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JU College of Fine Arts Electronic Music Concert April 17


JU College of Fine Arts

Electronic Music Concert

7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, April 17

Terry Concert Hall

No admission fee
This concert will feature a selection of electronic classics using various electronic music methods, plus original pieces by some of

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JU Davis College of Business hosts panel discussion on workplace diversity, transcultural leadership


The Jacksonville University Davis College of Business, the Deutsche Bank Multi-Cultural Partnership and Women on Wall Street teamed up to host a panel discussion March 19 on current issues and trends regarding diversity in the workplace and transcultural leadership. About

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JU alum, software entrepreneur Matt Kane returns to advise computer science students

By Rachael Jenkins
JU Computing Sciences junior
Matt Kane ’01, owner of Greenshades Software Inc. in Jacksonville, recently returned to JU’s campus to give students in the Royal Computer Science Society some real-world tips.
Kane, a Jacksonville University Trustee as

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Sport Management conference at JU features Jaguars President Mark Lamping

The second annual Sport Management and Medicine Conference at Jacksonville University Wednesday, April 10, drew principals, athletics administrators, coaches and guidance counselors from across the region to hear about concussion prevention and injury treatment, instruction, NCAA compliance, the business of …

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JU President Cost talks about the campus’ changing look, attitude at EAC meeting

By Phillip Milano

He had them at “half-day Fridays.”

JU President Tim Cost, in an informal Q&A Tuesday, April 9, with attendees at the monthly Employee Advisory Council meeting, prompted cheers when he kicked things off by announcing traditional half-day …

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Local boy wins Florida Geographic Bee hosted by JU

Geography whizzes from all over the Sunshine State descended on Terry Concert Hall at Jacksonville University April 5, as the University again hosted the state Geographic Bee.
Walker Miller, left, gets a congratulatory handshake from Martin Konstantinov after Miller beat

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