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JMU Board of Visitors to meet this week

The James Madison University Board of Visitors will meet on Friday, September 24 at 8:30 am in the Festival and Student Conference Center. 

Gilliam Center for Entrepreneurship launches seed fund for student startups

The Gilliam Center for Entrepreneurship at James Madison University is launching the Bluestone Seed Fund to support venture investing for student-led startups.

JMU expert: College athletes increasingly open about mental health

Discussing mental health and how to cope with various stressors is becoming more common among college athletes says JMU expert Bob Harmison.

JMU will help increase preschool access, equity with new $3.6 million grant

James Madison University today announced the receipt of a $3,654,000 grant to increase access to early education in several cities and counties across Virginia.

JMU recognizes 2020 graduates at in-person ceremony

Commencement ceremonies will be held on Friday, Sept. 3, 2021 at 5pm and 7:30pm in the Atlantic Union Bank Center. 

JMU Board of Visitors Executive Committee to meet Tuesday

The Executive Committee of the Board of Visitors will meet on Tuesday, September 7 at 3:00 p.m.

JMU partnership with Shenandoah Valley Airport leads to new features in airline terminal

As passenger travel rebounds following pandemic lock-downs, Duke Dog is ready to welcome travelers to the Shenandoah Valley Airport.

JMU precautionary flood actions

Ahead of forecasted weather this week due to Tropical Depression Ida, JMU is sharing some important reminders on how to prepare for and protect against potential flooding on and off campus.

James Madison University welcomes new chief of police

James Madison University today announced Anthony Matos as the new chief of university police

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