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JU Partners with Delta Air Lines to Launch Aviator Careers

 In line with its mission to prepare students for life-long success, achievement and leadership, Jacksonville University today announced a partnership with Delta Air Lines to mentor and develop the most talented students in JU’s premier School of Aviation through the …

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JU first campus to offer personal property protection technology

On move-in day,  students as always arrived loaded with laptops, cell phones, bicycles, and other valuable personal property. And for the first time, Jacksonville University is offering a new technology to keep all those valuables as safe as possible.

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Meet JU’s New Head of STEAM Initiatives: Dr. Murat Tiryakioglu

For decades, we have heard about the importance of STEM education in the U.S. — to the point where it has become ubiquitous. In the race to compete globally, as other countries continue to churn out coders, doctors, engineers and …

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12 Move-in Tips for Future Phins

Almost three years ago, I moved to Jacksonville University’s campus for the first time. I remember it so vividly.

My mom and I pulled up to North Hall where a crowd of eager students waited to help unload my stuff. …

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River Life: The Mystery of Beached Whales

The recent stranding of pilot whales on St. Simons Island has once again raised the question of “why?” We wish we had an answer but we don’t. Scientists have spent decades studying whale and dolphins beaching themselves. Even with all …

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Tokyo-Waseda Blog: Summer in Japan

Davis College of Business Junior Natasha Ubani explores culture, history and Disney while studying abroad for the summer.

Minna-san Kon’nichiwa,

June was one for the books! With only a month left in Tokyo, time seems to be moving faster than …

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Associate Professor’s Passion for Patient Safety Leads to Prestigious Nursing Credential and Two New JU Programs

With almost 40 years as a clinician, leader, and educator in healthcare, Dr. Teri Chenot, Associate Professor at JU’s Keigwin School of Nursing, has had her share of specialties during her career. Today, she lives and breathes healthcare quality …

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5 Things To Do in Jacksonville During Orientation

This month, Jacksonville University is welcoming hundreds of new students and their families to campus during four New Student Orientation sessions, when they learn more about academic programs, get acquainted with the campus, and connect with the broader Phin Family. …

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Dr. Makaziwe Mandela Celebrates International Nelson Mandela Day at JU

What’s the significance of teaching a farmer in a remote region of Africa how to grow a better potato?

For Dr. Makaziwe Mandela — humanitarian, successful businesswoman, and daughter of the late South African President Nelson Mandela — it’s an …

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New Campus Store Opens in Welcome Center

The Jacksonville University campus bookstore has opened for business under the management of Barnes & Noble College, the University’s new business partner. In addition, Barnes & Noble College opened JAX Outfitters, a brand new spirit shop located in …

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