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Florida should be seen as a gateway to success and innovation, Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam tells JU PPI board

Issues key to making Florida a player in the global job market – economics, water, education and healthcare – were the focus of an address by Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam when he visited with Jacksonville University’s Public Policy …

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JU Choirs to tour Italy in May, including singing Mass at the Vatican

The passports have arrived, the voices are in tune and the excitement is building for 25 Jacksonville University choral students and choral alumni who will perform in some of Italy’s most renowned venues on an upcoming concert tour – including …

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Best practices and ethics explored by Dr. Robin Edge at Texas Speech-Language Hearing Association’s 60th convention

“Exploring Ethics Education in Speech-Language Pathology” was the topic of a recent two-hour seminar by Assistant Prof. Robin Edge and colleague Dr. Bess Sirmon-Taylor at the 60th annual Texas Speech-Language Hearing Association convention in Ft. Worth

This seminar by Edge …

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JU awarded Bronze-level status as ‘Exercise Is Medicine’ campus by global movement founder Dr. Bob Sallis

Hailing its coordinated efforts to promote physical activity as a “vital sign of health” for its students, Exercise Is Medicine global founder Dr. Bob Sallis bestowed the Bronze Level EIM Award upon Jacksonville University April 11 before a packed house …

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‘Never too busy to help’ — Peggy Rickey: 1940-2016

She was known for being “hard as nails on the outside,” but with a heart of gold on the inside. A wallflower, yet a tenacious employee who loved working for Jacksonville University, well beyond normal retirement age. A bit brazen, …

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