Table of Contents
Renewing Civil Society
From community dialogues, to the census, to voter registration drives, the James Madison Center for Civic Engagement is preparing students to work together to solve problems and build a more just and inclusive society.
‘I am because we are’
The African philosophy of Ubuntu defines Sisters in Session, which is dedicated to the support of women from African/Africana and Black descent at JMU.
Connecting the dots
Gilbert Bland (’77) epitomizes service-centered leadership and bringing communities together.
Seeing new opportunities
A Richmond, Virginia-based business incubator is helping area startups, including several alumni-owned ventures, navigate these uncertain times.
Being the Change
A big heart in the Big Apple
Dr. David Killeen (’12) draws on his Madison Experience to care for patients in New York City, formerly the U.S. epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learning to forgive
Sarah Montana (’09) shares her remarkable journey following the murder of her brother and mother, and how JMU helped her through it.