• K12-wind and solar kits-turbine The future of wind and solar

    Remy Pangle (’99) leads initiative to advance K-12 sustainable energy education across Virginia

  • Karah Nazor with jellyfish Combining her loves

    Karah Nazor (’99) is a Teacher at Sea participant who has swum the English Channel.

  • new-college-of-education-dean 'The field of education is under siege'

    Mark L'Esperance brings wide experience in school reform and leadership to JMU and the community.

  • 2019-mm-screen-schooled-authors A wake-up call

    Alumni are on a mission to reduce the amount of screen time in K-12 classrooms.

  • Valley Scholars at Oakview Realizing the dream

    Twenty-six members of the first graduating class of Valley Scholars are set to enter JMU as freshmen in the fall.

  • Foundation 50th Warren Coleman What's next for the JMU Foundation?

    New CEO Warren Coleman looks to build upon the organization's success.

  • International flags on campus Engaging the world

    Semester in London was born when 28 “pioneers” took the purple and gold across the Atlantic.

  • Jared Featherstone Quieting the mind

    Contemplative practices are ways to meet students' stress management needs in an often too-busy world.

  • Learning-by-Giving Learning by giving

    Student grant writers become philanthropists in a semester-long partnership.

  • Stanley and Rosemary Jones Joneses' gift aims to advance STEM

    The couple wants to assist deserving students in attaining high-quality education to advance the country’s scientific and technological capabilities.

  • Lori Britt Tackling tough issues—together

    Communication studies professor Lori Britt teaches techniques to improve community dialogue.

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    College of Education faculty member, Dr. Ed Brantmeier, advanced scholarly projects on culturally competent engagement and the pedagogy of vulnerability while on educational leave.

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