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JU awards 838 degrees at commencement ceremony featuring astronaut Scott, former president Romesburg

By Kevin Hogencamp/Jacksonville University

Know who you are, who you want to become, and act accordingly.

Former Jacksonville University President Kerry Romesburg offered that sage advice as commencement speaker and received an honorary degree Saturday, May 4, as JU awarded …

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Dear Students, Faculty, JU Parents and JU Community,

With the strong likelihood of inclement weather, we have decided to move Jacksonville University’s Spring Commencement ceremony indoors on Saturday, May 4, to the main …

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JU Prof. Donald Horner discusses “360-degree” HR technique to combat bullying in Navy Times

JU management professor Donald Horner has again been featured in Navy Times discussing bullying in the armed forces.

Horner, now on sabbatical and working as the City of Jacksonville’s Education Commissioner, discusses the U.S. Navy’s “toxic leaders” controversy and the …

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WEATHER UPDATE: Nation’s largest kids triathlon at JU postponed to June 1-2


Update to article below:  Due to inclement weather, the 2013 First Coast Kids Triathlon scheduled for May 4-5 on the JU campus has been postponed to the weekend of June 1-2.



From the City of Jacksonville

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., April 26, …

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JU Finance Prof. Richard Cebula listed among top economic writers worldwide

JU Professor of Finance Richard J. Cebula has been ranked among the most prolific economic writers in the world, ahead of the likes of Ben Bernanke, chairman of the Federal Reserve.

In rankings produced by the highly followed Research Papers …

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JU’s new jet simulator getting even more “props” in the media

It’s a JU jet simulator that keeps getting “props” in the media.

The Davis Aviation Center’s new $500,000 flight simulator was the subject of a recent story on ActionNews’ TV 30 and 47, with reporter Tracy Collins testing out the …

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