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May 21, 2018
UNF: ‘Pioneer’ female engineering students design water system for Guatemalan village
The Florida Times-Union speaks to UNF’s first all-female senior civil engineering team who designed a new water distribution system for a Guatemalan village as their capstone project.
May 19, 2018
Royal wedding breaks tradition on more than one front
As the world tuned in to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle unite, UNF experts shared insight into this unconventional royal wedding. Professor of History Emerita Dr. Elizabeth Furdell, who taught British and European history at UNF for 27 years before retiring in 2010, as well as Dr. Al Dorsey, visiting assistant professor and expert in African-American history, spoke with News4Jax.
May 18, 2018
Inclusion and equality: Mainstreaming special ed in the classroom
Dr. Deborah Reed, UNF Exceptional Deaf and Interpreter Education instructor, speaks to EduTalk radio about inclusion in special education and teacher preparation in a clinical setting.
May 18, 2018
Who is UNF's new president?
Dr. David Szymanski will soon be the University's sixth president as John Delaney retires from the UNF Presidency May 31. The Spinnaker shares more personal insight into our new leader.
May 18, 2018
OneJax seeking teens for ‘transformative’ Metrotown Institute
OneJax, an institute of UNF, is now accepting applications from teens entering grades nine through 12 to participate in its Metrotown Institute, a four-day program that promotes cultural respect and understanding.