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JU enters world stage of ocean research with ‘OCEARCH at Jacksonville University’ partnership

You can’t change the future of the ocean on a fisherman’s story.

So says Chris Fischer, the charismatic founder of world-renowned marine research outfit OCEARCH. The bona fides of academic expertise, peer-reviewed published research and acclaimed scientists are needed to …

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Honoring courage and vision during Black History Month

As we celebrate Black History Month, we reflect upon the accomplishments, courage and vision of our African-American community, as well as of those from across the entire African diaspora who have excelled in ways both big and small.

We join …

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RIVER LIFE: Salt/fresh water a huge river dynamic

One of the more variable factors with which plants and animals must contend in the St. Johns River is salinity, or salt concentration in the water. Yet it is also critically important to many species. Few can handle a wide …

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WELL-TRAVELED: River cruises show sides of Russia few travelers see

River cruising has become a popular travel option for many older Americans. The convenience, value and variety of destinations of river cruising attracts travelers seeking to experience a culture not from a train or rental car, but from one of …

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A Statement from President Tim Cost on the U.S. Executive Order on Travel Restrictions

To the JU Community:

Jacksonville University is committed to providing a welcoming, engaging environment for its vibrant and talented international community. We support the rights of our students from other countries to receive an excellent education here and to flourish …

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Varsity Shooting Team emerges as a national powerhouse

Seven seasons, 10 national event championships, several Olympic hopefuls, two individual National HOA Champions, too many Gold medals to list and hundreds of students excelling at teamwork and mentorship while learning the theory and academics of wing and clays shooting.…

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Speech-language master’s student Zoe Welch: ‘The best SLPs have come together to make the best program’

Zoe Welch earned her undergraduate degree in Communications Sciences and Disorders at the Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences and is now in the Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology program. She is part of the first cohort to complete …

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Pioneering glass master Fritz Dreisbach to demonstrate world-renowned techniques

Fritz Dreisbach, dubbed the “Johnny Appleseed of Glass” for inspiring hundreds of accomplished artists, will be on campus as a visiting artist in late January, teaching and conducting workshops for JU students and local glass enthusiasts in the University’s Glass …

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