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JMU Board of Visitors to meet virtually Tuesday, July 7, 2020

The JMU Board of Visitors will hold a meeting by electronic communications on Tuesday, July 7, 2020, at 1 p.m.

Bees, butterflies and things that sprout can teach valuable lessons at home

Among the lessons gardens teach, Goodall said, are plant life cycles and the benefits of pollinators like bees and butterflies.

JMU places first at national collegiate wind energy competition

A virtual format for a national wind energy competition didn’t stop James Madison University students from excelling once again.

Update on Building Names

President Alger will bring to the Board of Visitors a strong recommendation to remove the names of Confederate military leaders from three campus buildings.

JMU honors Juneteenth as a state holiday

James Madison University will join other state agencies to honor the newly declared Juneteenth holiday.

An Update on Racial Equity Actions and Campus Building Names

Members of the JMU community have participated in discussions and actions near and far, insisting that change is needed and reminding us of the hard work ahead.

‘March for Our Lives’ on JMU’s campus highlights racial injustices

A student-led march on JMU’s campus highlighted racial injustices and honored the black lives lost because of systemic racism and police brutality.

JMU to welcome largest freshman class

Class of 2024 chosen from a record number of applicants.

Fall 2020 semester update

I’d like to share with you the changes that Academic Affairs, in collaboration with our campus partners, has made to the fall 2020 class schedule.

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