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CTA

Dr. David Slykhuis will once again host Content Teaching Academies funded by the Virginia Department of Education late June 2017. Read More >

AFV

Alternative Fuel Vehicle Safety Training coordinated by Virginia Clean Cities. Read More >

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The Furious Flower Poetry Center receives a grant to host, "Facing It: The Poetry of Yusef Komunyakaa" June 18-24, 2017. Read More >

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Dr. Kurt Paterson, Dr. Elise Barrella, and Dr. Yvonne Harris at the Office of Sponsored Programs' 2016 Recognition Reception. Read More >

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Dr. Christine May studying acid rain and the effects on fish species in the Shenandoah National Park. Photo cred: 4-VA Program Read More >

GEM Fair

Local elementary and middle school students attended the annual the Global Entrepreneurship Marketplace Fair to learn more about economics Read More >

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2016 English Access Microscholarship Teacher Trainer Workshop hosted by Dr. Koubek, Associate Professor in the College of Education Read More >

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JMU faculty and students, hosting the Health and Physical Activity Institute. This program has obtained funding every year since 2003! Read More >

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2015 Health and Physical Activity Institute Read More >

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Summer of 2015, students in the Sociology and Anthropology Department discovered archaeological samples from a site in Georgia. Read More >

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A team of undergraduate JMU students are working to develop an air quality sensor for measuring and understanding air quality. Read More >

Students Participating in National Collegiate Wind Competition

The JMU Team competed at the 2014 National Collegiate Wind Competition, hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy.

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Physics undergrad students Kyle Britton (lft) and Graham Gearhart (ctr) discuss infrared power generation with the PI Giovanna Scarel (rt).

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Teacher and student from an Amherst classroom where TTAC staff worked to develop a model classroom.

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PROJECT GO: International Programs increases linguistic and cultural understanding of Kiswahili among ROTC students.

Suitcase Clinic

SUITCASE CLINIC: Nursing and IIHHS delivers a model to provide health care at local homeless shelters.

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Mark Gabriele


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    Please submit your final proposal materials to the Office of Sponsored Programs at least 5 business days in advance of your deadline to avoid delays or missed submissions.

 

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    I am so fortunate to not only pursue my passions but to get to work with such talented and dedicated people interested in affecting change in our community. Read More >

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    Nash, an associate professor of integrated science and technology who specializes in archaeology, has been looking . . . Read More >

Events

  • Jun 14: Featured Funding: NSF Faculty Early Career
  • Nov 20: JMU Closed for Thanksgiving Break
  • Dec 22: JMU Closed for Winter Break
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