Catie Carter would be proud. Proud to see so many of the nurses who cared for her as she battled childhood cancer now receive the tuition funding they need to complete or advance their Nursing educations in the Jacksonville University …Read More »
Illustration by Deanna Derosia
The 16 Jacksonville University students in matching Cinderella Castle t-shirts sat on a charter bus in the heart of Orlando and waited for their cue to depart. For six weeks they had prepared for this moment.…Read More »
The Lab Report may be a tradition science educators and students love to hate, but to get around it and inspire his introductory physics students to boot, Physics Professor Brian Lane found another, more personalized approach: weekly letters home.
As …Read More »
By Heather Hausenblaus
Illustrations by Amalia Galdona-Broche ‘16
Have you ever noticed an avid exerciser at your local gym — someone who is always running on the treadmill for long lengths of time or hovering around the weight room well …Read More »
W.C. Gentry ’69, recipient of the 2014 Distinguished Alumni Award, is a renowned Jacksonville University alumnus who has contributed to our beautiful campus through many projects, including the W.C. and Susan Gentry Nature Preserve and Boardwalk, the Gentry Family …Read More »
Jacksonville University is constantly looking for ways to provide more prepared graduates to growing areas of our local economy. With the success of Florida-based Acosta, Bi-Lo Winn Dixie, Publix, Sysco, and Beaver Street Fisheries, the Davis College of Business has …Read More »
I grew up hearing my parents constantly telling me and my brothers to “go outside and get some fresh air.” It looks like they were on to something.
Exercise is well known to provide physical and psychological health benefits. But …Read More »
Filling in for A. Quinton White this month is Jeremy Stalker, an assistant professor of marine science at Jacksonville University’s Marine Science Research Institute.
Most people in Jacksonville are familiar with watching the St. Johns River slowly flow out through
USRowing, the national governing body for the sport of rowing in the United States, hosts an annual convention in a different city every year, and in December, hundreds of coaches from all across the nation were in Jacksonville.Read More »
Live fully by being positive – and steering clear of pessimists, Florida Board of Education Chair Gary Chartrand tells JU graduates
The best way to live a rewarding life, one in which you develop confidence in yourself, resolve to take action and then make some waves along the way, can be summed up in one word: optimism.
That was some of …Read More »