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ISAT Project Uncovers Forgotten Vineyards

ISAT professor Dr. Carole Nash and her students using advanced geospatial technologies, have worked to uncover the vibrant wine industry that existed in Virginia over 150 years ago.

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Geospatial Program Named 2015 Programs That Work Awardee

January 29, 2015

In January, the Virginia Mathematics and Science Coalition selected the Geospatial Semester as one of the 2015 Programs That Work awardees. The Geospatial Semester is a program in which Virginia high schools partner with the Integrated Science and Technology Department at JMU.

PHOTO: Carole NashDouble Duke Carole Nash Makes her Mark at JMU

January 18, 2015

Dr. Carole Nash is an assistant professor in the Integrated Science and Technology department. She focuses on environmental and cultural change in her teaching, and is an archaeological specialist.

PHOTO: Zack BortolotBeing the Change on the Other Side of the Globe

December 2, 2014

ISAT Geographic Science professor, Zack Bortolot finds a unique way to aid those in need in Cambodia.

PHOTO:Marc BentleyBentley Earns Fulbright Specialist grant in Environmental Science

November 7, 2014

Congratulations to associate professor Dr. Mace Bentley, on his Fulbright Award. After securing a position on the Fulbright Specialist roster, Dr. Bentley was identified in a proposal by Kasetsart University in Thailand for the Fulbright Specialist grant in Environmental Science.