The inaugural Global Conference on Advances in Management July 18 at the Davis College of Business, with the theme “Innovation in Health Care,” features students and executives from as far away as Sweden and Switzerland discussing new trends and research …Read More »
The summer travel season is upon us and as one considers travel plans within the next few months or later, many seniors may wonder whether to join an escorted tour domestically or abroad, or to travel independently. Both options have
Fine Arts Dean Dr. Henry Rinne rekindles the flame with new documentary on barrier-breaking jazz great Alphonso Trent
When he first dropped the needle on the vinyl more than three decades ago, Dr. Henry Rinne thought he was hearing the sophisticated jazz arrangements and rhythms of Duke Ellington. Or Count Basie. Or some other Big Band giant out …Read More »
School of Nursing students Taylor Mulligan and Ivagba Adeoye have been awarded STAR scholarships for Summer 2016 funded by a $25,000 gift to the University from the Thomas M. & Irene B. Kirbo Charitable Foundation.
Those chosen for STAR Fellowship …Read More »
Ask college students about their biggest hopes, and you’re likely to hear about finding a good job and earning a good salary.
In fact, The Princeton Review 2016 College Hopes & Worries Survey Report found that students feel the No. …Read More »
Orthodontics Class gains 100% American Board of Orthodontics exam pass rate for fourth straight year
The Orthodontics Class of 2016 has earned a 100% pass rate on the American Board of Orthodontics’ (ABO) written exam — the fourth straight year that all JU School of Orthodontics graduates have gained membership into JU’s “100% Club.”
“This …Read More »
Kids by the hundreds will run, bike and swim their way to health in the First Coast Kids Triathlon this weekend at JU
Hundreds of kids will run, bike and swim their way through one of the biggest youth triathlons in the country this weekend at Jacksonville University.
The nonprofit Kids Triathlon Inc. puts on the largest series of kids triathlons in the …Read More »
One of the marvelous things about the lower basin of the St. Johns River is the diversity of life that can exist within its banks.
In addition to the charismatic megafauna, those large animals that everyone loves, like dolphins and
They came by the hundreds, from as far as London, to honor their mentor, muse and inspiration, and to celebrate the start of her 100th year. Students, faculty, staff, alumni and the community gathered on Sunday, May 22, in Swisher …Read More »
The number of manatees in local waters surged to the highest single-day counts since surveys by Jacksonville University researchers began more than two decades ago, rising 15 percent to 217 over the previous record of 189 in 2012.
However, researchers …Read More »