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Madison SPRING/SUMMER 2012 * VOL.35 * NO.2 CONTRIBUTORS Capt. Jeffrey Cretz (’03) is a C-130 navigator in the E xec u t i v e Ed i t o r PA M B R OCK M a n a g i n g E di to r MI C HE L L E HI T E (’88) A r t Di r e c to r B I L L T H OM PS ON A ssi stant E d it or K E LLE Y FR E U N D (’07) J M U We b M a n a g i n g E d i t o r JA N G I LLI S ( ’07, ’11P) B e th e C h a ng e C o o r d i n at o r MAR T H A B E L L G R AH AM Delaware Air National Guard. He has deployed several times and flown electronic attack and tactical airlift missions in 15 countries, including Afghanistan, Iraq and Yemen. He is a management consultant for Booz Allen Hamilton, where he primarily works with a U.S. Intelligence Community agency. The JMU media arts and design major earned a Master of Aeronautical Science degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in 2008. Cretz and his wife live in Arlington, Va. On Page 18, read Cretz’s article about Suzanne Clough (’93), who is changing the future for those who suffer from type 2 diabetes. Madison magazine intern Kelsey Dill (’13) is a social work major with a minor in non-teaching exceptional education. She aspires to attend law school and become an attorney for the Children’s Law Center of Massachusetts. Dill is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and is a member of Phi Alpha Delta, the international pre-law fraternity. She has worked with many Harrisonburg organizations including Our Community Place and the Arc Op Shop. This summer, she will volunteer at a community health clinic that serves disadvantaged elementary school students. JMU Alumni Association President Jamie Jones Miller (’99) shares news from the alumni association on Page 48. A longtime JMU volunteer, Miller is a member of Alpha Sigma Tau and an international affairs major. She also is a member of MetroDukes, JMU Politicos and the JMU Duke Club. She is legislative director for U.S. Congressman Rob Wittman of Virginia’s 1st District. Miller and her husband, Tim Miller (’96, ’00M), live in Vienna, Va. Universit y and Sports Media Photog raphers M I C H A E L M I R I E L L O ( ’09M) C AT H Y K U S HNE R ( ’87) U n i v er s i t y D e s i g ner s LY N DA R A M S E Y RIN N S IE G RI S T C ARO LY N WI N D M I L L E R ( ’81) Staf f Wr it er GA B RIE L L E P I C C IN IN N I ( ’11) P r o o f re a d er S HE R R Y M AT T HE W S E d i t o r ia l an d D e s i g n I nt e r n s K E L SE Y DI L L ( ’13) T Y L E R M C AVOY ( ’12 ) E R I C WAG N E R ( ’12 ) A M E L I A W O O D ( ’13) A d d i t i on a l C on t r ib u t o r s K E V I N A LLE N T I M B O R N Y ( ’13) M I C H A E L C A P E T T O ( ’ 70 ) RO N AL D E . C AR R I E R C A R R I E C O M B S ( ’07, ’09M) S A R A H DAV I S ( ’13) S A R A H D E R R ( ’11) D I A N E E L L I O T T ( ’0 0 ) B I LL G E NTR Y DA N G O R I N ( ’11) E R I C G OR T ON ( ’86, ’09M) JA S O N G R O W K AT E H A U S JA M E S IR W IN ( ’06 ) S TE PH E N JA FFE ( ’85) K AT H Y L A M T YL E R M A L L OR Y H O L LY MARC U S ( ’03) PAT R I C I A M AY ADAM M C P H E R S O N ( ’08 ) K E L S E Y M O H R I N G ( ’12 ) A N DY P E R R I N E ( ’86 ) PA U L A PO L G L A SE ( ’92, ’96M) L I N W O O D H . R O S E ( ’12H) PAT L U M P K I N R O S E ( ’58 ) NORM SHAFER S A ND E S NE A D ( ’82 ) K E L LY S W E E T ( ’84) M AT T H EW W O R DE N JMU President Linwood H. Rose , who C o n t r i but i ng O f f ic e s Offices of Alumni, Be the Change, Public Affairs, Sports Media Relations, Photography Services For address updates: www.jmu.edu/myinfo or call (540) 568–2821 To contact the magazine staff: www.jmu.edu/MadisonOnline Email: madisonmag@jmu.edu Voice: (540) 568-2664 Madison, the magazine of James Madison University MSC 3610 James Madison University Harrisonburg, VA 22807 shares a message on Page 22, is known for his love of rebuilding classic foreign sports car engines and tinkering with computer gadgetry. His former assistant Nick Lang-ridge (’00, ’07M) recalls returning from lunch on his first day to find that the president had configured his computer while he was out. Rose has turned that attention to detail into a deep and thorough understanding of everything Madison and built a strategic presidential perspective focused on students. Virginia Del. Kirk Cox (’79) has described him as “the most over-prepared man in America.” Called “a student advocate extraordinaire” by JMU Vice President Mark Warner (’79, ’81M, ’85Ed.S., ’07P), Rose also “loves to teach,” says JMU Board of Visitors Rector Jim Hartman (’70). “Not a lot of people know that about him.” The Virginia Tech graduate has spent his entire career at JMU. After receiving his master’s at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, Rose began as a JMU residence hall adviser in 1974 and rose through the ranks while earning a doctorate at the University of Virginia. He became assistant to President Ronald E. Carrier in 1984 and later held several vice presidential positions. In 1998, Rose was appointed president, and since then his young sons, John and Scott, have grown to adulthood. He and his wife, Judith, have lived at Oakview and presided over unprecedented JMU growth and achievement. Rose says, “I have the best job in the country.” Former Board of Visitors rector Joe Damico (’76, ’77M) adds, “Lin Rose has led JMU in such a way that JMU will miss him and, frankly, proceed without missing a beat.” C R E T Z P H O T O G R A P H C O U R T E S Y O F J E F F R E Y C R E T Z ( ’ 0 3) ; D I L L B Y M I K E M I R I E L L O ( ’ 0 9 M ) ; M I LLE R B Y AB IG AI L S H I LLI NG ; DR . AN D M RS . RO S E B Y ALE X MA C D ONALD ( ’ 0 8) 6 MA D I S O N MA G AZ I N E

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Capt. Jeffrey Cretz (’03) is a C-130 navigator in the Delaware Air National Guard. He has deployed several times and flown electronic attack and tactical airlift missions in 15 countries, including Afghanistan, Iraq and Yemen. He is a management consultant for Booz Allen Hamilton, where he primarily works with a U.S. Intelligence Community agency. The JMU media arts and design major earned a Master of Aeronautical Science degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in 2008. Cretz and his wife live in Arlington, Va. On Page 18, read Cretz’s article about Suzanne Clough (’93), who is changing the future for those who suffer from type 2 diabetes.<br /> <br /> Madison magazine intern Kelsey Dill (’13) is a social work major with a minor in non-teaching exceptional education. She aspires to attend law school and become an attorney for the Children’s Law Center of Massachusetts. Dill is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and is a member of Phi Alpha Delta, the international pre-law fraternity. She has worked with many Harrisonburg organizations including Our Community Place and the Arc Op Shop. This summer, she will volunteer at a community health clinic that serves disadvantaged elementary school students.<br /> <br /> JMU Alumni Association President Jamie Jones Miller (’99) shares news from the alumni association on Page 48. A longtime JMU volunteer, Miller is a member of Alpha Sigma Tau and an international affairs major. She also is a member of MetroDukes, JMU Politicos and the JMU Duke Club. She is legislative director for U.S. Congressman Rob Wittman of Virginia’s 1st District. Miller and her husband, Tim Miller (’96, ’00M), live in Vienna, Va.<br /> <br /> JMU President Linwood H. Rose, who shares a message on Page 22, is known for his love of rebuilding classic foreign sports car engines and tinkering with computer gadgetry. His former assistant Nick Langridge (’00, ’07M) recalls returning from lunch on his first day to find that the president had configured his computer while he was out. Rose has turned that attention to detail into a deep and thorough understanding of everything Madison and built a strategic presidential perspective focused on students. Virginia Del. Kirk Cox (’79) has described him as “the most over-prepared man in America.” Called “a student advocate extraordinaire” by JMU Vice President Mark Warner (’79, ’81M, ’85Ed.S., ’07P), Rose also “loves to teach,” says JMU Board of Visitors Rector Jim Hartman (’70). “Not a lot of people know that about him.” The Virginia Tech graduate has spent his entire career at JMU. After receiving his master’s at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, Rose began as a JMU residence hall adviser in 1974 and rose through the ranks while earning a doctorate at the University of Virginia. He became assistant to President Ronald E. Carrier in 1984 and later held several vice presidential positions. In 1998, Rose was appointed president, and since then his young sons, John and Scott, have grown to adulthood. He and his wife, Judith, have lived at Oakview and presided over unprecedented JMU growth and achievement. Rose says, “I have the best job in the country.” Former Board of Visitors rector Joe Damico (’76, ’77M) adds, “Lin Rose has led JMU in such a way that JMU will miss him and, frankly, proceed without missing a beat.”<br /> <br /> CRETZ PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF JEFFREY CRETZ (’03); D ILL BY MIKE MIRIELLO (’09M) ; MILLER BY ABIGAIL SHILLING; DR. AND MRS. ROSE BY ALEX MACDONALD (’08)

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