A team of researchers from Jacksonville University and several other local colleges here in Florida and beyond have released the 13th annual State of the River Report, announcing an improvement in some areas of the river, but still major …Read More »
Voting precincts, long lines, filling in tiny boxes and receiving an “I Voted” sticker makes voting here in the United States a complex experience. That is why Jacksonville University is doing its part to prepare students for the upcoming election.…Read More »
By Dr. Matthew Corrigan, Dean of JU’s College of Arts & Sciences
As published in the Florida Times-Union opinion section Your Turn.
Many concerns have been raised that the 2020 presidential election will produce chaos and possibly violence if …Read More »
In the spirit of Halloween, the English department held its fourth annual Ghost of JU Write-a-Thon in the Council courtyard. The event is an opportunity for students to tap into their creative writing skills and collectively create a story about …Read More »
Ground has been broken, and clearing has begun for Jacksonville University’s new basketball performance center. The center, currently scheduled to open in time for the 2021-2022 season, will be the future home of the JU men’s and women’s basketball teams, …Read More »
Jacksonville University and SkillStorm, a tech talent accelerator that hires, trains, certifies and deploys IT talent, are joining forces to build an extensive pipeline of technology talent for Jacksonville. The partnership will provide customized training to meet the specific …Read More »
More than 6 million Floridians live in areas where there is a shortage of primary care physicians, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges. That makes Florida last in the nation in access to primary care.
To address that …Read More »