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Sport Management online master’s program gears up for January as professors solidify industry relationships

JU Sport Business professors Dr. Carol Dole and Dr. Todd Hall, who are gearing up for the January launch of the region’s only fully online business-focused Sport Management master’s degree, recently traveled to the inaugural Warsaw Sports Business Analytics Symposium …

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Student Veterans of America Cookout draws in JU community

I would like to thank our JU students, faculty, staff and alumni for the tremendous turnout at the Student Veterans of America Cookout this past Wednesday. The SVA team was pleasantly surprised by the attendance. The purpose was to help …

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JU represents at 2016 American Speech-Language Hearing Association Convention

Speech-Language Pathology graduate program faculty and students are ready to go again to the American Speech-Language Hearing Association Convention Nov. 16-19 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, with seven presentations ready.

Dr. Christine Sapienza, Dean of the Brooks Rehabilitation

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The Impact of a Legacy

Four Generations of Alumni Foster Tradition of Service and Dedication to JU

Originally printed in the Fall 2016 issue of WAVE magazine.

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John F. Sessions had just received the diagnosis. He was facing a battle against a brain tumor. There

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JU a top “Best for Vets College” on prestigious Military Times list

Jacksonville University has been selected among the top schools on the Military Times “Best for Vets Colleges 2017” list, the most prestigious of such designations.

best-for-vets-colleges-logoThe eighth annual rankings are based on results of Military Times’ comprehensive school-by-school survey of …

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Varsity Shooting team Runner-Up at JAX Southeast Collegiate Invitational

The Varsity Shooting team recently co-hosted its sixth Jax Southeast Collegiate Invitational (Regional) Championship Shoot, with the squad coming in as runner-up Main Event Champion among 124 collegiate athletes from nine universities.

The performance follows the team grabbing HOA (High …

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RIVER LIFE: Who knew? Hurricanes can be beneficial

Since we just experienced a hurricane that left a lasting impression on the area with significant damage and economic impact, it may seem strange to devote a column to the beneficial effects of hurricanes.

But it is important to keep …

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