Davis Leadership Luncheon
Presents Isaiah Harris, Tony Boselli, and Donovin Darius
FOOTBALL TO BUSINESS – LESSONS IN LEADERSHIP AND CHARACTER
Moderated by Dr. Julius Demps
SEE FLYER BELOW FOR DETAILS!
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Check out the coverage on Action News Aug. 3 of JU’s Dolphin Advanced Science and Technology Camp, with students from Kirby-Smith Middle School. Reporter Tracy Collins talked with students and camp coordinator Tony Guy about robotics, shark dissections and more.…Read More »
Aug. 2, 2012
To: JU faculty and staff
Re: Arlington Expressway construction work
Please see the JEA news release below. JEA informs us that while all Arlington Expressway overpasses will be open during construction work on the road from 11 …Read More »
Coach Warren and the Men’s Basketball Team are hosting
an open practice in Swisher Gym this Saturday.
THE DOORS TO SWISHER GYM WILL OPEN AT 11 a.m.
The team and the JU Basketball Tip Off Club will be grilling
hamburgers …Read More »
By Phillip Milano
Making sure students, faculty and staff remain safe was the order of the day recently as campus security and Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office personnel worked together to defuse a mock “hostage situation” on JU’s grounds.
A call of …Read More »
Heather Downs, an assistant professor of sociology at Jacksonville University, got a chance to offer her insights into changing family structure in a front-page article July 29 in the Sunday Florida Times-Union.
Downs, who has a passion for family and …Read More »
Artwork by a Jacksonville University Professor of Sculpture and a 2012 JU Photography graduate is being splashed across Jacksonville on digital billboards as part of “The Highway Gallery: A Public Art Experiment,” now through Aug. 31.
The pieces by Professor …Read More »
JU Journalism professor Keith Saliba’s research on Literary War Journalism published in Journal of Magazine & New Media Research
Dr. Keith Saliba, JU assistant professor of Journalism and Mass Media, recently published research on Literary War Journalism in the Journal of Magazine & New Media Research.
The Abstract for the article, titled “Literary War Journalism: Framing and the Creation …Read More »
By Jim Nasella
The Jacksonville University athletic department began a new era Wednesday, July 25, when Brad Edwards was named Director of Athletics.
Edwards, 46, a former player in the National Football League, comes to the Dolphins from Newberry College, …