Undergraduate research is one of the unique activities used to enhance students’ educational experiences while pursuing their bachelor’s degree at Jacksonville University. These experiences are available in all academic disciplines, including economics and finance, where Dr. Richard Cebula has already …Read More »
JU, Mote Marine Lab partner to promote research, teaching
Jacksonville University and Mote Marine Laboratory have forged a new education-focused partnership to benefit students, faculty and researchers while strengthening the foundations of Florida-based marine science.
Mote President & CEO Dr. Michael P. Crosby and JU President Tim Cost recently …Read More »
“The Walking Dread” panel discussion Feb. 24 examines plagues, zombie fears, science and culture
The fifth annual interdisciplinary panel discussion presented by Jacksonville University’s College of Arts and Sciences, titled “The Walking Dread: Society, Plague, and Zombies,” promises a provocative blend of discussion on scientific and medical discoveries, societal fears, literature and even …Read More »
Dr. Stephanie James appointed to Mayor’s Commission on the Status of Women
Dr. Stephanie James, Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership and Director of Leadership Programs in the School of Education at Jacksonville University, has been appointed to the Mayor’s Commission on the Status of Women (MCSW), with a term through 2017.…Read More »
JU playing pivotal role in Renew Arlington initiative
Building on major new investments by Jacksonville University, Mayor Alvin Brown was joined Wednesday, Feb. 11, by City Council members and JU President Tim Cost to announce that the City’s Renew Jax initiative will expand to the Arlington area. Launched …Read More »
Entrepreneurship Panel provides advice for young aspiring business owners
An added emphasis on entrepreneurism in the business community has sparked the interest of many Jacksonville University students to discover the success of local innovative businesses.
Elton Rivas, founder of Jacksonville’s One Spark event, has been working with JU and …Read More »
North Florida premiere of award-winning “Arts or Crafts” adds MOCA controversy
What was the Mona Lisa thinking when she was being painted? Can a plumber be an artist? Is scrapbooking more than craft?
These questions and many more are explored in the hilarious new show Arts or Crafts, receiving its North …Read More »
U.N.’s Shelly Pitterman to discuss refugee outlook, Cuba policy changes Feb. 13
Shelly Pitterman, who represents the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in the U.S. and Caribbean, will visit Jacksonville University at 10:30 a.m. Friday, Feb. 13, in a rare local opportunity to engage with an influential leader with three decades’ …Read More »
New international partnership sends seven DCOB students to Taiwan
As a cornerstone of Jacksonville University’s plan to produce competitive graduates by helping them become productive global citizens, the Davis College of Business has initiated strategic partnerships with universities on each major region of the world. Its first strategic partner …Read More »
HEALTHY LIFE: Forgetfulness doesn’t always equal dementia
Have you ever had an older adult family member become disoriented, or confused about who they are? Perhaps all of a sudden they could not recognize close family members. Or they were tired and experiencing a lack