For decades, we have heard about the importance of STEM education in the U.S. — to the point where it has become ubiquitous. In the race to compete globally, as other countries continue to churn out coders, doctors, engineers and …Read More »
Davis College of Business Junior Natasha Ubani explores culture, history and Disney while studying abroad for the summer.
June was one for the books! With only a month left in Tokyo, time seems to be moving faster than …Read More »
Whew! May was a literal whirlwind. I’m not sure where to even begin. Well, I guess there’s no better place to start than the beginning, right? Right.… Read More »
Hurricanes, algae and heat: welcome to summer time in northeast Florida. This year, spring turned quickly into summer. This very hot summer exceeds anything in my memory of such extreme heat this early. We expect the heat in July and …Read More »
By Laura Phelps
A new three-story, 104,000-square-foot Healthcare Sciences Academic Center is quickly taking shape at the north end of the Jacksonville University campus, marking significant progress on a project that will make Dolphin history.
JU selected award-winning design and …Read More »
There’s a new face on campus, though he’s hardly “new” to Jacksonville. In fact, his is one of the most recognized names in North Florida as an author, educator, political scientist and respected scholar.
Dr. Matthew Corrigan joins the Jacksonville …Read More »