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 …
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 »
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 »
Stein College, fine arts sophomore plan inaugural Festival of the Arts on Charter Day
Following the community service portion of Charter Day, the Stein College will host the Festival of the Arts, featuring student, alumni, faculty and staff work.
Various booths and art demonstrations will be set up at Stein Circle in front of …Read More »
Phin Comm students create award-winning campaign for local nonprofit
Just about everyone wants to make a difference in their communities.
For some, this comes in the form of fostering shelter dogs; for others, they donate to local soup kitchens. But what about public relations?
This past year, Associate Professor …Read More »
Princeton Review, CEO Magazine lists feature JU programs
Jacksonville University programs in business and nursing have again landed on three prestigious lists from the Princeton Review and CEO Magazine, ranking them amongst the best programs of their kind.
The Davis College of Business appeared on both lists. CEO …Read More »
Stein College 60th celebration to feature classical music stars Jamie Barton, Jake Heggie
This April, the Linda Berry Stein College of Fine Arts will conclude its 60th anniversary celebrations, wrapping up a season of honoring its place as the region’s beacon for creative and scholarly arts.
The highlight of the anniversary season is …Read More »
Dolphin Pitch: Which entrepreneur can make the biggest splash?
According to npr.org, in 2021 there were 5.4 million applications to start a new business in the United States. Despite the pandemic, the entrepreneurial spirit of the United States has not died down. Now, the Davis College of Business …Read More »