When it came time to recognize leadership during the recent 15th annual Minority Access National Role Models Conference in Washington, D.C., Jacksonville University students stood out in a big way: out of 150 nationwide nominees, they took home three …Read More »
Some of Florida’s most prominent education policy leaders will address significant education policy issues, including Florida standards, accountability, school choice and private sector funding initiatives, at a Jacksonville University Public Policy Institute Education Policy Conference, “Shaping Florida’s Future,” from 8:30 …Read More »
We may live in the Sunshine State, but are we getting enough of the sunshine vitamin, better known as vitamin D?
Research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association reveals that about three out of four U.S. teens
Labconco Purifier Logic + Class 2 bio-safety hoods. VWR Symphony air-jacketed CO2 incubators. BMT Laboratory Sterilizer Sterivap SP666-1 autoclave. Abbott Laboratories IIC-6 laminar flow hood. Movex TERFU snorkel exhaust ventilation system.
All that verbiage may not mean much to the …Read More »
Jacksonville University’s Shooting Team and the Jacksonville Skeet & Trap Club recently hosted the seventh Jacksonville Southeast Collegiate Invitational (Regional) Championship Shoot, with 131 athletes from nine universities attending, making it one of the largest collegiate regional shoots in the …Read More »
We are getting ready to do an experiment in the St. Johns River, one that could help improve fishing and water quality for decades.
After years of research and community discussions, artificial reefs, or fish habitat enhancements, will be deployed …Read More »
Notre Dame economics Prof. Thomas A. Gresik is set to speak on energy policy Oct. 30 as part of the JU Public Policy Institute’s Hesburgh Lecture Series.
Gresik, a Kellogg Institute for International Studies fellow at the University of Notre …Read More »