#WomenWednesday for #WomensHistoryMonth we are featuring women on campus every Wednesday the rest of this month. Lastly, we are featuring @yarnlover97, a musical theatre student here at JU that has been drawn to the stage for her entire life. “My parents had me try everything when I was little. They put me in all kinds of sports, but theatre was the one thing that really excited me.” -Isabella Read more about Isabella and other JU visionaries. @julbscfa
#WomenWednesday for #WomensHistoryMonth we are featuring women on campus every Wednesday the rest of this month. Dr. Sherri Jackson, the Vice- Provost of Jacksonville University, was named as one of the 2018 Women of Influence by the @jaxbizjournal. “I’m still shocked that I would be included with a group like this. -Dr. Jackson Read more about Dr. Jackson and other visionaries by clicking the link in our bio.
#WomenWednesday for #WomensHistoryMonth we are featuring women on campus every Wednesday the rest of this month. First, we are featuring Dr. Frances Kinne, a former JU President whose achievements and cultural impact have made her into an icon. Among her many admirable qualities is the gift of creativity and turning any ordinary effort into an opportunity for innovation. -JU President Tim Cost Read more about Dr. Kinne and other JU visionaries by using the link in our bio.
Have you checked our bold new athletics website that features our bold new athletics brand? Visit judolphins.com (link in our bio) to have a look. #DareToBeBold #JUPhinsUp
Women on campus had the opportunity to be part of the JU LeadHERship academy, offering opportunities such as networking and hearing from influential women on campus including Dr. Kristie S. Gover, Senior VP for Student Affairs & Dean of Students, and JU's First Lady Stephanie Cost. #WomensHistoryMonth
While on Expedition NASFA, @ocearch's 34th expedition, over 30 JU students got the chance to aid in tagging and sampling sharks, as well analyzing blood samples with the scientists. One of the sharks that was tagged was named Miss May, after the future home of OCEARCH at JU - Mayport, FL. @msri_ju
#Repost @jubusiness. ・・・ “Tasha-san reporting live from Nishitokyo! Truth be told, with a two-month spring break, I worried that I would run out of things to do. I can tell you now that my worry was in vain.” Natasha is a JU business student spending her Junior year at Waseda University. Read about Natasha’s Spring Break in #Tokyo, Japan in her latest blog (link in our bio). @waseda_university #JUDavis #JUBusinessAbroad #JUAbroad #SpringBreak #CollegeAbroad #Travel #TravelGram #TravelBlogger
#Repost from @saa_ju This year, Rebecca Barry, Lucas Meers, Sara Lee, and Jerail Fennell, dropped by the Alumni Career Couch to speak to students about what life is like after graduating college.
Jacksonville University recently hosted its second annual Human Performance Conference, bringing leaders from the fields of Strength and Conditioning, Sports Medicine, and Sports Nutrition to our campus. The event offers an incredible learning opportunity for JU students, as well as for scientists, strength and conditioning coaches, personal trainers, and dieticians.