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WJCT story on Baby Boomers’ use of social media features JU’s Kent-Willette

JU’s Dr. Annmarie Kent-Willette

Dr. Annmarie Kent-Willette, associate professor of communications at JU, provided expertise in a WJCT public radio story on Baby Boomers’ prominence among people who exchange information and ideas through Facebook and other virtual online communities known

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JU Upward Bound to participate in Summer Food Service Program

The Jacksonville University Upward Bound Program will be participating in the Summer Food Service Program during the months of June and July.

Nutritionally balanced meals will be provided to all children regardless of race, color, sex, disability, age or national …

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JU TRi0 caps banner year with student, staff honors program

By Juwan Watson

Jacksonville University’s TRiO Student Support Services program recognized its outstanding student participants and professional tutoring staff at the organization’s Student Recognition Program on April 30 in the Kinne Center.

Dr. Lois Becker, JU’s senior vice president for

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Just in time for Mother’s Day: JU Prof. Heather Hausenblas in FoxNews magazine with “Beauty Secrets for Mom”

Just in time for Mother’s Day, JU Associate Professor of Exercise Science Heather Hausenblas is featured in a FoxNews magazine article this week titled “10 Beauty Secrets for Mom.”

JU Prof. Heather Hausenblas

Here are several of the tips offered

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JU grad Renée Veronica Freeman in “Dreamgirls” — and Folio Weekly

Renée Veronica Freeman, 25, a Jacksonville University graduate, has come home, so to speak.

Renée Veronica Freeman, 25, a Jacksonville University graduate. Photo by Leon Le

A traveling production of “Dreamgirls” comes to Jacksonville May 21 at the Times-Union Center

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JU Choirs turning heads on tour of France!

Members of the JU Choirs are making quite an impression on their high-profile tour of France this month, as they perform in Paris, Chartres and Nantes as “Musical Ambassadors of Goodwill.”

An attendee to their performance Wednesday, May 8, at …

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Leading state magazine Florida Trend calls JU “positioned for growth”

In an article in its May issue headlined “Jacksonville University is positioned for growth,” Florida Trend discusses JU’s bold plans for investing in its students, programs and facilities.

JU President Tim Cost lauds former President Kerry Romesburg for having “turned

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Attention, RNs: Take your next step as a leader at JU

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

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