The Daily News, a Longview, Wash., newspaper that covers the hometown of Jacksonville University aviation student Amanda Suter, spotlights Suter and fellow JU student Katja Jourdan’s participation in the 2013 Air Race …Read More »
Jacksonville University alumni gathered June 11 at The Peachtree Club in Atlanta for fellowship and to meet President Tim Cost, who provided an update on JU projects.
A Jacksonville presidential reception for alumni will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday,… Read More »
JU grad Susan Brodersen has turned her volunteer work into much more at the Gabriel House of Care on the campus of Mayo Clinic Florida in Jacksonville. Wave Weekly caught up with Brodersen, who walked at 2012 Commencement and graduated …Read More »
Jacksonville University’s Dr. Quinton White was interviewed Friday, June 14 for an Action News Jax (WTEV CBS-47 and WAWS FOX-30) story on a what he termed “a very significant expensive pothole” in San Marco.
The cave-in at Atlantic Boulevard and… Read More »
The Green Monster may be back, warn two JU marine science professors in a Florida Times-Union column.
“There is evidence we are seeing the Green Monster return,” Quinton White, executive director of Jacksonville University’s Marine Science Research Institute, told columnist… Read More »
JU grad Zac Houck’s exploits on the field and successes off of it are capturing the attention of the media.
Houck, who was a left fielder for the Dolphins baseball team, graduated from Jacksonville University in May 2013 with three… Read More »
Best Wishes JU Air Race Team!
2013 AIR RACE CLASSIC
Katja Jourdan & Amanda Suter (Classic Racer # 6)
As they embark in their 2450-mile flight
competing among 47 national teams in the Air Race Classic,
the only… Read More »
JU programs that teach students about sustainable dorm living and provide homeless veterans with gardening skills are getting a boost from a $10,000 grant to the university from Siemens Industry Inc.
The company’s Building Technologies division made the gift through …Read More »
Reaching another milestone as it prepares to launch the first Master in Public Policy degree program in Florida this fall, the Jacksonville University Public Policy Institute has received approval from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools for its signature …Read More »