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 …Read More »
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, …Read More »
Science on the sidelines with groundbreaking heart study
At least three Jacksonville University athletic teams will be taking part in a groundbreaking study that will bring science to the sidelines.
The study not only will help JU athletes train better, but make better decisions in competition all while …Read More »
A four-year degree while working full time possible through Accelerated Degree Program
A college degree. At night and on weekends. No interruptions.
That might sound like a lofty goal for working adults, but a bachelor’s degree despite having a full time job is well within reach through Jacksonville University’s Accelerated Degree Program …Read More »
Leading health entrepreneur Naomi Whittel is BRCHS Distinguished Lecturer Nov. 10
Acclaimed entrepreneur Naomi Whittel, who has launched more than 140 science-based products and last year sold her six-year-old nutritional supplement company for $37 million, speaks Nov. 10 at Jacksonville University on “The Business of Health Wellness,” as part of the …Read More »
Largest incoming Honors class setting up for Honors Program Orientation
The largest incoming class of honors students will be in for an exciting upcoming weekend as they head out for the annual Honors Orientation Friday, but the 80 or so freshmen have no idea where they are going.
“They won’t …Read More »
Experiential Learning study abroad program changing lives of students
One of the most rewarding experiences professors collect is to watch students expand their horizons and growth. Through the Experiential Learning program several students participated in life changing adventures during recently completed study travels abroad.
“It’s one of the joys …Read More »
Ninth Annual River Report shows mixed results for St. Johns River’s health
With nitrogen levels down and grass beds coming back, but salinity up and algae blooms a vexing problem, the ninth annual State of the River Report on the lower St. Johns River Basin offers mixed results that suggest continued monitoring …Read More »
The Science Of … bringing science to life with unique video magazine
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 »
RIVER LIFE: Oxygen isn’t as prevalent for river life as it is for you and me
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 »