One of the fastest growing and most important employment sectors involves computer science. Every industry from art to zoology uses computers in multiple ways, making it a field with a limitless future.
A group of seven female JMU students along with Dr. Jacquelyn Nagel attended the annual Women in Engineering day hosted by the Lockheed Martin site in Manassas, VA on January 17th, 2014.
Wind energy at JMU provides research, education, and outreach opportunities to the JMU campus, the state, and the region. More information can be found on the Virginia Center for Wind Energy website.
The culturally anchored game ERAMAT!, designed by a team of faculty and students from both ISAT and the Office of International Programs, is an example of a project that brings science and culture together.