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Design Thinking workshop offers educational fuel to future STEAM faculty

Participants in the Design Thinking workshop

STEAM.

That’s what you get when you bring together faculty from multiple disciplines, backgrounds and experience levels and present them with a different way to examine a problem in search of a solution.

And at Jacksonville University, STEAM is poised …

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Electroacoustic Barn Dance features boundary-challenging performances

Electroacoustic Barn Dance performance

From a 10-foot pendulum incorporated into a musical performance to a three-movement piece about mental disorders performed with the Jacksonville Dance Theatre, this year’s Electroacoustic Barn Dance beginning on Thursday, Nov. 14, promises to showcase expanded boundaries.

“This is all …

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Local food industry experts tell University audience about innovative solutions to food problems

Ms. King and Ms. TenBroeck speak about food challenges

Two local food industry experts told a Jacksonville University audience on Friday, Nov. 1, that innovation and public-private partnerships can help solve local food issues.

“Hunger is a problem going on every single day,” Susan King, president and chief executive …

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University names Dr. Christine Sapienza Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs and Provost

After a thorough national search lasting more than a year, Jacksonville University today named respected speech-language pathology scholar and inventor Dr. Christine Sapienza as its Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs and Provost — the chief academic officer of the …

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JU Theatre Resets Romeo and Juliet in St. Augustine (With Pirates)

Romeo and Juliet meet for the first time

Feuding families, plundering pirates and 16th century St. Augustine come together beginning Oct. 31 on Jacksonville University’s Swisher Theater stage in a re-imagined retelling of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.

Not long ago, Director and Linda Barry Stein College of …

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