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Princeton Review, CEO Magazine lists feature JU programs

Jacksonville University programs in business and nursing have again landed on three prestigious lists from the Princeton Review and CEO Magazine, ranking them amongst the best programs of their kind. 

The Davis College of Business appeared on both lists. CEO …

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JU the perfect place to take flight for senior Joseph Elias

From the time he was a baby, senior Joseph Elias has been taking flights across the world. At 21, he’s probably logged more miles than some people will in a lifetime. 

Elias was born in Lebanon, grew up in Africa …

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Dolphin Pitch: Which entrepreneur can make the biggest splash?

According to npr.org, in 2021 there were 5.4 million applications to start a new business in the United States. Despite the pandemic, the entrepreneurial spirit of the United States has not died down. Now, the Davis College of Business …

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Davis College reframes BBA core classes to align with industry needs

In response to feedback from industry partners, the Davis College of Business is adapting the way it frames its core courses in its bachelor of arts in business programs. 

Required core courses will be categorized in four areas – Quantitative …

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Deep Dive: Employee needs are changing and organizations must follow

In the midst of what some have coined “the great resignation,” companies are rushing to offer benefits that match the needs and desires of this new, empowered workforce—a workforce where a significant number are willing to resign without an alternative …

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Jacksonville University’s online programs rank amongst best in U.S.

Jacksonville University earned a spot on another U.S. News & World Report list, appearing this time in the 2022 Best Online Programs listings.

Programs in both the Davis College of Business and Keigwin School of Nursing were recognized on the …

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Deep Dive: the pandemic has revolutionized how employers attract talent

Historians talk about the Industrial Revolution as a fundamental transformation in our society, when workers moved from the fields to the factories.  At that time, technology and science brought people together in factories to mass produce goods.  In the context …

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Connectivity and Cohesion Missing from Virtual Work Environment

People interacting in an office work environment with COVID protections

As we are keenly aware, there is one big drawback from working in close proximity with other humans: increased transmissibility of viruses and disease. However, as the workplace has shifted to flex and virtual work, consideration should also be given to …

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