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Coronavirus updates for Academic Affairs

The following communications was sent from Dr. Heather Coltman, JMU Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, to Academic Affairs faculty and staff on March 3, 2020.

As youth sports leagues spring into action, caring climate is important

James Madison University Professor Lori Gano-Overway recommends coaches focus on creating positive sport experiences for kids that teach physical skills and life skills.

Update on JMU International Programs

James Madison University is closely monitoring the outbreak of COVID-19. Our primary concern is the well-being of members of the JMU community.

Dance marathon to benefit area children and their families

Join JMU students, faculty, staff and guests in supporting UVA Children's Hospital this weekend.

Landmines and the civil war, a precursor to modern weapons of destruction

In his newest book, "America's Buried History: Landmines in the Civil War," Kenneth R. Rutherford unearths the history of landmines.

JMU among Peace Corps’ 2020 top volunteer-producing schools

Peace Corps announced today that James Madison University ranked No. 25 among large size schools on the agency’s list of top volunteer-producing colleges and universities in 2020.

Harrisonburg High students to experience Paralympic sports at JMU clinic

Paralympians Matt Simpson and Trevon Jenifer will take time off from their preparations for the 2020 Tokyo games to lead the activities

Stress relief, science of psychology come together

Jaime Kurtz, who researches strategies for happiness, is providing students strategies to handle stress while teaching them psychology.

Update on Title IX efforts at JMU

JMU has been collaborating with student leaders to strengthen processes, policies, prevention and resources related to sexual misconduct.

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