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UNF poll reveals tie between Obama, Romney


April 10, 2012

UNF Assistant Professor of Political Science Dr. Michael Binder and Chair of the Department Political Science Dr. Matthew Corrigan, as well as approximately 180 UNF political science students conducted a poll to guage presidential ...

Disability studies course promises community involvement, new outlook on life


November 18, 2010

“A disability is a form of human diversity, same as a race, gender, ethnicity or class,” said Dr. Chris Gabbard, a UNF professor.This is the message that will be taught and explored in the course Disability Studies, a Tran...

Hollywood moves to Jacksonville, one weekend only


October 12, 2010

BY Allison Morse In the early 1900s, Jacksonville was Hollywood. Well, not exactly, but it was the Mecca for winter filmmaking, providing an ideal climate that allowed movies to be made when the weather in New York did not...

Perez: Student Health to offer 500 H1N1 vaccines


October 27, 2009

Some students will get it, others fearful The H1N1 vaccine has arrived in parts of Duval County, but due to scarcity of supply, UNF resigned to play the waiting game. UNF originally asked the Duval County Health Departme...

Breaking news:Crist interviews Delaney for vacant Senate seat


August 19, 2009

Gov. Charlie Crist interviewed UNF President John Delaney at Cecil Field Aug. 19 to replace Sen. Mel Martinez, who has announced he will be resigning. Delaney said if offered the position he would have to consult the UNF board of trustee...

High-need school districts helped by federal program


March 25, 2009

Florida is one of two states in the U.S. with high-need school districts, and Duval County is one of nine counties with these districts, according to the American Board for Certification of Teacher Excellence. But a program...

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