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By Phillip Milano
He had them at “half-day Fridays.”
JU President Tim Cost, in an informal Q&A Tuesday, April 9, with attendees at the monthly Employee Advisory Council meeting, prompted cheers when he kicked things off by announcing traditional half-day …Read More »
The Jacksonville University College of Fine Arts presents the JU Wind Ensemble in a spring concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 21, in Terry Concert Hall on the JU campus. The concert is free to the public.
The Wind Ensemble …Read More »
Geography whizzes from all over the Sunshine State descended on Terry Concert Hall at Jacksonville University April 5, as the University again hosted the state Geographic Bee.… Read More »
Before the grownups started listening outside Swisher Library April 2 at the JU Off the Shelf Open Mic Poetry Event, the kids were listening inside.
JU President Tim Cost read to them from Eric Carle’s The Very Clumsy Click Beetle,… Read More »
Congratulations to the following Jacksonville University students awarded grants to pursue their undergraduate research projects during the 2013-2014 academic year:
|Name||Title||Research Advisor||Amount Awarded|
|Katherine Kara||Canine Heartworm Infection: Mosquito Vector Species Richness and Abundance in Jacksonville, FL|
Using examples in education, trade, tourism, manufacturing and more, Florida Gov. Rick Scott stressed the value of public policy to help shape the future and improve lives, praising the JU Public Policy Institute for its efforts during a speech to …Read More »
Fresh on the heels of establishing two major scholarship funds last week for JU Master in Public Policy students, the JU Public Policy Institute (JU PPI) announced Tuesday it is now accepting applications for the fall 2013 semester.
The Institute …Read More »