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  • Oct 27
    Visiting Scholar: Dr. Alice Honig

    Dr. Alice Honig, past president of the International Association of Infant Mental Health, will be in Harrisonburg on October 27.  Dr. Honig studied with Jean Piaget and has authored over two dozen books on child development. There are several opportunities for community members to meet her before and after her presentation at Memorial Hall. Registration is required for some events.

    9:30-10:30: Parents meet Dr. Honig at the Young Children's Program

    11:30-1:00: Lunch with JMU Faculty

    2:00-3:00:   Meet & Mingle with Community Partners  Memorial Auditorium 

    3:00-4:00:   Infant Mental Health: Insurance for our Future    Presentation by Dr. Alice S. Honig 

    4:00-5:00     Q & A Session with Dr. Honig

    Collaborators: Department of Early Elementary & Reading, Visiting Scholars Program, Region 5 T/TAC @ JMU, Smart Beginnings

  • Oct 30
    Coffee and Conversations on Ethical Reasoning

    The Madison Collaborative provides the time, place, coffee, breakfast snacks, and a provocative prompt. You provide the questions and conversations. Join others who are using the 8KQ ethical reasoning strategy to learn from our corporate experience. Please RSVP to by October 24.

    All faculty, staff, and administrators are welcome.

    Location: Memorial Hall, Hiner Room. 

  • Oct 31
    Deadline to submit 2015-2016 Student Teaching Applications

    Deadline to submit 2015-2016 Student Teaching Applications to the Education Support Center, MEMH Room 7230

  • Nov 10
    Orientation Meeting for Spring 2015 Student Teachers

    Orientation Meeting for Spring 2015 Student Teachers Memorial Hall Auditorium

  • Nov 10
    Deadline to submit requirements for Spring/May 2015 Student Teaching

    Deadline to submit requirements for Spring or May 2015 Student Teaching to the Education Support Center, MEMH 7230.

  • Nov 11
    Veterans Day Performance

    7-8:30 p.m.
    Grafton-Stovall Theatre

    JMU students present “In Our Own Voice: Women Veterans Tell Their Story” by playwright Beverly Coyle, a production of the Psychotherapy and Spirituality Institute. The 90-minute program is a play-in-monologues, drawn from interviews given by women veterans and those still serving in the Armed Forces, and a discussion with the audience, led by a mental health professional and women veterans.

  • Nov 15
    Academic Open House

    Join the College of Education by taking part in this Fall Academic Open House!

    You will learn more about:

    Academic Programs
    Diversity Programs
    Financial Aid
    General Education Program
    Honors Programs
    Services provided to JMU students
    Study Abroad Programs

    You can participate in:

    Campus tours
    Residence hall tours
    Student Organization Fair
    University Recreation Center Open House

    CoE Licensure Program Sessions are from

    10-10:45; 11-11:45 in Taylor Hall, 4th Floor

    Inclusive Early Childhood

    Elementary Education

    Teaching English as a Second Language

    Special Education

    Middle Education

    Secondary Education

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