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ASN Lunch on the Science Green

President Tim Cost ‘81 presented the keynote address “The Changing Face of Art in Higher Education” to the Arts School Network (ASN) Annual Conference visit to Jacksonville University on Thursday, Oct. 24.

This year, approximately 300 conference attendees spent a …

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President Cost to deliver keynote address to Arts Schools Network Conference at Jacksonville University

President Cost

President Tim Cost ‘81 will present the keynote address “The Changing Face of Art in Higher Education” when the Arts School Network (ASN) Annual Conference comes to Jacksonville University on Thursday, Oct. 24.

The non-profit ASN provides leaders in art …

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SmartAsset ranks Jacksonville University high in graduates’ starting salary, best value in Florida

SmartAsset Ranking

Graduates from Jacksonville University earned the sixth highest starting wage of graduates from all Florida colleges in 2018, according to data published by the personal finance website SmartAsset.

Jacksonville University graduates earned an average of $50,200 in their first …

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Documentary interns capture their immersion in Cuban culture

The Cuba Project interns and staff

Thanks to TigerLily Media, five Jacksonville University interns viewed Cuban culture last spring through both professional and personal lenses.

“Being Ecuadorian, I have a strong interest in learning more about other cultures much like my own,” says Anna Tripp, a …

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Five more Dolphins chosen for Caravan to Democracy trip to Israel

2018 Caravan to Democracy participants

For the past 8 years, student-leaders from Jacksonville University have visited Israel to experience first-hand with their peers from around the country what it takes to become the leaders of tomorrow.

“I’m interested in investigating different ways of life, and …

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Student PR team reaps real-world reward for ideas sown in Communication classrooms

The pitch to Katherine Way

Ten students, two classes. Two semesters, one idea. One campaign, one Golden Image Award, several life lessons. In Jacksonville University’s Department of Communication where students pair classwork with real-life experience in award-winning practicums like Phin Communications, a student-run public …

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Newly Elected to ASHA Advisory Council, JU’s Dr. Edge Lobbies on the Hill

By Sheri Webber

Federal funding for educating students with disabilities was introduced by lawmakers late last month. Thanks to the efforts of special education advocates, additional funding for children in need of speech, language, swallowing, and hearing therapy may soon become a …

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Gen Z Talks at Mayport NAS Launches Positive Ripple Effect

By Mike Mitchell, USN (RET), Director of Military and Veterans Resource Center

The Mayport Naval Station and the Jacksonville University (JU) School of Education found some engaging common ground over the winter break. Southeast Regional Command Master Chief Bill Houlihan …

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Nine Years After His Death, King of Pop Impacts JU Vocalist

By Sheri Webber

It’s the summer of 1984. The crowds in Jacksonville totaled 45,000 during Michael Jackson’s Victory Tour. Jacksonville University (JU) freshman Cyriac Adjevi-Neglokpe missed that concert. He hadn’t been born yet.

Picture the moment. Thirty-four years ago. …

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HEALTHY LIFE: Why Children Act This Way

By Sandra Brown, PhD, OTR/L, BCP, BCBA

Nursed to Health, a recurring feature in The Florida Times-Union, has a new name—Healthy Life. Jacksonville University Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences faculty discuss symptoms, diagnoses, and treatments based on

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