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JU faculty members present at prestigious national health forum

By Chelsea Wiggs/JU Communications Major

Two of Jacksonville University’s nursing faculty members are bringing attention to the University’s College of Health Sciences as it becomes a forerunner in improving health outcomes.

Dr. Teri Chenot, Associate Professor of Nursing, and …

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On Chantal, et al: Staying informed and prepared … that’s the ticket to safety, says JU’s campus security director

Just a friendly reminder in light of Tropical Storm Chantal heading in our direction. We still have time to monitor and make appropriate preparations should this become a more serious weather event for our area. Please stay tuned to the

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Jacksonville University hosts City’s Jobs for Veterans partnership event

Photo courtesy of City of Jacksonville


JU among 140 Jacksonville’s Jobs for Veterans Partnership companies

From the City of Jacksonville

Representatives from 140 companies came together Tuesday, July 9 to celebrate the continued

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JU’s Quinton White to participate in Riverkeeper forum on controversial river dredging proposal

Quinton White, Jacksonville University’s Marine Science Research Institute executive director, will be among the panelists at a July 23 public forum on the proposed Jacksonville Harbor Deepening Project, the Florida Times-Union reported in its Tuesday, July 9 edition.

Hosted by

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Jacksonville University selects Perry-McCall as contractor for College of Health Sciences project

Jacksonville University has selected Perry-McCall Construction Inc. to build the University’s new $8 million, 30,000-square-foot Colleges of Health Sciences.

Perry-McCall, which built JU’s Marine Science Research Institute, will begin site preparation the week of July 8 and is scheduled to …

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Strong enough to swim from Florida to Cuba? ‘There are lots of things in the water’ to stop you, says JU’s Quinton White

Having the endurance to swim across the ocean is one thing, but being able to overcome what lives in the sea is another  — especially during warm weather, says Quinton White, Jacksonville University’s Marine Science Research Institute executive director.


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