It’s a hot new “Let’s Play” YouTube channel, but instead of PewDiePie gawking and squawking through “The Last of Us,” it’s JU Physics Prof. Brian Lane patiently walking you through velocity and acceleration in “Police Chase!”Read More »
Brumos Circle of Excellence students gain a window into an industry with visit to Haskell
Brumos Circle of Excellence students recently got an inside view of design-build industry leader Haskell when they visited with executives at the Jacksonville company’s downtown offices. John Paul Saenz, Industrial Group President, and Don Baldwin, Senior VP/Chief Marketing and …Read More »
Fran Kinne on The Chat: “Go out and make the world a better place.”
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 »
FIT LIFE: Is air pollution and exercise a toxic mix?
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 »
Fall Clay Target regionals kick off today at JU
Jacksonville University hosts nine teams at the 5th annual Fall Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) Clay Target Regional Championships today through Sunday, Oct. 23-25, at the Jacksonville Skeet and Trap Club at 12125 New Berlin road. The JU Varsity …Read More »
Climate change’s local impacts to be discussed at UN Day event Oct. 24
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 »
Executive MBA expands with Southeast’s first Consumer Goods and Services Marketing specialty
The Executive Master of Business Administration program in the Davis College of Business is expanding to offer the Southeast’s first Consumer Goods and Services concentration, in response to growing demand in the region for specialized executive education in consumer packaged …Read More »
National NROTC conference at JU Oct. 15-17; Commander of Naval Service Training Command to speak
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 »
Will Weatherford ’02 honored for achievements with naming of Weatherford Hall
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 »
“Science on the St. Johns” by MSRI Oct. 24 highlights region’s stellar natural asset
With a new name and date but the same dynamic goal by the Marine Science Research Institute, “Science on the St. Johns” comes to Jacksonville University’s waterfront Saturday, Oct. 24.
It’s the eighth time the MSRI has offered the …Read More »