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Featured Story Engineering Student Makes an Impact

Brandon Cobb, a senior in the Department of Engineering, spent his summer differently than most college students: he decided to start a nonprofit organization. The organization, the Dove Project, strives to make a positive, lasting impact on the lives of others.

“We don’t have a niche of people we support and we don’t have funding, but we do have heart,” the website explains.

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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.

PHOTO: JMU Students in SalamancaOpening Eyes and Opening Doors

September 19, 2014

Why study abroad leads to enhanced employment prospects and higher starting salaries.

PHOTO: Gabriela Fleury, a 2014 integrated science and technology graduateMay ISAT graduate earns scholarship for graduate research in S. Africa

August 18, 2014

Gabriela Fleury, a 2014 integrated science and technology graduate, has been selected to receive up to $30,000 from Rotary International to do graduate research in South Africa.

PHOTO: CISE FlagUndergrad Researchers Carve Mathematics Out of Wood

July 29, 2014

It takes just 10 cuts to turn a rectangular block of wood into a working set of pliers. Describing how that works mathematically turned out to be the real challenge for five JMU students.

PHOTO: Dr. Farzana RahmanChanging Lives With Mobile Technology

July 7, 2014

As technology continues to evolve, the field of computer science has constantly changed alongside it. One of JMU's newest CS Professors, Dr. Farzana Rahman works to develop health and wellness apps for smartphones.

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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 >