The first Florida summit to address how nurses can improve patient safety comes to Jacksonville University’s Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences Friday, March 4, with top experts discussing topics such as how to decrease bullying in the workplace and …Read More »
Experienced faculty leader Dr. Lee Ann Clements named Associate Provost
Jacksonville University announces the appointment of veteran educator and researcher Dr. Lee Ann Clements as Associate Provost for Assessment and Academic Operations, effective March 1.
Dr. Clements will be the University’s accreditation liaison, overseeing planning, assessment, accreditation and the Quality …Read More »
Eli Young Band to play this year’s Charter Fest
Platinum-selling country artists the Eli Young Band will bring “Crazy Girl” and other No. 1 hits to the Larry Strom Amphitheatre April 15 as the Grammy-nominated band helps the JU community wrap up activities for Charter Week 2016.
The …Read More »
Innovative partnership provides enhanced Speech and Language services to Duval Schools’ GRASP Academy students
Jacksonville University is partnering with Duval County Public Schools to provide additional speech and language services to the GRASP Academy, an innovative choice school that assists students who have documented challenges in reading, writing and math.
Starting in January of …Read More »
MBA and EMBA programs again earn Tier One status in prestigious CEO Magazine global listing
Jacksonville University’s Master of Business Administration and Executive MBA are again rated as Tier One degree programs in a newly released prestigious international list that stands apart from traditional rankings by focusing on more qualitative factors to determine overall student …Read More »
Ground-breaking filmmaker Ken Burns honored with Presidential Global Citizen Award
Jacksonville University honored pioneering documentary filmmaker Ken Burns with its second Presidential Global Citizen Award on Tuesday, Feb. 9, recognizing a master storyteller whose profound achievement in creating powerful historical narratives has had a far-reaching effect on millions of viewers …Read More »
Rex Morgan 1948-2016: JU basketball icon passes away
Former Jacksonville University basketball great Rex Morgan, a two-year starter at guard who helped the Dolphins reach the 1970 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball national championship game, passed away early today in Jacksonville. Mr. Morgan, 67, died after a lengthy …Read More »
EPIC Program at JU prepares a 21st-century workforce for Jacksonville and Florida
Ask companies in technical fields for their top hiring priority, and many are likely to say something like “finding employees who will get the job done now, but also make us better in the future.”
The Florida EPIC (Entrepreneurial, Policy, …Read More »
ASPIRE Campaign tops $100 million raised, announces $2.5 million from Bisk Family Foundation for online learning
Jacksonville University’s ASPIRE comprehensive campaign has reached a record-breaking $100 million raised toward programs and facilities for its students, including a $2.5 million donation this week from the Bisk Family Foundation, the largest single investment in dedicated online learning in …Read More »
Dr. Frances Bartlett Kinne to JU graduates: Achievements come from persistence, happiness from gratitude
Dr. Frances Bartlett Kinne, who at 98 knows a little bit about accomplishments and happiness, told Jacksonville University graduates Saturday that they can have them, too, if they just learn a little bit about persistence and gratitude.
“We always think …Read More »