Jillian Smith, associate professor of English and Film at the University. First Coast News highlights these documentary films.
Michael Wiley writes hard-boiled detective novels set in Jacksonville and uses locations around the city as backdrops to his stories. The Florida Times-Union shares more about his novels. UNF cellist participates in prestigious international music seminar April 29, UNF junior Hannah Shute receives high honors as part of 10 chosen from around the world to participate in the Sitka International Cello Seminar in Alaska this summer.
UNF graduates honored for exceptional service April 29, Two UNF students with outstanding records of volunteerism and caring spirits were honored during spring commencement when over 1, degrees were awarded during a ceremony at the Arena. UNF psychology professor provides insight into online relationships April 29, UNF psychology instructor John Oliver explains the dangers young women face in online relationships with First Coast News.
UNF cellist receives high honors as part of 10 chosen around the world April 26, For UNF junior Hannah Shute, she thought she was going to UNF for soccer, which she did until she decided her passion was in another field--music.
The person who performs your ceremony must be authorized to solemnize marriages in California and must complete and sign your marriage license after the ceremony. UNF center a 'front door' for entrepreneurs and innovation May 20, Having an idea is great, but without the proper guidance and enough money, it can be impossible to turn an idea into a viable business. Provide education, prevention, and development of the Latino Community in Lake County. UNF nutrition and dietetics professor discusses super fruits June 27, Janine Dray, nutrition and dietetics instructor, stops by "First Coast Living" to discuss super fruits. UNF criminology professor shares insight on high murder rate March 19, Dr. Failure to take care of self They neglect personal appearance, hygiene, don't change clothes for extended periods of time, don't eat or eat poorly.
And now, she's being rewarded and honored for her skills as a cellist in the School of Music. UNF achieves campus-wide initiative supporting health and wellness April 25, UNF, in collaboration with Partnership for a Healthier America, recently completed its three-year commitment to expanding healthier options across the campus community. This is the 11th year the University has received this recognition. She speaks to The Florida Times-Union about her research. UNF shark expert warns swimmers of shark behavior April 23, Dr.
UNF Police Department teaches students how to perform basic car maintenance April 19, The Spinnaker attends the workshop hosted by UPD to help students with simple vehicle maintenance. Flagler schools, UNF dual enrollment pact to benefit future teachers April 19, UNF is teaming up with Flagler schools to educate and assist students who are interested in entering the field of education after graduation.
UNF is one of the safest college campuses in nation April 19, The University of North Florida ranked as one of the safest college campuses in the nation, according to a study from the National Council for Home Safety and Security. He will begin the position Monday, June Now her memoir, Cindergirl, is being turned into a major motion picture. Action News covered the exercise. Finance instructor shares how Fortune companies avoid paying taxes April 15, Jeffrey Gottlieb, UNF accounting and finance instructor, tells Fortune that by shifting income geographically and choosing to house it in low-tax areas, a multinational company can minimize the U.
Water-propelled rockets, robots introduce girls to engineering at UNF April 15, The future of engineering took flight Saturday via homemade water-propelled rockets and tiny, programmed robots navigating a track as about girls from throughout Jacksonville participated in Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day, sponsored by UNF's Center for the Advancement of Women in Engineering. Political science professor shares insight on current legislative session April 15, Dr.
UNF shark expert shares opinion on shark found in local shores April 11, Dr. Jim Gelsleichter, UNF shark expert, says local fisherman didn't break laws by handling a shark found on local shores. She faced abuse and homelessness but didn't let it stop her from achieving success as an author, national speaker and Miss California. She shares her inspirational journey with First Coast News. Taking chances April 5, Dr. Never forget your passwords again with these genius tips April 5, Dr.
Tracy Alloway, psychology associate professor, discusses memory tips with Thrive Global. Professor discusses history of opioids in America April 4, Dr. Tax law changes April 3, Jeffrey Gottlieb, UNF accounting and finance instructor, discusses tax law changes that were made for the tax year, on Economics professor shares expertise on impact of downtown two-way streets April 2, Dr. Brandon Minster, UNF visiting assistant professor of economics, tells Action News Jax that putting two-way streets downtown could have a positive economic impact.
Kristi Sweeney's Sport Management Fundraising class are helping to raise money for kids with muscular dystrophy.
An active member of the U. Army, she credits the ROTC program for giving her the determination to overcome her rocky upbringing and succeed in the military. Nutrition professor provides hydration tips March 28, Dr. Psychology professor shares insight into American students' mental health March 26, Dr. Angela Mann, UNF assistant professor of psychology, shares her opinion about how the fundamental job of school psychologists is to identify and treat issues such as depression and suicidal thoughts among school students. Music professor promotes new jazz album March 26, Dr. UNF professor shares historical insight into opiate addiction March 25, Dr.
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He is only the second person to receive the award. Simon Rhodes was named provost and vice president of academic affairs at UNF as of June 30, becoming the University's chief academic officer.
UNF holds panel for women in the military March 14, As part of UNF's Women Veterans Recognition Week, the University hosted a panel of local women veterans and active-duty soldiers to discuss their military service and how military gender demographics have shifted in the past 40 years.
UNF enrollment official ensures fairness in admission process March 14, In light of the national college admissions scandal, Karen Lucas, UNF interim associate vice president of enrollment services, tells Action News that each application goes under a series of rigorous reviews. UNF psychology professor provides insight on lying March 13, Dr.
Tracy Alloway, UNF associate professor of psychology, discusses what happens in the brain when people tell a tall tale on "River City Live.
Albert Loh, a UNF economics professor who oversees the University's Local Economic Indicators Project, tells the Jacksonville Daily Record that the unemployment numbers would have been better if the partial government shutdown hadn't taken place. Over RN programs in the state were reviewed for this ranking. UNF deaf education students participate in science festival March 8, UNF's deaf education students and faculty attended the Jacksonville Science Festival, where they got real-life practice working with hearing-impaired children.
UNF researcher uncovers surprising meat in Neanderthal's paleo diet March 8, Jacqueline Meier, UNF anthropology instructor, uncovers new archaeological evidence that rabbit remains show Neanderthals could adapt to hunting small, fast prey.
He will officially begin the position June 30 and will become the University's chief academic officer. Nutrition instructor debunks myths about carrots March 7, Melissa Baron, UNF nutrition instructor, discusses myths and facts about carrots in The Florida Times-Union's "Goods" column, a monthly column that showcases the expertise of faculty in the Nutrition and Dietetics Flagship Program.
Professor says snacking can be good for you, if you make healthy choices March 5, Dr. UNF professor discusses anticipated low voter turnout March 5, Dr. Michael Binder, UNF associate professor of political science, tells Action News that the upcoming March 19 election could have low voter turnout due to the fact that it's an off-year election. Alexandra Schonning, mechanical engineering professor, and two female engineering students visited Ch. UNF poll: Most approve of Gov. DeSantis' job performance March 4, Dr. Professor discusses psychological impact of sports stress on kids February 28, Dr.
Same-sex marriage is legal in the U.S. state of California. The state first issued marriage licenses to same-sex couples June 16, as a result of the Supreme . The news spread across California through a flurry of tweets, texts, likes, links and media alerts: Same-sex marriage is now the law of the land.
UNF professor shares nutritional value of ancient grains February 28, Dr. UNF media law professor weighs in on political ad ethics complaint February 26, Dr. First-Generation student runs the Inauguration February 25, The Spinnaker sat down to get to know Briana Quay, senior communication student and the master of ceremonies at President Szymanski's inauguration.
David M. Szymanski tells The Florida Times-Union that his tenure was about getting the Jacksonville college into the top tier of higher education. UNF professor shares race relations expertise February 22, Dr. Szymanski will be inaugurated as UNF's sixth president president today. Michael Binder, UNF associate professor of political science and faculty director of the Public Opinion Research Lab, talks to The Florida Times-Union about the new poll he conducted that shows Republican incumbent Lenny Curry is in the lead for the upcoming mayoral election.
Accounting instructor provides tax advice February 21, Jeffrey Gottlieb, UNF accounting instructor, shares advice on selecting a professional in preparing your tax return on Action News Jax. Michael Binder, UNF associate professor of political science, discusses a new poll he conducted that shows Republican incumbent Lenny Curry has a solid lead over three challengers in the upcoming mayoral election on WJXT Ch.
Marketing professor discusses convenience apps February 19, Dr. Courtney Nations, UNF assistant professor of marketing, discusses why convenience store apps and services, like grocery delivery, are growing in popularity with First Coast News. David Szymanski will be inaugurated as UNF's sixth president. The formal ceremony includes the installation of President Szymanski, investing him with the powers and responsibilities of the presidency.
Political science faculty speaks on President Trump's address February 12, Dr. Michael Binder, associate professor of political science, discusses the State of the Union address with Action News Jax. UNF faculty honored as emerging scholar February 12, Dr. Hanadi Hamadi, associate professor of health administration, is honored as a Emerging Scholar by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.