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JU mourns the loss of Board of Trustees member, alumnus, attorney, philanthropist Keith Watson

The Jacksonville University community lost a beloved family member Tuesday, April 2, with the death of alumnus, Board of Trustees member, attorney and philanthropist Keith Watson.

Here is a Florida Times-Union article published Friday, April 5, celebrating Watson’s life; …

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Beta Gamma Sigma inducts new members, honors Keigwin, Brigham

The Jacksonville University Beta Gamma Sigma chapter inducted its new members and honored local business leaders Henry “Jack” Keigwin and Robert F. Brigham at is annual induction ceremony March 8 at the Davis College of Business.

Beta Gamma Sigma is …

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Want to keep kids focused? Play some music, JU student’s research concludes

By Kevin Hogencamp/Jacksonville University

Jacksonville University elementary education student Elizabeth Kohnen says that she thinks she will be able to make a strong case to her bosses, if necessary, for playing background music in her elementary school classes.

Not only …

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JU alum, former Comptroller General David Walker discusses his proposed center-right fiscal solution in Times-Union video

The Florida Times-Union has posted a video on its website of Jacksonville University alumnus and former U.S. Comptroller General David M. Walker speaking recently to the T-U’s Editorial Board.

“Walker is a modern Paul Revere, traveling the nation to warn …

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JU professor Xenia Mountrouidou lauds world-class St. Augustine technology conference in Times-Union article

A conference in St. Augustine this week for 300 top computer programmers is a positive sign for the emerging Jacksonville technology scene, Jacksonville University Professor Xenia Mountrouidou, says in the Thursday, April 4 edition of The Florida Times-Union.

The April …

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JU Music Chair Thomas Harrison previews JSO ‘Piano Concerto’ performances in Times-Union

Jacksonville University Division of Music Chair Tommy Harrison previews Brazilian pianist Arnoldo Cohen’s upcoming performances with the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra in the April 3 edition of The Florida Times-Union.

Cohen will be performing three pieces of Edvard Grieg’s “Piano Concerto”

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JU Dance Theatre to host NYC-based resident professional in April 12 performance

The Jacksonville University Dance Theatre will present a performance by The Works, a New York City professional dance company that has presented its artistry at theatres and festivals worldwide, at noon Friday, April 12 at Swisher Theater.

The performance is

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