Libertarian Vice Presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld will take questions from the public Thursday, Sept. 22, in a “Jacksonville Town Hall” (#JUvotes) hosted by the JU Public Policy Institute. PPI master’s students will also engage in …Read More »
Your memories (on film) needed: TV producer Frank Pace ’73 making documentary on famed ’69-’70 Dolphins team
You might say Frank Pace is finally getting to realize his own “Hoop Dream.”
The 1973 JU graduate and Distinguished Alumnus, an Emmy Award-winning Los Angeles-based producer with more than 700 TV episodes to his credit, is producing the full …Read More »
The Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences has partnered with Baptist Health on a Nurse Residency Program that offers a level of academic-setting and simulation training to newly graduated Baptist Health nurses that is the first of its kind in …Read More »
Look up the word debate online and you’ll find a number of definitions that offer a variation on the same theme: disagreement.
“A discussion between people in which they express different opinions about something.” “A contention by words or arguments.” …Read More »
Acclaimed entrepreneur Naomi Whittel, who has launched more than 140 science-based products and last year sold her six-year-old nutritional supplement company for $37 million, speaks Nov. 10 at Jacksonville University on “The Business of Health Wellness,” as part of the …Read More »
Elite company: President Cost’s appointment to NCAA Board offers a dynamic chance to help guide college athletics’ future
With a seat at the NCAA’s top governance table, President Tim Cost has earned a prestigious spot that gives him the ability to help steer a nonprofit entity regulating nearly 1,300 educational institutions and helping nearly half a million student-athletes …Read More »
The largest incoming class of honors students will be in for an exciting upcoming weekend as they head out for the annual Honors Orientation Friday, but the 80 or so freshmen have no idea where they are going.
“They won’t …Read More »
With nitrogen levels down and grass beds coming back, but salinity up and algae blooms a vexing problem, the ninth annual State of the River Report on the lower St. Johns River Basin offers mixed results that suggest continued monitoring …Read More »