- To regionalize or not to regionalize: Dr. Georgette Dumont, assistant professor of public administration, discussed Jacksonville's consolidation with Connecticut NPR's "Where We Live."
- Hurricane Matthew tests Jacksonville and its mayor: Dr. Nathan Kunz, assistant professor of operations management, told The Florida Times-Union that the mayor gave people enough time to react, and the decision to evacuate was a good one.
- Body language played role in debate: Dr. Christa Arnold, associate professor of communication, shared insight into Donald Trump's and Hillary Clinton's body language during the final presidential debate on First Coast News.
- Presidential debate insight and voting: Dr. Josh Gellers, assistant professor of political science, provided expert insight on the final presidential debate on "The Chat" and on millennial voters on WJXT.
- Elementary students show palate bravery in food-fear study: Dr. Corrine Labyak, assistant professor of nutrition, and Dr. Leslie Kaplan, associate director of the Hicks Honor College, are conducting a study on the fear of trying new food in local elementary schools to help combat childhood obesity. Read more from the Times-Union and WJXT.
- Blind professor discusses service dog etiquette: Emily Michael, writing professor, has been blind her whole life and for the past couple years she’s been guided by a black Labrador retriever. She discussed service dog etiquette on WJCT.
- Fanatics signs deal for major league uniforms: Dr. Kristi Sweeney, assistant professor of sport management, told the Times-Union that the accord with Major League Baseball is the first of its kind.
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