• Belyea-profile Leading the fight

    Dr. Brian Belyea ('00)'s Madison Experience put him on a path toward a distinguished career in medicine.

  • capley-headshot-lead.jpg Clarifying the information

    Allison Capley ('16) is volunteering with the COVID-19 Ask a Scientist project to answer pressing questions about the novel coronavirus.

  • raphael-perrino-rocket-man Rocket man

    Raphael Perrino ('07, '09M) finds his technical communication background fits the rocket industry.

  • Megan Ross with bird Caring for the creatures

    Megan Reinertsen Ross (’96) is the first female director of Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo.

  • Lee Reynolds and Cory Weathers Shaping the next generation

    Always a problem-solver, Cory Weathers ('04) earns a major engineering honor and inspires others.

  • Chemistry REU program The sound of science

    Deaf, hard-of-hearing and hearing individuals come together in the summer at JMU to study chemistry.

  • Intelligence hackathon group Intelligence hackathon

    JMU students spent the first day of their spring break developing surveillance devices for a federal contractor in North Carolina.

  • Oyster Reef Close-up Research suggests oysters have a thing about personal space

    Madison Trust has enabled a graduate student and her professor to research the optimum living conditions for oysters.

  • VR simulation Elizabeth Ware Scope of practice

    Graduate students in speech-language pathology are using augmented reality to practice complicated procedures.

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