11, 2018: Recent graduates Najeeha Khan and Kayla Barker bring the resources and knowledge they've gained at JMU home to promote discussion and civic engagement.
  • Patra Reed portrait Continuum of care
    January 4, 2018: A graduate of JMU's Doctor of Nursing Practice program, Patra Reed ('93, '16D) is driving change and improving health in her community.
  • Rose portrait A candid conversation with Linwood H. Rose
    December 14, 2017: Former JMU President Linwood Rose reflects on what made "Uncle Ron" great.
  • Carrier illustration by Sonia Roy Remembering Ronald E. Carrier (1932-2017)
    December 13, 2017: Ronald E. Carrier catapulted JMU to prominence during his 27-year-presidency
  • 2017 algae research thumb It's not just an eyesore
    November 30, 2017: The research will involve lots of laboratory work, where students will help identify the bacteria.
  • cob-rendering-5 Envision the future
    November 15, 2017: Construction on the new College of Business Learning Complex is slated to begin in Fall 2018, with an opening planned for Fall 2020.
  • default image Board of Visitors Summary of Actions & Discussions
    November 10, 2017: The James Madison University Board of Visitors met Friday, Nov. 10, 2017
  • group photo thumb Projects get funding boost
    November 9, 2017: The grants support faculty efforts that contribute to 4-VA initiatives related to research and instruction.
  • William Chapman thumb Chapman exemplifies resilience
    November 6, 2017: Marine Corps veteran William Chapman overcame many obstacles to become an excellent student in CoB.

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