It has been said that at this very time of year on the campus of Jacksonville University, when the classrooms are dark and the offices empty and the mighty branches of the centennial oak twist skyward toward a moonless night, …Read More »
One step forward. Two steps back.
The 2021 St. Johns River Report, developed by a team of researchers from Jacksonville University and several other universities, offers signs of positive progress regarding the health of the river, while some concerning trends …Read More »
Historians talk about the Industrial Revolution as a fundamental transformation in our society, when workers moved from the fields to the factories. At that time, technology and science brought people together in factories to mass produce goods. In the context …Read More »
Every year, Jacksonville University celebrates a new class of Distinguished Alumni award recipients during Homecoming & Family Weekend.
“After virtual homecoming events in 2020, we are so excited to honor these amazing alumni in person this year at our kickoff …Read More »
The Ocklawaha River is the largest tributary in the St. Johns River. As is true for much of the St. Johns River system, it is a complex series of lakes and streams that flow together to become the “River of …Read More »
Continuing its commitment to educating and training skilled healthcare workers to meet rising demand for quality clinical services in Northeast Florida and beyond, Jacksonville University (JU) announced the expansion of its relationship with longstanding partner Brooks Rehabilitation. A $1.5 million …Read More »
Jacksonville University Launches Master of Respiratory Care in Response to Growing Pandemic-related Demand
JU partners with Chicago’s award-winning Rush University to develop the only respiratory care master’s program in the state of Florida.
In response to growing national workforce demand accelerated by the pandemic, Jacksonville University (Jacksonville, Fla.) is launching a master’s program …Read More »