Former U.S. Rep. Ander Crenshaw, who represented Florida’s Fourth Congressional District for 16 years and was awarded the U.S. Navy’s Distinguished Public Service Award, its highest civilian honor, is joining the Board of Advisors for the Jacksonville University Public Policy …Read More »
Varsity Shooting Team emerges as a national powerhouse
Seven seasons, 10 national event championships, several Olympic hopefuls, two individual National HOA Champions, too many Gold medals to list and hundreds of students excelling at teamwork and mentorship while learning the theory and academics of wing and clays shooting.…Read More »
Speech-language master’s student Zoe Welch: ‘The best SLPs have come together to make the best program’
Zoe Welch earned her undergraduate degree in Communications Sciences and Disorders at the Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences and is now in the Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology program. She is part of the first cohort to complete …Read More »
Pioneering glass master Fritz Dreisbach to demonstrate world-renowned techniques
Fritz Dreisbach, dubbed the “Johnny Appleseed of Glass” for inspiring hundreds of accomplished artists, will be on campus as a visiting artist in late January, teaching and conducting workshops for JU students and local glass enthusiasts in the University’s Glass …Read More »
HEALTHY LIFE: Mystery symptoms linked to Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
It can affect major organ systems such as those for the kidneys, brain, joints, heart and skin.
It affects women 10 times more than men, and is more common in African-Americans, Hispanics and Asians ages 15 to 40.
Yet it’s …Read More »
Mental Health master’s student Africa Pino uses program’s ample hands-on experience to follow dream of giving back through counseling
Africa Pino is part of the inaugural cohort of the Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling Program in the Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences.
What is your undergraduate degree in?
Business Administration Management
Why did you choose …Read More »
RIVER LIFE: Here’s to the new year — and resolutions for the St. Johns
New Year’s resolutions are important to many people, so when a good friend mentioned recently how much impact a group of people can have when they work together, I thought, how about some resolutions for the river! Perhaps people living …Read More »
Dr. Quinton White to Fall 2016 graduates: embrace life-changing events, be thankful for those who helped shape them
Life-changing experiences almost always occur without warning but often arise because of decisions we’ve made earlier, so take them as the gifts they are – and appreciate the people who helped make them possible.
That was part of the wisdom …Read More »
Unique JU-Dolphin Pointe Landing collaboration signals first step in multi-faceted healthcare sciences education for First Coast
Students helping and learning from older individuals in a healthcare setting, and vice versa, as they both move through crucial phases of their lives. It’s a vision coming to reality through Dolphin Pointe Landing, a skilled nursing facility opening …Read More »
First-of-its-kind Education for Instruction degree will offer students a new flexibility in teaching
An already highly successful job placement rate should become more enhanced as a one-of-a-kind, innovative degree offering an array of areas of study is now available to students in the School of Education.
The Bachelor’s degree in Education for …Read More »