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Ronald A. Autrey and Ashley Cupaiuolo were honored Friday, Sept. 28 with Jacksonville University’s prestigious annual alumni awards. JU President Kerry Romesburg presented the honors at the President’s Homecoming Welcome Reception at the Davis College of Business.…Read More »
By Phillip Milano
It was a 19-year-old boy known as a “Head of Household Child” who really got to Jacksonville University nursing professor Michelle Edmonds and her students.
During their recent Study Abroad trip to South Africa, they came upon …Read More »
Come hear the candidates talk about Hispanic issues and more at a Town Hall Meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27, at JU
The JU Political Science Society and the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) Council 7230 of Northeast Florida are sponsoring a Town Hall Meeting in commemoration of Hispanic Heritage Month at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27, in the Gooding …Read More »
Staff from Aerosim Technologies have been hard at work this week unpacking, installing and configuring a new state-of-the-art simulator that when finished will give Jacksonville University Davis Aviation Center students their first realistic, fully operational training in flying passenger jets.…Read More »
The 50th Anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis
What: Jacksonville University panel discussion on the importance and impact of the Cuban Missile Crisis.
When: 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 16.
Where: Terry Concert Hall, Jacksonville University, …Read More »
JU management professor Dr. Donald Horner featured in Navy Times cover story on “toxic leaders” controversy
Dr. Donald Horner, a JU management professor currently on sabbatical and working as Jacksonville’s Education Commissioner, was recently featured in a Navy Times cover story on the U.S. Navy’s “toxic leaders” controversy.
Among other things, Horner is quoted as saying: …Read More »