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Company Recognizes ISAT Alumni’s Value

Sunapsys Inc., a Control System Integrator based in Vinton Virginia, just outside of Roanoke has recognized the value of employing these well rounded ISAT students.

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PHOTO: Brandon HopeUndergraduate Student Research Goes Viral

March 28, 2014

With state of the art facilities, hands-on lab courses, and journals dedicated solely to undergraduate research, JMU actively seeks to give its students real experience in all of the sciences.

PHOTO: ConferenceConference Speaker Encourages Women to Enter STEM Field

March 24, 2014

Expanding Your Horizons is a science conference dedicated to girls in sixth through 10th grade that tries to increase their interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers.

PHOTO: hillsideAfter Four Years, Hillside Project Creates Educational Opportunities

March 10, 2014

The Hillside Project, now in its fourth year, is a showcase of three different ecosystems: grassland, forest and riparian, (the land adjacent to water). Among its educational and ecological goals, like preventing erosion under heavy rain, the Hillside Project also cuts back the need for mowing.

PHOTO: building2014 CISE Faculty Award Recipients Announced

March 6, 2014

Congratulations to the recipients of this year’s faculty awards. Awardees will be recognized at the CISE faculty meeting on Friday, April 25th at 3:30 p.m.

PHOTO:  people around game boardEramat – The Game

January 23, 2014

Produced by Ernie Didot at clearimpactproductions.com, this video describes the role playing game designed by James Madison University graduate student and Massai, Jacob Mayiani, JMU Professors Jennifer Coffman and Michael Deaton, and JMU Student Alexandra Hickling.

PHOTO: windmillWind Energy at JMU

January 23, 2014

Wind energy at JMU provides research, education, and outreach opportunities to the JMU campus, the state, and the region. More information can be found on the Virginia Center for Wind Energy website