Dr. Christine May studying acid rain and the effects on fish species in the Shenandoah National Park. Photo cred: 4-VA Program Read More >
Local elementary and middle school students attended the annual the Global Entrepreneurship Marketplace Fair to learn more about economics Read More >
2016 English Access Microscholarship Teacher Trainer Workshop hosted by Dr. Koubek, Associate Professor in the College of Education Read More >
JMU faculty and students, hosting the Health and Physical Activity Institute. This program has obtained funding every year since 2003! Read More >
2015 Health and Physical Activity Institute Read More >
Summer of 2015, students in the Sociology and Anthropology Department discovered archaeological samples from a site in Georgia. Read More >
A team of undergraduate JMU students are working to develop an air quality sensor for measuring and understanding air quality. Read More >
The JMU Team competed at the 2014 National Collegiate Wind Competition, hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy.
Physics undergrad students Kyle Britton (lft) and Graham Gearhart (ctr) discuss infrared power generation with the PI Giovanna Scarel (rt).
PROJECT GO: International Programs increases linguistic and cultural understanding of Kiswahili among ROTC students.
SUITCASE CLINIC: Nursing and IIHHS delivers a model to provide health care at local homeless shelters.
Dr. Heydari Receives External Funding for a Cyber Defense Boot Camp for High School Technology Teachers
Drs. M. Hossain Heydari, Brett Tjaden, and Xunhua Wang, Professors in the Computer Science Department, have been awarded two grants ... Read More >
Dr. Linder Receives External Funding to Instruct Teachers of the Chesapeake Bay and its Watershed
Dr. Fletcher Linder, Director of the Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies Department, has been awarded $4,650 from the Chesapeake Bay ... Read More >
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