The Commission on Presidential Debates in Washington, D.C., has announced that Jacksonville University has been selected to be considered to host a Presidential or Vice Presidential debate in fall 2016. It is the first time the University has competed for …Read More »
When we support each other, incredible things can happen, no matter our different viewpoints or different backgrounds.
That was part of the keynote message of Florida Rep. Mia Jones, D-Jacksonville, recipient of the Community Woman of the Year award at …Read More »
JU becomes first U.S. partner with Petroleum Technology Development Fund to educate Nigerian students
Jacksonville University is the first U.S. partner in a program with Nigeria’s Petroleum Technology Development Fund to educate its country’s top young scholars in STEM-related fields, signaling a dynamic move to intensify the University’s global reach in higher education.Read More »
I have a large National Geographic map on my wall. Red pins indicate places I have been, and green pins stand for places I want to go. I have plenty of red pins that I have happily placed, but there …Read More »
Former tennis star Dick Stockton brings free T3 tennis clinics for troops and families to JU March 27-28
“It was incredible to see such talented and caring athletes take care of soldiers and their families…”
“The reverberation of the event still echoes across the tennis center at Fort Jackson…”
“It was especially gratifying to see so many youth …Read More »
The fifth annual interdisciplinary panel discussion presented by Jacksonville University’s College of Arts and Sciences, titled “The Walking Dread: Society, Plague, and Zombies,” promises a provocative blend of discussion on scientific and medical discoveries, societal fears, literature and even …Read More »
What was the Mona Lisa thinking when she was being painted? Can a plumber be an artist? Is scrapbooking more than craft?
These questions and many more are explored in the hilarious new show Arts or Crafts, receiving its North …Read More »