Coached by experience
It was a chance to be coached by those with experience, including two Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists. JMU student journalists joined 40 students from around the world honing their writing, photojournalism and online video skills in Urbino, Italy.
Right on Target
JMU student and Harrisonburg native wins national archery title.
No clowning around for this Navy 'bozo'
A leadership class at JMU influenced his decision to join the Navy. "Dr. [Mark] Warner is the type of professor that makes you want to work that much harder, not for the grade, but to make him proud," says David Bankart ('99).
Flowing by design
ISAT majors Nicolas Jaramillo and Bonnie Tang helped create wetlands at Rockingham Memorial Hospital. It was one of many projects supported by the JMU-RMH Collaborative that benefit students, faculty members, the hospital and the community.
Why Madison matters to me
The "Why Madison?" Listening Tour offers JMU alumni the opportunity to share with President Jon Alger their thoughts on why Madison matters. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jeff Gammage ('82) and Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award...
An advocate for patients and lifelong learning
A JMU computer information systems major, Lt. Colonel Mary Klote's ('88) impressive list of accomplishments includes a dual board certification in internal medicine and allergy immunology. In 2010 she was named one of the military's top...
<strong> Emily Street ('09) creates a prizewinning poster </strong><br/> By Sarah Mead ('09)
Stewards of Planet Earth
From No Drive Days to composting in their own eco-friendly residence hall to competing with other residence halls to use the least amount of electricity and water, JMU students are leading the charge to live a more sustainable lifestlye.
In many ways, HIV/AIDS is still an anonymous disease, even 30 years after Americans first heard of it. Through the Valley AIDS Network, JMU faculty and students are shedding light on the disease on campus and in the community...
Being part of the future
She was an anomaly for her time, a double major in biology and chemistry aiming for scientific research. "We women...'persuaded' companies to hire us," she said. Yet her NASA career included the dramatic Apollo 13 and Skylab space...
Creating a mecca of life
In the face of climate change, economic disruption and oil depletion, perhaps the time is long overdue to change how we use our land. JMU alumni, Dave ('96) and Lee Sturgis O'Neill ('97), offer a new model for food production at their...