Dance Professor Cari Coble has a hard time picking just one “best” moment from her dance classes that help patients with Parkinson’s disease.
Maybe it’s the grandchild who got to know grandma through the program. It could be one of …Read More »
By Sheri Webber
May 5, 2007. The lawns are green, the temperature in the mid-80s and the Florida sun is shining. Back home it would have been raining, or at least cloudy, and about 30 degrees cooler. But Russell Knox …Read More »
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 …Read More »
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 …Read More »
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 …Read More »
By Michael Stone
On a Tuesday night in Gainesville, you might find Stu Pearson singing karaoke at the Dirty Bar. Or at Crafty Bastards on a Wednesday. Or at Napolatano’s …Read More »