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New York alumni hosts sailing team for Intercollegiate Offshore Regatta

Sailing team visits alumni

Jacksonville University alumni and sailor Edward “Buttons” Padin ‘70 hosted the Dolphins sailing team earlier this fall for the 2019 Intercollegiate Offshore Regatta.

You can read the story written by Mr. Padin himself at the Scuttlebutt Sailing news website.…

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SACES recognizes Dr. LaTonya Summers for work in creating Black Mental Health Symposium

Dr. LaTonya Summers

Jacksonville University’s Dr. LaTonya Summers has been rewarded for her hard work in incorporating ethnic considerations into mental health counseling. 

Her diligence in creating the Black Mental Health Symposium at Jacksonville University for students to learn more about mental health …

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Marilyn Repsher Center for Teaching and Learning presents fellowships for faculty research

Dr. Zeng Dr. Izaryk and Dr. Atkins receive SOTL Fellowships

The Marilyn Repsher Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) recently presented Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) Fellowships to four Jacksonville University faculty members.

This year’s Fellowships were granted to:

Dr. Whitney George
  • Dr. Laura Atkins, Assistant Professor of Sociology,

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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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Biology professor John Enz tracking bees and tortoises in effort to understand, protect at-risk species

As the endangered species list continues to grow, Dr. John Enz has made it his mission to observe why certain animal populations are declining in various parts of the United States.

Enz’s current research projects focus on the rusty patched …

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