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PHOTO: Kristen Sowden

Featured Story Revitalizing Recruit-a-Duke

On-campus programs like the Career and Academic Planning Center (CAP) dedicate their resources to helping students find the careers that best suit them. Over this past summer, the services provided by CAP to students within the College of Integrated Science and Engineering (CISE) were improved further thanks to the help of our CAP liaison, Kristin Sowden.

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PHOTO: Lady with catGS Helps Spay/Neuter Clinic Reduce Euthanasia

October 20, 2014

The Shenandoah Valley Spay/Neuter Clinic, who provides affordable veterinary services for animals across the Shenandoah Valley began collaborating with the JMU Geographic Science Program (GS) two years ago in an effort to reduce medically unnecessary euthanasia.

IMAGE: IBM Screen CaptureIntelligence Analysis Professor Collaborates with IBM

October 16, 2014

Within the Intelligence Analysis (IA) program, faculty recognize that the best way to prepare students for the future is to simply teach with the type of software they will be using in their careers.

PHOTO: Chris MartinFaculty Spotlight - Chris Martin

October 16, 2014

This Fall, the Department of Engineering welcomes Dr. Chris Martin as one of its newest faculty members. Martin teaches Thermal Fluids, and is excited for the opportunity to engage students in his research.

PHOTO: Dr. Ian MuehlenhausFaculty Spotlight - Dr. Ian Muehlenhaus

October 16, 2014

The Department of Integrated Science and Technology’s (ISAT) Geographic Science (GS) program welcomes Dr. Ian Muehlenhaus as a new faculty member. Muehlenhaus’ passions in teaching and research include persuasive map design and geopolitics.

PHOTO: Michael LamFaculty Spotlight - Michael Lam

October 2, 2014

This Fall, the Department of Computer Science welcomes back Dr. Michael Lam as one of its newest faculty members. Lam, who earned his Ph.D in Computer Science from the University of Maryland earlier this year, is also a JMU alumni who completed his bachelor’s degree in 2007.

PHOTO: Dr. MayfieldJMU Pilots Computer Science Course for Page, Shenandoah High Schools

October 1, 2014

More than two-dozen students from high schools in Page and Shenandoah counties are getting a taste of college-level computer science this fall in a new program run by James Madison University.

PHOTO: Dr. NagelNagel Publishes E-book for Women in Engineering Series

September 30, 2014

Dr. Jacquelyn Nagel, assistant professor in the Department of Engineering, recently published an e-book for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the country’s largest engineering professional association.

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Welcome from CISE

PHOTO: Dr. Bob KolvoordThe College of Integrated Science and Engineering (CISE) is JMU's newest college and we hope you share our excitement in our prospects.  By uniting Computer Science, Engineering, and Integrated Science and Technology, we have assembled some of the Commonwealth's most innovative applied STEM programs in an environment that stresses hands-on learning with a uniquely talented faculty. More >