College of Fine Arts leaders and faculty have been looking for ways to keep the Masters in Fine Arts (Choreography) forward looking and ahead of the curve.
In a big way they have found an answer.
Beginning in July, 2017, …Read More »
JU Sport Business professors Dr. Carol Dole and Dr. Todd Hall, who are gearing up for the January launch of the region’s only fully online business-focused Sport Management master’s degree, recently traveled to the inaugural Warsaw Sports Business Analytics Symposium …Read More »
Speech-Language Pathology graduate program faculty and students are ready to go again to the American Speech-Language Hearing Association Convention Nov. 16-19 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, with seven presentations ready.
Dr. Christine Sapienza, Dean of the Brooks Rehabilitation …Read More »
Since we just experienced a hurricane that left a lasting impression on the area with significant damage and economic impact, it may seem strange to devote a column to the beneficial effects of hurricanes.
But it is important to keep …Read More »
The outcome of the presidential election on Tuesday, Nov. 8, will change the Supreme Court for decades to come.
Along with the open seat of late Associate Justice Antonin Scalia, three other Supreme Court Justices are between 79 and 83, …Read More »
A long-running project to excavate a pair of water wells at the site of Cetamura del Chianti in Italy has turned up a treasure trove of ancient Etruscan and Roman artifacts and Associate Professor of Art History Cheryl Sowder was …Read More »