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Former JU Prof. Baker to discuss NSA surveillance Tuesday, June 11 on WJCT’s ‘First Coast Connect’

Dr. Stephen Baker remains a go-to source for political analysis, even in his retirement.

Baker, who taught political science at Jacksonville University for 28 years until calling it quits this spring, will be on Melissa Ross’s “First Coast Connect” show

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JU, American Eagle Airlines sign Pilot Pipeline agreement

Jacksonville University’s Davis Aviation Center announced it is one of the first schools in the nation to team with American Eagle Airlines on a new Pilot Pipeline Program that helps graduates gain experience and flight hours for a career as …

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Ice Hockey at JU? You betcha

When Jacksonville University alumni think back to their days as students, memories of walking across the picturesque campus or enjoying an outdoor sporting event may come to mind.

Attending a JU ice hockey game? That wasn’t conceivable.

A group of …

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JU Upward Bound celebrates 2013 graduating class

 By Suwanda Baker/Upward Bound Academic Counselor

JU Upward Bound is a college preparatory program for Duval County High School students. For almost 40 years, we have had the pleasure of working with some of the area’s brightest young adults.

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A big thank you for supporting the First Coast Kids Triathlon at JU

To the JU Community,

Thank you, thank you, thank you to all of you that helped make the June 1-2 First Coast Kids Triathlon at Jacksonville University a great success.

With more than 1,900 participants and thousands of well-wishers on

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Chris Anderson becomes first JU player selected in MLB draft’s first round

By JU Athletics

The Los Angeles Dodgers selected Jacksonville University junior Chris Anderson on Thursday, June 6 in the first round of the 2013 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. Taken with the No. 18 overall pick, Anderson is the …

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JU alumni gather for Presidential Receptions in New York City

 

Jacksonville University alumni gathered May 30-31 in New York City for fellowship and to meet President Tim Cost, who provided an update on JU projects.

Receptions were held at the Stone Rose Lounge and Le Parker Meridien.

Pictured are,

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JU retired Prof. Stephen Baker one of ’40 most influential in Healthcare’

Recently retired JU political science professor Stephen Baker has made 904 magazine’s list of “The First Coast’s 40 Most Influential People in Healthcare.”
Dr. Stephen Baker
The June 2013 issue of the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce publication praises Baker, who

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