Just-In-Time teaching is a well-established method of instruction designed decades ago to accelerate student learning through the use of classroom activities and work that students do at home in preparation for class. It has been widely and successfully implemented across …Read More »
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She won Jacksonville University’s top mathematics scholarship in 2015, was named its Woman Student of the Year in 2016 and earned its highest academic honor in 2017. Now spring graduate Savannah Bates has gone national, winning the prestigious Phi Kappa …Read More »
Community Hospice of Northeast Florida CEO Susan Ponder-Stansel, Accounting Prof. Ruth O’Keefe and Mathematics senior Savannah Bates are the honorees at the 18th annual Women’s History Month Celebration at noon Tuesday, March 15, in the Kinne Center.
PONDER-STANSEL began …Read More »
Meet Cindy Leong. She is a sophomore majoring in computing science and mathematics. Cindy 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 …Read More »
Jacksonville University’s recent STEM workshop for high school girls builds on an outreach effort started several years ago designed to grow interest among females in science and technical careers.
A continuation of a program begun in 2011 that was funded …Read More »
Dr. Larry B. Crowder of Stanford University will present a free seminar Jan. 30 titled “Current Ecological and Social Approaches to Marine Conservation” as part of Jacksonville University’s Science & Engineering Lecture Series.
Dr. Crowder will discuss the transition in …Read More »