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JMU and NOAA Team Up for Turtle Research

ISAT, GS students create app to track loggerheads

JMU students are helping NOAA improve their data collection methods to better protect this endangered species.

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PHOTO: Bob Goodlatte and scientistsJMU Joins National Effort Advocating for Science Funding

May 16, 2016

JMU participated in Congressional Visits Day, an annual event where scientists and students from across the country communicate the importance of federal support for research to lawmakers and congressional staff.

PHOTO: HackJMU Students Care for Caregivers

May 3, 2016

JMU student team placed first in the Lindsay Institute sponsored the "Caring for the Caregiver Hack: Advancing Caregiver Health Through Innovations" in downtown Richmond from March 18-20, 2016 bringing home $5000 prize.

PHOTO: FirefightersJMU Students Discuss Volunteering at Local Fire Department

April 27, 2016

Chris Butters a junior an Integrated Science and Technology major, left, and Mike Miller a sophomore kinesiology major, serve together at Hose Company 4 as volunteer firefighters.

LOGO: Textbook CoverTextbook Written by JMU Professors Wins Award

April 20, 2016

What can faculty do when they can't find an appropriate textbook for the subject they're teaching? In the case of three JMU faculty members, the answer was simple: Write their own textbook.

PHOTO: JMU students preparing for competitionEngineers Acting? Artists Doing Science? It's the Norm for This Group

April 13, 2016

JMU Destination Imagination team prepares for global finals. Teams from JMU, under the direction of Dr. Jonathan Spindel and Dr. Elizabeth Morgan Armstrong, have been winning medals at the competition for the past 11 years.