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Bavonese Named School of Education Associate Dean

Janet L. Bavonese, Ed.D., has been named Associate Dean at Jacksonville State University School of Education.

 
Upgrades Underway at TMB Food Court

Here we grow again! Renovations are underway at the Theron Montgomery Building food court, where workers are busy transforming the space for the Fall 2018 semester.
 
JSU Tennis Courts Back in Action

The JSU tennis courts are back in action now that the fencing torn down by the spring break tornado has been replaced.
 
Department of Nursing Now Offering Online Programs in Tennessee

The JSU Department of Nursing is now offering online RN to BSN, master’s and doctorate programs to Tennessee residents.
 
Dr. Elizabeth Gulledge Selected for National Leadership Program

JSU School of Health Professions and Wellness Department Head Dr. Elizabeth Gulledge has been selected to participate in the 2018 Leadership for Academic Nursing Program.
 
See the World: Study Abroad

Gamecocks looking to expand their horizons and infuse their resumes with valuable cultural experiences should consider the growing JSU Study Abroad program.
 
Dr. Staci Stone Named Dean of School of Arts and Humanities

Dr. Staci Stone has been named the dean of JSU’s School of Arts and Humanities.
 
Here are the Beatlads-- Beatles Tribute Band Returns to Campus June 22

The tradition of The Beatlads returns to JSU, despite tornado damage to the campus.
 
JSU Faculty Attend American Democracy Project at Yellowstone National Park

JSU professors Shawn Carter (economics), Jennifer Foster (English), Mica Mecham (English) and Erin Rider (sociology) attended the annual Stewardship of Public Lands seminar at the 2018 American Democracy Project (ADP), held at Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming in May.
 
Cheaha Challenge Deemed a Record-Breaking Success

The 26th annual Cheaha Challenge Gran Fondo Century & ULTRA in May had a record-breaking 879 participants from 30 states and 13 countries descending on the campus for this year’s event.
 

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