The inaugural Global Conference on Advances in Management July 18 at the Davis College of Business, with the theme “Innovation in Health Care,” features students and executives from as far away as Sweden and Switzerland discussing new trends and research …Read More »
Nursing students awarded STAR Scholarships funded by Kirbo Charitable Foundation
School of Nursing students Taylor Mulligan and Ivagba Adeoye have been awarded STAR scholarships for Summer 2016 funded by a $25,000 gift to the University from the Thomas M. & Irene B. Kirbo Charitable Foundation.
Those chosen for STAR Fellowship …Read More »
Orthodontics Class gains 100% American Board of Orthodontics exam pass rate for fourth straight year
The Orthodontics Class of 2016 has earned a 100% pass rate on the American Board of Orthodontics’ (ABO) written exam — the fourth straight year that all JU School of Orthodontics graduates have gained membership into JU’s “100% Club.”
“This …Read More »
Kids by the hundreds will run, bike and swim their way to health in the First Coast Kids Triathlon this weekend at JU
Hundreds of kids will run, bike and swim their way through one of the biggest youth triathlons in the country this weekend at Jacksonville University.
The nonprofit Kids Triathlon Inc. puts on the largest series of kids triathlons in the …Read More »
HEALTHY LIFE: How to cope with anxiety
Almost all of us have experienced some level of anxiety at some point in our lives.
In fact, mild anxiety is helpful in that it increases our perceptual field and our ability to get things done, as well as alerts …Read More »
FIT LIFE: We need to get back to nature
Sometimes we can take for granted how nature has the ability to improve our health — directly and indirectly.
First, let me offer a vivid example of nature’s direct impact, in the very plants that surround us. Many of these, …Read More »
Academic prowess earns Alicia Barnett 2016 Baptist Nassau Auxiliary Scholarship
Congratulations to Alicia Barnett of the School of Nursing, whose high academic achievement has earned her $2,500 via a 2016 Baptist Nassau Auxiliary Foundation Nursing Scholarship.
Barnett is furthering her education in the Jacksonville University RN-BSN cohort program in …Read More »
Best practices and ethics explored by Dr. Robin Edge at Texas Speech-Language Hearing Association’s 60th convention
“Exploring Ethics Education in Speech-Language Pathology” was the topic of a recent two-hour seminar by Assistant Prof. Robin Edge and colleague Dr. Bess Sirmon-Taylor at the 60th annual Texas Speech-Language Hearing Association convention in Ft. Worth
This seminar by Edge …Read More »
JU awarded Bronze-level status as ‘Exercise Is Medicine’ campus by global movement founder Dr. Bob Sallis
Hailing its coordinated efforts to promote physical activity as a “vital sign of health” for its students, Exercise Is Medicine global founder Dr. Bob Sallis bestowed the Bronze Level EIM Award upon Jacksonville University April 11 before a packed house …Read More »
‘Exercise Is Medicine’ global movement founder Dr. Robert Sallis to visit campus April 11
Dr. Robert Sallis, chairman of the global Exercise is Medicine initiative, is the Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences Distinguished Lecturer from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 11, in Terry Concert Hall. The event is open to the public.…Read More »