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Election stress: It’s real and you might have it

The upcoming general election has rankled voters of all parties (independents included) to such an extent that a variety of surveys are indicating election stress is on a significant upward incline.

He said this, she did that. You know the …

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ADHD Awareness Month: Dr. Chenot saw need, is moving to fill it

What started as a hunch for Dr. Teri Chenot about a year and a half ago has turned into a multi-level, community and nationwide gap-filling awareness movement for transitional youth and adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

She addresses …

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Marine Science working to help coral reef restoration

Although coral reefs in the Florida Keys aren’t what they once were, they remain beautiful and Dr. Dan McCarthy and his marine science classes are helping to further their restoration.

McCarthy, Professor of Biology and the Director of the Marine

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RIVER LIFE: It might be time for the tipping point for the St. Johns

What an exciting time this is for the St. Johns River. After decades of suffering from a serious lack of caring, it seems attention is finally being paid to the river and its potential for Northeast Florida. I say this …

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Renewed partnership with IEP will streamline Education Abroad process

Through a renewed collaborative partnership with International Educations Programs (IEP), Education Abroad programs will offer faculty streamlined services for ”one stop shopping.”

With the goal of expanding education abroad opportunities, IEP will provide services to include: education abroad office management, …

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