A recent community clinical experience for the Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences School of Nursing Community Health Nursing Course not only was fulfilling for residents of Arc Jacksonville Village, but a highly successful, humbling and valuable pilot project for …Read More »
Meet Dr. Vincent Napoli, who is enrolled in the JU Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences School of Orthodontics’ Advanced Specialty Education Program in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics. Dr. Napoli was elected the Chief Resident of the Class …Read More »
Through a renewed collaborative partnership with International Educations Programs (IEP), Education Abroad programs will offer faculty streamlined services for ”one stop shopping.”
With the goal of expanding education abroad opportunities, IEP will provide services to include: education abroad office management, …Read More »
Dr. Roberta Christopher has been named new Program Director of Health Informatics in the Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences.
Christopher will lead the program’s development and expansion as it adds a new cohort format to the Master of …Read More »
At least three Jacksonville University athletic teams will be taking part in a groundbreaking study that will bring science to the sidelines.
The study not only will help JU athletes train better, but make better decisions in competition all while …Read More »
The Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences has partnered with Baptist Health on a Nurse Residency Program that offers a level of academic-setting and simulation training to newly graduated Baptist Health nurses that is the first of its kind in …Read More »
Acclaimed entrepreneur Naomi Whittel, who has launched more than 140 science-based products and last year sold her six-year-old nutritional supplement company for $37 million, speaks Nov. 10 at Jacksonville University on “The Business of Health Wellness,” as part of the …Read More »
The largest incoming class of honors students will be in for an exciting upcoming weekend as they head out for the annual Honors Orientation Friday, but the 80 or so freshmen have no idea where they are going.
“They won’t …Read More »
With nitrogen levels down and grass beds coming back, but salinity up and algae blooms a vexing problem, the ninth annual State of the River Report on the lower St. Johns River Basin offers mixed results that suggest continued monitoring …Read More »