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Dr. Barbara Ritter to join University as new Dean of Davis College of Business

Dr. Barbara Ritter

Building upon the strength and long-standing success of its internationally-ranked Davis College of Business, Jacksonville University today announced the selection of the College’s next dean, Dr. Barbara A. Ritter. 

“With more than 20 years of experience teaching and leading in …

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Women’s History Month celebrates Valiant Women of the Vote

Woman's History Month

Women’s History Month highlights the contributions of women in history and contemporary society. In 1911, it started with a day, expanded to a week in 1980, and finally became a month of celebration worldwide in 1988.

Ever since, the celebration …

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Student-athletes achieve highest aggregate GPA in school history

Swisher Gym

Sixty athletes finished the recently completed fall semester with grade point averages (GPA) of 4.0 to lead the Jacksonville University student-athlete cohort of more than 400 athletes to a school-record 3.36 average GPA.

 “An average GPA of above a 3.0

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Seven NROTC midshipmen receive military commissions

US Navy Vice Admiral Mary Jackson was the honored speaker when eight midshipmen received their Navy and Marine Corps commissions at the Jacksonville University Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) Fall 2019 Commissioning Ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 14, at Terry …

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Former student asks economics professor to officiate at upcoming wedding

Dr. Rody Borg

Professors at Jacksonville University strive to make a difference on campus no matter how unorthodox the need.

Professor Rody Borg has been teaching economics for over 36 years. He has interacted with many students, but he never had a student …

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Alumna found her passion after completing multimedia internship

Hannah Shami

Students at Jacksonville University often begin their undergraduate experience with career paths in mind that are modified through exposure to various classes and experiences.

Which is exactly what happened to Hannah Shami ’19, a Bachelor of Arts in Communications alumna …

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