Tony Steve – Marimba, Xylophone, Vibes and Percussion (JU Asst. Professor of Contemporary Music and Percussion), Bob Moore – Piano (JU Alum), and Joe Yorio – Bass Clarinet (JU Adjunct Professor) will perform during the “Promenade!” Art Walk Concert at… Read More »
Jacksonville University alum Nina Waters, president of The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida, has won The Florida Times-Union’s 2013 EVE Award in the employment category.
Waters, a 1980 sociology graduate at JU, is also a JU Distinguished Alumni, a 2010 …Read More »
Researchers at Jacksonville University and UNF are getting some big-time help from the state to figure out the economic worth of the St. Johns River to the region.
In a Florida Times-Union article in its Monday, June 3, editions, The …Read More »
By Phillip Milano
More space, better facilities, state-of-the-art technology, the most well-prepared health care graduates and even stronger partnerships with the medical community were key highlights touted as Jacksonville University broke ground Monday, June 3, on its new $8 million …Read More »
For those of you who couldn’t make it, here’s a nice piece on First Coast News about JU mascot Nellie, 60, the oldest living dolphin in human care, who received an honorary doctoral degree in health sciences and longevity from… Read More »
JU will act as host site to numerous exciting outdoor and indoor camps this year. Please see the list below for more information. Spots still available at many!
Cliff Warren Basketball Camp June 3 – 7, 10 – 14 &… Read More »
By Kevin Hogencamp/Jacksonville University
MARINELAND, Fla. — Call her “Dr.” Nellie, if you will. You could even say that she’s “old school.”
Jacksonville University’s beloved marine mascot – the oldest dolphin in human care – received an honorary doctorate degree …Read More »
Jacksonville University business dean discusses DUI blood-alcohol recommendation in Times-Union article
Pub owners should be concerned about a National Transportation Safety Board recommendation to lower the driving-under-in-the-influence blood-alcohol threshold, Jacksonville University Business Dean Don Capener says in a May 24 Florida Times-Union article.
“Those (regulations) increase the costs and risks for …Read More »
Jacksonville University Artist-in-Residence Gary Starling to perform at 7 p.m. today, May 24 at Jazz Fest’s Landing stage
Music lovers can catch two jazz-playing Jacksonville University professors within three blocks today — Friday, May 24 — at the Jacksonville Jazz Festival.
The Gary Starling Group — featuring its guitar-playing namesake, a Jacksonville University Artist-in-Residence — will perform from …Read More »