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JU management professor Dr. Donald Horner featured in Navy Times cover story on “toxic leaders” controversy

Dr. Donald Horner, a JU management professor currently on sabbatical and working as Jacksonville’s Education Commissioner, was recently featured in a Navy Times cover story on the U.S. Navy’s “toxic leaders” controversy.

Among other things, Horner is quoted as saying: …

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Former U.S. Comptroller General and JU alum David M. Walker to speak Oct. 2 in Jacksonville on federal debt crisis

What: Event billed as a non-partisan, fact-based discussion of the national debt, part of a 12-state bus tour targeting undecided voters in those states considered to be most important in determining the outcome of the Presidential election. The event is …

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JU Homecoming Alumni and Student event schedule!


(Student-centric events follow below)




Monday evening:  Drive~In Movie, 8 p.m., Lot  I

Tuesday evening:  Float Decorating, 6 p.m., Lot I

 Wednesday evening:  Big Man On Campus/Miss Dolphina, 7 p.m., Kinne Center

 Thursday evening:  Pep Rally!  6:30

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Check out the first performance by JU’s new Marching Band!

Check out the first performance of JU’s new Marching Band, led by Director Chris Creswell, at the Dolphins’ home opener Saturday, Sept. 15, vs. Webber International. The Dolphins racked up nearly 500 yards of offense in an impressive 33-10 win.

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JU professor to screen production of The Tempest on Sept. 21

Jacksonville University film professor Carolina Conte will screen her production of the magical Shakespearean play The Tempest at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 21 at JU’s Terry Concert Hall. The screening will be accompanied by live music composed for the movie by

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Consul General of France to visit Jacksonville Sept. 23, award National Order of Merit to former JU Professor Suzanne Carrell

By Clayton Levins

Jacksonville University

                 She may have retired from teaching French at Jacksonville University, but Suzanne Carrell’s legacy of enlightening people about the country’s language and culture remains to this day.

                 For that 60-year track record, Carrell, 90, will …

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JU Study Abroad video with Geography Professor Ray Oldakowski offers tantalizing glimpse of San Juan Spring Break ’13 trip

If you’re not into rainforests, caves, Caribbean beaches, Danza and Salsa music, Puerto Rican culture and broadening your horizons, you will be after viewing a new Jacksonville University Study Abroad video. It offers a tantalizing glimpse of the upcoming Spring …

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