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Peers pick JMU prof. for $10,000 award

Justin Henriques, associate professor of engineering, has earned a Rising Star award from the Kern Entrepreneurial Engineering Network.

Area youth to participate in inclusive sports festival

More than 100 central Shenandoah Valley youth have registered to participate in wheelchair basketball, sitting volleyball, pickleball and other activities.

Faculty Expert Q&A

Professor of history, answers questions about his research on immigration, borderlands, race and ethnicity and Latin/x history.

National Bike to Work Day

History professor, Evan Friss is available to discuss the history of cycling for National Bike to Work Day

Teacher Appreciation Week

A professor from The College of Education is available to discuss the importance of Teacher Appreciation Week and the value that teachers bring to classrooms.

JMU Board of Visitors to attend meeting

Three members of the Board of Visitors will attend a meeting that otherwise does not require public notice.

COB Ceremony Cut Short; Will Resume Tomorrow

The College of Business graduation ceremony ended early due to weather and will continue at Bridgeforth Stadium tomorrow, May 4 at 1:30pm.

Watch JMU Commencement Ceremonies Live

Click here to watch live this year’s graduate and undergraduate commencement ceremonies happening May 2 and May 3.

Faculty Expert Q&A

Professor of writing, rhetoric and technical communication, answers questions about her research on rhetoric of health and medicine and rhetoric of mental healthcare.

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