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Former student asks economics professor to officiate at upcoming wedding

Dr. Rody Borg

Professors at Jacksonville University strive to make a difference on campus no matter how unorthodox the need.

Professor Rody Borg has been teaching economics for over 36 years. He has interacted with many students, but he never had a student …

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Courage, persistence, and risk-taking led MBA student from Egypt to Jacksonville University

Ahmed Rashed

If you knew the key ingredients to a successful life and career would you share them? 

Current Jacksonville University Davis College of Business Master of Business Administration (MBA) graduate student, Ahmed Rashed, welcomes every opportunity to discuss how courage, calculated risk and persistence led to …

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Alumna found her passion after completing multimedia internship

Hannah Shami

Students at Jacksonville University often begin their undergraduate experience with career paths in mind that are modified through exposure to various classes and experiences.

Which is exactly what happened to Hannah Shami ’19, a Bachelor of Arts in Communications alumna …

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Jacksonville University’s Top 10 Alumni & Family Engagement Moments of 2019

Highest. Best attended. Biggest.

Those are just a few of the terms that describe some of the most memorable and important moments for Jacksonville University alumni and family during 2019.

Please scroll through the photos below that captured the top …

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Davis College of Business announces 2019-20 Top 25 students

DCOB 2019-20 Top 25

The Davis College of Business recently announced its 2019-20 Top 25 high-performing undergraduate and graduate students and future business leaders.

DCOB Top 25 poster

Selected by a council of academic leadership and staff within the College, each student earned his or her place through …

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Consider these four campus spots for better studying sessions

Starbucks

As a person who once hated the thought of studying, realizing that I had more power over procrastination than I thought and actually putting that insight to use made all the difference for me.

Being in college has taught me …

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New York alumni hosts sailing team for Intercollegiate Offshore Regatta

Sailing team visits alumni

Jacksonville University alumni and sailor Edward “Buttons” Padin ‘70 hosted the Dolphins sailing team earlier this fall for the 2019 Intercollegiate Offshore Regatta.

You can read the story written by Mr. Padin himself at the Scuttlebutt Sailing news website.…

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