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NSU’s Opens New Center for Collaborative Research

NSU officially opened its Center for Collaborative Research (CCR), one of the largest and most advanced research facilities in Florida, on Sept. 21, 2016. The ceremony and the center are featured in multiple media outlets, including South Florida Business Journal, Sun Sentinel, Miami Herald, Construction Dive, WSVN, and Florida Trend. Click here…


15 Years Later: Unanswered Questions of 9/11

Florida Bulldog Editor Dan Christensen moderated a panel on Sept. 8 at Nova Southeastern University, featuring former Florida Governor and U.S. Sen. Bob Graham, co-chair of the Join Inquiry; Sharon Premoli, a victim’s advocate who was at work on the 80th floor of the North Tower when the first plane…


NSU Senior VP and Orthopedic Surgeon Talks Sarcoma in Cure Magazine

H. Thomas Temple, M.D., NSU senior vice president for translational research and economic development and professor of orthopedic surgery, was quoted in an article in Cure Magazine titled “Chaos Theory: Understanding the Genetic Chaos of Soft Tissue Sarcoma.” Click here to read the article.


NSU ranked among top universities that could challenge the elite by 2030

Times Higher Education and World University Rankings have identified Nova Southeastern University as one of 20 universities in the world and just one of nine universities in the U.S. that could “challenge the elite universities” and become globally renowned by the year 2030. Click here for the full rankings.


9/11 Panel Discussion Featured in Local News

The attack that took place 15 years ago on 9/11 are unforgettable. The Florida Bulldog, an independent, non-profit news organization based in South Florida continues to explore what led to this attack, and will host a panel discussion on Sept. 8, featuring former Florida Governor and U.S. Senator Bob Graham, NSU…


NSU Professor Charles Zelden Featured in CBS 4

Zika has become a force to be reckoned with, and NSU political science professor Charles Zelden, Ph.D., says a huge aspect of the fight against the virus is the politics associated with it. CBS 4 reported how residents and businesses are getting caught up in the political fight against Zika,…


NSU Expert Provides Advice for Single Parents

When it comes to providing advice for parents, NSU’s Dr. Maribel Del Rio is one of the “go to” experts for reporters. She has been featured in numerous media stories, most recently one by Univision that focused on the unique challenges facing single parents. Below is the link to the…


Flakka/Bath Salts Leads to Another Gruesome Attack

  It’s happened again – an alleged incident of someone who appears to have been under the influence of an illicit/illegal drug – Flakka (aka – bath salts.) The suspect allegedly stabbed a couple to death in Martin County, Florida and then appeared to be biting the face of one…


NSU Contributes to Fight Against Zika

For most Floridians, mosquitoes are merely pests dealt with on a hot summer night. Unfortunately, in 2016, they’ve become more than just pests. As the Zika virus become more rampant in South Florida, people are more concerned with health risks mosquitoes now pose, rather than just their usual relentless buzzing….


Our Cell Phones Are Pretty Gross

Eeew, gross! That’s pretty much the sentiment after a recent NBC-6 Miami story that looked at what is growing on our cell phones. And after the experiments featuring faculty and students at NSU’s Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography were completed, you’d be shocked – and grossed out a…


NSU Professor Featured on WQAM Sports Radio

In an interview with WQAM Sports Radio on Aug. 6, Pradeep Vanguri, Ph.D., L.A.T., A.T.C., an associate professor in athletic training at NSU, discussed the Athletic Training Department and the valuable education NSU provides to its students, as well as the numerous resources available at NSU.  


NSU Expert Talks About Newest Disney Princess

What is being hailed as Disney’s first-ever Latina princess, Elena Castillo Flores in “Elena of Avalor,” is being voiced by S. Florida’s own Aimee Carrero. Maribel Del Rio-Roberts, Psy.D., an Assistant Professor within the Department of Justice and Human Services within NSU’s College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences recently…


NSU Expert Participates in Story on Parenting

Maribel Del Rio-Roberts, Psy.D., an Assistant Professor within the Department of Justice and Human Services within NSU’s College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences recently provided her expertise for a story on parenting for Univision. The story focused on parents who go to “extreme measures” monitoring their children – some…


NSU Experts Quoted on Zika

Marie Florent-Carre, D.O., M.P.H., director of rural and urban underserved medicine and assistant professor of family medicine & public health, NSU College of Osteopathic Medicine, Bindu Mayi, Ph.D., associate professor of microbiology, NSU College of Medical Sciences, and Jack Pinkowski, Ph.D., were quoted on Zika and recommendations how to prevent…


NSU’s Holocaust Reflection and Resource Room Featured in Sun Sentinel

The Sun Sentinel featured Alvin Sherman Library’s new Holocaust Reflection and Resource Room, scheduled to open in September, and provided insight as to how the various artifacts, survivor testimonies, films, maps, and more — all donated by Craig and Barbara Weiner — will help provide essential resources to educate the…


Local Child’s Growth Through NSU’s Mailman Segal Center for Development Featured on WPLG (ABC 10)

When do a child’s eating patterns need special attention? WPLG (ABC 10) shared the story of Ricardo, a five-year-old boy, who came to the Unicorn Feeding Clinic at NSU’s Mailman Segal Center for some much needed help. Click HERE to read his story.


RadioMD: NSU Professor Discusses 4th of July Safety

Independence Day is known for being filled with fun activities, good food, and great times with friends and family. With all of the festivities, safety sometimes gets left on the wayside, but Deborah Mulligan, M.D., professor of pediatrics at NSU, provided some helpful tips on RadioMD about keeping families safe…


Sun Sentinel Features NSU’s New Holocaust Room

It is said that those who don’t learn history are doomed to repeat it. In order to prevent that, Craig and Barbara Weiner presented NSU with a new Holocaust Reflection and Resource Room, which is set to be opened in the Alvin Sherman Library. The Sun Sentinel highlighted the gift,…


Grandparents Receive Master’s Degrees from Fischler College of Education

Luis Prieto Oliveiria and his wife, Rosa Uztariz-Prieto, aren’t typical college graduates. After 48 years of marriage, the Doral couple, who are 82 and 79 years old, recently received their master’s degrees from the Fischler College of Education. The Prietos moved to the United States from Venezuela in 1992 and…


Shark Genetics Research by NSU’s GHRI Featured By Media

  FORT LAUDERDALE/DAVIE, Fla. – For Dr. Mahmood Shivji, sharks are wondrous animals that deserve to be revered and not feared. As the director of NSU’s Guy Harvey Research Institute, he’s one the world’s foremost experts in shark research. To that end, Dr. Shivji participated in media stories about sharks,…


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