Jacksonville University Professor Dr. Brian Lane is the brain behind the popular YouTube channel Let’s Code Physics, which recently hurdled the 6,600-subscribers mark. Designed to help teach students to produce code to simulate physics experiments, the channel helps answer …Read More »
President Tim Cost ’81 announced some steps Jacksonville University is taking so we can safely welcome students, faculty and staff back to our beautiful campus.
Please watch the update from President Cost outlining how we are preparing our campus while …Read More »
In the midst of current adversity, the Jacksonville University nursing community banded together to engage in initiatives to uplift and aid their colleagues, who are treating victims of the COVID-19 virus.
The idea evolved from Clinical Assistant Professor of Nursing …Read More »
The COVID-19 crisis curtailed many Women’s History Month 2020 activities, including this year’s public celebrations of Jacksonville University’s Women of the Year.
Still, members of the University community had nominated 34 exceptional undergraduate and graduate students and faculty and staff …Read More »
Over the weekend, Jacksonville University learned of the sudden and tragic passing of freshman and beach volleyball student-athlete Makenzie Befus.
“It is with a heavy heart that I wish to extend my deepest condolences to the family of Makenzie Befus, …Read More »
The country’s unprecedented response to the coronavirus has most of the Jacksonville University community working or taking classes from home. If you’re new to remote life, these tips collected from home-office pros can help you stay productive and maintain balance.…Read More »
Women’s History Month highlights the contributions of women in history and contemporary society. In 1911, it started with a day, expanded to a week in 1980, and finally became a month of celebration worldwide in 1988.
Ever since, the celebration …Read More »
Sixty athletes finished the recently completed fall semester with grade point averages (GPA) of 4.0 to lead the Jacksonville University student-athlete cohort of more than 400 athletes to a school-record 3.36 average GPA.
“An average GPA of above a 3.0