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As seen in WAVE: How the University is transforming the future: A conversation with President Tim Cost

Emerging technologies. Global pandemic. Revamped lifestyles. Economic recession. Geopolitical upheaval. Changing expectations of the next generation. Amidst the uncertainty impacting decision-making across higher education, business, nonprofits and government, Jacksonville University President Tim Cost sees a host of opportunities on the

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Map an Impact: Jacksonville University hosts inaugural GIS conference

Jacksonville University has been long considered home to “the map people”. 

Answering the question of “where?” through GIS technology— professors, students, and alumni of the Geography department have worked for decades to address current issues and inform decision-making at the …

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Master of Science in Leadership and Learning adds Student Affairs concentration

As demand grows for post-secondary education administrators, so too does the need for programs to train and prepare them. 

That’s why Dr. Stephanie James, associate professor of educational leadership, launched a new concentration of the Master of Science in Leadership …

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Phin Comm students create award-winning campaign for local nonprofit

Just about everyone wants to make a difference in their communities. 

For some, this comes in the form of fostering shelter dogs; for others, they donate to local soup kitchens. But what about public relations? 

This past year, Associate Professor …

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Princeton Review, CEO Magazine lists feature JU programs

Jacksonville University programs in business and nursing have again landed on three prestigious lists from the Princeton Review and CEO Magazine, ranking them amongst the best programs of their kind. 

The Davis College of Business appeared on both lists. CEO …

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Davis College reframes BBA core classes to align with industry needs

In response to feedback from industry partners, the Davis College of Business is adapting the way it frames its core courses in its bachelor of arts in business programs. 

Required core courses will be categorized in four areas – Quantitative …

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Adding up the issues: PPI students draft economic policy in Florida

Florida’s different, we all know that.

In fact, that might be our only consensus. Being America’s perennial swing-state means that we’re rooted in political discourse. We’re an involved people, with many perceptions about current issues, and how to solve them. …

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Jacksonville University to launch Florida’s first Certificate in Comprehensive Oral Implantology with M.S. in Dentistry

In response to the evolving needs of patients, Jacksonville University today announced a three-year Master of Science in Dentistry and Certificate in Comprehensive Oral Implantology, supported by the Comprehensive Oral Implantology Residency Foundation (COIRF) and using the American Academy …

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MSRI students go knee-deep in St. Johns River research

With small artificial reefs in hand, Biology Professor Dr. Dan McCarthy and his students waded through the tall grassy banks and into the St. Johns River just outside the Marine Science Research Institute. 

As Dr. McCarthy supervised, marine science students …

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Jacksonville University’s online programs rank amongst best in U.S.

Jacksonville University earned a spot on another U.S. News & World Report list, appearing this time in the 2022 Best Online Programs listings.

Programs in both the Davis College of Business and Keigwin School of Nursing were recognized on the …

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