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Exercise is Medicine recognizes University for efforts to create culture of wellness

Exercise is Medicine

Dr. Carena Winters, Dr. Kristin Alberts, Dr. Buffy Maetozo and Kinesiology master’s student Jackie Baldwin helped Jacksonville University again earn gold level designation from the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Exercise is Medicine® On Campus (EIM-OC) program for their …

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University working toward reopening campus in the fall

President Tim Cost ’81 announced some steps Jacksonville University is taking so we can safely welcome students, faculty and staff back to our beautiful campus.

Please watch the update from President Cost outlining how we are preparing our campus while …

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River Life: What lies beneath the surface of the sand

Last month River Life took a virtual walk on the beach. Beaches were closed and no one could take a stroll or run along the shoreline. Thankfully that has changed.

Beaches have reopened for recreation, welcome news to those who …

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Junior physics major in NROTC chosen for submarine program

Vanessa Rodriguez in uniform

Since she was young, junior physics major Vanessa Rodriguez has wanted to join the US Navy. Her father served in the Navy for 23 years. That’s why Vanessa developed a fascination with ships.

Last year, the Naval Reserve Officer Training …

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Four faculty members earn Awards for Excellence

Faculty Awards for Excellence

Jacksonville University faculty named Associate Professor of Voice Dr. Kimberly Beasley Professor of the Year and also presented her with the Excellence in University Service Award last week during a virtual faculty assembly.

“I can’t speak more highly of Kimberly’s …

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Double major Francis Alip named Student of the Year

COAS Student Awards

The Jacksonville University College of Arts & Sciences (COAS) has named double major Francis Alip its Student of the Year.

Francis Alip

“Francis has an impressive record of both University and community service along with his academic accomplishments,” says COAS Dean Matthew …

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