With 2022’s Black History Month behind us, we can look back and see that Jacksonville University did its part in uplifting Black voices due in no small part to the Black History Month Concert and Art Gallery and their organizer, …Read More »
Davis College of Business announces Top 25 students for 2021-2022
Jacksonville University’s Davis College of Business announced their 2021-2022 Top 25 students, an elite group of promising young scholars at the undergraduate and graduate level who were selected by Davis College leadership, faculty, and staff.
The Davis College of Business …Read More »
Charlotte Rose wins second national sailing championship
Grit – it’s the single-minded pursuit of a dream, the ability to dig deep when the chips are down, the sheer display of will and the inner resolve to achieve. It’s also exactly what Charlotte Rose exhibited during her second …Read More »
Six JU seniors commissioned as Navy officers, pinned as nurses
Receiving their pin at the Nurse Pinning Ceremony on Nov. 19 was the second life-changing event of the day for six Jacksonville University graduating seniors.
Earlier that day, they were commissioned as officers into the U.S. Navy. In a few …Read More »
Six Keigwin nursing students receive FCBNA scholarships
Of the seven Northeast Florida nursing students who received scholarships from the First Coast Black Nurses Association, six were from the Jacksonville University Keigwin School of Nursing.
The $1,000 scholarships were awarded earlier this fall in a virtual ceremony. The …Read More »
Green Key Honor Society inducts new members
This fall, Jacksonville University’s oldest student organization, the Green Key Honor Society, inducted its newest class of honorees – a group of the 17 highest achieving students on campus.
The traditional Green Key Breakfast and Induction Ceremony was held Oct. …Read More »
Allison Ventrone Receives Phi Kappa Phi Fellowship
Visualize the moment you are in now. You are reading, comprehending, and reflecting. Now, imagine you could comprehend this writing but could not articulate your thoughts. Imagine speaking, but your words are incomprehensible.
According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association…Read More »