Panorama of East Campus

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JMU Research Development (RD) will organize site visits with potential funding agenicies or organizations. Site visits aim to be mutually beneficial for all involved to learn more about each other's vision, values, practices and needs. 

Benefits

Site visits provide an excellent opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge and insight into the operations, programs, culture of other institutions or organizations. Additionally, site visits enhance the understanding of the broader landscape in which we operate through sharing JMU's culture, relaitonship building, generating new ideas for collaborations, funding sources, and programmatic initiatives. 

Schedule and Activities

A scheduled site visitmay occure virtually or in person and may last a few hours to a couple of days. 

Potential activities during the site visit are:

  • Presentation and/or information on the company or organization and its culture
  • Site tour or Campus tour
  • Panel 
  • Q&A session
  • Networking

Opportunities to participate in a JMU RD site visit will be shared through R&S communication channels. 

 

 

UPCOMING SITE VISITS 

SPRING 2024 TBA

 

 

 

Past Site Visits 

Tuesday October 31, 2023 with National Endowment for Humanities 

Taylor Hall 404 9:30 AM- 12:45 PM 

Program Officers: Russell Wyland/Deputy Director and Suha Kudsieh/Division of Research Programs

NEH Program Officers will provide an in-person workshop related to NEH funding opportunities and a mock peer review panel. JMU faculty and staff, faculty and staff from other institutions and community organizations are invited to attend. 

Monday April 24, 2023 with National Endowment for Humanities- Divison of Public Programs 

Senior Program Officer: Dr. Meredith Hindley 

Wilson Hall 3040 10:00AM-11:30AM (Open to JMU Community) 

Public humanities projects enable millions of Americans to explore significant humanities works, ideas, and events. They offer new insights into familiar subjects and invite reflection upon important questions about human life. The division supports a wide range of public humanities programming that reaches large and diverse public audiences and make use of a variety of formats—interpretation at historic sites, television and radio productions, museum exhibitions, podcasts, short videos, digital games, websites, mobile apps, and other digital media.

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