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JMU energy expert can discuss Virginia renewable energy contract

In an Oct. 7 editorial in the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Miles wrote, "Virginia is positioned to deploy the most balanced and resilient clean energy portfolio in the nation.

Expert on rapid decline of public integrity

In his newest book, The Death of Public Integrity, political science professor Robert Roberts argues that it has become nearly impossible to hold public officials accountable.

Expert can discuss why people like to scare themselves during Halloween

Lindsey Harvell-Bowman, professor of communication studies, is available to discuss the logic behind why people like to scare themselves during Halloween.

JMU experts to discuss the impeachment process

Political Science faculty experts Tim LaPira and Valerie Sulfaro will provide insights into the impeachment process and how it will affect politics.

JMU among 13 to win CAEP honor in education

JMU’s College of Education is among 13 providers to receive recognition for its leadership and commitment to continuous improvement of preparing educators.

Eat up during the holidays, but keep an eye on nutrition

Overindulging can be hard to resist, but there are ways to enjoy holiday eating and still maintain a healthy diet.

JMU School of Nursing to grow, address catch-22 situation

Starting in January, the program will admit 23 additional students each semester for a cohort of 113, a 25 percent increase.

JMU sets bar for research in large courses

With each lab section consisting of 24-25 students, there are about 625 students in Bio 140 — who hail from across Virginia as well as 13 other states.

Paul Jennings, an enslaved person to the Madison family, is honored

JMU will celebrate the opening of Paul Jennings Hall, while also recognizing and honoring the historical significance of its namesake.

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