JMU DNA Primer: Another Epic on the Cellular Level





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Published on Oct 6, 2010

Rarely is there an opportunity to participate in a molecular happening. Enjoy the official HD version of the James Madison University DNA Dance featuring Dr. Carol Hurney and the entire 2010 JMU Freshman class.


Take 4,000 freshmen, 280 orientation leaders, two strands of DNA and one Quad, add a liberal dose of dance moves, courtesy of the Liz Lerman Dance Exchange, and you get an "epic" experience! JMU's first-year students celebrated the beginning of their Madison Experience with a unique collaboration of science and the arts. They expressed their thoughts and reactions to "The DNA Age," a series of articles written by Amy Harmon for The New York Times, to movement in dance on JMU's Quad.


Featuring Dr. Carol Hurney, Professor Biology
Produced by Nathan Marsh ('01), University Marketing
Assistant Producer Jessica Weaver ('11)
Videography by Don Blanton, Emily Correa ('11), Nathan Marsh ('01), Kevin Sennett ('11), David Taylor ('85), and Jessica Weaver ('11)
Directed by Tisha McCoy-Ntiamoah, David Taylor ('85), and Liz Lerman Dance Exchange

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