In a society that values life and living, talking about end-of-life issues can be challenging. To help move the conversation into the open, the Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences is holding a free community screening of the Emmy-nominated documentary …Read More »
The Big Collaborate: Coral reefs, bike sharing, standing desks and more on tap as JU students present projects Thursday
Students taking part in Collaborate JU projects through the University’s EPIC (Entrepreneurism, Policy, Innovation and Commerce) Program will present their unique projects before a panel of community business leaders Thursday, allowing them to hone their presentation and team skills.
“Community …Read More »
What happens to our brains as we get older is the subject of a free talk Nov. 14 by JU alumna Dr. Lori Beason-Held, a leading neuroscientist at the National Institute on Aging.
With an estimated 5.4 million people now …Read More »
Dr. Tommy Harrison may have just changed the landscape as to how potential students view the music business arm of the College of Fine Arts.
Harrison, Professor of Commercial Music, Music Business and Recording, this week became one of …Read More »
The increasing use of video games and mobile devices is often blamed for people’s lack of interest in physical activity, but Pokémon Go may have changed that.
The virtual scavenger hunt for cartoon characters in real locations shows the Pokémon …Read More »
The upcoming general election has rankled voters of all parties (independents included) to such an extent that a variety of surveys are indicating election stress is on a significant upward incline.
He said this, she did that. You know the …Read More »
By Sheri Webber
“I never had a Plan A or B … I thought life just worked itself out,” said Haywood Range III.
But after struggling through college, missing important opportunities and becoming increasingly unable to provide for himself, Range …Read More »
A spacious, versatile stage, finely tuned acoustics, premium lighting, custom sound-proofing and additional enhancements means a completely reimagined Terry Concert Hall has become a “game-changer” gift to students and the community, making it one of the finest facilities its size …Read More »
All for a good (Arlington 20/20) cause: How JU’s deep connections have inspired the Nelson family’s computer gifting in community
Helping lift the community around it is a top priority for Jacksonville University, and Arlington 20/20 has become one of the prime vehicles for doing just that.
The initiative is an outgrowth of Renew Arlington, a program to boost the …Read More »