Based upon action by the James Madison University Board of Visitors on April 19th I have been granted tenure effective August 21th, 2024. I am excited to continue my work as an Associate Professor of Engineering and Curator of Coins at JMU for a long time.

This could not be accomplished without the tremendous support of many people including: the other members of the "Engineering Triplets" Shraddha Joshi and Daniel Castaneda who started with me in 2018, my CS "brothers-in-law" of Michael Stewart and Kevin Molloy, my doctoral advisor Tom Martin, the multitude of undergraduate researchers who have passed through the Wearable Computing Group, and the constant love and support of my wife, Katie Forsyth.

Jason Forsyth
Associate Professor of Engineering

Jason Forsyth is an Associate Professor of Engineering at James Madison University. His major research interests are in wearable/ubiquitous computing and engineering education. His current research interests focus on on-body human activity recognition and interactive machine learning for physical therapy patients and practitioners to increase exercise adherence and clinical evaluation.