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JMU Health Update - Jan. 25

The university observed 3 new positive cases of COVID-19 at the Health Center over the weekend, putting the total number of active cases at 25.

Page County drug treatment court to launch with boost from JMU professor

With help from JMU Political Science professor Amanda Teye, Page County will launch of a new adult drug treatment court this spring.

JMU Health Update - Jan. 22

The university observed 14 new positive cases of COVID-19 at the Health Center yesterday, putting the total number of active cases at 23.

Duke Hall exhibit to feature work of indigenous, contemporary artist

The work of multidisciplinary artist Skeena Reece will be on display at the Duke Hall Gallery of Fine Art at James Madison University.

Proceeding in a Dynamic Situation

We must proceed into the spring semester with vigilance and caution because there have been significant increases in the viral spread.

MLK Jr. event features expert on indigenizing climate justice

Dr. Michelle Montgomery from the University of Washington Tacoma will be the keynote speaker to kickoff MLK, Jr. Celebration Week.

Big grant funds investigation of life’s earliest stages

Undergraduate students will use genetics, molecular biology, mathematical modeling and artificial neural networks to model protein-DNA interactions.

Statement about violence at the Capitol

James Madison University joins institutions and individuals across the country in condemning the violence in our nation’s capital this week.

COVID-19 Entry Testing Details

Upon return to campus, students will be expected to come to the Convocation Center prior to moving into their residence halls.

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