This is the first installment of “Never Quit,” a blog by Stephen Eager, a student-veteran enrolled at the Public Policy Institute, who recently earned his Bachelor’s degree from Jacksonville University. Stephen is currently studying to obtain a Master’s in Public …Read More »
Two local food industry experts told a Jacksonville University audience on Friday, Nov. 1, that innovation and public-private partnerships can help solve local food issues.
“Hunger is a problem going on every single day,” Susan King, president and chief executive …Read More »
The biggest gift Jacksonville University gives to our community is our alumni.
Alumni are polished products of the education they’ve received from their respective institutions. They carry their life experiences and school spirit into their careers, and pass it onto …Read More »
Jacksonville University will honor seven alumni with different professional backgrounds who have one important characteristic in common: Service.
“These individuals demonstrate the highest level of character in their professional accomplishments, community and philanthropic efforts and continued support of this University,” …Read More »
While many of the can’t-miss events of Homecoming & Family Weekend 2019 occur next Friday, Oct. 18, and Saturday, Oct. 19, current Dolphins begin the celebration on Monday, Oct. 14.
There’s a cornhole tournament, Slip ‘N’ Slide kickball, and S’Mores …Read More »
For the past 8 years, student-leaders from Jacksonville University have visited Israel to experience first-hand with their peers from around the country what it takes to become the leaders of tomorrow.
“I’m interested in investigating different ways of life, and …Read More »
Thanks to an undergraduate Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) opportunity, Jacksonville University alumna Savannah Bates ‘17 discovered a passion – mathematical biology.
“The REU was my first research experience and led me to several other research projects in mathematical biology …Read More »
The Jacksonville University Office of Advancement recently held its “Popsicles with the Pod” event at Council Building Courtyard to thank faculty and staff for their support.
Advancement staff provided frozen treats and gift bags to “Dedicated Dolphins.” They also brought …Read More »
Earning a bachelor’s degree from Jacksonville University when others are planning their retirements, Command Master Chief J. Scott Drenning, Class of ’16, proves that it’s never too late to chase your dreams.
“I joined the military when I was 28 …Read More »