College of Integrated Science and Engineering

Making an impact - together!

There are no simple solutions to complex, real world problems.  Complicated challenges impact communities across the country and around the world. Especially now.

The students and faculty of the College of Integrated Science and Engineering are committed to addressing real world problems by applying science, emerging technologies, creative engineering, and an understanding of human society to find solutions for real people and the communities where they live and work.

Many of our faculty members and students adapted their classes and projects mid-way during the spring semester to focus on the COVID-19 pandemic. We studied COVID-19’s effects, created personal protective equipment and worked with the Red Cross on virus detection. We also worked with local high school students to teach computer science, as well as with local retirement communities to develop mobility solutions for the elderly. So while the pandemic posed some challenges, we kept innovating.

We want to keep innovating but student need has grown due to the pandemic. Your support is more critical than ever.  If you can, please consider giving to our CISE student Fund – a fund that provides scholarships and other much needed funding for our students so they can continue their work both virtually and on campus. Supporting a student now will enable a lifetime of innovation and opportunity.

Join us and together we can continue to make a powerful impact in the lives of our students and our communities.

Please consider giving to one of your favorite student funds. Together we can make a powerful impact! 

College of Integrated Science and Engineering Fund

Support the study of technical knowledge with the human element of STEM to help graduates find solutions to challenges.

Computer Science Diversity Support Fund

Support activities in the Computer Science department that bolster diversity for both faculty and underrepresented students whose talents, skills and abilities enable them to enrich the James Madison University community.

Engineering Student Projects

Provide resources for hands-on student projects, the lifeblood of engineering. 

 Integrated Sciences (ISAT, GS, IA and Biotech) Student Projects

Enable seniors to undertake capstone projects that bring to bear sciences and technologies to solves real-world problems.

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Night Owl Challenge
The first $250 in gifts made to any funds will be matched dollar for dollar.
$250 MATCHED
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Early Bird Challenge
The first $250 in gifts made to any fund will be matched dollar for dollar.
$250 MATCHED
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Race to Midnight Challenge
Congratulations to Furious Flower Poetry Center and The Hart School for winning this challenge!
$1,000 MATCHED
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$30,000
$30K Midday Scholarships Challenge
DEADLINE EXTENDED! 3,000 gifts will unlock $30,000 in student scholarships. Brought to you by John Taschek (’86) and an Anonymous Alumna
3,000 / 3,000 Gifts
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Around the World Challenge
Congratulations to the Center for Global Engagement who received a gift from Australia! G'Day mates!
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Commuters' Challenge - Good luck finding that parking spot!
Congratulations to African, African American and Diaspora Studies Center on winning the commuter challenge. Hope you found that parking spot!
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New Day, New Donor Challenge
The Marching Royal Dukes Fund won the new donor challenge, Virginia's Finest indeed!
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Madison Giving Challenge
Congratulations to the Proud and True Fund for winning the Madison Giving Challenge. Show your colors!
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JMU Family Challenge
COB Scholarships, Madison Vision and Parents Fund are the winners!
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Alumni Challenge
Madison For Keeps Scholarships won the alumni challenge!
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Student Challenge
The Breeze and College of Integrated Science and Engineering has won the Student Challenge!
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Leaderboard
Overall Gifts Leaderboard
Which area can bring in the most gifts for giving day?
Rank Area Gifts
1 Duke Club - Proud and True Fund 637
2 College of Business 460
3 College of Education 339
4 Madison Vision Fund 327
5 College of Arts and Letters 318
6 Madison for Keeps Scholarships 259
7 Furious Flower Poetry Center 259
8 College of Science and Mathematics 215
9 Marching Royal Dukes 203
10 African, African American & Diaspora Studies 201
11 Alumni Chapters 156
12 Valley Scholars 141
13 Diversity, Equity and Inclusion 141
14 Across the University 140
15 College of Health and Behavioral Studies 131
16 College of Visual and Performing Arts 130
17 Honors College 127
18 College of Integrated Science and Engineering 93
19 Center for Global Engagement 92
20 Dukes Pay it Forward 69
21 The Breeze 64
22 Scholarships 57
23 Center for Civic Engagement 45
24 University Recreation (UREC) 45
25 JMU Libraries 45
26 Parents Fund 43
27 Duke Club - Young Alumni Program 29
28 Student Aid 28
29 Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Expression 24
30 Madison Trust 21
31 Student Duke Club 18
32 Graduate School 18
33 JMU X-Labs 13
34 Debate Team 4
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Leaderboard
Overall Dollars Leaderboard
Which area can raise the most dollars?
Rank Area Raised
1 Duke Club - Proud and True Fund $148,605.46
2 College of Business $67,799.96
3 Madison for Keeps Scholarships $47,476.05
4 College of Arts and Letters $41,859.06
5 Madison Vision Fund $36,257.51
6 College of Visual and Performing Arts $17,484.18
7 Marching Royal Dukes $16,592.94
8 African, African American & Diaspora Studies $16,373.00
9 College of Education $15,294.00
10 Alumni Chapters $14,410.00
11 Valley Scholars $14,365.00
12 College of Science and Mathematics $14,303.00
13 Furious Flower Poetry Center $14,225.00
14 College of Integrated Science and Engineering $13,649.00
15 Diversity, Equity and Inclusion $11,712.00
16 Across the University $10,582.00
17 Honors College $9,787.00
18 College of Health and Behavioral Studies $8,705.00
19 Center for Global Engagement $7,925.01
20 Parents Fund $7,729.00
21 The Breeze $6,710.00
22 Dukes Pay it Forward $5,460.00
23 Center for Civic Engagement $4,695.00
24 Scholarships $4,610.00
25 Madison Trust $4,025.00
26 University Recreation (UREC) $3,009.96
27 JMU Libraries $2,695.12
28 Student Aid $2,670.00
29 Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Expression $1,600.00
30 Duke Club - Young Alumni Program $1,515.00
31 Student Duke Club $940.00
32 JMU X-Labs $745.00
33 Graduate School $553.00
34 Debate Team $80.00
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Leaderboard
Being the Change Challenge
Additional funds will be awarded to the colleges that raise the bar by surpassing their total number of gifts from JMU Giving Day 2019. Sponsored by the Women for Madison Executive Advisory Council.
Rank College Gifts
1 College of Business 460
2 College of Education 339
3 College of Arts and Letters 318
4 College of Science and Mathematics 215
5 College of Health and Behavioral Studies 131
6 College of Visual and Performing Arts 130
7 Honors College 127
8 College of Integrated Science and Engineering 93
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