JU’s Dr. Quinton White highlights “Tasty Beautiful Swimmer” (Blue Crab) in this month’s Times-Union “River Life” column
A. Quinton White, executive director of JU’s Marine Science Research Institute, offers some delectable facts about the “tasty beautiful swimmer,” or blue crab, that populates the St. Johns River in his Friday, April 26, Florida Times-Union River Life column.
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The importance of making sure Florida’s next generation of leaders is up to speed on public policy matters isn’t lost on state Attorney General Pam Bondi, who recently addressed the JU Public Policy Institute (JU PPI) Board of Advisors.…Read More »
JU plays Kennesaw State at 1 p.m. Friday, with the …Read More »
JU’s Student Leadership Awards for 2013 were presented Wednesday, April 17, in the Davis College of Business.
The awards allow the Jacksonville University community to recognize high-achieving students and organizations, and publically acknowledge students’ dedication and hard work.
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The JU Public Policy Institute has bolstered its board with the additions of Joe Louis Barrow Jr., CEO of nonprofit The First Tee, and Willard Payne, president of Northern Florida Recruiting & Consulting Services.
JU PPI Director Rick Mullaney also …Read More »
Artwork by JU’s Lily Kuonen, Tiffany W. Leach to be featured Saturday, April 27 at Clay and Canvas Studio
Works by JU art professors Lily Kuonen and Tiffany W. Leach will be featured during Open Studio Night from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, April 27 at Clay and Canvas Studio, 2642-6 Rosselle St. in Jacksonville.
The event is being …Read More »
The board of advisors for the JU Public Policy Institute announced it has selected Richard Sisisky, president and CEO of management consulting firm The Shircliff & Sisisky Co., as its first chair.
“Richard Sisisky is an extraordinary community and business …Read More »
New JU President Tim Cost holds Open Office Hours from 4 to 5:30 p.m. today, April 25, at Nellie’s.
Free Chick-fil-A samples and Smoothies and/or other beverages will be available!
These events have brought many comments and positive feedback from… Read More »
By Phillip Milano
Shipped around to various schools, testing his teachers, sleeping on floors, wearing out his welcome at friends’ houses after problems at home … Adrian Ruble didn’t have to wonder if some of the people closest to him …Read More »