Everything has to be somewhere. It’s a phrase I preach to my students all the time, because it helps to account for some of the things in marine science that we need to track. Water and sediment are two of …Read More »
JU Past President and Chancellor Emeritus Dr. Frances Bartlett Kinne, who was the first female college president in Florida and recently received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Women of Influence Awards, stole the hearts of the hosts of First …Read More »
Chances are we can all agree that exercise is good for us and air pollution is not. In fact, air pollution can take years off, while exercise can add years to, our life span. In other words, exercise reduces, while …Read More »
The JU Political Science Society and Jacksonville Chapter of the United Nations Association will host a program on Climate Change on UN Day this Saturday, Oct. 24 — the 70th anniversary of the founding of the UN. The event is …Read More »
Dozens of top-level higher education officials will be in Jacksonville touring JU and surrounding Navy bases Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 15-17, as the University hosts the 2015 annual national meeting of the Association of NROTC Colleges and Universities.
Officials from …Read More »
Hundreds of friends and dignitaries looked on Friday, Oct. 9, as JU dedicated one of its residence halls to an alumnus whose support of JU has vastly enhanced the educational experience for his alma mater’s students, now and for decades …Read More »