Dr. Christine Sapienza of Jacksonville University and Dr. Bari Hoffman Ruddy of the University of Central Florida were recent community discussion leaders at TEDxJacksonville’s salon on community health. In this online article published originally by Metro Jacksonville, they discuss …Read More »
Public Policy Institute hosts Healthcare Conference
The Affordable Care Act and Medicaid expansion were under the microscope at the recent JU Public Policy Institute Healthcare Policy Conference, a forum that featured industry leaders discussing health care exchanges, spiraling costs, and …Read More »
Leadership, strategic planning and budgeting were topics brought to light during “Education Policy: Why it Matters,” a forum hosted Tuesday, Feb. 11, by the JU Public Policy Institute.
Nikolai Vitti and State Board of Education Chairman Gary Chartrand led a …Read More »
Rick Mullaney, founding director of Jacksonville University’s Public Policy Institute (JU PPI), has begun hosting a quarterly radio show, “Policy Matters,” on WJCT-FM 89.9’s “First Coast Connect.”
“The goal of the …Read More »
From the National Park Service
The National Park Service and its official Friends Group, the Timucuan Trail Parks Foundation, has awarded its first two $500 research grants to local students, including …Read More »
Dr. Quinton White, JU’s Marine Science Research Institute executive director, was a guest Thursday, July 18 on a WJCT-89.9 FM “First Coast Connect” radio segment about an upcoming forum on the Jacksonville Harbor Deepening Project.
White said on the show …Read More »
Congratulations to JU Professor of Philosophy Erich Freiberger, whose article “Just War Theory and the Ethics of Drone Warfare” has been published at e-International Relations (e-IR), the world’s leading website for students of international politics with a readership of 1.5 …Read More »
Sarah Sowers, a 12-year Jacksonville University employee, has been named the University’s associate registrar.
“Your positive e-mails and comments regarding Sarah’s good work confirmed to me that Sarah was the right candidate …” Registrar Carolyn Barrett said in an e-mail …Read More »
Economist Dr. Rody Borg of JU’s Davis College of Business volunteered July 5-13 at Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week at Lycoming College in Williamsport, Pa.
Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week is an intensive program that educates high school students about the American …Read More »
JU music majors David Greene, Haley Russell and Kimberly Trumbull and alumnus Peter Dutilly spent a week in early July serving as interns at a summer camp for the Coastal Youth Symphony of Georgia in Brunswick.
The third annual music …Read More »