The manatees are back, the manatees are back! At least that is what it felt like last week at Jacksonville University. Despite the still cold water, we had a manatee visit our boat dock. There is nothing like one of …Read More »
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New Palm Coast Location Gets Green Light
Jacksonville University President Tim Cost and Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland announced today, Dec. 15, 2020, that Jacksonville University is partnering with the City of Palm Coast, Fla., to build a Palm Coast location and bring in-demand healthcare graduate …Read More »
RIVERKEEPER Organization Honors Dr. Quinton White Jr.
Congratulations to Quinton White Jr. for being selected as the first recipient of the Dr. A. Quinton White Jr. For the River Award named in his honor. The award was created by the St. Johns RIVERKEEPER organization to recognize select …Read More »
Farewell to an admired colleague and friend
It is with a heavy heart that Jacksonville University announces the passing of an educator who inspired hundreds of students and colleagues on our campus throughout her life and career — Dr. Marilyn Repsher. She was 90 years old.
A …Read More »
JU, SkillStorm partner to train tech talent at downtown campus
Jacksonville University and SkillStorm, a tech talent accelerator that hires, trains, certifies and deploys IT talent, are joining forces to build an extensive pipeline of technology talent for Jacksonville. The partnership will provide customized training to meet the specific …Read More »
River Life: Do sharks prowl the St. Johns?
Are there sharks in the St. Johns River? This is a frequently asked question, especially by middle school-aged students or people interested in sharks in general. And the short answer is yes, but as usual, it is more complicated than …Read More »
MSRI offers marine science exploration at virtual camp
At Jacksonville University’s Marine Science Research Institute (MSRI), summer camp is on – virtually.
“There are lots of people looking for something educationally stimulating for their children to do this summer,” says Assistant Professor of Marine Science Dr. Melinda Simmons, …Read More »
River Life: Time to restore the Ocklawaha
Is it really July already? This has been an incredible year that few could have imagined in January.
The future is so uncertain with the pandemic and social unrest upsetting the normal patterns of our lives. But we will survive …Read More »
University’s new Data Science minor prepares students for tomorrow
Jacksonville University works hard to prepare its students for jobs that don’t yet exist. That means creating courses and programs that cross disciplines and add value to any career.
The University’s Data Science minor, which launches this fall, lands directly …Read More »
River Life: A history of predicting hurricanes
The impact of hurricanes to the coastal Southeastern United States is huge, especially to Florida and locally to the St. Johns River.
Hurricane season officially started Monday. But we have already had two named storms, with Bertha striking South Carolina …Read More »