• Photo taken at 2015 Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremony The promise of peace

    Can we build international peace? Partnerships and friendships may be the key says "Madison" magazine's executive editor Andy Perrine in this report on the INU Global Citizenship and Peace Conference

  • Photo to JMU students at the Washington Center Hanging our shingle in D.C.

    JMU's Washington Semester allows students to work full time and take on long-term internship projects in the nation's capital. Now JMU is expanding its presence with the Washington Center

  • top 15 tn Top 15 Social Media Stories of 2015

    2015 was a great year for JMU and many memories were shared by all. For the last "Throwback Thursday" of 2015, we've compiled a chronological list of momentous moments brought to you on our social media channels.

  • Photo of JMU students' Katrina relief efforts The heart of the Harts

    G.J. ('84) and Heather Hart's gift naming the Hart School of Hospitality, Sport and Recreation Management reflects their belief that education produces engaged citizens who give back and change society

  • Kiplinger logo Kiplinger's names JMU a best value college

    In its 2016 rankings, Kiplinger's Personal Finance ranks James Madison University No. 34 in the top 100 Best Values in Public Colleges and No. 164 among all public and private colleges in the company's Top 300 Best College Values

  • Photo of JMU students discussing ethics Ask the right questions

    It is easy to identify poor ethical decisions. Bad moral choices are all over our television, computer and cellphone screens. But, it's more difficult to recognize that our own decision-making skills could be improved

  • Students in drone class Students equip drones to tackle local, global issues

    "We're trying to use technology to find the mines instead of people looking for them on the field," said Barbars, one of two industrial design students on his team and one of 11 ID students participating in the interdisciplinary course investigating how

  • ICAD A return to civility

    Institute facilitates community dialogue on important issues

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