What a fantastic time of year to be in Northeast Florida. For those of us in academics, graduation is almost here as we conclude yet another school year, with most of us commenting how fast the years seem to pass. …Read More »
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This has been an exciting year for the St. Johns River.
I don’t think there has been a time when more attention has been focused on the river, with more people than ever concerned and engaged in discussions about this
The St. Johns River is unique and special and contributes in so many ways to the quality of life we enjoy in Northeast Florida. Jacksonville owes its very existence to the St. Johns. But, as I have said many times, …Read More »
Jacksonville University and Mote Marine Laboratory have forged a new education-focused partnership to benefit students, faculty and researchers while strengthening the foundations of Florida-based marine science.
Mote President & CEO Dr. Michael P. Crosby and JU President Tim Cost recently …Read More »
The fifth annual interdisciplinary panel discussion presented by Jacksonville University’s College of Arts and Sciences, titled “The Walking Dread: Society, Plague, and Zombies,” promises a provocative blend of discussion on scientific and medical discoveries, societal fears, literature and even …Read More »
This is the time of year I’m glad I live in Florida. A snowstorm hit the Northeast and, while it is seasonably cold here, it is not snowing, just cold. Now I know some of you think our weather is …Read More »
John N. Heine recently had to bear 29-degree temperatures just to do his job. That may not sound too foreboding, but in this case, he was 100 feet underwater, beneath 10 feet of Antarctic ice, with only a dry suit …Read More »
Filling in for A. Quinton White this month is Jeremy Stalker, an assistant professor of marine science at Jacksonville University’s Marine Science Research Institute.
Most people in Jacksonville are familiar with watching the St. Johns River slowly flow out through