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Youths from Girls Inc. in Arlington experienced a little taste of college life this week at Jacksonville University as part of a global photo project — and got a chance to sit behind the President’s desk to boot.
PhotoVoice is …Read More »
By Phillip Milano
Stephanie Glen has their number. Or hopes to, soon.
The 2006 JU alum is one of the creators who’ll vie for seed money for her project, the educational TV show “The Number Hunter,” at the ground-breaking One …Read More »
JU College of Fine Arts
Electronic Music Concert
Wednesday, April 17
Terry Concert Hall
No admission fee
This concert will feature a selection of electronic classics using various electronic music methods, plus original pieces by some of… Read More »
By Christina Kelso
JU Communications Sophomore
Coming together in a star-spangled sendoff, familiar faces converged April 2 to celebrate the retirement of JU Political Science Prof. Stephen Baker and honor his 28 years’ service to the University.
In recognition of …Read More »
JU Davis College of Business hosts panel discussion on workplace diversity, transcultural leadership
The Jacksonville University Davis College of Business, the Deutsche Bank Multi-Cultural Partnership and Women on Wall Street teamed up to host a panel discussion March 19 on current issues and trends regarding diversity in the workplace and transcultural leadership. About… Read More »
By Rachael Jenkins
JU Computing Sciences junior
Matt Kane ’01, owner of Greenshades Software Inc. in Jacksonville, recently returned to JU’s campus to give students in the Royal Computer Science Society some real-world tips.
Kane, a Jacksonville University Trustee as… Read More »
The second annual Sport Management and Medicine Conference at Jacksonville University Wednesday, April 10, drew principals, athletics administrators, coaches and guidance counselors from across the region to hear about concussion prevention and injury treatment, instruction, NCAA compliance, the business of …Read More »
A Christmas hippo! JU computer arts student Michelle Pabalate simulates clay animation in fun thesis project
Jacksonville University computer arts and
By Phillip Milano
He had them at “half-day Fridays.”
JU President Tim Cost, in an informal Q&A Tuesday, April 9, with attendees at the monthly Employee Advisory Council meeting, prompted cheers when he kicked things off by announcing traditional half-day …Read More »