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Documentary interns capture their immersion in Cuban culture

The Cuba Project interns and staff

Thanks to TigerLily Media, five Jacksonville University interns viewed Cuban culture last spring through both professional and personal lenses.

“Being Ecuadorian, I have a strong interest in learning more about other cultures much like my own,” says Anna Tripp, a …

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JU Partners with Delta Air Lines to Launch Aviator Careers

 In line with its mission to prepare students for life-long success, achievement and leadership, Jacksonville University today announced a partnership with Delta Air Lines to mentor and develop the most talented students in JU’s premier School of Aviation through the …

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Davis College of Business Recognizes Top 40 Students

Each year the Davis College of Business recognizes its most talented future business leaders with its prestigious list of Top 40 undergraduate, MBA and MSOL graduate business students.

Selected by a council of academic leadership and staff within the College …

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The Why of JU’s Online MS Sport Management Program: Colleen’s Story

Employment in the sport management industry is expected to grow up to 13 percent by 2026, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, faster than the average for other occupations. Colleen Cully of Parsons Xtreme Golf is a PXG …

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MARKET LIFE: Your Highest and Best Use

By Dr. Don Capener

Not too long ago, I talked with a close friend considering a career change. He expressed wanting to find further meaning in his work. He hoped  to make more of an impact on others, beyond just …

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The New Face of Philanthropy: Matt ’01 and Alexis Kane ’02

“The connections to JU run deep,” said Jacksonville University alumnus Matthew “Matt” R. Kane ’01. Although he recently completed his 2009-2018 term as a Board of Trustees member, Matt remains at the center of a new philanthropic efforts fueling the

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MARKET LIFE: Why Companies Don’t Go Nuclear

By Dr. Don Capener

As World War II was winding down in Europe, President Harry Truman had a difficult decision to make: would the nuclear option ultimately equal Japan’s surrender?

While a visiting professor at Waseda University in Tokyo in …

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MARKET LIFE: What to Look for in a Business Program

By Dr. Don Capener

Is academic excellence always subjective?

Most observers would say yes; academic excellence is subjective because it is sometimes difficult to measure improvement in higher education and agree on the most important outcomes.

Another way to measure …

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