Rutabagas are low in calories, high in nutrients Rutabagas have been around for centuries but they’re much more popular and widely consumed in Europe.Catherine Wallace, UNF nutrition instructor, shares myths and facts about rutabagas in The Florida Times-Union's monthly "Goods" column.

Why Trump’s evangelical supporters welcome his move on Jerusalem Dr.

Julie Ingersoll, UNF professor of religious studies, writes about evangelical support of President Trump’s announcement to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel in The Conversation, an academic and research focused news source.

Holiday season: How to eat well without gaining weight Dr.

Lauri Wright, UNF assistant professor of nutrition, dishes on midday dining and why a healthy breakfast may be the key to indulging in a big meal without guilt in The Australian. Kristen Hicks, UNF assistant professor of nutrition, and nutrition graduate assistant Paige Chaffin discuss tips to use this holiday season for portion control in Southside News Line, Scroll to page 11 to read the article.

She discusses how she got her start on 89.7 FM Milwaukee Public Radio. Michael Binder, UNF associate professor of political science, discusses the surprise win of Doug Jones in the Alabama senate race on WJXT Ch.

4's "This Week in Jacksonville." Ivan Gandia-Rosa scores 24 points to power thrilling UNF victory UNF guard Ivan Gandia-Rosa crashed to the ground after being hit by a FIU defender while making a 3-pointer in a men's basketball game at the UNF Arena, clenching an 87-85 victory.

The project just received a National Institutes of Health grant for over 0,000, which earned a rare perfect score. Curt Lox, dean of the Brooks College of Health at UNF, and Dr.

Lauri Wright, director of the new Center for Nutrition and Food Security at UNF, discuss how the Center is exploring solutions to food insecurity and malnutrition on "First Coast Connect." UNF students partner with Duval high school to make smart cane, sensory wall UNF engineering and physical therapy students in the Adaptive Toy project have teamed up to create devices to help Atlantic Coast High School kids with disabilities, including a smart cane and a sensory wall.

Her service is featured in The Florida Times-Union. Johns Town Center creating more than 1,000 jobs UNF economics faculty members Drs.

Albert Loh, chair; Andres Gallo, professor; and Chris Johnson, associate professor, discuss how dozens of new restaurants and businesses are impacting Jacksonville with the Daily Record.

Visitors from Anna Kingsley’s African homeland tour Kingsley Plantation Dr.