JU marine science faculty and students make strong showing at prestigious national Benthic Ecology Meeting
Their topics may have been about worms and other tiny invertebrates, but make no mistake, this was big stuff.
A group of JU faculty and students recently presented at the Benthic Ecology Meeting March 20-23 in Savannah, Ga., one of …Read More »
JU political science professor Stephen Baker analyzed the latest Quinnipiac University poll results for Florida Wednesday, March 28, on the popular “First Coast Connect” call-in show on WJCT public radio.
Among other things, the poll found:
- Former Secretary of State
Off the Shelf Open Mic Poetry event
When? Tuesday, April 2, 2013 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Where? Swisher Library Front Lawn
What if I get hungry? A Picnic Lunch will be provided!
Will I feel like reading a …Read More »
Hip hop, the homeless, anxiety, quantum theory and more on tap at JU 2013 Faculty & Student Symposium April 3-5
Research on topics ranging from hip-hop culture to faces of the homeless to quantum theory to anxiety disorder to the effects of carbon dioxide on sea life (and much more) will be presented April 3-5 during the Jacksonville University 2013 …Read More »
The JU Davis Aviation Center’s new $500,000 flight simulator is cleared for takeoff and getting media attention.
With the full replica of a Bombardier CRJ-700 airliner cockpit up and running and using Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport as its “home” runway, …Read More »
“March Forward: 31 New Scholarships, 31 Days” — a month-long endeavor under the ASPIRE Campaign umbrella to provide tuition funding for 31 Jacksonville University students — is generating interest and financial support from alumni and other JU devotees, many of …Read More »
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