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Connecting people to their environment
Produced by JMU faculty and students, a seasonal radio program invites listeners to engage with the Shenandoah Valley’s natural surroundings
Committee releases digital version of Quad History Tour
The self-guided tour is intended to reflect on the campus as an evolving, commemorative landscape and to highlight the contributions of people whose experiences have not traditionally been part of the institutional narrative.
Alum helps kick off native-plant effort
The statewide pilot program could branch off to other locations after this summer.
Geography students revive Beekeeping Club after COVID-19 pandemic
Maintaining the hives and their pollinators is a way for JMU to be actively involved with environmental issues on campus and worldwide.