- UNF in the national spotlight: President John Delaney discussed many national accolades the University has recently received and the recent freshman class being the smartest in the school's history on WJXT.
- Trump's Cuban conundrum: Dr. Matthew Corrigan, chair of the Department of Political Science and Public Administration, told The Progressive that he calculates the Democratic share of presidential votes in Miami-Dade County increased to 200,000 votes between 2008 and 2012.
- UNF simulation is a glimpse of refugees' plight: Freshmen in the Hicks Honors College took part in a refugee simulation, which places students in the position of refugees, homeless and poor people by showing them the difficulties of finding work, transportation, schools for their children and other life challenges. Read more from The Florida Times-Union and WJCT.
- Duval County teacher shortage: Dr. Paul Parkinson, chair of the Department of Childhood Education, Literacy and TESOL, discussed the local teacher shortage with First Coast News.
- Can mediation mend relationships on Duval's school board?: Adrienne Learner, director of the Pre-Law Program, told the Times-Union it's not uncommon for boards and their executives to need mediation.
- Professors sounded alarm on unethical bank practices two years ago: Dr. Paul Fadil, chair of the Department of Management, discussed the pressure bank employees are under to increase sales with Action News and "First Coast Connect."
- Equality in Jacksonville and beyond: Kaitlin Legg, director of the LGBT Resource Center, and Kasey Suffredini, chief program officer and director of the Transgender Freedom Project at Freedom for All Americans, discussed a variety of equality topics on "The Chat."
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