This month, Jacksonville University is welcoming hundreds of new students and their families to campus during four New Student Orientation sessions, when they learn more about academic programs, get acquainted with the campus, and connect with the broader Phin Family. …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 »
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 »
Dr. Whitney George, Assistant Professor and an original faculty member of Jacksonville University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program stands among some of Jacksonville’s brightest young leaders. They innovate, serve, create, imagine, launch, enterprise, and blaze the way forward—and they’ve done …Read More »
By Kiana Blaylock
As this semester and my undergraduate career come to a close, I reflect on the things that made my time at Jacksonville University (JU) remarkable. Here are five things every JU student should experience before saying farewell… …Read More »
Jacksonville University’s Women’s History Month committee, together with President and Mrs. Cost, hosted an evening to remember as three JU women accepted the distinction of Woman of the Year.
Throughout March, the University joined millions across the nation celebrating Women’s …Read More »
By Sheri Webber
Four candidates in the Jacksonville race for mayor stepped onto the Terry Concert Hall stage Wednesday night and into the homes of Duval County residents for a live, hour-long debate broadcast. Jacksonville University (JU) was proud to …Read More »
Expert Panel Explores Patient Safety Solutions for Victims of Human Trafficking at Annual QSEN Forum
By Sheri Webber
About one in four human trafficking survivors come into contact with a healthcare professional at some point. But some members of the medical community feel they lack the awareness, training, and collaborative network necessary to combat the …Read More »