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A World Away and Never Closer: The Knox-Stewart World Cup Reunion

May 5, 2007. The lawns are green, the temperature in the mid-80s and the Florida sun is shining. Back home it would have been raining, or at least cloudy, and about 30 degrees cooler. But Russell Knox and Duncan Stewart …

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The Kree Clark Creed

Though it may not be carved in stone anywhere or displayed in lights for all to see, recent Davis College of Business graduate and student-athlete Kree Clark lives by her own personal code:

“Because of hardships, I am strong. Because

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Sport Management online master’s program gears up for January as professors solidify industry relationships

JU Sport Business professors Dr. Carol Dole and Dr. Todd Hall, who are gearing up for the January launch of the region’s only fully online business-focused Sport Management master’s degree, recently traveled to the inaugural Warsaw Sports Business Analytics Symposium …

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Student Veterans of America Cookout draws in JU community

I would like to thank our JU students, faculty, staff and alumni for the tremendous turnout at the Student Veterans of America Cookout this past Wednesday. The SVA team was pleasantly surprised by the attendance. The purpose was to help …

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JU represents at 2016 American Speech-Language Hearing Association Convention

Speech-Language Pathology graduate program faculty and students are ready to go again to the American Speech-Language Hearing Association Convention Nov. 16-19 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, with seven presentations ready.

Dr. Christine Sapienza, Dean of the Brooks Rehabilitation

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