The Davis Aviation Center is looking to launch an experiential learning program surrounding unmanned aerial systems (UAS). Simultaneous interest by three aviation students sparked the interest in order for Jacksonville University to be a place to conduct undergraduate research, with …Read More »
Data analysis and making informed business decisions formed the basis for a recent competition in the Davis College of Business to learn more about Microsoft Excel and its importance in the business world.
Students in an Applied Business & Economic …Read More »
Most American adults do not get the recommended seven to eight hours of sleep each night – and that’s not good for our health.
When we get less sleep than needed,
It was a news-filled year in 2014 for Jacksonville University. Here’s a list of some of the more impressive stories of JU’s outstanding progress:Read More »
Economics, race and family intertwine in youth crime issue, top experts note at JU PPI Juvenile Justice Forum
Socioeconomics, family dynamics, race and legal maneuvering were all on the table Thursday, Nov. 20, as some of the top – and most topical – names in the regional legal system gathered for a spirited Juvenile Justice Forum hosted by …Read More »
The Jacksonville University Flight Team continued its tradition of excellence by finishing second overall at the recent Region IX National Intercollegiate Flying Association’s (NIFA) Safety and Flight Evaluation Conference (SAFECON).
With the finish, host site JU earns an automatic bid …Read More »