Ms. Thompson explains the components of her scholarship, which includes choreography, performance, and teaching to audiences ranging from the local campus community to international artists. Her choreography has been selected for choreographer's showcases in Washington, D.C.; Wisconsin, and at American College Dance Festivals.
The Voices of Scholarship is a collaboration between JMU’s Office of Research and Scholarship and the Center for Faculty Innovation. More Voices
November 22, 2013
Courtesy of the Daily News Record
A nearly $300,000 grant will allow James Madison University and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County to continue research on the best ways to maximize success for the "littles" served by the nonprofit mentoring program.
November 21, 2013
While drugs are the typical means to combat harmful bacteria, JMU biology professor Reid Harris is working to replace the chemicals with the use of good bacteria to help fight off athlete’s foot.
November 12, 2013
Though the terms “science” and “culture” do not often come up together in conversation, the two can certainly drive each other in positive ways. At James Madison University, for example, the Department of Integrated Science and Technology often looks at innovative ways to bring these two words together, both locally and internationally.
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