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JU’s Richard Cebula discusses ‘underground economy’ on C-SPAN

Jacksonville University Professor of Finance Richard J. Cebula provided insight on the United States’ underground economy Thursday, May 16, on the C-SPAN television network show “Washington Journal.”

A country’s “underground economy” is the financial activity that is unrecorded and untaxed

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JU United Way Campaign wrapping up


Thank you to everyone on campus who has supported the 2013 JU United Way Campaign. Please turn in any remaining pledge forms to David LePage in the Controller’s Office, 2nd Floor Howard, by noon Friday, May 17.


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National leader Christine Sapienza to lead speech-language pathology programs at JU College of Health Sciences

Jacksonville University is bringing in a national leader in the field to start up and lead a new department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, with plans for the region’s first master’s degree in the key area of speech-language pathology by …

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JU dance students Kouparri, Abbott receive Bell Summer Study Scholarship

Jacksonville University dance students Maria Kouparri and Joshua Abbott have been selected as the first awardees of the R. Keith Bell Summer Study Scholarship.

The scholarship sponsors the students’ participation as fellows in a four- to six-week dance program in

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WJCT story on Baby Boomers’ use of social media features JU’s Kent-Willette

JU’s Dr. Annmarie Kent-Willette

Dr. Annmarie Kent-Willette, associate professor of communications at JU, provided expertise in a WJCT public radio story on Baby Boomers’ prominence among people who exchange information and ideas through Facebook and other virtual online communities known

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JU Upward Bound to participate in Summer Food Service Program

The Jacksonville University Upward Bound Program will be participating in the Summer Food Service Program during the months of June and July.

Nutritionally balanced meals will be provided to all children regardless of race, color, sex, disability, age or national …

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