When you look at many rivers and oceans, the water looks so clean and inviting. But if you take a clear glass jar, fill it with that same water, and look at it closely, you will see that it is …Read More »
Tag Archives: College of Arts and Sciences
Map an Impact: Jacksonville University hosts inaugural GIS conference
Jacksonville University has been long considered home to “the map people”.
Answering the question of “where?” through GIS technology— professors, students, and alumni of the Geography department have worked for decades to address current issues and inform decision-making at the …Read More »
Jacksonville University to host three commencement ceremonies April 29, May 1
To honor the graduates of the class of 2022, Jacksonville University will hold three graduation ceremonies during the weekend of April 30 and May 1, marking the second year the University has hosted multiple ceremonies.
All three will be held …Read More »
Master of Science in Leadership and Learning adds Student Affairs concentration
As demand grows for post-secondary education administrators, so too does the need for programs to train and prepare them.
That’s why Dr. Stephanie James, associate professor of educational leadership, launched a new concentration of the Master of Science in Leadership …Read More »
Phin Comm students create award-winning campaign for local nonprofit
Just about everyone wants to make a difference in their communities.
For some, this comes in the form of fostering shelter dogs; for others, they donate to local soup kitchens. But what about public relations?
This past year, Associate Professor …Read More »
Who let the dogs out?: Data science students learn by helping Jax Humane Society
If you’ve ever wondered where the animals at the Jacksonville Humane Society came in from, Dr. Daniel Moseley’s Data Science Foundations students probably have an answer for you.
In a partnership with the Geography department and professors Dr. Ashley Johnson …Read More »
First-generation college student on his way to becoming a doctor
Antonio Espinoza ‘21 didn’t stop at being the first in his family to graduate college. Less than a year later, he was also accepted to medical school, taking the first step toward his dream of becoming a physician.
So far, …Read More »
Engineering senior Jana Alghoul: “Your life in college starts outside the classroom”
Although it’s thousands of miles from her hometown of Beirut, Lebanon, Jacksonville University has felt like home to Jana Alghoul ever since she stepped foot on campus for her freshman orientation.
Four years later, Alghoul is preparing to graduate with …Read More »
2021: Year in Review
2021 has been a year of growth, accomplishments and positive change at Jacksonville University. As we wrap up another year, here’s a look back through some of the top stories from 2021.
Jacksonville University named a top university on U.S. …Read More »
Opinion: Election night chaos is not inevitable if cool heads prevail
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 »