Events

Power Move Monday Networking

Power Move Monday Networking

What is your Power Move for Networking??

"The battle, sir, is not to the strong alone; it is to the vigilant, the active, the brave." Patrick Henry

Since its inception, Power Move Monday has fashioned an energy that transcends the social aspects of networking and evolved into an intellectual, social and business networking environment that makes available the potential to allow entrepreneurials, business owners, and progressive thinkers (males and females) to be involved in the progressive growth of Jacksonville, Florida.

Power of Blerds and Technology

Power of Blerds and Technology

The significance of technology for Blacks is seen in many aspects of society. Education, business, commerce, science, medical fields and even global marketing rely on the creating and sharing of digital content. Writing is important because of the ability to share information that engages, inspires and motivates, Blacks and the ability to write is important when competing in any aspect of business, education, medical field and science.

Going Red: JU rowing team to host 24-hour American Heart Association marathon Feb. 1

Going Red: JU rowing team to host 24-hour American Heart Association marathon Feb. 1

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Jacksonville University will have a distinctive role in the community-wide American Heart Association “National Wear Red Day” events on Friday, Feb. 1: The Negaard Rowing Center is hosting a 24-hour rowing marathon.

Social Media Training for Zeta Phi Beta Debutantes

Social Media Training for Zeta Phi Beta Debutantes

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated Debutantes participated in a Social Media and Internet  Safety workshop provided by William Jackson of My Quest To Teach. Young ladies in high school grades 9-12 are introduced to the college experience through various workshops during the year provided by Beta Alpha Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated.

MLK Breakfast and Black History Month

MLK Breakfast and Black History Month

Celebrating the birth and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the annual breakfast in Jacksonville, Florida is an honor. The opportunity for all faiths, cultures, generations, genders to engage in discussion, dialogue and sharing in unity the ideologies of men and women that worked tirelessly with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 

The Silent Power of Blogging

The Silent Power of Blogging

“The Silent Power of Blogging” is displayed in the applied knowledge and skill of Bloggers; the creation of digital content that engages readers to think and process dynamic and engaging digital information. Blogging is not limited to any gender, age nor culture. Centuries ago men and women made writing tools from fruits/berries, charcoal /chalk and then pen/pencil. Tools of the past applied to walls in caves, parchment early paper, then paper to share thoughts, feelings, historical events and personal stories; now in the 21st century digital tools with the infusion of technology.

JU students take fifth in district in grueling computer programming event

JU students take fifth in district in grueling computer programming event

Ten problems. Five hours to solve them. Three guys. One computer.

Two balloons.

Jacksonville University computing science seniors Andrew Duane and James Laroche and sophomore Christian Wilde recently went up against 105 other teams from 80 Southeast schools in the annual Association of Computing Machinery programming competition.