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Dillard’s Deven Berry ‘19, three other Computer Science majors travel to San Francisco for Black Enterprise Hackathon

Four Dillard University students departed The Oaks for a week in the postcard worthy views of the San Francisco Bay area. But, for at least a day, they’ll only see the walls of a hotel room and the glare from their laptops, as they compete in the BE Smart Hackathon 3.0. Dillard University’s “Four Loop” team of programmers, Deven Berry, ...

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Wake Forest’s recent graduate Angela Harper receives the 2017 LeRoy Apker Award for physics

The American Physical Society awarded Angela Harper the 2017 LeRoy Apker Award, which recognizes outstanding achievements in physics by undergraduate students, and provides encouragement to young physicists who have demonstrated great potential for future scientific accomplishment. Two awards are presented each year, one to a student from a Ph.D. granting institution, and one to a student from a non-Ph.D. granting ...

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Jacksonville University’s Misha Chalkley will soon become the first JU NROTC Midshipman to earn a post as a U.S. Navy Submarine Warfare Officer

It won’t be long before senior Misha Chalkley is submersed in all things nuclear as the first female JU NROTC Midshipman to earn a highly competitive post as a U.S. Navy Submarine Warfare Officer. Of 67 NROTC units with applicants nationwide, only 14 billets were awarded to females this academic year by the U.S. Navy for the Submarine Warfare program, ...

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University of Florida’s Brittany Campbell fights against bed bugs

While Daenerys Targaryen may have three dragons, even she would likely have nightmares after seeing Campbell’s brood of 1,000 bed bugs. Because although we’ve all heard the children’s rhyme that goes,”Good night, sleep tight, don’t let the bed bugs bite,” most of us have never seen one of these six-legged nuisances up close — and we all fear tiny bugs ...

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Abilene Christian journalism junior Erika Bolado wins big in national SPJ photography category

Students have done the department of journalism and mass communications proud once again this year, earning awards across the nation in news writing, advertising, public relations, video, photo, broadcast design and film awards. Junior Erika Bolado was a national winner in feature photography in the national Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Mark of Excellence Awards for work covering May Commencement ...

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Black Knight Financial: special landing place for Jacksonville University students, grads

Logan James started an internship at Black Knight Financial Services in 2007 as an undergraduate studying finance and management. Having finished his MBA at JU in 2009, he’s now Vice President and Manager of one of the Jacksonville company’s customer support divisions. Duncan Graham of Scotland moved to Jacksonville in 2003 for personal and professional growth. He graduated from JU ...

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