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“My Bad” Emails, Think Before You Click

“My Bad” Emails, Think Before You Click

“My Bad” Emails, Think Before You Click

This blog stems from the result of the events from an incident in DCPS
concerning the questionable use of email. Teachers, administrators and
support personnel of any school, should understand that the resources
provided are NOT intended for personal use, but the use for educational
 purposes in communication and transferring of data.

Vikings On Your Mark, Get Ready, Set, Go!

Vikings On Your Mark, Get Ready, Set, Go!

Vikings On Your Mark, Get Ready, Set, Go!
 
 
This week the 11th thru the 17th of March 2012 Moments
will take place in our continuing William M. Raines American
Track & Field History! Because, this Friday & Saturday
culminates the 48th Annual Running of The BOB HAYES
INVITATIONAL TRACK AND FIELD MEET held within our
Earl Kitchings Sr. Stadium on our freshly bestowed
Jimmie Johnson Parkway.

Social Media Business Tools for EWC Students

Social Media Business Tools for EWC Students

Social Media Business Tools for EWC Students


Part One LinkedIn and Edward Waters College Students

JU Economist: Recovery Well Underway

(Jacksonville—March 9, 2012) –Dr. Hassan Pordeli, the Hugh Culverhouse Professor of Economics at Jacksonville University, said Thursday he is “personally very optimistic (the economy) will get back to normal” in the next two to three years and full employment (approximately 5-6 percent unemployment rate) is likely in the next two years, according to a news release from Retirement Strategies Inc.

JU counselors assist staff and students after Episcopal High School shooting

Kristin Alberts picked up her phone and typed out a text to her friend at Episcopal High School Tuesday after hearing about the shooting tragedy at the school.

“Can we help?” the director of Jacksonville University’s Student Counseling Center wrote her friend, a neighbor who works in career counseling at Episcopal.

Yes, came the reply.

Jacksonville University Dance to perform in the Caribbean

Jacksonville University Dance to perform in the Caribbean

Jacksonville University Dance of Florida will perform an evening of modern dance choreography at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 23, at the Teatro Luna Blou theater in Willemstad, Curacao.

The dancers will be in Curacao for one week teaching and taking classes with local dancers and performing as part of a College Study Abroad program led by JU professor Cari Coble.

Two JU student teams’ films picked to show at Cannes marketplace

Two JU student teams’ films picked to show at Cannes marketplace

One Jacksonville University film team used humor to broach the topic of sex, while the other got deadly serious about the subject of fire. Both wound up getting invited to show their student short subjects during the upcoming Cannes Film Festival.