JMUTeach is a student-run program dedicated to giving JMU students an outlet to share what they're passionate about. We promote nontraditional learning through our events and in giving students the opportunity to propose, initiate, and facilitate their own one-credit class.
Stefan Peierls photographed by The Breeze for their article on Duke Talks.
If you enjoy programs such as the TedTalks conferences, you'll enjoy this event. We have given several professors the opportunity to give brief 15-20 minute presentations asking the question, "If you knew you only had fifteen minutes to offer up your last bit of advice, what would you say?" Topics may range from life experiences to work experiences, from psychology to biology to business, from insightful and profound to seriously funny and many other directions.
Our 2013 Final Fifteen event will be on Tuesday, April 23 at 7:00 PM in Grafton-Stovall
Each JMU Teach class counts for 1 elective credit. You can enroll JMUTeach classes by searching for "UNST 101E" on MyMadison.