Even though the University’s Charter Day of Service for 2020 had been cancelled by circumstances, Assistant Sociology Professor Shelley Grant encouraged her students to serve our community in a different way: By virtually volunteering to help guide local high school …Read More »
Was it really March last week and was it really 90 degrees? Sounds like a great time to escape to the beach. That had been my original intention until COVID-19 changed all of our plans.
It would have been so …Read More »
Jacksonville University will offer members of the Class of 2020 the opportunity to celebrate their graduation in person and on campus, President Tim Cost ’81 announced last week.
“We take commencement very seriously here,” President Cost told a virtual town …Read More »
In the midst of current adversity, the Jacksonville University nursing community banded together to engage in initiatives to uplift and aid their colleagues, who are treating victims of the COVID-19 virus.
The idea evolved from Clinical Assistant Professor of Nursing …Read More »
One of the unintended consequences of social distancing is how it limits opportunities for everyday physical activity.
You’re no longer walking from a parking spot to your office or classroom, to lunch or to a meeting. You’re not taking regular …Read More »
The COVID-19 crisis curtailed many Women’s History Month 2020 activities, including this year’s public celebrations of Jacksonville University’s Women of the Year.
Still, members of the University community had nominated 34 exceptional undergraduate and graduate students and faculty and staff …Read More »
The country’s unprecedented response to the coronavirus has most of the Jacksonville University community working or taking classes from home. If you’re new to remote life, these tips collected from home-office pros can help you stay productive and maintain balance.…Read More »
“People always want to do their best. They don’t want to hurt anyone,” says Bob Brigham, DBA, one of Jacksonville University’s newest Healthcare Quality and Safety (HQS) Programs adjunct professors. Yet the amount of medical errors in this country is …Read More »