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President Cost to deliver keynote address to Arts Schools Network Conference at Jacksonville University

President Cost

President Tim Cost ‘81 will present the keynote address “The Changing Face of Art in Higher Education” when the Arts School Network (ASN) Annual Conference comes to Jacksonville University on Thursday, Oct. 24.

The non-profit ASN provides leaders in art …

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LBSCFA honors two alumni who are now accomplished artists

Marq Mervin and Jennifer Pascual

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 …

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Future Fest Welcomes JU Community to New Academic Year

Faculty and students play electro-acoustic music

From the electro-acoustic music performed by Jacksonville University faculty and students to interactive art installations accompanied by plenty of food and drink JU welcomed the new academic year with its very first Future Fest on Thursday, Aug. 29, at River …

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Meet JU’s New Head of STEAM Initiatives: Dr. Murat Tiryakioglu

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 …

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5 Things To Do in Jacksonville During Orientation

This month, Jacksonville University is welcoming hundreds of new students and their families to campus during four New Student Orientation sessions, when they learn more about academic programs, get acquainted with the campus, and connect with the broader Phin Family. …

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River Life: A Harmonious Ecosystem

Has it ever occurred to you that the St. Johns River is very much like a symphony? Jacksonville is blessed to have an excellent symphony orchestra. I was at the final Jacksonville Symphony Masterworks Concert performance of Mahler’s 5th

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On the Front Lines: JU Davis College of Business Tokyo-Waseda Experience

By Natasha Ubani

Minna-san Kon’nichiwa!

Last time I mentioned that cherry blossoms were already springing up around Tokyo. Since my last post, I have experienced a full cherry blossom season.

Cherry Blossoms, or Sakura in Japanese, are a national sensation. …

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