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JSU Drama to Present "The Imaginary Invalid"

The 346-year-old French play has been brought back to life by JSU's talent drama students and faculty. Show dates are Nov. 15-18.

Agents Behind Netflix’s “Narcos” Coming to Campus

Retired DEA agents Steve Murphy and Javier Pena to speak on Nov. 18, 1-4 p.m., in Leone Cole Auditorium.
International House Director Appointed to Statewide Board

Chandni Khadka-Walsh has been appointed to serve as a chair of Study Alabama/Consortium for Global Engagement and Economic Development.
Undergrad Places in Statewide Bodybuilding Competition

Junior Sam Townsend places third in a statewide bodybuilding competition, proving its possible to overcome addiction and reach goals.
JSU and City Partner to Host Foothills Fall Festival

Mark your calendars for Thanksgiving event on Nov. 21 event.
University Working to Expand Campus Dining

Contract renewal with Sodexo includes proposal for new cafeteria.
New Dean Named for JSU School of Business and Industry

Dr. Steven McClung to begin Jan. 2020, following the retirement of longtime dean Dr. Bill Fielding.
JSU Selects New Dean of Health Professions and Wellness

Dr. Tracey Matthews has been selected as JSU’s new dean of the School of Health Professions and Wellness. She will take over the reins in January 2020.
"Grassroots Grantsmanship" to Grow External Funding

New Sponsored Programs Director Dr. Michael Wetherholt hopes to grow JSU's external funding.
JSU to Launch Safety Program with Department of Justice Grant

A $300,000 federal grant will support crime prevention and victim support services.
Trustees Vote to Release President Beehler From Contract

Don Killingsworth to serve as acting president effective immediately.
Staff Member Named to National Board

Jennifer Green, director of the Center for Economic Development and Business Research, was recently elected to serve on the board for the Association for University Business and Economic Research.
JSU Signs Transfer Agreement with Jefferson State

The university continues to form partnerships with Alabama's two-year schools.
JSU Track Alumna Qualifies for Olympic Trials

Former Jacksonville State distance runner Ericka (Stam) Mason became JSU's first female track and field athlete to qualify for the Olympic Trials, beating the required standard by more than two minutes in the Chicago Marathon.
Country Music Star Riley Green “Coming Home” to JSU

Nashville star and JSU alum to perform on campus on Nov. 14.