The Public Policy Institute and WJXT Channel 4, The Local Station, will co-host debates (#JUdebates) Aug. 16-18 among candidates for State Attorney for the Fourth Judicial Circuit, U.S. Representative for Florida Congressional District 4 and U.S. Representative for Congressional District …Read More »
RIVER LIFE: Sometimes, we need to accept blame, see what we’re doing to our waterways
This is a hard column to write. The topic is difficult and complex, but in addition to that, we usually like to think things are not our fault. Someone else is to blame.
I’m talking about the algae bloom that
Contemporary works by Visual Arts masters students on display in Alexander Brest Gallery Aug. 3-24
The works of five contemporary artists in the Master of Fine Arts in Visual Arts program at Jacksonville University will be on display Aug. 3-24 in the Alexander Brest Gallery on campus, with an opening reception for the MFA program …Read More »
Varsity Shooting brings national titles to eight with another strong performance at SCTP National Championships
The Varsity Shooting Team took a six-man squad to the recent Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) National Championships (www.shootsctp.org), grabbing HOA (High Overall) National titles in Handicap Trap and Trap Doubles, as well as Runner-Up in Sporting Clays, …Read More »
Renowned researcher and educator Dr. Sawsan Tabbaa joins School of Orthodontics
Dr. Sawsan Tabbaa, a multiple award-winning researcher and educator whose findings have drawn worldwide attention, has joined the School of Orthodontics as a full-time Clinical Associate Professor and Research Coordinator.
Dr. Tabbaa has collaborated with Dr. Christine Sapienza, Dean of …Read More »
Prof. Amber Santos’ ‘whatever it takes’ attitude makes learning fun for Nursing students
Prof. Amber Santos doesn’t want her pediatric nursing students to stress. If it takes wearing a fake nose and mustache to get that point across, she’s up for it.
The Director of Undergraduate Programs for the School of Nursing has …Read More »
Tomm named Board chair, Ghiloni vice chair; five new Trustees added
The Board of Trustees has elected two outstanding industry leaders to its top two posts as it emerges as a preeminent leadership body among private universities, while adding five new members renowned for accomplished executive leadership and vision in their …Read More »
Student, faculty researchers probe health benefits of standing desks in EPIC’s Collaborate JU study
One of the most important ways to be job-ready, either as a new college graduate or as a seasoned employee looking for a career change, is to be physically and mentally fit, ready to answer recruitment questions or handle new
RIVER LIFE: Water is anything but simple
Last month’s River Life column discussed how temperature affects the marvelous diversity of life that occurs in the St. Johns River.
Everything from those charismatic megafauna that everyone loves: sharks, dolphins and manatees; to the huge diversity of freshwater, estuarine
Global Conference on Advances in Management set for July 18 in DCOB
The inaugural Global Conference on Advances in Management July 18 at the Davis College of Business, with the theme “Innovation in Health Care,” features students and executives from as far away as Sweden and Switzerland discussing new trends and research …Read More »