Some of Florida’s most prominent education policy leaders will address significant education policy issues, including Florida standards, accountability, school choice and private sector funding initiatives, at a Jacksonville University Public Policy Institute Education Policy Conference, “Shaping Florida’s Future,” from 8:30 …Read More »
U.S. Reps. Brown, Crenshaw discuss timely topics from Ebola to ISIS at Public Policy Institute
A travel ban from West African countries in the wake of the Ebola outbreak was a hot topic Thursday, Oct. 16, as the Jacksonville University Public Policy Institute (JU PPI) hosted U.S. Congress members Corrine Brown and Ander Crenshaw for …Read More »
Incepture executive Matt Tuohy, Navy flight veteran, named Director of Davis Aviation Center
Matt Tuohy, a Navy flight veteran and local senior corporate executive, has been named Director of Jacksonville University’s Davis Aviation Center, effective Oct. 16.
Tuohy was most recently director of managed solutions and veterans program lead with Florida Blue …Read More »
Distinguished veteran, top higher ed administrator join staff in key leadership posts
Jacksonville University has named distinguished military veteran and senior banking executive Michael Fleming as its Chief Government, Military & Community Relations Officer; top law school administrator Teresa Heekin Davlantes as inaugural Executive Director of the University’s new Entrepreneurism, Policy, Innovation …Read More »
Only weeks old, the College of Health Sciences’ new simulation center earns a coveted regional designation
It’s a new sought-after regional designation, and only the Simulation Training and Applied Research (STAR) Center in the College of Health Sciences has it for our area.
It is one of only four statewide hubs to be named a Regional …Read More »
A striking new building elevates health care education in Northeast Florida
The numbers tell a dynamic story about the College of Health Sciences’ new state-of-the-art building: 30,000 square feet of high-tech equipment and learning space, a fast-climbing enrollment currently at 1,900 students, and more than $6.5 million invested by the …Read More »
19-Time ‘Coach of the Year’ Grigg inks contract extension
The most successful track & field coach in Atlantic Sun history is sure to call Jacksonville University home for several more years as Director of Cross Country/Track & Field Ron Grigg was signed to a five-year contract extension.
“I am …Read More »
Seventh annual St. Johns River Report finds cause for optimism, concern
The seventh annual State of the River Report on the lower St. Johns River Basin leaves reason for optimism for the waterway, but with some caveats, including concerns about increased salinity, encroachment of non-native species, and wetland changes that may …Read More »
A lifelong passion for the environment and our river’s health rewarded
As a child growing up near the Elizabeth River system in Norfolk, Va., Quinton White saw firsthand how neglecting or harming the environment can directly shape the quality of a person’s life.
“We kids would go down to the mudflats …Read More »
National Science Foundation’s $625,273 grant will benefit students in STEM fields
A nationally coveted $625,273 grant from the National Science Foundation will cement the University’s status as a premier institution of higher education offering Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Degree Programs.
The NSF is an independent federal agency created by …Read More »