Veterans of USS SHANGRI-LA have adopted Jacksonville University NROTC in support of their shared mission to develop leaders. On the morning of Oct. 4, more than 200 veterans, guests, and Midshipmen conducted the 36th Annual USS Shangri-La (CV-38) Reunion and …Read More »
Recent JU grad Arelis Resto, 22, has left indelible images across campus for students, faculty, staff and visitors to enjoy for years to come.
Resto, who graduated May 3, 2014, with bachelors’ degrees in Illustration and English, painted three murals …Read More »
By Christina Kelso
JU Communications senior
For the more than 300 visitors who explored the Jacksonville University Marine Science Research Institute’s Seventh Annual Ripples on the River event on Saturday, May 17, the St. Johns River became more than a …Read More »
Jacksonville University will host numerous outdoor and indoor camps this year. Please see the list below for more information.
Passport Staff, June 4–14, http://passportcamps.org
Team Focus, June 8–10, http://teamfocususa.org
Tony Jasick Basketball Camp, June 9-13, firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn2Earn, June 8–13, http://www.coj.net/mayor/bizform/mayor-brown-s-learn-2earn.aspx… Read More »
Love Jazz? Look for JU faculty and combo members at this year’s Jacksonville Jazz Festival downtown May 24-25.
The Jacksonville University Jazz Combo 1, under the direction of John W. Ricci, Director of Jazz Studies at JU, performs at 3 …Read More »
Jacksonville University’s Dr. Ray Oldakowski, Geography, and Dr. Erich Freiberger, Philosophy, have been selected as visiting scholars in this year’s duPont Summer Seminar Series at the National Humanities Center in Research Triangle Park, N.C.
This is especially noteworthy because the …Read More »
Congratulations to JU psychology major Erika Karon (pictured with President Cost), winner of a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 tablet from the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Research!
During the Spring 2014 term, Jacksonville University administered the National Survey of Student …Read More »
Jacksonville University’s recent STEM workshop for high school girls builds on an outreach effort started several years ago designed to grow interest among females in science and technical careers.
A continuation of a program begun in 2011 that was funded …Read More »
By Taylor Agnew
JU Communications senior
JU faculty and students recently presented at the Benthic Ecology Meeting in Jacksonville, one of the largest scientific gatherings of premier marine biologists in the world.
The team made a strong showing with three …Read More »