• Pagnotti-construction Building communities, providing opportunities

    Sandy Sneen Pagnotti (’84) is Being the Change through a commitment to community.

  • 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.

  • John Kruggel presenting during Econ Camp - 2019 Summer camp, ECON-style

    The Center for Economic Education (CEE) recently held its first ECON Day Camp for middle and high school teachers in VA.

  • Honor Flight Dianne Honoring the sacrifice

    More than 250 area veterans have been transported to the Washington, D.C., war memorials since the Top of Virginia chapter's first mission in October 2016.

  • Dance for PD thumbnail And they danced

    Two JMU colleges team up to offer an internationally acclaimed dance therapy program to community members with Parkinson's disease.

  • foundation 1969 Wilson road A firm foundation

    The JMU Foundation, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, has left a lasting legacy and looks toward a promising future.

  • John Kruggel ringing the opening bell at GEM Fair 2019 Simulated international marketplace held at JMU

    A simulated international marketplace for more than 200 local elementary and middle school students was held March 6 at 10 a.m. at JMU's Festival Conference Center.

  • MM-Honors retreat-discussion Welcome to the Honors College

    What does it mean to be Madisonian in the 21st century? Freshman Honors students grappled with that question during a trip to Montpelier.

  • Duke Dog and President Alger JMU's biggest fan

    Ever wonder who Duke Dog really is?

  • Being the Change: Deborah Tompkins Johnson Empowering the Youth: Deborah Tompkins Johnson

    Deborah Tompkins Johnson ('78) believes positive interactions can make a difference in the lives of troubled youth.

  • Old Rag archaeology project Unearthing the past

    Before the Park Service can construct a parking lot in Shenandoah National Park, JMU archaeology students dig in to see what they can find.

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