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PHOTO: Mace Bentley

Featured Story New GS Professor Utilizes Experience

James Madison University prides itself on its diverse faculty who possess a range of experiences that assist in their lessons. One great example of a faculty member with experience in the field he teaches is newly hired ISAT and Geographic Science professor Dr. Mace Bentley, a former forecast meteorologist at The Weather Channel who taught meteorology and geography at Northern Illinois University for 12 years.

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PHOTO: ISAT AlumniCompany Recognizes ISAT Alumni's Value

April 15, 2014

Sunapsys Inc., a Control System Integrator based in Vinton, Virginia, just outside of Roanoke has recognized the value of employing these well rounded ISAT students.

PHOTO: Linzy CumbiaFreshman Computer Science Major Develops WMRA App

April 10, 2014

When WMRA decided they wanted an iPhone app built for them, they made a bold decision to hire freshman CS major, Linzy Cumbia, instead of contracting a software company.

PHOTO: BatteryJMU Engineering students featured in JMURJ

April 9, 2014

Madison Engineering students: Evan Bowen ('13), Brandon Cash ('13), John Edinger ('13), Matt Muller ('14) and Matthew Lewis ('15) are featured in the first new issue of the James Madison Undergraduate Research Journal.

PHOTO: conferenceConference Speaker Encourages Women to Enter STEM Field

March 24, 2014

Expanding Your Horizons is a science conference dedicated to girls in sixth through 10th grade that tries to increase their interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers.

PHOTO: James PrinceFilling a Blind Spot

March 24, 2014

College changes you. Just ask James Prince (’14) who came to JMU imagining he would get a religion degree and then go on to graduate school for Biblical Studies.

PHOTO: Bob KolvoordNew Dean Appointed for the College of Integrated Science and Engineering

March 19, 2014

Dr. Robert Kolvoord, has been named Dean of the College of Integrated Science and Engineering. Kolvoord, who begins his new position immediately, is also the founding Dean of CISE.

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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 >