- Race Talk - Activating the power of self-definition: Dr. JeffriAnne Wilder, associate professor of sociology, discussed racism, sexism and other interlocking oppressions that can create an "outsider-within" status for many black women in higher education during TEDx Jacksonville.
- Katrina Billings doesn’t let sight, hearing losses hold her back: Student Joy Kader wrote about Jacksonville native Katrina Billings, who was born cognitively impaired with cataracts in both eyes that have led to total blindness, for The Florida Times-Union's annual Hope Fund series.
- For kids with disabilities, 'adaptive toys' can be life changers: Nine Jacksonville children with disabilities will receive vehicles and toys modified just for them by engineering and physical therapy students. Learn more from WJCT.
- Buyers beware when doing holiday shopping online: Dr. Sandeep Reddivari, assistant professor of computing, talked to Action News about increased risk for fraud and stolen information while doing holiday shopping online.
- Healthy party snack ideas: Dr. Andrea Arikawa, assistant professor of nutrition professor, provided healthy snack alternatives to share during holiday parties on "First Coast Living."
- Jags owner has built value over five years with a focus on fans: Dr. Kristi Sweeney, assistant professor of sport managements, told the Times-Union that the Jaguars are success from a purely business standpoint.
- Child's play and coping with holiday stress: Dr. Tracy Alloway, associate professor of psychology, discussed unstructured play for children and coping with stress during the holiday season on "The Chat."
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