The Executive Master of Business Administration program in the Davis College of Business is expanding to offer the Southeast’s first Consumer Goods and Services concentration, in response to growing demand in the region for specialized executive education in consumer packaged …Read More »
“Science on the St. Johns” by MSRI Oct. 24 highlights region’s stellar natural asset
With a new name and date but the same dynamic goal by the Marine Science Research Institute, “Science on the St. Johns” comes to Jacksonville University’s waterfront Saturday, Oct. 24.
It’s the eighth time the MSRI has offered the …Read More »
Latest Catie Carter nursing scholar welcomed into JU family
The latest recipient of the full-tuition Catherine “Catie” Carter Scholarship was welcomed into a special family recently, continuing a tradition that honors the memory of its teenage namesake by providing funding to help awardees complete or advance their Nursing education …Read More »
Partnership with SAS enhances capabilities for Business Analytics
The Davis College of Business has created a partnership with SAS, a global leader in business analytic software and services, to help students attain the analytics skills that are in high demand by employers.
The collaboration with SAS, which …Read More »
DCOB’s Dr. Robert Boylan awarded Endowed Chair of Finance
After five years of dedicated service in the Davis College of Business as the Department Chair of Accounting and Finance, Dr. Robert (Bob) Boylan has been awarded the Endowed Chair of Finance.
Boylan came to JU in 2003 after a …Read More »
Homecoming and Family Weekend tours to highlight comprehensive campus wide improvements
On Saturday, October 10, from 2 until 5 p.m., Jacksonville University administrators and representatives from the Office of Student Life will be on hand to showcase renovations made across campus over the past several months. Improvements include those projects related …Read More »
National TV coverage given to research on threatened gopher tortoise
A JU biology professor and marine science student have gone high-tech on Cumberland Island National Seashore’s gopher tortoise, using GPS mapping along with burrow and remote game cameras to learn about the threatened species’ age, gender, eating patterns, living conditions …Read More »
RIVER LIFE: How ‘Wilson’ bobbed from the St. Johns to near Greenland
Have you ever wondered how big the ocean is? For most of us, the vastness of the world and its ocean is hard to grasp. In some ways, we see the huge scope of the universe easier because we can
‘A milestone in our long partnership’ – Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences celebrated
Jacksonville University’s award-winning health education programs are now officially housed in the Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences, after a naming celebration Monday, Sept. 21, attended by hundreds of students, faculty, healthcare professionals and civic leaders.
“This is a …Read More »
Public Policy Institute hosting top expert on carbon emission reduction Oct. 14
We often talk about “reducing our carbon footprint,” and it makes us feel good to be proactive in bettering the environment. When we look at the price of carbon-reducing technologies and adaptations, however, the price of “being green” can quickly …Read More »