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JU Public Policy Institute receives $152K duPont grant

The JU Public Policy Institute, which will begin offering four master in public policy graduate degree programs in August 2013, has been awarded a $152,000 grant from the Jessie Ball duPont Religious, Charitable and Educational Fund.

The grant will fund …

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Businessman Ron Autrey to JU grads: Never stop learning

As with technology, education never stops. If you let either pass you by, you will be passed by.

That was the core of Jacksonville businessman Ronald A. Autrey’s technology-centric keynote address at Jacksonville University’s 2012 Fall Commencement on Saturday, Dec. …

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JU, Coastal Law to offer dual juris doctor of law, master in public policy degree

Jacksonville University and Florida Coastal School of Law officials announced a groundbreaking collaboration Wednesday that will enable students to simultaneously obtain a master in public policy degree and juris doctor in law. The two degrees will be obtained in four …

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JU and Coastal Law to offer JD-MPP dual degrees

Jacksonville University and Florida Coastal School of Law officials announced a groundbreaking collaboration Wednesday that will enable students to simultaneously obtain a master in public policy degree and juris doctor in law. The two degrees will be obtained in four …

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Pancakes (and bacon and CHOCOLATE, oh my!) a hit at JU finals week breakfast

     

THEY TAKE THE CAKE: Studying for exams on an empty stomach simply wasn’t on the late-night menu for hundreds of Jacksonville University students who lined-up Monday, Dec. 10 at Riverview Cafe on campus. Staff and faculty members and administrators (including

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JU’s Women in Computer Science Society works to draw more females to field

JU’s Women in Computer Science Society recently held its first meeting to help attract more women to the field, as well as to offer mentoring and professional advice. 

The officers of the club are Crystal Armstrong (president), Rachael Jenkins (vice …

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