Recently published by The Washington Post, Politifact.com, and other national and local media outlets, Assistant Professor of Political Science Dr. Michael Pomante and collaborators puzzled out ease of voting from state to state.Read More »
A new collaboration between WAVE Magazine and student-led campus publications, including The Navigator and The Aquarian, WAVE+ features articles written by and about Jacksonville University students.
By Gabriela Lovera, Editor-in-Chief of The Navigator
“A Little Lunch Music” performance series …Read More »
Consumer Goods and Services Marketing Students Discuss Importance of Authentic Business Relationships
By Kiana Blaylock (’19), Chief Strategic Officer of Phin Communications
A recent roundtable discussion designed to examine the rise of technology and the fall of in-store shopping morphed into a conversation about the importance of authentic relationships.
The Jacksonville University …Read More »
By Dr. Don Capener
Not too long ago, I talked with a close friend considering a career change. He expressed wanting to find further meaning in his work. He hoped to make more of an impact on others, beyond just …Read More »
By Natasha Ubani
What comes to mind when you think of Japanese culture? For a lot of people, I’m pretty sure the top answer is manga/anime culture. For me, it’s sushi. Unashamed …Read More »
Join WAVE Magazine for an exciting new series of interviews at Jacksonville University, where students are the heroes.
By Carley StickneyRead More »
By Dr. A. Quinton White
Charismatic megafauna is a term we use for those large animals that people find fascinating. Manatees, dolphins, and whales come to mind. These often huge creatures can cause a sense of wonder when we see …Read More »
Dr. Scott Watkins, Professor of Piano and coordinator of keyboard studies at Jacksonville University (JU) since 2001, researches the early life of famed American composer Howard Hanson in his spare time, focusing on the years that preceded Hanson’s directorship at …Read More »
By Sheri Webber
Now, in its tenth year, the world-renown ocean research organization OCEARCH has completed a cumulative 33 expeditions, collaborated with a total 174 scientists, facilitated the capture and release of more than 300 sharks, and has been the …Read More »