Educators from a number of central Shenandoah Valley schools districts will be among nearly 150 participants in the second annual K-12 STEM Educators Workshop on Friday, February 27 at James Madison University.
JMU's bachelor of arts degree in Earth science has been selected as one of 11 projects across the state to receive a 2014 Programs that Work award from the Virginia Mathematics and Science Coalition.
Life in many developing countries around the world is often typified by government corruption, poverty, low standards of living and limited human rights. Rather than let such injustices pass before his eyes and do nothing, JMU Integrated Science and Technology professor, Zack Bortolot, stepped forward to help.
The Shenandoah Valley Spay/Neuter Clinic began collaborating with the JMU Geographic Science Program (GS) two years ago in an effort to reduce medically unnecessary euthanasia.