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Month of Heroes: Matthew W. Tuohy

monthofheroes-matttuohyMeet Matthew W. Tuohy.

Age:  59

Year graduated and major: 1975, BS; 2003, MBA; also a graduate of the College of Naval Command and Staff and the Armed Forces Staff College, with master’s degrees from Salve Regina, The Newport College …

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Month of Heroes: Vinson Usher

monthofheroes-vinsonusherMeet Vinson Usher.

Age: 45

Year and major: Graduate student/EMBA

Hometown: Chattanooga, Tenn.

Branch/Rank: U.S. Navy/Cryptologic Technician Maintenance

Service: 6 years; one tour of duty, member of the Honor Guard, teacher at the Airbase Academy …

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Month of Heroes: Alfonso Williams

monthofheroes-alfonsowilliamsMeet Alfonso Williams.

Age: 23

Year graduated from JU and major: 2012/Political Science

Hometown: West Palm Beach, Fla.

Branch/Rank: U.S. Army/Specialist

Service: 8 months, Paratrooper, assigned to a Military Information Support Operations unit

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JU PPI’s Rick Mullaney hosting quarterly WJCT radio show, ‘Policy Matters’

Rick Mullaney, Jacksonville University Public Policy Institute founding director

Rick Mullaney, founding director of Jacksonville University’s Public Policy Institute (JU PPI), has begun hosting a quarterly radio show, “Policy Matters,” on WJCT-FM 89.9’s “First Coast Connect.”

“The goal of the

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Sarah Sowers named JU associate registrar

Sarah Sowers, a 12-year Jacksonville University employee, has been named the University’s associate registrar.

“Your positive e-mails and comments regarding Sarah’s good work confirmed to me that Sarah was the right candidate …” Registrar Carolyn Barrett said in an e-mail …

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JU’s Dr. Rody Borg volunteers for 11th year at Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week

Economist Dr. Rody Borg of JU’s Davis College of Business volunteered July 5-13 at Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week at Lycoming College in Williamsport, Pa.

Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week is an intensive program that educates high school students about the American …

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Five from JU teach at Georgia youth symphony camp

JU music majors David Greene, Haley Russell and Kimberly Trumbull and alumnus Peter Dutilly spent a week in early July serving as interns at a summer camp for the Coastal Youth Symphony of Georgia in Brunswick.

The third annual music …

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