With the St. Johns River behind them and a future emphasizing JU’s waterfront in front of them, University officials and donors unveiled more than $500,000 worth of research, sailing and rowing vessels and docks on Friday, Jan. 31. (See a …Read More »
From the American Heart Association
Jacksonville University had a distinctive role in the community-wide American Heart Association “National Wear Red Day” events Friday, Feb. 7: The Negaard Rowing Center hosted a 24-hour rowing marathon. Beginning at noon Friday, the men’s …Read More »
By Courtney Jimenez
JU Communications senior
As technical advances sweep across the world and affect more and more people, how that technology is shared and used is becoming increasingly important.
That’s where technology and public policy intersect.
Those were points …Read More »
The JU Davis College of Business is rekindling the Davis Entrepreneurship Organization (DEO), which in the past has been a hugely successful student-based club at the University.
There are big plans for the club, including presentations by successful entrepreneurs, resource …Read More »
Who:American Heart Association, Jacksonville University Rowing Team, Brooks Rehabilitation Adaptive Sports and Recreation Program
What: 24- Strokes for Heart Erg-a-thon
When: Friday, Feb. 7 12 p.m. to Saturday. Feb. 8 12 p.m.
Where: Jacksonville University Negaard Rowing Center 2800 …
Don’t miss a special live broadcast of the popular WJCT radio show “First Coast Connect” from the Jacksonville University Marine Science Research institute at 9 a.m. Friday! This is a great chance to hear as host Melissa Ross discusses the …Read More »
JU Aviation and other students received a rare glimpse into the world of space exploration Tuesday, Jan. 28, when Apollo 15 commander Col. David R. Scott, one of only 12 people to walk on the moon, took questions at an …Read More »
Human trafficking survivor Telisia Espinosa to speak at JU Feb. 13 before “Not My Life” film showing
Human trafficking isn’t something that happens “somewhere else.” In fact, Florida ranks third nationally in the number of calls received by the National Human Trafficking Resource Center’s hotline.
To raise awareness of the issue, Jacksonville University has teamed with ArtWorks …Read More »
By Scott Hensley
JU Varsity Shooting Team Captain
JU’s Varsity Shooting Team has started the new semester strong, winning the ACUI Southeast Collegiate Regional Championships at the famed Forest City Gun Club in Savannah, Ga.
When the smoke cleared after …Read More »
Jacksonville University’s Master of Business Administration program ranks No. 14 globally, making it a Tier One program in a newly released prestigious international list that closely analyzes “student value” as one of its main criteria.
The 2013 Winter MBA Rankings, …Read More »