The Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences has partnered with Baptist Health on a Nurse Residency Program that offers a level of academic-setting and simulation training to newly graduated Baptist Health nurses that is the first of its kind in …Read More »
The largest incoming class of honors students will be in for an exciting upcoming weekend as they head out for the annual Honors Orientation Friday, but the 80 or so freshmen have no idea where they are going.
“They won’t …Read More »
Dr. Christine Sapienza, Dean of Jacksonville University’s Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences, is already known worldwide for her clinical trials on airway protection, mentoring thousands of students and clinicians, initiating community outreach on voice and respiratory rehabilitation and …Read More »
Dr. Sawsan Tabbaa, a multiple award-winning researcher and educator whose findings have drawn worldwide attention, has joined the School of Orthodontics as a full-time Clinical Associate Professor and Research Coordinator.
Dr. Tabbaa has collaborated with Dr. Christine Sapienza, Dean of …Read More »
Dr. Colleen Wilson, Department Chair and Associate Professor of Education in the School of Education, finds the opportunity to learn from her students and other educators especially rewarding, and now she’s been rewarded for her academic efforts over a 30-year …Read More »
Celebrating the most inspiring and creative minds helping K-12 students in Northeast Florida, Jacksonville University and the Jacksonville Business Journal bestowed the annual Innovators in Education Awards at a luncheon on campus Thursday, May 5, featuring a keynote by JU …Read More »
The lawns keep getting greener and fuller. The dolphin statues are iconic. Corporate partners are paying for upgrades to academic and athletic programs. There are new residence halls, and new funding for key programs in the health sciences, marine sciences, …Read More »
Florida should be seen as a gateway to success and innovation, Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam tells JU PPI board
Issues key to making Florida a player in the global job market – economics, water, education and healthcare – were the focus of an address by Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam when he visited with Jacksonville University’s Public Policy …Read More »
Dr. Laney Yelverton (“Doc Y”), former Professor of Physical Education at Jacksonville University who taught hundreds of area youths how to swim and was known for his Harley and ponytail along with his rigorous but attentive teaching style, died yesterday …Read More »
Helping Mayan teachers create “joyful learning” and inspiring U.S. educators back home are two reasons why Dr. Tammy Ryan, associate professor of Reading Education and director of the Master of Education in Reading Education program, went back to Guatemala.
Ryan …Read More »