Jacksonville University professors often use their time outside the classroom to break into other industries, refine their talents, and impact the world around them. Meet three JU professors who make a difference off campus and in the lives of their …Read More »
River Life: By whatever name, redfish tell successful conservation story
One of the most popular game fish in Northeast Florida is locally sometimes called red drum, redfish, or simply reds. I say locally and sometimes because the species goes by many other names depending on where you are and who …Read More »
Jacksonville University Welcomes New Members to Board of Trustees
This October, Jacksonville University is adding six civic and business leaders to its Board of Trustees.
The new and returning members include:
- The visionary CEOs of Mayo Clinic and Swisher International,
- A government relations trailblazer in the transportation industry,
Shooting team celebrates 10 years of championships and shaping leaders
After 10 years, things haven’t changed much for the Jacksonville University Sporting Clays, Skeet, and Trap (JUSST) shooting team. They went undefeated between their inception and winning the national championship the first time they attended the Association of College Unions …Read More »
San Francisco artist chosen to create artwork for ‘turbo’ roundabout
Jacksonville University and the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville have chosen internationally renowned artist Shan Shan Sheng of San Francisco to create the large-scale artwork for the new “turbo” roundabout scheduled for construction at the University’s main entrance.
The City …Read More »
Advancement offers popsicles, activities during thank you event for Dedicated Dolphins
The Jacksonville University Office of Advancement recently held its “Popsicles with the Pod” event at Council Building Courtyard to thank faculty and staff for their support.
Advancement staff provided frozen treats and gift bags to “Dedicated Dolphins.” They also brought …Read More »
JU mentors, culture, aid attract student-veterans
Academics, financial aid, career counseling, healthy living, healthcare. At Jacksonville University, student-veterans help one another with just about everything.
They lived that life in the military. They live it on campus. Many say the camaraderie and cooperation are reasons why …Read More »
JU experts contribute to 12th annual State of the River Report
A team of researchers, including scientists and experts from Jacksonville University, released the 12th annual State of the River Report today announcing a continued decline in water quality and increased levels of metal contaminants possibly caused by recent hurricanes.
The …Read More »
River Life: The Good, Bad and Ugly of Hurricanes
It seems like there is always a hurricane somewhere in the Caribbean this time of year. So, having Hurricane Dorian here around Labor Day Weekend is pretty typical.
Hurricanes really are the good, the bad and the ugly of our …Read More »
Future Fest Welcomes JU Community to New Academic Year
From the electro-acoustic music performed by Jacksonville University faculty and students to interactive art installations accompanied by plenty of food and drink JU welcomed the new academic year with its very first Future Fest on Thursday, Aug. 29, at River …Read More »