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Success, their way

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The multifaceted world of JMU's emerging entrepreneurs.
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Crunch, Shenandoah style

Ryan Gormley and Scott Goldschmidt promote their product, Shenandoah Crunch

"Support your community, satisfy your appetite," is more than a logo for these two JMU student entrepreneurs
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Alumnus leads way in online education
Tony Huffman ('96), founder and CEO of Approved Colleges, advocates the value of online education services.


Will social security be around when you retire?
JMU economics professor's Rosser equation answers questions on social security.


It's not about getting rich
JMU faculty and alumni help students apply creativity and put innovation into practice.


Sometimes it takes a maverick or two
Alumni duo endows Business Plan Competition and engages students with competition and incentive.


The lure of undergraduate research
What nations will dominate the world stage in the future? JMU senior Zachary Ochoa researches the rise of superpowers.


Ethics or the bottom line
Business decisions often affect the environment and the community at large. College of Business Dean Mary Gowan offers insight on making informed decisions.


New fund created for JMU donors to support university innovation
James Madison University is seeking support for an innovative micro-incubator program to launch viable startup companies with products invented by JMU faculty, staff and students.


Strong showing for CSI products
Strength and conditioning products invented at JMU get glowing reviews at trade show.


Wall Street success with some alumni networking help
Come to JMU and you're part of the Madison family. Professors invest in your success; alumni mentor and network in your behalf. Read J.P. Kril's story and see how it works.


HP executive returns to JMU to connect with students
Alumni stay connected to Madison. And that provides an added benefit for JMU students. One example—getting advice on career decisions from one of Silicon Valley's most sought-after executives, John Hinshaw ('92).


Employing a competitive edge
It's real world learning at its best. The JMU Capital Markets Lab gives students access to real-time Wall Street financial data and information technology.