Dr. Christine Sapienza, Dean of Jacksonville University’s Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences, has been awarded a $15,000 grant from the Joy McCann Foundation to help develop online patient and caregiver interactive guides to protect airway function in Parkinson’s …Read More »
As I have written in this column many times, the St. Johns River is a fascinating place with many twists and turns, both physically and biologically. The unique nature of the river is driven by its flatness.
The St. Johns
From Sport Business majors gaining coveted internships with the Jacksonville Jaguars to Aviation Management students setting up foreign exchange programs for JU in Taipei to Consumer Goods & Services Marketing MBA candidates breaking gender barriers in the supply chain industry, …Read More »
In some ways, it’s not the first line to the chorus of one of JU President Tim Cost’s favorite songs that fully captures his positive spirit. “It’s a beautiful day,“ from U2’s Beautiful Day, certainly comes close. But it’s …Read More »
When: 7:30 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 19-21
Where: Swisher Theater
Details: The Senior Choreography Concert features dozens of Jacksonville University dancers participating in the performances. The graduating Seniors from the dance program will present their …Read More »
JU welcomes Dr. Megan Phillips, a biomedical engineer, to the Brooks Rehabilitation College of Health Care Sciences Kinesiology Program
Dr. Megan Phillips joined Jacksonville University on July 6, 2015. Dr. Phillips recently completed her PhD in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, where she also earned an MS in Biomedical Engineering and worked with Dr. Peter …Read More »
When traveling, I always try to see my destination less from the perspective of a typical tourist and more from a local enjoying what makes his or her hometown special.
Even when my language skills are limited in a country,