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Watch for more marine life as waterways warm up, JU’s Quinton White says in “River Life” column

As temperatures rise, it’s time to be aware of more marine life in our waterways, JU Marine Science Research Institute Executive Director Quinton White says in his Friday, May 24, Florida Times-Union “River Life” column.

“With spring we begin to …

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TriPhins: Three Jacksonville University employees excel at ‘Never Quit’ team challenge while honoring former co-worker

Three JU employees — Dr. Kim Capriotti, Dr. Rhett Yates and Dave Farraday — placed fifth as a relay team in the fifth annual Never Quit Beach Fest Series on May 19 in Jacksonville Beach.

Capriotti is associate professor of …

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Cats on JU campus to be trapped, spayed, neutered

By Kevin Hogencamp/Jacksonville University

            In an effort to control the expanding feral cat population on the Jacksonville University grounds, cats will be trapped, spayed or neutered, and returned to campus this summer.

            Senior JU biology major Danielle D’Amato will administer

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Annual “Ripples on the River” at JU MSRI makes big splash

By Chelsea Wiggs

JU Communications Major

Jacksonville University’s Marine Science Research Institute made a big splash again last weekend with the Sixth Annual Ripples on the River event, giving visitors a chance to enjoy a day of fun, food, fish …

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JU’s Dr. Sherri Jackson a finalist for EVE Award in Education

By Chelsea Wiggs

JU Communications Major

Jacksonville University’s Dr. Sherri Jackson, division chair of Social Sciences, has been named one of four finalists for the Times-Union’s prestigious EVE Award in education.

While the EVE Awards reflect the achievements of women …

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JU’s Dr. Teresa MacGregor discusses impact of concussions in “Nursed to Health” feature in Times-Union

JU’s regular “Nursed to Health” feature in the Wednesday, May 22, edition of The Florida Times-Union’s “H Health & Fitness” section focuses on an important question related to concussions in children: When should parents worry about a “minor accident” being …

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Incoming JU Health Sciences Associate Dean Christine Sapienza appears on “First Coast Connect”!

Dr. Christine Sapienza spent time with WJCT’s Melissa Ross this week discussing the importance of speech-language pathology as she starts up a new Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Jacksonville University.

Sapienza, a national leader in the field, was

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