The country’s unprecedented response to the coronavirus has most of the Jacksonville University community working or taking classes from home. If you’re new to remote life, these tips collected from home-office pros can help you stay productive and maintain balance.…Read More »
“People always want to do their best. They don’t want to hurt anyone,” says Bob Brigham, DBA, one of Jacksonville University’s newest Healthcare Quality and Safety (HQS) Programs adjunct professors. Yet the amount of medical errors in this country is …Read More »
Jacksonville University continues to closely monitor the outbreak of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and take action to protect the health and safety of everyone on campus.
While there are currently no known cases of COVID-19 on campus, leadership is exercising …Read More »
The St. Johns River is an estuary. The classic definition of an estuary is a semi-enclosed body of water, open to the ocean but diluted with fresh water. The lower basin of the St. Johns River fits that description precisely. …Read More »
Strengthening its position as a leader in quality healthcare education and training in Northeast Florida, Jacksonville University today named Dr. Mark Tillman the new Dean of the Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences.
“Dr. Tillman brings impressive skills in an …Read More »
Presidential and social historian Jon Meacham says he’s happy to win a bare majority of his internal, moral battles. Americans, he said, should be happy to do the same.
“I don’t know about you all, but if I listen to …Read More »
The Jacksonville University community turned out this week to wish sophomore Charlotte Rose good luck as she attempts to secure a place on the US Olympic sailing team.
Charlotte left Thursday for the Radial World Championships beginning Friday, Feb. 21, …Read More »