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Why Madison?

Presidential Listening Tour

Alumni in Reston talk with President Alger

JMU graduates are in demand because they are known to be good workers who embrace collaboration. Read More >

Pam Nelson ('82), daughter of Eileen Nelson, faculty emerita at JMU

In Richmond we heard that JMU's study abroad programs prepare students to compete in a global economy. Read More >

Why Madison? - Study Abroad

In Florence, Italy, President Alger and Board of Visitors Rector Joe Funkhouser talk about JMU's study abroad programs. Read More >

Why Madison?

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Why Madison?

  • Why Madison? Presidential Listening Tour 2012 Presidential Listening Tour

    In the short time leading up to and since I took office as president, I acquired a great deal of the knowledge and made the relationships necessary to successfully lead James Madison University. But still there is much for me to learn. I must acquire... Read More

Why Madison Tour Coverage

  • italy_whymadison-172x94.jpg "Why Madison?" Florence, Italy

    President Alger traveled to Florence, Italy to meet with faculty members and students involved in the study abroad program. Read More

  • 042413-alger-abingdon-172x103.jpg "Why Madison?" Abingdon

    Abingdon guests discussed citizenship and ethics, particularly the new university initiative, which we are calling the Madison Collaborative: Ethical Reasoning and Action. Read More

  • 032813-alger-nyc-172x103.jpg "Why Madison?" New York City

    At this event one of the major themes that alumni brought up was the real-world importance of working in teams and how they were able to hone those skills at JMU. Read More


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