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Brazilian environmental leaders visit JU’s Marine Science Research Institute

Some of Brazil’s emerging leaders in environmental issues were on hand Tuesday, Aug. 13,  to tour Jacksonville University’s Marine Science Research Institute and learn about some of its cutting-edge projects.
MSRI Executive Director Dr. Quinton White showed the group the

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JU alum Earnie Franklin to head Mayor Alvin Brown’s public-private office

Congratulations to JU alum Earnie Franklin, who has been tapped to head Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown’s Office of Public-Private Partnerships.

Franklin, a 2003 JU Davis College of Business EMBA grad, has been president and CEO of Florida Blue subsidiary Incepture

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JU hosts Spine Board Training for trainers, physicians

Jacksonville University recently hosted more than 100 Certified Athletic Trainers, Physicians and EMS Providers from throughout Northeast Floridia and Southeast Georgia for The Jacksonville Sports Medicine Program’s spine board and airway management training.

The event in Gooding Auditorium featured special

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Faculty and staff: Fall classes are almost here, so it’s ice cream time! This Friday!

 Jacksonville University employees:

Your Employee Advisory Council is hosting its annual Ice Cream Social just for you at 2:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 16 in the Howard Administration Building lobby. It’s our traditional end-of-summer, beginning-of-fall get-together!

Come and make your own

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JU ranked fifth in state for best lifetime return on investment!

Jacksonville University ranks fifth in the state among colleges offering the highest lifetime return on investment, in a list released by an organization that identifies affordable colleges. 

According to AffordableCollegesOnline.org (AC Online), graduates from these schools “enjoy the largest earnings …

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Don’t just cover up in the Florida sun — drink up, JU’s Hausenblaus tells Tampa newspaper

People in Florida and other humid climates should worry as much about drinking up as covering up with sunscreen on a sunny summer day, Heather Hausenblaus, Jacksonville University associate professor of exercise science, said in a Tampa Tribune article.


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