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Basketball Performance Center unveiled to men’s and women’s teams

In a triumphant moment that was years in the making, Jacksonville University’s men’s and women’s basketball teams finally got their first look – and first shots – inside the just-completed Basketball Performance Center.

The facility, where both basketball teams will …

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Jacksonville University’s online programs rank amongst best in U.S.

Jacksonville University earned a spot on another U.S. News & World Report list, appearing this time in the 2022 Best Online Programs listings.

Programs in both the Davis College of Business and Keigwin School of Nursing were recognized on the …

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JU nursing students help educate hundreds at a Jacksonville high school

On the afternoon of Oct. 13, 2021, the manicured, lush grounds of the Bolles Upper School were inundated with 400 high school students. 

But this was no ordinary school day. 

Instead of traveling from one classroom to the next, these …

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Expanded Healthcare Simulation Center ready for more learners

What started as a 5,000-square-foot facility on Jacksonville University’s campus, the Healthcare Simulation Center is now more than six times the size and able to serve more students and health professionals than ever. 

The 2,569-square-foot event space in the Healthcare

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NROTC assistant marine officer instructor amongst the top in U.S.

Receiving the Southeast region’s USAA Assistant Marine Officer Instructor of the Year came as a surprise to Gunnery Sgt. Noe Ahumada-Barron, but not to those who work closely with him.

Six Assistant Marine Officer Instructors in the country are selected …

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A new era in men’s basketball

As they continue with conference play this week, the Jacksonville University men’s basketball program is off to a strong 9-4 start this season, including wins in five out of its last six contests. First-year head coach Jordan Mincy was brought …

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River Life: St. Johns River’s blue crabs need our help

Last month’s column was part of a question posed on my final exam in The Ecology of the St. Johns River course. The student’s contribution was well received with a number of favorable reviews. So, I thought I would use …

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Keigwin School of Nursing launches student mentorship program

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For nursing students starting their education during a pandemic in 2020, collaborating and interacting with classmates wasn’t an easy task.

Classes were online, students weren’t in the same place and as a result, in-person interactions between students were a bit …

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Design professor lands project in Times Square

When Assistant Professor of Design Ron Edelen dives into freelance design projects with some of the most recognizable brands in the world, that translates into opportunity and real-world knowledge for his students. 


2021 was a busy year for Edelen. While …

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