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NSU Professor Featured on CNN

An estimated 1.5 million ex-felons in Florida are now eligible to register to vote due to the passage of Amendment 4 during the November elections. The landmark ballot initiative restored voting rights for state residents with felony convictions who have completed their sentences, with the exception of those convicted of murder…


NSU Law Professor Interviewed on Status of Broward County Sheriff

  Nova Southeastern University law professor Robert Jarvis is no stranger to working with the media. He is routinely relied upon as a subject matter expert by reporters working stories that have a legal aspect to them. Recently, he was interviewed concerning the potential of Florida’s new governor removing the…


NSU Economics Expert Featured on WPBT

The 2018 holiday season has come, and gone. And for some, the reality of the season is about to hit – when the bills start arriving in the mail. To help, NSU economics professor and financial expert Dr. Albert Williams was featured in a news segment on WPBS TV on…


NSU Graduate Wins Georgia’s Superintendent of the Year Award

Curtis Jones, Ed.D., a graduate from NSU’s Abraham S. Fischler College of Education, recently was honored as Georgia’s Superintendent of the Year at the Georgia School Board Association’s Winter Conference in Atlanta. The GSSA said it was Dr. Jone’s initiatives to get more students reading at grade level and increasing…


NSU Professor Discusses How to Enjoy Your Holiday Party Without the Guilt of Gaining Weight

Deborah Ann Mulligan, M.D., FAAP, FACEP, director of NSU’s Institute for Child Health Policy and professor of pediatrics for NSU’s Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine, spoke with iHeart Radio about how to enjoy the holidays without feeling guilty for gaining weight. Dr. Mulligan suggests to not let…


NSU 8th Annual Fellows Society Celebration Featured in South Florida Business Journal

NSU recently hosted it’s Fellows Society Celebration at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale. The event was featured in the South Florida Business Journal, and it honored 53 new members of the group of donors whose cumulative giving  exceeds $50,000.    Alan B. Levan, chairman of…


Violin That Survived Holocaust Unsilenced at NSU’s Alvin Sherman Library

A violin that survived the horrors of the Holocaust was recently played at two performances at NSU’s Alvin Sherman Library. The concert,”Unsilenced,” was presented by the Holocaust Learning and Education Fund, Inc., and it was the first time in more than 75 years that the violin has been played. A violin…


Longtime NSU Supporter Guy Harvey Interviewed by WLRN

For many years, Dr. Guy Harvey has been a supporter of Nova Southeastern University, with his focus in the Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography. His philanthropic support led to the creation of NSU’s Guy Harvey Research Institute as well as the naming of the Guy Harvey Oceanographic Center…


NSU Professor Offers Advice on What to do if You are Affected by the Marriott Data Breach

Recently, Marriott, which owns Starwood hotels, disclosed that the Starwood guest reservation system had been hacked which resulted in the second biggest corporate data breach in history. Millions of former guests have had their personal information, such as credit card numbers, phone numbers and passport numbers compromised. Yair Levy, Ph.D.,…


NSU University School Students Create Smartwatch that Detects Changes in Heart Rate

A group of 30 NSU University School students put in months of hard work to invent a smartwatch that detects changes in heart rate. They believe the watch will prevent users from either overexerting themselves by correctly measuring when someone is above their maximum heart heart, or preventing them from possibly…


NSU Professor Offers Advice on How to Watch Out for Holiday Shopping Scams

Yair Levy, Ph.D., director of the Center for e-Learning Security Research and professor of cybersecurity and information systems at NSU’s College of Engineering and Computing, recently spoke about how to watch out for holiday shopping scams. Dr. Levy said to only shop with retailers you trust and suggested to have a credit…


NSU Tampa Bay Regional Campus One Step Closer to Reality

A “Topping Off” or “Topping Out” ceremony is a builders’ rite traditionally held when the last beam (or its equivalent) is placed atop a structure during its construction. For NSU, that ceremony, which was held Mon., Nov. 19, not only marked a significant milestone in the construction of its new Tampa Bay Regional…


NSU Professor Discusses Why Senator Bill Nelson’s Chances of Winning Reelection are Slim

Charles Zelden, Ph.D., a professor of history and political science in NSU’s College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences recently spoke about why Senator Bill Nelson’s chances of winning the reelection are slim. Dr. Zelden said that in order for Sen. Bill Nelson to win, everything has to go his…


NSU Professor Featured on CBS Miami’s Facing South Florida

Charles Zelden, Ph.D., a professor of history and political science in NSU’s College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, recently appeared on CBS Miami to discuss Florida’s election recount. Dr. Zelden spoke about the deadline for all 67 counties to report their final numbers in between the race for Senate…


NSU’s Vice President of Clinical Operations Featured in Miami Herald

Leonard Pounds, M.S., was recently names NSU’s vice president of Clinical Operations. Pounds will oversee all clinic operations and will work to enhance the patient experience at NSU’s 39 centers where 220,000 patients visit yearly. He will also work closely with NSU’s deans to strengthen our academic programs and ensure…


NSU Professor Speaks Nationally About the Election Recount

The recount which involves the Senate race between Republican Governor Rick Scott and Democratic Senator Bill Nelson, the governor’s race between Republican Ron DeSantis and Andrew Gillum and the agriculture commissioner’s race between Republican Matt Caldwell and Democrat Nikki Fried has created a legal skirmish to determine whether or not…


NSU Professor Featured Nationally in Florida Recount Article

Retired Judge Robert Rosenberg was faced with Florida’s infamous recount between George W. Bush and Al Gore. Since 2000, Florida implemented a variety of changes following the recount which include deadlines for steps in the recount process and a state law that requires a machine recount in races where the…


NSU Professor Weighs in on New Device that Promises 6-Pack Abs Results

Jose Antonio, Ph.D., FNSCA, FISSN, CSCS,  director of the exercise and sports science program at NSU’s Dr. Pavalli Patel College of Health Care Sciences, spoke with Local 10 about the new device that promises to give 6-pack abs without exercise. Emsculpt, the latest non-invasive body contouring technique, creates muscle contractions…


NSU Law Professor Talks About Florida’s Amendment 9

Florida’s amendment 9 would prohibit offshore oil and gas drilling, as well as prohibit vaping at indoor workplaces. NBC 6’S Steve Litz spoke with NSU Shepard Broad College of Law professor Richard Grosso about what the amendment means to voters. Drilling near Florida is already prohibited by state law, but Grosso…


NSU Lifelong Learning Institute Offers Classes to Keep the Brain Active

The Lifelong Learning Institute at Nova Southeastern University offers a range of lectures in subjects like literature, politics, economics and history. Linda Maurice, the program’s director, said that the goal of the LLI is to create a place for continuing education for older adults at all levels of education. It…


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