• Students that attended International Student Conference
  • INU Student Seminar for Global Citizenship and Peace
  • International Student Conference Attendees
Kosovo Initiative

Kosovo Initiative is centered around the JMU’s vision to be the national model for the engaged university: engaged with ideas and the world, as well as in line with the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Ministry of Education in Kosovo and James Madison University in September 2015. Spearheaded by the Kosovo Task Force, the overall aim of the Kosovo Initiative is to continue supporting the development of higher education in Kosovo as well as develop activities that engage and bring benefit to JMU students and faculty in joint teaching, learning, and scholarship.  

The academic year 2017-2018 included a number of activities focused on exchange of best practices.

For more information, please contact Vesna Hart at hartvx@jmu.edu.

South Central University of Nationalities

The South Central University of Nationalities (SCUN) Faculty Development Program introduces visiting faculty from SCUN, China, to new teaching methodology and provides opportunities for professional development and enhancement of English language skills. Participants build a professional network with JMU faculty and staff and learn about American people and culture. In Spring 2018, seven visiting scholars came to JMU from the schools of business and public administration and in Spring 2019, JMU is hosting three more scholars from the schools of business, tourism, and hospitality.

For more information, please contact Felix Wang at wangch@jmu.edu.

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