COVID-19 Announcements

James Madison University will begin the Spring 2021 Semester online from January 19-29, with each course expected to return to its assigned modality on February 1. This decision allows the university to closely follow Governor Ralph Northam’s new Executive Order, scheduled to run through the end of January. Prior to move-in, on-campus students must complete COVID-19 entry testing. Off-campus students will have access to campus services starting on January 19; all students must follow proper social distancing and mask-wearing guidelines, limiting social gatherings to no more than 10 people. To minimize the spread of COVID-19 during traditional spring break travel, JMU has identified three days -- February 17, March 12 (university offices closed), and April 8 -- when classes will not meet.

Please visit JMU's COVID-19: Stop the Spread website and Spring 2021 Return Plan for additional information and updates.

Welcome to JMU Research & Scholarship!  

We are James Madison University’s central research administration unit and our mission is to serve and support faculty and student research and scholarship, serve as an agent and advocate for faculty and student interests, and act as a ‘divining rod’ to procure, locate and secure resources, partnerships and collaborations that will move JMU’s vision and mission forward. The boxes below contain snapshots of the offices and centers that comprise Research & Scholarship and include links to full websites (when applicable). Take some time to peruse our website and don’t forget to download our latest newsletter to learn about the cutting-edge research, scholarship and creative endeavors happening at James Madison University. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for weekly updates showcasing scholarly events, accolades, and opportunities. Go Dukes!!


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