Over the ages, the parable of the Good Samaritan is one of the most popular stories from the Bible. A man travelling from Jerusalem to Jericho is attacked by robbers, who leave him for dead on the side of the …Read More »
Congratulations to the 2021 Master in Public Policy Minority Fellowship Recipients
Building upon a fellowship program designed to educate, train and prepare future black leadership for north Florida, the Jacksonville University Public Policy Institute announced that Vonzelle Johnson and Dykisha Potter are the 2021 recipients of the Master in Public Policy …Read More »
Healthcare Quality and Safety Programs Receive CAHME Certification
The Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education has approved the certification of two Jacksonville University programs leading to the degrees of Master of Science in healthcare quality and safety, and Master of Science in nursing – healthcare quality …Read More »
Study Abroad Restarts with Coconut Olympics
This year, as athletes around the world train for gold medals in Tokyo, a new competition has emerged. Originating on the five-acre island of Tobacco Caye in the middle of the Belize Barrier Reef, the Coconut Olympics has left its …Read More »
New IDEA Public Schools Location Adjacent to Jacksonville University
Expanding its position as a premier institution of higher education in Northeast Florida, Jacksonville University announced a transformational agreement with IDEA Public Schools to develop a pre-k-through-doctorate education hub in the heart of Arlington.
With the purchase of land immediately …Read More »
Telehealth Robots Introduced into Nursing Education
There are now sleek, high-tech teaching tools rolling around the Simulation Training and Applied Research (STAR) Center at Jacksonville University’s Keigwin School of Nursing.
This summer, with the help of EPIC funding, nursing faculty introduced two telepresence robots into the …Read More »
River Life: Abundance of Freshwater and Marine Species Found in the St. Johns River
Fishing is one of the many things people enjoy about the St. Johns River. And because it is an estuary, a place where the river meets the sea, there is an amazing array of both freshwater and marine species to …Read More »
DBA in Healthcare Leadership Answers Need for Qualified Administrators
As Jacksonville University continues to expand the learning and career opportunities afforded by its interdisciplinary approach to academic programming, it is pleased to announce the creation of a doctorate-level degree track designed for aspiring healthcare leaders. The Doctor of Business …Read More »
Reimagining the Organization
Habits are hard to break. This adage is especially true when it comes to long-ingrained patterns of behavior in organizations sustained by thousands of people over a period of decades.
Enter the COVID-19 pandemic. Very few events over the course …Read More »
A Birthday Surprise for Chairman of the Board Jamie Shelton
Jamie Shelton had no idea what was in store for him on his birthday this year. Based on previous birthdays the Jacksonville University trustee and chairman of the board could have easily anticipated a few presents, perhaps a fun evening …Read More »