Jacksonville, Fla. -- Just in time for Earth Day, Jacksonville now has its first “green” college degree.
Jacksonville University has approved one of the few comprehensive Sustainability majors in the Southeast, part of a small but growing number of programs nationwide that encourage students to see how their personal choices can affect larger societal issues to help the environment and economy both thrive.
Entrepreneurialism; Social Media and Blogging by William Jackson, M.Edu. williamdjackson.com/
The ability to communicate as entrepreneurials is important because many variables come into play during the business day. Sharing information is now vital, understanding business resources and interpretation of data from various resources.
By William Jackson, M.Edu. Edward Waters College ImpactJAX (myjaxchamber.com) hosted the Honorable Mayor Alvin Brown in a discussion centering on the direction of Jacksonville in the current economic climate and future entrepreneurial endeavors/business growth.
Two things happen when students finish their presentations at the annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research, which this year is being held from March 29-31 at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah.
The Finders Keepers Children's Consignment Sale returns for its Spring show March 29-31, 2012. The sale offers First Coast families and shoppers the opportunity to purchase new or excellent condition items for a fraction of the cost they would pay new.
Jacksonville, Fla. – A new state-of-the-art simulator coming to Jacksonville University this summer will give students their first realistic, fully operational training in flying passenger jets, improving their career chances and helping them reach FAA compliance sooner.