JIU Blog

Posted on: June 11, 2013

Summer is a busy time for all – between increased social engagements, travel, vacations, and the beautiful weather; it can often be difficult to focus on school work.  Here are a few tips for keeping up with your coursework during the summer.

  1. Plan ahead – if you know you will be out of town for a long weekend or extended period, schedule extra time before you leave to get your work completed. By getting all work done ahead of time, you’ll be better able to enjoy your trip stress free....
Posted on: May 22, 2013

This past Friday, May 17, we welcomed our Doctoral Candidates for the class of 2013 to Denver, Colorado for the official Investiture of Hoods.  We are so proud of these students and their great achievements.  Countless hours of studying, writing papers, and coursework have culminated in this class earning their terminal degree and Doctoral status.   Congratulations to all on this designation!

The Hooding Ceremony was held at the Hyatt Regency here in Denver Colorado.  Graduates gathered with...

Posted on: May 21, 2013

As May is Military Appreciation Month and JIU proudly enrolls many members of the active duty military, retired military and their family members, we want to share a few ways we can all support our troops.

#1 Submit a NMAM 2013 Proclamation and AMHM 2013 Proclamation to your state and/or local representatives.

#2 Fly the American flag on your home, car, or at your place of work this month.

#3 If you are a business owner or hiring manager, hire a veteran! 

#4 Organize an...

Posted on: May 15, 2013

What is Military Apprecitaion Month?  How did it come about?  What does it signify?  Here is the low-down on Military Appreciation month from www.military.com!

“Congress designated May as National Military Appreciation Month in 1999 to ensure the nation was given the opportunity to publically demonstrate their appreciation for the sacrifices and...

Posted on: April 22, 2013

Drumrolllll…we are excited to announce that JIU has a brand new website! We have listened to your feedback and hope that this new site will improve navigation and usability for you, our users. We have been working hard over the past several months to upgrade the site and now that it is up and running we’d love to give you a virtual tour of some of the new and improved features!

  1. Improved navigation — Now you may search by School of Education or...

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