- NASA launches ‘space archaeology’ project in Greater Chaco area: Dr. John Kantner, associate vice president for research, spent the better part of his career as an archeologist trying to unlock the mysteries of the ancient Chaco Canyon civilization. He spoke to the Durango Herald about researchers' aim to uncover buried ruins in danger outside Chaco.
- Duval County's parents want more recess for elementary students every day: Dr. Jennifer Kane, associate dean for the College of Education and Human Services, told The Florida Times-Union that there's a strong correlation between physical activity and academic achievement.
- Presidential campaign trail: Dr. Nicholas Seabrook, associate professor of political science, shared the latest about the presidential campaign and upcoming debates with "The Chat."
- New MOCA exhibit shows many photographers prefer older techniques: Dr. Paul Karabinis, professor of photography and art history, spoke to the Times-Union about "Retrospective: Analog Photography in a Digital World," a new exhibit at MOCA Jacksonville, a cultural institute of UNF.
- Florida health care system ranks 38 in nation: Dr. Jeff Harrison, chair of the Department of Public Health, told WJCT that the ranking has more to do with state policy than it does with the quality of doctors.
- Instructor revisits Vietnam in 'Ho Bo Woods': Wayne Coleman, economics instructor, has published a new book, "The Ho Bo Woods...A Very Dangerous Place Indeed," a novel of tribute to those who fought and died in Vietnam. Read more from the Times-Union.
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