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JMU rolls out new approach to matching students with jobs

JMU with support from Growth4VA, announced its new approach to matching students with job and internship opportunities through a unique partnership with Handshake.

Professor nominated for national award

Lauren K. Alleyne, associate professor of English, has been nominated for the NAACP Image Awards for her book of poetry, “Honeyfish.”

JMU hosts events to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Students, faculty and staff will serve the community, volunteer, and have broad discussions to celebrate the life and contributions of Dr. King.

Fortune 500 executives to discuss the future of work

JMU alumnae lead some of the nation’s largest organizations, including SAP, WellStar Health System and Northrop Grumman. Join us as they explore trends.

Begin 2020 with positive, achievable goals

The time has come to start thinking about New Year's resolutions and ways to have a feel-good start to 2020.

Expert can discuss Northam’s proposal to invest in early education

Director of early, elementary and reading education is available to discuss the significance of Governor Ralph Northam’s announcement to invest in early childhood education.

JMU Recognizes December Graduates

James Madison University is pleased to celebrate more than 1,000 graduates at this weekend’s December Commencement ceremonies.

Expert can discuss aspects of Gov. Northam's budget proposal to combat maternal mortality

JMU expert available to discuss the significance of Governor Northam's budget proposal to combat maternal morality

How women can use rhetoric to restore credibility in medical settings

Cathryn Molloy, professor of writing, rhetoric and communication, discusses patient credibility and stigma.

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