Scientific concepts will become clearer and the area scientific community will become more accessible to residents with a unique new online digital video magazine produced by Jacksonville University in collaboration with the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens.Read More »
While we can discuss the impact of such things as temperature and salinity on river life, the most critical component is oxygen. It is the one essential element that must be available for almost all living things to exist. And …Read More »
International citizen-scientists live on campus, research microplastics in waterways at JU Marine Science Research Institute
They’re in everything from disintegrating water bottles and weathered synthetic clothing to facial scrubs and even, until recently, some toothpastes. Microplastics and their smaller cousin, microbeads, can eventually end up in our water, and have helped create huge swaths of …Read More »
Dr. Christine Sapienza, Dean of Jacksonville University’s Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences, is already known worldwide for her clinical trials on airway protection, mentoring thousands of students and clinicians, initiating community outreach on voice and respiratory rehabilitation and …Read More »
This is a hard column to write. The topic is difficult and complex, but in addition to that, we usually like to think things are not our fault. Someone else is to blame.
I’m talking about the algae bloom that
Dr. Sawsan Tabbaa, a multiple award-winning researcher and educator whose findings have drawn worldwide attention, has joined the School of Orthodontics as a full-time Clinical Associate Professor and Research Coordinator.
Dr. Tabbaa has collaborated with Dr. Christine Sapienza, Dean of …Read More »
One of the most important ways to be job-ready, either as a new college graduate or as a seasoned employee looking for a career change, is to be physically and mentally fit, ready to answer recruitment questions or handle new
Last month’s River Life column discussed how temperature affects the marvelous diversity of life that occurs in the St. Johns River.
Everything from those charismatic megafauna that everyone loves: sharks, dolphins and manatees; to the huge diversity of freshwater, estuarine
School of Nursing students Taylor Mulligan and Ivagba Adeoye have been awarded STAR scholarships for Summer 2016 funded by a $25,000 gift to the University from the Thomas M. & Irene B. Kirbo Charitable Foundation.
Those chosen for STAR Fellowship …Read More »