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Instructional Leadership and Organizational Development Capstone Symposium is Saturday at DCOB!
What: Capstone Symposium – Instructional Leadership and Organizational Development (ILOD) candidates (Master of Education, Leadership and Learning ILOD cohort Class of 2013, College of Interdisciplinary and Professional Studies)
When: 9-11 a.m. Saturday, April 27
Where: Conference Rooms, …Read More »
JU School of Orthodontics featured in Florida Times-Union
The Florida Times-Union’s H Health & Fitness section featured a front-page article Wednesday, April 24, on JU’s esteemed School of Orthodontics, which offers low-cost treatment to about 1,500 residents each year.
Orthodontics Dean Mark Alarbi discusses the program’s rapid …Read More »
Spring 2013 issue of JU’s Latinoture magazine now available!
The Spring 2013 issue of Jacksonville University’s Latinoture magazine is now available, packed full of articles by JU students and faculty on everything from Costa Rica and Cuba to the University’s Mesa Latina program and even a Spanish-language story on… Read More »
JU Profs. Freiberger, Willette discuss Boston bombings on WJCT’s “First Coast Connect”
Two Jacksonville University professors offered their insights into the Boston Marathon bombing on WJCT’s popular “First Coast Connect” radio show Monday, April 22.
Erich Freiberger, professor of philosophy, discussed the bombing suspects’ Chechnyan backgrounds and their possible radicalization over time, …Read More »
JU’s Alpha Psi Omega to host variety show Monday, April 22 at Swisher Theatre
JU Choirs in Concert 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 25!
Message from JU President Cost: Experience “One Spark” this weekend
Dear Faculty, Students and Staff,
Two words that should definitely fire you up this weekend: One Spark.
We all live in a great town; we learn and grow at a great university, and the two …
Floating St. Johns River classroom and dock valued at $500,000 coming for JU marine science students
By Christina Kelso
JU Communications sophomore
After six years of brainstorming, planning and paperwork, Jacksonville University’s Marine Science Research Institute will finally be “river-ready” this fall with a state-of-the-art floating classroom for students.
The 45-foot-by-12-foot vessel and a new companion …Read More »