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Congratulations to Our Employee Graduates

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Jacksonville University employees receive a number of benefits, one of the most coveted being the opportunity to continue their education. More than 40 employees graduated with bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees during the 2020-2021 school year. These Dolphins have forged …

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Marking Purpose Through Policy: Javon Knight’s Story

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Within the four colleges and three institutes of Jacksonville University are tomorrow’s leaders, students who hope to better their communities and perhaps change the world around them. Alumnus Javon Knight was one of these students. Knight received his Master in

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Speech-Language Pathology: A Program on the Rise

Speech-language pathology students visit Landon Middle School (pre-COVID) in Duval County, Fla.

A king who stammers? That simply can’t be. How can he possibly be taken seriously? How can he lead?

These were the sentiments at the time of King George VI as portrayed in “The Kings Speech.” It took the dedication …

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Historic Apollo 11 Flight Offers Important Career Lessons

Apollo 11 on the moon with astronaut jumping

On July 20, 1969, at 10:44 p.m. EDT, Flight Director Gene Kranz gave the “Go” for the moon. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin undocked the lunar module, named Eagle, and began the powered descent to the moon for the historic …

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Jacksonville University and Availity Support APRN Independence

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It has been said that the battlefields of the Civil War were no place for a woman, and yet, there she was, the “Angel of the Battlefield,” the one and only Clara Barton. According to the chronicles of Women’s History, …

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UpSkill Institute: A Modern Educational Model

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According to statistics released by the U.S. Department of Labor, in the early months of the pandemic, the nation’s unemployment rate reached its highest level since the Great Depression, skyrocketing to 14.7 percent in April of 2020, more than tripling …

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