Calhoun County Civic Chorale Presents 'Make a Joyful Noise: A Celebration of Psalms'
The April 15 concert program consists of psalm settings from throughout musical history, from the Renaissance through the 21st Century
Kaleidoscope 2012 Continues in April
Here are some upcoming events that lovers of music, art and drama should not miss.
UPD Phone Service Restored
The temporary phone outage at UPD has been corrected.
Robert Delcamp to Give Organ Recital at The Church of St. Michael and all Angels
The April 29 recital is an official inaugural celebration of the new antiphonal organ pipes that were installed at the church this past year.
Jeffrey Parker to Speak at Association of Health Care Journalists National Convention
The executive in residence in the JSU College of Commerce and Business Administration joins former President Jimmy Carter, First Lady Rosalynn Carter in speakers lineup.
Occupy the OccuPast: Echoes of Dissidence in the Underground Newspaper Collections
This special presentation on April 5 discusses parallels between today's protest movement with issues voiced in 1960s counterculture newspapers.
Rosalynn Martin to Attend Women and Power at Harvard
Women and Power focuses on helping women in senior positions develop effective leadership strategies, with an emphasis on creating successful alliances and enduring partnerships.
Instructions for Student Voting- April 5 SGA Spring General Elections
Following are instructions for online, student-only voting in the SGA Spring General Elections, which will take place on Thursday, April 5, with a possible run-off on April 10.
Sexual Assault in America Topic of April 6 WLJS Late Night Talk Show
The show will feature information on raising public awareness on sexual violence as well as education in sexual assault prevention.
City of Jacksonville to Launch Monthly Musical Lunch Hour on Square on April 19
The JHS Jazz Ensemble will help kick off a new city program that aims to get Jacksonville citizens together over lunch once a month.
Delta Chi Easter Egg Hunt
The Delta Chi fraternity at JSU will sponsor its annual JSU Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 7 at 11 a.m. on the Quad.
Senior Art Show "I Am Ready" Opens April 12
This show features the work of 13 graduating seniors in varying mediums.
Film Screening of "Coming Off the DL" on Sunday, April 15
The community is invited to view the documentary short and participate in a Q&A about students who are changing the way people see ability.
J-Day Game Set for Friday, April 13
Rick and Greg Burgess are honorary coaches for the annual J-Day Game.
New Slate of SGA Officers After April 5 Student Voting
The JSU Student Government Association Officers and campus personalities for 2012-2013 were selected by the student body during April 5 online voting.
April 10 JSU Ethics Club Meeting: "National Health Care: Boon or Boondoggle?"
Is universal health care a right that should be funded by taxation, or does taxation to provide health care infringe on individual liberty unacceptably? Join in the discussion.
Phi Mu Sponsors April 21 5K Run for Children's Miracle Network
The run will be on Saturday, April 21 at 8 a.m.. The route will be from the Ladiga Trail to Germania Springs and back.
JSU Drama to Present "The Syringa Tree" April 12-15
The Syringa Tree is a personal, deeply evocative story of an abiding love between two families, one black, one white, and the two children that are born into their shared household in the early 1960's South Africa.
April 10 Banner Training- Meal Policy Revisions
The Office of Controller and Office of Purchasing will hold the April Banner Finance Training, Tuesday, April 10, 2012 from 2:30 - 4 p.m. in the Instructional Lab located in the basement of the Library.
April Hikes- "From the Deepest Canyon to the Highest Mountain in Alabama!"
Get out and enjoy spring with these great April hikes.
Late Night With Ed Moore III Plans Second Season Reunion Show
The show will consist of reunions with guests from season two as they and Ed reminisce on the season in its entirety.
April 13 Earth Day Celebration
JSU's Earth Club and Biology department will sponsor a day-long Earth Day celebration on April 13.
Honors Recital Will Be April 14
This concert features outstanding student performers from the David L. Walters Department of Music.
Emergency Management Assistant Professor Wins Collins Award
Stacey Mann, an assistant professor in the Department of Emergency Management, was recently named the recipient of the Southeastern Conference for Public Administration’s (SECoPA) Morris W. H. “Bill” Collins Award.
Take Back the Night Rally, Free Movie Screenings Highlight Sexual Assault Awareness Month
To address the issues of sexual violence, JSU Counseling Services, The W.I.S.E Group, and the Kappa Beta Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. at Jacksonville State University have organized their first Take Back the Night Rally to be held Thursday, April 12.
Apply for Federal Co-Op Opportunities, April 9-13, 2011
This job opportunity will be open for five days only, April 9-13, 2012.
JSU Gospel Choir to Present Spring Concert on April 15
The JSU Gospel Choir under the direction of Dr. Myrtice Collins will present its Spring Concert on Sunday, April 15.
Saturday, April 14 is "Take Pride in Jacksonville Day"
Spruce up Jacksonville by collecting litter on our main streets and spring cleaning your neighborhood during "Take Pride in Jacksonville Day."
Battelle Donates $5,000 to JSU Technology and Engineering
Steve Downing, Monitoring Branch Chief of the Anniston Chemical Agent Disposal Facility (ANCDF) for Battelle Corporation, second from right, presents a $5,000 check to JSU President Dr. William A. Meehan.
Chief Ladiga Trail Committee Seeks Campus Input
If you have an opinion about pedestrian issues like walking and riding a bike in town or here on campus, you may be interested in completing this survey.
Southeastern Steel Band Carnival Set for Saturday at Monteith Amphitheatre
Eight Steel Drum bands from Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi will provide the bright, happy sounds of the tropics at this all-day event.
Dr. Jeremy Benson to Perform Concert on April 19
Dr. Jeremy Benson of the David L. Walters Department of Music will present a concert with New York City cellist Daeil Yang, JSU Music Faculty Pianist Dr. Gail Steward, and Pianist Christopher-Joel Carter.
Zumba at the International House on April 18
Zumba allows you to ditch the workout and join the party!
Go Vegan for April 18 Wellness Wednesday
The theme for this luncheon is a vegetarian/vegan diet that also emphasizes adding foods to your menu that are seasonal and grown locally.
Alumni Chapter Hosting Annual Shrimp Boil on April 19
The Calhoun County Alumni Chapter will sponsor its annual shrimp boil on Thursday, April 19 at 6 p.m. in the Alumni Pavilion at the JSU Alumni House.
JSU Board of Trustees to Meet April 16
The Jacksonville State University Board of Trustees will hold their quarterly meeting on Monday, April 16, 2012 at 10 a.m. on the eleventh floor of the Houston Cole Library.
JSU Email to Undergo Software Upgrade This Evening
The Division of Information Technology will be implementing a software upgrade to the Zimbra email system this evening.
April 11 Wellness Wednesday Rescheduled for April 18
The April 11 Wellness Wednesday lunch originally scheduled for April 11 will now be on April 18.
Nationally Recognized Wilderness First Aid Training Offered on Campus May 9-10
This two day training prepares leaders with the skills to manage accidents and illnesses in the back country when definitive medical treatment is more than one hour away.
Public Relations Organization Hosts Car Wash April 18
JSU's Public Relations Organization will hold its final Spring event on April 18 when it will host a car wash at Advance Auto Parts in Jacksonville. Proceeds go to the PRO for incoming members.
Upcoming Free Counseling for Prospective, Existing Small Business Owners
The Jacksonville State University Small Business Development Center, the SBA, and area Chambers of Commerce will offer one-on-one counseling for prospective and existing small business owners at no charge.
JSU Student Hali Boyles Receives Beta Gamma Sigma Scholarship
To receive a Beta Gamma Sigma Scholarship indicates that a student has earned the right to be considered the absolute best at one of the world’s finest business schools.
Beta Gamma Sigma Inducts New Members
The Jacksonville State University chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma Business Honor Society recently inducted new members.
University to Get Bandwidth Upgrade on April 18
As a result, the campus will be without Internet and other network services that rely upon Internet for roughly two hours, until the upgrade is completed.
A mother with a voice, hunting for awareness
Michelle Norwood thought that maybe God was mad at her.
President's, Provost's Reports from April 16 JSU Trustees Meeting
The Jacksonville State University Board of Trustees met on Monday, April 16 on the eleventh floor of Houston Cole Library. Here are reports submitted to the Trustees by Dr. William A. Meehan and Dr. Rebecca Turner.
April 20 Library Lunchtime Lecture- Adventures of a Librarian
Bring your lunch and join us at noon for the April 20 Library Lunchtime Lecture, "Library Adventures!" on the 10th floor of the Houston Cole Library. Our special guest for this free event will be Kim Westbrooks.
Federal Employment Tutorial, Resume Workshop on April 19
Students and alumni of all majors are encouraged to attend.
SGA, Career Services to Offer Free Resume Workshop
The JSU SGA is conjunction with the Career Services Office will sponsor a resume workshop on April 19 from 4-5 p.m. in the Theron Montgomery Building Auditorium.
Max Herzel to Speak at Annual Holocaust Remembrance
This will be Holocaust survivor Max Herzel’s third keynote speech at the JSU Holocaust Remembrance.