Editor's Picks

  • Valley Scholars at Oakview Realizing the dream

    Twenty-six members of the first graduating class of Valley Scholars are set to enter JMU as freshmen in the fall.

  • Megan Ross with bird Caring for the creatures

    Megan Reinertsen Ross (’96) is the first female director of Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo.

  • John Rose drawing Snuffy Cartoonist looks back on career

    John Rose ('86) is the cartoonist behind the Snuffy Smith comic strip.

  • Foundation 50th Warren Coleman What's next for the JMU Foundation?

    New CEO Warren Coleman looks to build upon the organization's success.

  • 2019 WFM scavenger hunt 'Inspiring beyond measure'

    Women for Madison event brings together alumnae for a weekend of fun, fellowship and inspiration.

  • Honor Flight Dianne Honoring the sacrifice

    More than 250 area veterans have been transported to the Washington, D.C., war memorials since the Top of Virginia chapter's first mission in October 2016.

  • Dance for PD thumbnail And they danced

    Two JMU colleges team up to offer an internationally acclaimed dance therapy program to community members with Parkinson's disease.

  • Chemistry REU program The sound of science

    Deaf, hard-of-hearing and hearing individuals come together in the summer at JMU to study chemistry.

  • ASB Lupe trip Students assist immigrant communities

    Alternative Break Program offers direct service and education opportunities.

  • Intelligence hackathon group Intelligence hackathon

    JMU students spent the first day of their spring break developing surveillance devices for a federal contractor in North Carolina.

  • foundation 1969 Wilson road A firm foundation

    The JMU Foundation, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, has left a lasting legacy and looks toward a promising future.

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