Senior Will Baxley has built a passion for world music while at Jacksonville University. Now, with encouragement from faculty and some at the top levels of the University, he’s cultivating his interest with a unique eight-week ethnomusicology internship, during which …Read More »
The St. Johns River is so big and complex that it is hard to know everything about it, especially the who, what and where of plant and animal life at any given moment in time.
But I get help. When …Read More »
New development is slated for completion by fall 2015
Jacksonville University is ushering in a new era of student housing with construction of a 274-person riverfront residence hall north of its 200-acre campus, to be completed by fall 2015.
The …Read More »
Jacksonville University is pleased to announce the purchase of approximately 40 acres of riverfront property located directly south of its Arlington campus. According to University administration, the acquisition is JU’s largest in more than half a century.
“The purchase of …Read More »
Construction at Milne Field was in full go again this week as the concrete footers for the 2,500 seat grandstand addition were poured on what was formerly the west side berm.
In addition to the 2,500 seat grandstand, enhancements include …Read More »
We all have melanin, which gives our skin pigmentation. But some of us — because of genetics and ethnicity — have more than others.
In the past, it was believed the more melanin a person had, the less likely he …Read More »
When the boy came in the room, he told Sherrie Fausey to go and hide. Men were out front of her Christian ministry for Haitian children, and they wanted food.
It was shortly after the 2010 earthquake that pummeled the …Read More »
This spring and summer, Dean Don Capener has been traveling across the United States to engage with JU alumni. Next on his agenda is Los Angeles, California, as he departs on a trip to Japan with nine MBA students, Dr. …Read More »
Hailing from Gambrills, Maryland, Alexandra ‘Ali’ Hoffman came to Jacksonville University because of the small classes and the personal attention she would receive in the classroom. As the 2014 Davis College of Business Undergraduate Student of the Year and Outstanding …Read More »
Jacksonville University Fine Arts students, alums and faculty are thrilling audiences in a three-week run of “Les Misérables” at Theatre Jacksonville, one of the first community theaters to ever receive rights for the blockbuster musical.
Award-winning JU Voice Prof. Kimberly …Read More »