After a comprehensive national search that attracted distinguished candidates from all over the world, Jacksonville University today announced the selection of its College of Law founding Dean, Nicholas W. Allard, Esq., along with an administrative leadership team for the …Read More »
Mentorship, unique experiences define inaugural year of Zimmerman Scholars Program
This past year, 18 Davis College of Business & Technology students took their studies beyond the classroom and into the professional world as the inaugural class of Zimmerman Scholars.
The program, which started fall 2021, is designed to prepare top …
JU’s Connected program helps keep river education afloat
Teachers in grades K-12 are underwater, and like our planet, they need resources to support them.
Teaching at the college level, especially during a pandemic, has been challenging, but what our public-school teachers are facing on a regular basis …Read More »
Phinternships: Chloe Mattivi gets to work at Miller Electric
For Chloe Mattivi ‘23, her experience as a Davis College of Business Dean’s Fellow helped her land an internship at one of the top local companies in Jacksonville.
Mattivi, a marketing major with a Spanish minor, wanted a chance to …Read More »
As seen in WAVE: How the University is transforming the future: A conversation with President Tim Cost
Emerging technologies. Global pandemic. Revamped lifestyles. Economic recession. Geopolitical upheaval. Changing expectations of the next generation. Amidst the uncertainty impacting decision-making across higher education, business, nonprofits and government, Jacksonville University President Tim Cost sees a host of opportunities on the …Read More »
JU Shooting team members head to the international stage
Two Jacksonville University shooting teammates have their sights set on competing, and winning, at the highest level of their sport.
Incoming junior Lance Thompson will take the international stage in Olympic trap shooting on May 11 in Suhl, Germany in …Read More »
Licensed Practical Nurses ‘crucial’ to healthcare systems
Working as a licensed practical nurse is not only an accessible entry point into the nursing field, but it offers the opportunity to do meaningful, valuable work in a hospital setting.
Executive Director of Healthcare Simulation Center Dr. Kathleen Kavanagh …Read More »
Men’s lacrosse looks to extend most successful season in program history
No matter what happens in postseason play, the JU Men’s Lacrosse team has had its winningest season in its 11-year history, setting the tone for a new era of lacrosse in Jacksonville.
Taking down top-ranked programs like Duke and Denver …Read More »
HQS professor lands Fulbright Specialist grant for work in Liberia
More than ten years after Dr. Dorcas Kunkel helped launch a M.S. in Nursing/Midwifery program in Monrovia, Liberia, she’s returning to the country as a Fulbright Specialist.
As an adjunct in JU’s Healthcare Quality and Safety department and an experienced …Read More »
IDEA River Bluff breaks ground south of campus
In a step toward establishing a pre-K through doctorate educational hub in Arlington, IDEA Public Schools broke ground on its River Bluff campus April 27 where it plans to open a K-12 school this fall.
IDEA School Florida executive director …Read More »