A select group of JU students and faculty recently got an insider’s view of both the athletic and business sides of the Florida Cup held at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports in Orlando. an annual event that features an international …Read More »
International Business/English double major Ellis Harr, a Presidential Student Ambassador who also heads Sigma Chi fraternity on campus, will bring his voice to The Florida Times-Union Editorial Board this semester as a citizen member, the newspaper announced.
The five members …Read More »
Duval County Public Schools art teacher Joi Hosker had a quandary: She wanted to teach full-time at a university someday, but didn’t want to leave her job to advance her education.
Enter Jacksonville University’s Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in …Read More »
Attack of the $13 Trillion Monster: Professor Richard Cebula explores the “new normal” of deficit spending
Illustrations by Cleo Brock ’16
Throughout most of U.S. history, the nation’s biggest budget deficits have come in times of war. From the Revolutionary War through Vietnam, armed conflict has ballooned the nation’s budgets and borrowing. But when the fighting …Read More »
The Jacksonville University Public Policy Institute finishes an extraordinary year of progress in 2015, with substantive political debates, a much-cited inaugural GOP primary poll, important lectures, the conferring of the first MPP degrees in the history of Florida, and more. …Read More »
From Sport Business majors gaining coveted internships with the Jacksonville Jaguars to Aviation Management students setting up foreign exchange programs for JU in Taipei to Consumer Goods & Services Marketing MBA candidates breaking gender barriers in the supply chain industry, …Read More »
In some ways, it’s not the first line to the chorus of one of JU President Tim Cost’s favorite songs that fully captures his positive spirit. “It’s a beautiful day,“ from U2’s Beautiful Day, certainly comes close. But it’s …Read More »