One Book, One Harrisonburg
In collaboration with the MC and others, the...
AAC&U Article: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries with Civic Literacy
Dean Mary Gowan from JMU's College of Business...
Field Experiences for IDLS 400 Students
Spring 2015 brought exciting and eye-opening...
QEP: The Madison Collaborative is for Everyone
Presenting the third installment in our series about our Quality Enhancement Plan, The Madison Collaborative: Ethical Reasoning in Action. This edition again features faculty involved in creating the QEP, but it gives specific examples of how they envision integrating the “Eight Key Questions” into existing course work. It’s a fascinating look at how The Madison Collaborative can make its way into nearly every discipline across the curriculum.
Our accrediting body, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, will be here for their campus visit during the first week of April. Along with working to reaffirm our accreditation, we will be seeking approval of our QEP. This is an exciting venture for our university and has the potential to transform JMU into a community recognized for producing thoughtful, engaged citizens who apply ethical reasoning to confront the challenges of the world.