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JSU Mountain Center to Host Cleburne County Pottery Show on Sept. 23

Pottery from throughout the South to be on display at the fourth annual Cleburne County Pottery Show on Sept. 23 at JSU’s Cleburne County Mountain Center.

 
Attorney General to Discuss Opioid Crisis on Sept. 26

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall will take part in a town hall meeting at Jacksonville State University on Sept. 26, 6-8 p.m., on the 11th floor of the Houston Cole Library.
 
Tropical Storm Warning Remains in Effect

The JSU campus remains under a Tropical Storm Warning this evening.
 
Tropical Storm Irma Update

Campus braces for tropical storm conditions.
 
JSU Prepares for Hurricane Irma

JSU will be closed on Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 11-12, as East Alabama has been placed under a tropical storm warning.
 
Student Honor Society Wins National Award

JSU's chapter of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars recently earned the Bronze Star Status Award for their outstanding achievements in scholarship, leadership and service.
 
University Monitors Hurricane Irma

JSU keeps an eye on the tropical forecast as Irma bears down on Florida.
 
Jazz Greats to Perform on Sept. 14

Three jazz greats will perform on campus on Sept. 14, 7:30 p.m., in Mason Hall performance center.
 
Faculty Awarded State and Federal Research Grants

Several Jacksonville State faculty have been awarded research grants recently from state and federal agencies.
 
Don't Be Alarmed by ROTC Training on Sept. 7

The cadets in JSU's ROTC program will be using rubber M-16s on campus as part of training exercises on Sept. 7.
 
Argentine Pianist Julio Caesar Barreto to Perform on Sept. 8

Pianist Julio Caesar Barreto from Argentina will perform on Sept. 8, 7:30 p.m., in the Mason Hall Performance Center. Admission is free and open to the public.
 
Prospective Students Invited to Fall Preview Day

Potential students and their families are invited to Fall Preview Day 2017 on Oct. 14.
 
Campus to Close for Labor Day on Sept. 4

Jacksonville State University will be closed Monday, Sept. 4, in observance of Labor Day.
 
First Students Enroll in JSU's Second Doctoral Program

The first class of students have enrolled in JSU's new Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program in the Department of Nursing.
 
Civic Chorale Opens Fall Season

The Calhoun County Civic Chorale kicked off its fall season on Aug. 28 and is looking for new members.
 
Country Rocks the Canyon Center

Aberdeen Green and American Hope will perform at Country Rocks at the Canyon Center on Sept. 2.
 
School of Science to Host Solar Eclipse Viewing Party

The JSU School of Science will host an eclipse viewing party on Aug. 21, 12:30-3:30 p.m., on the front lawn of the Theron Montgomery Building.
 
Welcome Week 2017

JSU Student Affairs has put together an exciting lineup of activities and special events to welcome students back to campus in style!
 
Power Out on Friday, Aug. 18

Power will be out on campus on the afternoon of Friday, Aug. 18, for a couple of hours for repairs.
 
JSU Opens State-of-the-Art Finance Lab

The School of Business and Industry has officially opened the newly renovated Finance Trade Lab, allowing students to have a hands-on approach to the world market like never before.
 
Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Teresa Reed

Dr. Teresa Reed has a unique ability to make the reading selections in her English courses relate to real life.
 
Phantom to Take Center Stage at OPAC on June 9-18

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s masterpiece, “The Phantom of the Opera,” will be presented by the Jacksonville Opera Theatre at the Oxford Performing Arts Center on June 9-18.
 
Veteran Services Office Temporarily Relocated

The Office of Veteran Services has moved temporarily to Bibb Graves Hall, Room 102, due to current renovations to its home in Daugette Hall.
 
Spirit on Mountain Street and Riley Green Concert Set for August 24

JSU will present the 12th annual Spirit on Mountain Street festival and a Riley Green concert on August 24 as part of Welcome Week.
 
Child Study Center Still Enrolling for 2017-18

The JSU Harper Child Study Center is currently accepting applications for three-and four-year-olds for the 2017-18 year. This is a half-day preschool program.
 
Candidates for Dean of Arts and Humanities to Visit Campus

Candidates for Dean of the JSU School of Arts and Humanities are visiting campus in August.
 
Kinesiology Professor Receives Prestigious National Award

Jacksonville State University’s Dr. Jeff Chandler received a 2017 career award from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) award.
 
English Professor Closes Chapter on 44-Year Career

Stacks of boxes filled with decades of research, lecture notes and well-loved copies of literary favorites line the wall. Commencement invitations from previous students sit displayed among photos of days gone by. It is an office between occupants that barely begins to tell the impact of its owner. After 44 years of teaching, Jacksonville State University English professor Dr. Steven J. Whitton has announced his retirement.
 
Candidates for Dean of the School of Education to Visit Campus

Two candidates for Dean of the School of Education are visiting campus on Aug. 15-16.
 
Nursing Students Achieve Top Scores on Licensing Exam

JSU nursing students beat out AU and UA while besting the state and national averages on the NCLEX licensing exam.
 
JSU Signs Transfer Agreements with Alabama Community Colleges

JSU's new Transfer Pathway Program is partnering with community colleges to support students' pursuit of a four-year degree.
 
Board of Trustees Meeting Recap

A rundown on the biggest news coming out of the July 24-25 meeting of the JSU Board of Trustees.
 
Power Outage at Daugette Hall as Renovation Nears Completion

There will be a power outage at Daugette Hall on July 28-29 for electrical work at the historic building currently under renovation.
 
JSU Announces Two New Degree Programs

Jacksonville State University is pleased to announce the addition of two new degrees: a Bachelor of Science in Forensic Investigation and Master of Science in Nursing. The programs were recently approved by the Alabama Commission on Higher Education.
 
The Curious Incident at JSU

Still on the hunt for a great read as summer is drawing to a close? Join the “curious incident” sweeping JSU’s campus as students, faculty and staff dig into the common reading selection, “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” by Mark Haddon.
 
Gamecock Football to Open Season on ESPN

The Gamecocks' opener against rival Chattanooga will be played in the renovated Cramton Bowl in Montgomery on Aug. 26 and will be televised on ESPN as the network's inaugural Montgomery Kickoff Classic.
 
JSU to Recognize ADA Day

On July 26 each year, the Americans with Disabilities Act is celebrated throughout the country as ADA Day. However, 365 days of the year, Jacksonville State University works to provide students with disabilities the support they need to pave the road to success.
 
Board of Trustees to Meet July 24-25

The JSU Board of Trustees will be on campus July 24-25 for its summer meeting.
 
Gamecocks Give Back(packs)

JSU students are hosting a school supply drive to make going back to school less stressful for area children in need.
 
Student Bus Tickets for Kickoff Football Game On Sale July 10-Aug. 1

The JSU SGA will be providing bus transportation for students to the JSU vs. Chattanooga kickoff game on August 26. Students interested in riding a bus to Montgomery can purchase a $40 bus ticket in the Dean of Students' Office.
 
Road Closure on July 10

Trustee Circle will be closed in front of Sparkman Hall on Monday morning, July 10.
 
Phone Service Interruptions Scheduled On July 14

Some phone service will be interrupted Friday morning, July 14, at 7 a.m., due to a security software upgrade. This will be of short duration and is necessary to keep our system current.
 
JSU Hosts First STEAM Camp

Beginning in middle school, there is a significant drop-off of student interest in science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM) topics, particularly from girls. In a collaborative effort to combat this drop in interest, this summer, Jacksonville State University and the Anniston Community Education Foundation teamed up to host a pilot camp program.
 
President Beehler Receives National HR Award

President John M. Beehler has been awarded the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources 2017 Chief Executive HR Champion Award.
 
JSU and ACCS Announce New Agreement to Benefit Nursing Instructors

The Jacksonville State University Department of Nursing is happy to announce a new agreement with the Alabama Community College System to provide JSU’s Post-Graduate Nurse Educator Certificate Program to ACCS nurse educators across the state.
 
Cyber Security Workshop Gains National Attention

Over June 22-23, Jacksonville State University hosted the Industrial Control Systems Security Faculty Development Workshop, which attracted cyber security faculty members from nine states across the nation.
 
JSU Forensics Team Uncovers Emmy

The JSU Center for Applied Forensics played a key role in helping Vinnie Politan and WXIA Atlanta 11Alive News win a regional Emmy for their four-week coverage of the Justin Ross Harris trial.
 
Comm Professor Honored for Lifetime Achievement in Aviation Reporting

Recently retired JSU assistant professor Jerome Greer Chandler was one of three recipients of a lifetime achievement award at Aerospace Media Awards 2017 in Paris on June 18.
 
Spaces Still Available at GenCyber Camp

Spaces are still available at JSU's second annual GenCyber Camp to be held July 10-14 in Ayers Hall. The week-long camp will provide cyber security training for 25 high school and middle school teachers in the fields of math, computer science, technology and social studies.
 
Beatles Tribute Band to Rock Campus on June 23

The Beatlads have traveled “Across the Universe,” from the “Octopus’s Garden” and “Penny Lane,” to “Come Together” at JSU on Friday, June 23, for their fourth annual summer concert on campus presented by the Offices of Counseling and Disability Support Services.
 

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