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JU Journalism professor Keith Saliba’s research on Literary War Journalism published in Journal of Magazine & New Media Research

Dr. Keith Saliba, JU assistant professor of Journalism and Mass Media, recently published research on Literary War Journalism in the Journal of Magazine & New Media Research.

The Abstract for the article, titled “Literary War Journalism: Framing and the Creation …

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Former NFL player Brad Edwards named new JU Director of Athletics

By Jim Nasella

The Jacksonville University athletic department began a new era Wednesday, July 25, when Brad Edwards was named Director of Athletics.
Edwards, 46, a former player in the National Football League, comes to the Dolphins from Newberry College, …

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Mayor Brown’s Learn2Earn Program immerses students in college experience at JU

Mayor Alvin Brown inspired about 90 Jacksonville high school students to attend college during the recent Learn2Earn program at Jacksonville University.

Learn2Earn, a program implemented as a hands-on approach to boost the quality of education, hosted rising sophomores and juniors …

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JU donors up by 506 over 2010-11

The number of JU donors increased by 506 from 2010-11 to 2011-12, a jump of more than 24 percent, while overall dollars increased by 3.5 percent.

“In a tough economic year, the quantum leap in number of donors is extremely …

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Jacksonville University, JSO SWAT to hold hostage training exercise Thursday

Jacksonville University’s Department of Campus Security and the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office will conduct a hostage training exercise on campus Thursday, July 26 — an event made more timely by recent events in Colorado.

The exercise begins at 10 a.m. and …

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JU’s Dr. Donald Horner receives positive notice in Huffington Post for work with city

Jacksonville University received positive notice on the Huffington Post website July 19, as Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown touted his initiatives to use executives on loan to aid the city efforts on economic development, education and public-private partnerships.

Brown discussed his …

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