One of the most important ways to be job-ready, either as a new college graduate or as a seasoned employee looking for a career change, is to be physically and mentally fit, ready to answer recruitment questions or handle new
The inaugural Global Conference on Advances in Management July 18 at the Davis College of Business, with the theme “Innovation in Health Care,” features students and executives from as far away as Sweden and Switzerland discussing new trends and research …Read More »
School of Nursing students Taylor Mulligan and Ivagba Adeoye have been awarded STAR scholarships for Summer 2016 funded by a $25,000 gift to the University from the Thomas M. & Irene B. Kirbo Charitable Foundation.
Those chosen for STAR Fellowship …Read More »
Dr. Colleen Wilson, Department Chair and Associate Professor of Education in the School of Education, finds the opportunity to learn from her students and other educators especially rewarding, and now she’s been rewarded for her academic efforts over a 30-year …Read More »
Three top 2016 graduates with strong academic and leadership records have joined the University as Presidential Fellows.
The Presidential Fellowship provides a unique opportunity for highly talented graduates to play integral roles in Jacksonville University’s administration. Fellows help senior leaders …Read More »
The lawns keep getting greener and fuller. The dolphin statues are iconic. Corporate partners are paying for upgrades to academic and athletic programs. There are new residence halls, and new funding for key programs in the health sciences, marine sciences, …Read More »
Best practices and ethics explored by Dr. Robin Edge at Texas Speech-Language Hearing Association’s 60th convention
“Exploring Ethics Education in Speech-Language Pathology” was the topic of a recent two-hour seminar by Assistant Prof. Robin Edge and colleague Dr. Bess Sirmon-Taylor at the 60th annual Texas Speech-Language Hearing Association convention in Ft. Worth
This seminar by Edge …Read More »