Fire and water don’t mix, and fire when coupled with a lack of water can create a dangerous combination. This is readily illustrated in the huge wildfire that has recently burned just north of the Florida-Georgia line, and multiple fires …Read More »
Originally published in the Spring 2017 issue of WAVE magazine.
By Sheri Webber
On Ryan Bass’ first day at work, protesters occupied the sidewalks outside and the phone rang with persistence.
Congressman John Rutherford, representing the Fourth District of Florida, …Read More »
Stress in the nursing profession has become such a norm that there’s even a special term for it: Nursing Burnout Syndrome.
The findings are a bit daunting: in one survey at the University of Colorado Hospital, nearly nine out of …Read More »
Congratulations to JU’s 2016-17 graduating seniors and faculty top award winners, announced at this year’s Spring commencement on April 29:
President’s Award for Outstanding Leadership/Undergraduate: Hanna McMahon graduated magna cum laude and Phi Kappa Phi, earning a bachelor’s degree …Read More »
Sen. Aaron Bean ’89 to JU Spring 2017 graduates: wield your “superpowers,” dream bigger to do incredible things
Quoting Nelson Mandela and Google CEO Eric Schmidt, and with references to Spider-Man, Drake, Clash of Clans, Star Wars, Adele and others, Florida Sen. Aaron Bean urged Jacksonville University graduates Saturday, April 29, to harness their “superpowers” to take …Read More »
Last month, our local charismatic megafauna, the Florida manatee, achieved a very significant milestone in recovering from near extinction, when the federal government down-listed the marine mammal from endangered to threatened.
While some are upset that the status of the …Read More »
Florida Sen. Aaron Bean ’89 to be awarded honorary doctorate, deliver keynote address at Commencement April 29
Florida Sen. Aaron Bean, a 1989 graduate of Jacksonville University, will deliver keynote remarks to nearly 900 graduating students as JU celebrates its Spring Commencement Saturday, April 29, under the oak canopy of its Science Green.
Sen. Bean was first …Read More »