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JU Study Abroad video with Geography Professor Ray Oldakowski offers tantalizing glimpse of San Juan Spring Break ’13 trip

If you’re not into rainforests, caves, Caribbean beaches, Danza and Salsa music, Puerto Rican culture and broadening your horizons, you will be after viewing a new Jacksonville University Study Abroad video. It offers a tantalizing glimpse of the upcoming Spring …

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Food, awards, prizes, surprises and Dr. Kinne at Employee Appreciation Day noon Friday, Oct. 5!

September 13, 2012 

To:       Faculty and Staff                       

From: Employee Recognition Committee 

One of the largest events on campus every year is our Annual Employee Appreciation Day where we honor employees for their many contributions to JU!    Mark your calendar NOW …

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Children’s Book Illustration Scholarship opportunity

 Children’s Book Illustration Scholarship

TISIRI is a non-profit organization focusing on marine habitat creation, preservation, and education. TISIRI’s next project is to publish an engaging children’s book focused on marine habitats. TISIRI is seeking emerging artists and illustrators to submit …

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JU graduate Ashley Cupaiuolo rewarded for giving a helping hand, named 2012 Scott Amos Recent Alumni of Distinction

By Clayton Levins

Jacksonville University

                When she was a little girl, Ashley Cupaiuolo, 26, knew that one day she would grow up to help others and reach out into the community.

                For her efforts to give others a lift up, …

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Jacksonville University again named one of “America’s Best Colleges”

By Phillip Milano

Jacksonville University is one of “America’s Best Colleges” for the ninth straight year, according to U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Colleges 2013 list for regional universities in the South.

With a 13 to 1 student-faculty …

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Want to improve your college rankings? Play the math game, Jacksonville University management professor says in new study

By Phillip Milano

University administrators looking to improve their “best college” rankings in reports such as the one issued today by U.S. News & World Report may want to pick up the September issue of the journal Scientometrics and read …

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Welcome Kevin Hogencamp, new Assistant Director of News and Publications

Please welcome Kevin Hogencamp, a University of Alabama communications alumnus, as our new Assistant Director of News and Publications, working in JU’s Marketing and Communications Office. He’ll be working alongside JU Director of News and Publications Phillip Milano and replaces …

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Chip in for Youth fundraiser at TPC Sawgrass is back!

Chip in for Youth is back!

The Players Championship is May 6-12, 2013.  

Tickets are $40 per person. Enter the code JUALUM, and $25 from each ticket sold goes directly toward The JU Scholarship Fund, providing financial assistance to current …

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