• can it be saved Can it be saved?

    JMU prepares students to be active and responsible participants in a representative democracy dedicated to the common good.

  • Proulx sweeping for clues Sweeping for clues

    The project offers a rare opportunity for a geophysicist to be involved in restoring the humanity of a forgotten community.

  • John Grisham - thumb Famed novelist leads series

    Grisham is the author of more than 25 novels, all of which have become international best-sellers.

  • schwartz-1048 Art and everything else

    Professor Kathy Schwartz champions the role of art education in a visual world.

  • 2017-HIST422-thumbnail.jpg Virtual reality: Modern way to history

    Andrew Witmer's HIST 422 course incorporates technology to elevate learning about historic buildings from the early American republic.

  • 2017-HIST422-thumbnail.jpg History class goes high tech

    Andrew Witmer's HIST 422 course incorporates technology to elevate learning about historic buildings from the early American republic.

  • 2017 Stringham grant thumb Putting life's lessons in song

    Music professors David Stringham and Jesse Rathgeber started the program this fall along with social work professor Cindy Hunter.

  • Hefner-taking-photos No more digging required

    Web-based tool will re-center the history of American publication around magazines.

  • CGE student-mural-lead A lasting impression

    At a time when many people and countries are divided, a new mural outside the Center for Global Engagement emphasizes unity and togetherness.

  • casey-martin-klein-thumb.jpg The finest kind of dreamer

    Casey Martin Klein ('17) is a big dreamer with the talent and work ethic to back it up. His Madison Experience is a testimonial to the power of skill and desire.

  • rachel-petty-thumb.jpg So many stories yet to tell

    Rachel Petty ('17) used her JMU tenure to take advantage of every opportunity she could to become a better writer.


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