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JU ‘Blackout Thursday’ music event to be held Feb. 28!

BLACKOUT THURSDAY
9 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 28
JU’s Black Box Theater, downstairs in Phillips Fine Arts

Blackout Thursday is the second night of the Spring 2013 FREE Concert
Series. This event is being held to celebrate great friends and great

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Message from JU President Tim Cost: Open office hours

 

 

To our students, faculty and staff,

Thank you all for your warm welcome during my first few weeks on campus. I’ve had a chance to walk our beautiful surroundings a number of times, and chances are some of

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JU Public Policy Institute selects Richard Sisisky as first chair

The board of advisors for the JU Public Policy Institute announced it has selected Richard Sisisky, president and CEO of management consulting firm The Shircliff & Sisisky Co., as its first chair.

“Richard Sisisky is an extraordinary community and business …

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Fourth Fleet Sailors visit Jacksonville University NROTC

By Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Sean Allen
4th Fleet Public Affairs, U.S. Navy

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (NNS) — Sailors from U.S. 4th Fleet spent the morning with more than 50 Navy midshipmen from Jacksonville University Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps …

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Companies starting to nix phone numbers on their websites, JU’s Dr. Angela Mattia tells Florida Times-Union

Finding a reliable phone number on a business’ website is getting more difficult, Angela Mattia, a Jacksonville University assistant professor of information management, told The Florida Times-Union for a story published in its Sunday, Feb. 17, edition.

Chat windows are …

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Race no cause to be skittish in conversations, JU Sociologist Heather Downs tells Florida Times-Union

Parents ought not to be skittish when it comes to discussing race with their children, Jacksonville University sociologist Heather Downs told The Florida Times-Union for an article in its Reason section on Sunday, Feb. 17, edition.

Writer Adam Kealoha Causey’s …

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