Many people think reading glasses make you look older. Now, that may not be earth-shattering news, but media personalities may want to take heed: A new study by JU researchers has found that famous TV news anchors are 60 percent …Read More »
He may have drifted off from a tearful Tom Hanks and never returned in “Castaway,” but JU’s Wilson? He’s back.
The volleyball drifter buoy that a JU physical oceanography class dropped into the mouth of the St. Johns River last …Read More »
Dr. Angela Mattia of the Davis College of Business recently received international attention for her success in Big Data business analytics educational research at the Big Data Analytics EdCon 2015 International Conference in Fajardo, Puerto Rico.
The Associate Professor of …Read More »
Recently, while listening to one of Jacksonville University’s marine science graduate students defend her thesis research, I was struck by how much life there is in the St. Johns River that no one can see without a microscope.
The eighth annual State of the River Report on the lower St. Johns River Basin shows there are positive signs of the waterway’s health improving, but reveals there are concerns of deterioration, as well as some indicators—some good and some …Read More »
The Davis College of Business is proud to announce that Jacksonville University has been selected to host the 24th annual International Conference on Advances in Management (ICAM) July 20-23, 2016. It’s the first time JU has been selected to …Read More »
The First Coast has an abundance of natural resources that we enjoy and maybe too often take for granted. I was reminded of this earlier this month during the 35th annual Greater Jacksonville Kingfish Tournament.
I have been working with
Athletic trainers, team physicians and emergency personnel will hear the latest in treatment of sports-related spinal injuries, heat illness and breathing problems at the annual Emergency Medical Management in Sports Update July 27 at Jacksonville University.
The event, presented by …Read More »
One in three adults in the United States has high blood pressure. It is a common health problem seen in medical offices and hospitals daily. If treated early and effectively, it can be well controlled.
But, if not controlled, it
My birthday recently passed – not that I’
m going to reveal my actual age – but my brother texted me that I am halfway to 90. Most Gen X adults (those born between the early 1960s to the early …Read More »