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The Road from Tegucigalpa: Alejandra’s Story

By Sheri Webber

Though Jacksonville University alumna Ninoska Alejandra “Ale” Nuñez Garcia Keyes (’14) never had the pleasure of meeting her grandfather, it is his legacy that largely inspired her educational journey. He passed away in 1969, decades before her …

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JU and WJXT Co-Host Final Republican Primary Debate for Florida Governor’s Office

By Sheri Webber

The Jacksonville University Public Policy Institute (the Institute) is no stranger to lively debates between candidates. The Institute and WJXT-TV Channel 4 have co-hosted seven televised debates in local, state, and federal elections since 2015.

Tonight, the …

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River Life: Key Ingredients in St. Johns Algae Blooms

By Dr. A. Quinton White

While we have not set any records for hottest days this summer, at least not yet, it sure seems like we have had a very long spell of days with temperatures over 90 degrees. The …

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JU Alum & High School Coach Celebrates 21-year Perfect Attendance Streak

Jacksonville University graduate Tony Watson (’85) started his 31-year teaching and coaching career in Jacksonville. Currently teaching physical education in Royal Palm Beach at Forest Hill High, his alma mater, Watson displays the “can-do” Dolphin attitude.

Publication: Jodie Wagner reports …

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Juilliard Quartet Founder & Jacksonville University VIP Guest Dies at 97

By Sheri Webber

Born on July 19, 1920, and raised in Portland, Oregon, renowned American violinist Robert Nathaniel Mann made three guest appearances at Jacksonville University (JU).

Mann passed away earlier this year at the age of 97. He is …

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Eppley Foundation Awards JU Professor Funding for Plant-Based Electronics Research

By Sheri Webber

On June 21, The Eppley Foundation for Research awarded Jacksonville University (JU) Assistant Professor of Physics Dr. Ramesh Adhikari $24,850 in grant funding to conduct and oversee undergraduate research on the development of plant-based electronics.

The Foundation …

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