This spring, as the Jacksonville University campus prepared for final exams, the JU Sailing Team was preparing for a test of a different kind: the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association’s spring National Championships in Newport, Rhode Island. For the first time in …Read More »
Hurricanes, algae and heat: welcome to summer time in northeast Florida. This year, spring turned quickly into summer. This very hot summer exceeds anything in my memory of such extreme heat this early. We expect the heat in July and …Read More »
Jacksonville University has agreed to a multi-year partnership naming Van Wagner Sports and Entertainment as the exclusive agent for campus-wide strategic business partnerships, athletic sponsorships and multimedia rights.
Van Wagner will work with JU leadership to explore opportunities that drive …Read More »
By Laura Phelps
A new three-story, 104,000-square-foot Healthcare Sciences Academic Center is quickly taking shape at the north end of the Jacksonville University campus, marking significant progress on a project that will make Dolphin history.
JU selected award-winning design and …Read More »
By Dr. A. Quinton White
One of the ubiquitous animals in the lower St. Johns River is the barnacle. However, they are both a blessing and a curse as far as life on the river goes. A blessing in that …Read More »
Originally published in the Spring 2017 issue of WAVE Magazine. Re-posted in honor of Dr. Kinne’s 102nd birthday, May 23, 2019.
By Tim Cost ’81
We should all aspire to inspire the way Fran does, to live her legacy.
Dr. …Read More »
There’s a new face on campus, though he’s hardly “new” to Jacksonville. In fact, his is one of the most recognized names in North Florida as an author, educator, political scientist and respected scholar.
Dr. Matthew Corrigan joins the Jacksonville …Read More »
The Class of 2019 has made history. With 1,243 total graduates — including 723 undergraduate and 520 graduate students — they are the largest class to ever flip their tassels at Jacksonville University (JU).
Employment in the sport management industry is expected to grow up to 13 percent by 2026, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, faster than the average for other occupations. Colleen Cully of Parsons Xtreme Golf is a PXG …Read More »