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Pioneering PepsiCo CEO Indra K. Nooyi to accept first JU Presidential Global Citizen Award Nov. 13

Jacksonville University will award its inaugural Presidential Global Citizen Award to PepsiCo Chairman and Chief Executive Indra K. Nooyi, one of the world’s most influential business leaders and a champion of critical societal issues such as sustainable commerce efforts, …

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JU Public Policy Institute hosts major Education Policy Conference Nov. 12

Some of Florida’s most prominent education policy leaders will address significant education policy issues, including Florida standards, accountability, school choice and private sector funding initiatives, at a Jacksonville University Public Policy Institute Education Policy Conference, “Shaping Florida’s Future,” from 8:30 …

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Energy policy is topic of Public Policy Institute’s Hesburgh Lecture Oct. 30

Notre Dame economics Prof. Thomas A. Gresik is set to speak  on energy policy Oct. 30 as part of the JU Public Policy Institute’s Hesburgh Lecture Series.

Gresik, a Kellogg Institute for International Studies fellow at the University of Notre …

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Summer internship experiences shape Business students

Throughout the country, recent graduates are finding ways to set themselves apart from other students with the same major, grade point average or academic credentials. Work experience is important to any prospective candidate starting a career following college. The Davis

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Incepture executive Matt Tuohy, Navy flight veteran, named Director of Davis Aviation Center

Matt Tuohy, a Navy flight veteran and local senior corporate executive, has been named Director of Jacksonville University’s Davis Aviation Center, effective Oct. 16.

Tuohy was most recently director of managed solutions and veterans program lead with Florida Blue …

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Nathan Whittenton makes his connection in Aviation internship with Delta Airlines

Just getting into Delta Airlines’ highly selective summer internship program was a rigorous enough process for Aviation Operations and Management student Nathan Whittenton. Then there was the demanding 10-week program itself to complete.

Whittenton, of Jacksonville, took part in the …

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