Those close to School of Aviation Director Capt. Matt Tuohy (Ret) ’75 ’03 are accustomed to it. Those who meet him for the first time quickly grasp it: His primary mission is always about what he can do for others. …Read More »
Flight Team lands prestigious “Spirit of Excellence Award” at regional Safety and Flight Evaluation Conference
The Flight Team is back from Auburn, Ala., after going head-to-head with some of the nation’s top flight programs in the Region IX National Intercollegiate Flying Association’s (NIFA) Safety and Flight Evaluation Conference (SAFECON).
Competing schools this year included Auburn …Read More »
Leading national security expert Dr. Michael Desch will discuss foreign policy and the impact of Donald Trump in the fifth annual Hesburgh Lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30, in the Davis College of Business, presented by the JU Public …Read More »
A major seminar at Jacksonville University Nov. 14 will gather the region’s top substance abuse experts to describe outreach, prevention and treatment for those affected by the cascading U.S. drug epidemic, including U.S. veterans.
The 3½-hour event is supported by …Read More »
UPDATE: More School of Aviation students now eligible for important certification after FAA grants JU petition
IMPORTANT UPDATE SINCE THIS STORY WAS FIRST FILED: Originally, graduates of the JU School of Aviation beginning last year could be eligible for the Restricted Air Transport Pilot Certificate (R-ATP) with 1,000 hours of flight time. This did not cover …Read More »
Capt. Melvin Yokoyama ’93 recently assumed command of the Navy’s Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific).
A landmark research facility in San Diego for more than 75 years, SSC Pacific is comprised of more than 4,700 scientists, …Read More »
Lindsay Wolf brings her daughters ages 1, 3 and 4 to school so her graduate pediatrics students have real-world patients to examine and learn from.
Dennis Oakes uses online gaming and interactive exercises to keep his Nursing students engaged in …Read More »
Purple Heart-designated spaces one more way JU works to make sure its veterans are ‘set up for success’
Special parking spaces set aside just for Purple Heart veterans may seem like a modest gesture to some, but to Kinesiology major Sean Karpf, it means “more than you’ll ever know.”
For Karpf, who lost his left leg below the …Read More »