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Our Place in the Sun: JU Outshines the Rest – Dr. Jeremy Stalker Associate Professor of Marine Science

By: Andrew Wolfson

Jacksonville University is host to a wide array of talented individuals, from students to faculty, biology majors to coaches, marine scientists to international students, each leaving their own indelible mark on JU. In the spirit of new …

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Our Place in the Sun: JU Outshines the Rest – Ronald Grigg

By: Andrew Wolfson

Jacksonville University is host to a wide array of talented individuals, from students to faculty, biology majors to coaches, marine scientists to international students, each leaving their own indelible mark on JU. In the spirit of new …

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JU CFA team wins national research challenge, looks forward to Global Final

By Marilyn Young

As the Jacksonville University team shook hands with the judges of the CFA Institute Research Challenge, Jamie Seim saw a little something in their eyes.

Seim and his team members, Henry Crayton and Maria “M.J.” Fueyo, had …

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DCOB Sponsors Panel on Social Marketing & Brand Enhancement

Branding and differentiating in the consumer goods industry was the topic of a March 23 panel discussion sponsored by the Jacksonville University (JU) Davis College of Business (DCOB) Consumer Goods and Services Marketing Program. This industry-centric degree path takes a …

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JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCES PROFESSOR OF THE YEAR

Julie S. Brannon, Ph.D., Professor and English Chair, Division of Humanities, College of Arts and Sciences, was honored Friday, March 23, as Jacksonville University’s 2018-19 Professor of the Year. The much-anticipated award, and several other honors, were presented at the …

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National Experts Explore Patient Safety Solutions and Duval County’s Opioid Crisis, Led by JU QSEN Institute

Jacksonville University’s QSEN Institute Regional Center hosted its 2018 Patient Safety Forum on March 2, welcoming a sold-out crowd that included students, safety professionals, policy makers, compliance professionals, pharmacists, risk managers, and medical professionals from across the spectrum of the …

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Hot Off the Press: An Evening of Original Compositions with Your JU Orchestra

By Marguerite Richardson, D.Mus.
Associate Professor of Strings & Director of Orchestral Activities, Jacksonville University

The Jacksonville University Orchestra will present a program of contemporary compositions on Tuesday, March 6, in Terry Concert Hall at 7:30 PM.  The music, which …

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JU launches Master in Public Policy Minority Fellowship Program with City of Jacksonville

An historic initiative backed by the Mayor, Jacksonville University and key black community advocates will offer future African-American leaders a two-year JU Master in Public Policy scholarship, a city internship and job placement help that keeps their vision and talent …

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“Mrs. Warren’s Profession” puts acclaimed instructor Deborah Jordan center stage in JU theater debut Feb. 16-24

One of the most formidable female characters ever crafted will be portrayed by one of the most passionate instructors in the College of Fine Arts, as Associate Professor of Theater Arts Deborah Jordan makes her JU debut in the title …

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Elton John’s epic ‘Aida’ casts a soaring refrain of love without borders in Music Division production Feb. 15-25

Warring nations come together and forbidden love faces its ultimate challenge in Elton John and Tim Rice’s “Aida,” the Tony and Grammy award-winning musical that comes to JU’s Swisher Theater Feb. 15-25.

The tale of a bond between an Egyptian …

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