Historians talk about the Industrial Revolution as a fundamental transformation in our society, when workers moved from the fields to the factories. At that time, technology and science brought people together in factories to mass produce goods. In the context …Read More »
As we are keenly aware, there is one big drawback from working in close proximity with other humans: increased transmissibility of viruses and disease. However, as the workplace has shifted to flex and virtual work, consideration should also be given to …Read More »
Over the ages, the parable of the Good Samaritan is one of the most popular stories from the Bible. A man travelling from Jerusalem to Jericho is attacked by robbers, who leave him for dead on the side of the …Read More »
As Jacksonville University continues to expand the learning and career opportunities afforded by its interdisciplinary approach to academic programming, it is pleased to announce the creation of a doctorate-level degree track designed for aspiring healthcare leaders. The Doctor of Business …Read More »
Habits are hard to break. This adage is especially true when it comes to long-ingrained patterns of behavior in organizations sustained by thousands of people over a period of decades.
Enter the COVID-19 pandemic. Very few events over the course …Read More »
On July 20, 1969, at 10:44 p.m. EDT, Flight Director Gene Kranz gave the “Go” for the moon. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin undocked the lunar module, named Eagle, and began the powered descent to the moon for the historic …Read More »
When two college sweethearts decide to rebrand a family cheese plant and diversify the market, the result is a whole lot of cheddar made with a whole lot of love.
Kevin Lussier, Class of 2016, and wife, Shelby Lussier, Class …Read More »