For decades, we have heard about the importance of STEM education in the U.S. — to the point where it has become ubiquitous. In the race to compete globally, as other countries continue to churn out coders, doctors, engineers and …Read More »
Almost three years ago, I moved to Jacksonville University’s campus for the first time. I remember it so vividly.
My mom and I pulled up to North Hall where a crowd of eager students waited to help unload my stuff. …Read More »
Davis College of Business Junior Natasha Ubani explores culture, history and Disney while studying abroad for the summer.
June was one for the books! With only a month left in Tokyo, time seems to be moving faster than …Read More »
What’s the significance of teaching a farmer in a remote region of Africa how to grow a better potato?
For Dr. Makaziwe Mandela — humanitarian, successful businesswoman, and daughter of the late South African President Nelson Mandela — it’s an …Read More »
Has it ever occurred to you that the St. Johns River is very much like a symphony? Jacksonville is blessed to have an excellent symphony orchestra. I was at the final Jacksonville Symphony Masterworks Concert performance of Mahler’s 5th…Read More »
Jacksonville University is known as a forum for vibrant conversations on significant social, political and business topics. In line with that vitally important role, JU will award its 2019 Presidential Global Citizen Award to global human rights activist Dr. Makaziwe …Read More »
Earning a bachelor’s degree from Jacksonville University when others are planning their retirements, Command Master Chief J. Scott Drenning, Class of ’16, proves that it’s never too late to chase your dreams.
“I joined the military when I was 28 …Read More »