Students helping and learning from older individuals in a healthcare setting, and vice versa, as they both move through crucial phases of their lives. It’s a vision coming to reality through Dolphin Pointe Landing, a skilled nursing facility opening …Read More »
BRCHS Student Profile: Jonathan McClow
Meet Jonathan McClow, who is part of the inaugural cohort of the Online Master of Science in Health Informatics in the Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences.
What is your undergraduate degree in?
I earned my Bachelor of the …
BRCHS Student Profile: Heather Newberg
Meet Heather Newberg, who is in her first year of the Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology Program. Heather is part of the second cohort of students to enroll in this new program at JU’s Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare …Read More »
New MS in Dentistry will create highest-value credentials sought by Orthodontics professionals
JU’s School of Orthodontics, already attracting some of the brightest minds from across the globe to one of the country’s largest Orthodontics advanced certification programs, is adding a Master of Science in Dentistry that will make its curriculum among the …Read More »
Federal Agency Partners with Lutheran Services Florida and JU to Increase Workforce in Mental Health and Substance Abuse Field
Lutheran Services Florida Health Systems (LSF), in partnership with Jacksonville University Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences, has been awarded a Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) grant to implement and evaluate an enhanced Certified Recovery Peer Specialist (CRPS) …Read More »
BRCHS Student Profile: George “Rico” Bodin
Meet Rico Bodin, who is part of the inaugural cohort of the Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling Program in the Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences.
What is your undergraduate degree?
A Bachelor’s of Behavioral Science, from …
JU represents at 2016 American Speech-Language Hearing Association Convention
Speech-Language Pathology graduate program faculty and students are ready to go again to the American Speech-Language Hearing Association Convention Nov. 16-19 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, with seven presentations ready.
Dr. Christine Sapienza, Dean of the Brooks Rehabilitation …Read More »
Deep Breath: Parkinson’s Patients Continue Struggle as JU Presses Forward on Solutions
By Michael Stone
Originally printed in the Fall 2016 issue of WAVE magazine.
On a Tuesday night in Gainesville, you might find Stu Pearson singing karaoke at the Dirty Bar. Or at Crafty Bastards on a Wednesday. Or at Napolatano’s …Read More »
‘K9s for Warriors: Making a Difference’ is topic of talk Nov. 10
From Marine Corps Officer Candidate School to two Afghanistan tours to promoting animal therapy for veterans, Becca Melesky has always been up for a challenge.
The Jacksonville University Doctor of Business Administration candidate will give a free talk on “K9s …Read More »
The Big Collaborate Presenters Wow Area Business Leaders
Owning to a bit of nervousness but clearly not intimidated, sophomore Jeffrey Myles stood alone with his presentation Thursday (Oct. 27) during The Big Collaborate in the Davis College of Business.
Myles, who is majoring in Aviation Management and …Read More »