Meet Aldrich Ruiz, a senior majoring in computing science. Aldrich is a recipient of the STAR Center IT scholarship, which was funded by the Florida Entrepreneurism, Policy, Innovation, and Commerce (EPIC) Program at JU to develop electronic medical records …Read More »
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Food allergy is among the fastest-growing public health concerns affecting nearly every school across the United States. One in 13 children in the U.S., or roughly two in every classroom, has a food allergy.
Currently there is no cure for …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 »
According to the 2014 Dangerous by Design report, Jacksonville ranks as the 3rd-most dangerous U.S. city for pedestrians and cyclists. These are not statistics to be proud of. The city’s many long roads with limited crosswalks and sidewalks …Read More »
Jacksonville University is saddened to learn of the death of a beloved, retired nursing faculty member, Julia Ann Andrae. A Celebration of Life will be held at 1 p.m. this Saturday, Dec. 12, in the DuPont Auditorium at Baptist Medical …Read More »
Chances are we can all agree that exercise is good for us and air pollution is not. In fact, air pollution can take years off, while exercise can add years to, our life span. In other words, exercise reduces, while …Read More »
‘A milestone in our long partnership’ – Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences celebrated
Jacksonville University’s award-winning health education programs are now officially housed in the Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences, after a naming celebration Monday, Sept. 21, attended by hundreds of students, faculty, healthcare professionals and civic leaders.
“This is a …Read More »
Meet Tala Farah. Tala is enrolled in her second year of the Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology program. Her undergraduate degrees are in Psychology and Sociology, which she earned from Jacksonville University in 2014.
Why did you choose the …Read More »
Could you resist eating a marshmallow knowing that if you did, you’d get two marshmallows later?
If you answered yes, then you may have the ability to delay gratification, which is an important characteristic for success in health, work and …Read More »