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JU Public Policy Institute adds Joe Louis Barrow Jr., Willard Payne to board

The JU Public Policy Institute has bolstered its board with the additions of Joe Louis Barrow Jr., CEO of nonprofit The First Tee, and Willard Payne, president of Northern Florida Recruiting & Consulting Services.

JU PPI Director Rick Mullaney also …

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JU Public Policy Institute selects Richard Sisisky as first chair

The board of advisors for the JU Public Policy Institute announced it has selected Richard Sisisky, president and CEO of management consulting firm The Shircliff & Sisisky Co., as its first chair.

“Richard Sisisky is an extraordinary community and business …

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Instructional Leadership and Organizational Development Capstone Symposium is Saturday at DCOB!

 What: Capstone Symposium – Instructional Leadership and Organizational Development (ILOD) candidates (Master of Education, Leadership and Learning ILOD cohort Class of 2013, College of Interdisciplinary and Professional Studies)

When: 9-11 a.m. Saturday, April 27

Where: Conference Rooms, …

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JU School of Orthodontics featured in Florida Times-Union

The Florida Times-Union’s H Health & Fitness section featured a front-page article Wednesday, April 24, on JU’s esteemed School of Orthodontics, which offers low-cost treatment to about 1,500 residents each year.

 

Orthodontics Dean Mark Alarbi discusses the program’s rapid …

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Spring 2013 issue of JU’s Latinoture magazine now available!

The Spring 2013 issue of Jacksonville University’s Latinoture magazine is now available, packed full of articles by JU students and faculty on everything from Costa Rica and Cuba to the University’s Mesa Latina program and even a Spanish-language story on

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JU Profs. Freiberger, Willette discuss Boston bombings on WJCT’s “First Coast Connect”

Two Jacksonville University professors offered their insights into the Boston Marathon bombing on WJCT’s popular “First Coast Connect” radio show Monday, April 22.

Erich Freiberger, professor of philosophy, discussed the bombing suspects’ Chechnyan backgrounds and their possible radicalization over time, …

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