Two plays based on watershed LGBT-related events, one a tragedy that took place on a dusty plain in Wyoming and the other a victory that sprung from a courtroom in California, are running back to back at Jacksonville University with …Read More »
Fiendish “Nosferatu” set to electro-acoustic wraps up Prof. Tony Steve’s three-part silent film scoring project
The classic “Nosferatu” set to amped-up electro-acoustic music performed by the JU Percussion Ensemble is the final ghastly installment of “Hearing What Wasn’t Said: The Music of Silent Film,” a three-part project by Assistant Music Professor Tony Steve to showcase …Read More »
What an exciting time this is for the St. Johns River. After decades of suffering from a serious lack of caring, it seems attention is finally being paid to the river and its potential for Northeast Florida. I say this …Read More »
Tiffany Leach was building a body of research with her series titled Mother’s Collection of ceramic work and, as research, gave little thought to where she would be applying it, or being accepted to. The work was dedicated to the …Read More »
As the moderators pepper Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump with questions this fall in their historic presidential debates, Adam Keller will be watching with much more interest than the casual observer. That’s because the JU Student Alliance President may have …Read More »
Through a renewed collaborative partnership with International Educations Programs (IEP), Education Abroad programs will offer faculty streamlined services for ”one stop shopping.”
With the goal of expanding education abroad opportunities, IEP will provide services to include: education abroad office management, …Read More »
Dr. Roberta Christopher has been named new Program Director of Health Informatics in the Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences.
Christopher will lead the program’s development and expansion as it adds a new cohort format to the Master of …Read More »
At least three Jacksonville University athletic teams will be taking part in a groundbreaking study that will bring science to the sidelines.
The study not only will help JU athletes train better, but make better decisions in competition all while …Read More »