• Nursing Grant thumb School of Nursing gets $2.7 million

    The James Madison University School of Nursing will receive $2.7 million in federal grant money over the next four years

  • mm-goodall-farm Protecting our waterways

    JMU students work at a Madison County, Virginia, farm to protect the water quality of a river tributary.

  • MM-Music makers Music makers

    Engineering and music education students make sure everyone gets to play an instrument.

  • Arushi Sachan Who in the world comes to JMU?

    JMU welcomes the world's students with challenging academics and a friendly environment.

  • Honors College Hillcrest exterior Honors: Worth the challenge

    Students in the Honors College at JMU embrace high expectations as they pursue their dreams.

  • hacking for diplomacy - McCarthy Hacking for Diplomacy

    In 2017, JMU offered the only H4Di course in the country at JMU X-Labs and was the first in the nation to offer it exclusively to undergraduate students.

  • Proulx sweeping for clues Sweeping for clues

    The project offers a rare opportunity for a geophysicist to be involved in restoring the humanity of a forgotten community.

  • Jewel Hurt SGA president making her mark on Madison

    Jewel Hurt embodies civic enagement and public service.

  • Madison Investment Fund - Teaching High School Students - 2018 Student MIF Members 'Pay it Forward'

    Madison Investment Fund group brings in almost 50 high-school students to teach them how to invest in their future.

  • Lauren Stearns, Media Fellow Apply now for a Media Fellow

    Want classroom support for your digital projects?

  • Emergence Design 07 Design for good

    Creative brainstorming between graphic and industrial design students bridges the gap between disciplines.

  • cyber-hygiene-bootcamp-7-234788.jpg Cyber Hygiene Bootcamp

    A workshop for K-12 teachers in Virginia urges participants to make cyber hygiene a routine part of daily life.

  • Keister Photo Story 02 How does your garden grow?

    JMU professor and students form gardening partnerships with Harrisonburg elementary schools.

  • schwartz-1048 Art and everything else

    Professor Kathy Schwartz champions the role of art education in a visual world.

  • Snake coiled on arm To catch a snake

    Understanding chemical signals that snakes use to communicate is critical to breaking the invasive species' hold in the Everglades.

  • Dylan Russell Bright Lights-1 'A great and worthwhile challenge'

    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

    Recent graduates Najeeha Khan and Kayla Barker bring the resources and knowledge they've gained at JMU home to promote discussion and civic engagement.

  • Signature Little Jimmy Statue Building a civic-minded society

    At the university named for James Madison, civic engagement has taken on a whole new meaning.

  • Patra Reed portrait Continuum of care

    A graduate of JMU's Doctor of Nursing Practice program, Patra Reed ('93, '16D) is driving change and improving health in her community.

  • 2017-HIST422-thumbnail.jpg History class goes high tech

    Andrew Witmer's HIST 422 course incorporates technology to elevate learning about historic buildings from the early American republic.

  • 2017 algae research thumb It's not just an eyesore

    The research will involve lots of laboratory work, where students will help identify the bacteria.

  • group photo thumb Projects get funding boost

    The grants support faculty efforts that contribute to 4-VA initiatives related to research and instruction.

  • default image AASCU Honors JMU Engagement

    AASCU Honors JMU Engagement

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