Jacksonville University’s robust Graduate Nursing Program is adding a Leadership track focusing on Executive Nursing for students pursuing a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree.
The Leadership track is geared toward Registered Nurses (RNs) working in health care systems and …Read More »
JU Prof. Brian Lane’s “PhysFliS” computer simulation work published in “The Physics Teacher” national journal
How do you keep aviation and engineering students’ eyes from glossing over or their hands from scratching their heads when teaching them the vital subject of physics?
Nowadays, spreadsheets, blocks, pulleys and ramps may not cut it.
How about a …Read More »
The Davis Student Commons, Nimnicht Fitness Center and Lonnie Wurn Pool are closed through Sunday, May 12 and will reopen Monday, May 13.
The David Student Commons offices’ summer hours are: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8:30 a.m.-noon… Read More »
Letters from readers: JU president thanks First Baptist
How uplifting to see the spirit of cooperation, creativity and just plain good neighborliness shown by First Baptist Church of Jacksonville last week as it agreed
THE COST BENEFITS: A PRESIDENTIAL PROFILE — New JU President Tim Cost turns heads with plans for more student success, higher growth
Try to capture Tim Cost’s attention with the old locker-room adage “There’s No ‘I’ in ‘Team’,” and you’re getting close to the strike zone.
How about “There’s No ‘I’ in ‘Students’ ”?
Now you’ve hurled one right down the pipe.…Read More »
The spectacular 2013 Aquarian, Jacksonville University’s literary and arts magazine, has arrived, with copies available in the Council Building lobby.
This year’s 118-page publication is edited by Lauren Michelle Tidwell, with assistant editors Arelis Resto and Ashley Rodriguez. Faculty advisor… Read More »
The Spring 2013 issue of “Prevailing Winds,” Jacksonville University’s NROTC newsletter, it out, with updates on many facets of the program, including the Pistol Team, Colorguard Team, Sailing Team, Aviation Club and Trident Society.
There are also articles on the… Read More »
By Christina Kelso
JU Communications sophomore