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Six simple ways to stay active while still social distancing

Tips for staying active

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 …

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Committee names 2020 Jacksonville University Women of the Year

Woman's History Month

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 …

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Tips to help you successfully work or learn from home

Tips on working from home

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.…

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University takes steps to address Coronavirus Disease 2019

COVID-19 Update banner

Jacksonville University continues to closely monitor the outbreak of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and take action to protect the health and safety of everyone on campus. 

While there are currently no known cases of COVID-19 on campus, leadership is exercising …

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Aviation alumni soars past health problems to find success

An adverse medical diagnosis can lead some people to live their lives limited by their problem. Others, however, choose to soar beyond their health issues.

Las Vegas native Curtis Higgons and 2014 Jacksonville University aviation grad, for instance, took off …

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Panelists discuss technological revolution in food industry

Panelists talk about technology in food industry

Technology can bring revolutionary change to industry – often in unexpected ways.

Raised customer expectations, for instance.

“Customer expectations are only going to get more intense,” Matt Gutermuth, executive vice president and chief operating officer of food service technology provider …

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University names Mark Tillman as Dean of Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences

Dr. Mark Tillman Dean of BRCHS

Strengthening its position as a leader in quality healthcare education and training in Northeast Florida, Jacksonville University today named Dr. Mark Tillman the new Dean of the Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences.

“Dr. Tillman brings impressive skills in an …

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