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NBC News Features Dean Jon Garon

On NBC6 news, Jon Garon, professor and Dean of NSU’s Shepard Broad College of Law, discussed how individuals’ privacy rights could be affected by changes in Uber tracking methods. Click here to see the segment on NBC.


Grand opening of Noel P. Brown Sports Center Featured on Local 10

Nova Southeastern University keeps making waves in South Florida. On Friday, December 2, NSU opened the Noel P. Brown Sports Center, and ABC Local 10 joined the university in the celebration. The new sports center will also serve as the venue for Special Olympics Broward County. CLICK HERE to read ABC Local…


NSU Researcher Quoted on Leading Role at World Stem Cell Summit

Richard Jove, Ph.D., director of the NSU Cell Therapy Institute, which, among other areas, is researching the use of stem cells to cure and treat cancer, cardiovascular disease and macular degeneration, was quoted on his role as co-chair of the World Stem Cell Summit. The conference is being held on…


NSU’s Research Leader on Finding Tomorrow’s Medical Breakthroughs

H. Thomas Temple, M.D., NSU senior vice president of translational research and economic development appeared on “Exploring Different Brains” with Harold Reitman, M.D. Dr. Temple discussed his history in orthopaedic oncology, the amazing progress being made in NSU’s research, and the importance of discovering more about the human brain. Click…


NSU Optometrist Featured on Local 10

Yin C. Tea, O.D., FAAO, chief of pediatrics and binocular vision, NSU College of Optometry, was featured in a segment called “Unique iPad game helps children with lazy eye” on WPLG (ABC 10). Click here to view the segment.


NSU Alumnus Featured in Westside Gazette

Heroes don’t always wear capes, and NSU alumnus Karlton Johnson proved that during his tenure as principal at Blanche Ely High School. While he was busy improving the school’s graduation rate to 90 percent — the highest in the school’s history — he was also attending NSU to receive his…


NSU Pharmacy Expert Discusses Medical Marijuana

As Florida prepares to vote on Amendment 2 on November 8, 2016, there are many myths on the science of medical marijuana. Jose Valdez, Pharm.D., BCPP, assistant professor in the NSU College of Pharmacy, addressed many of these questions on WPLG Local 10’s HealthCast with Kristi Krueger. Click here to…


NSU Expert Participates in Distinguished Panel on Public Health on Viewpoint

Zika, Dengue Fever, Ebola. These are just some of the diseases putting the public on edge, as global travel continues to bring foreign borne illnesses to South Florida’s door. The emergences of these infectious diseases present both unprecedented challenges and opportunity for South Florida’s public health officials. From the allocation…


WalletHub ‘Asks the Experts,’ featuring Robert Jarvis

With the World Series afoot, people everywhere are taking the time to learn a little more about America’s pastime. Robert Jarvis, NSU law professor and author of “Baseball and the Law,” was featured in an “Ask the Experts” section of WalletHub about baseball and some of its biggest challenges. Click…


NSU’s Shark Race to the White House In the News

FORT LAUDERDALE/DAVIE, FL – It seems everywhere you turn, there’s a new political poll out showing one candidate or the other leading in the run to be President. In keeping with that theme, researchers at NSU’s Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography decided to turn to their experts to help predict…


NSU study looks into ways to reduce HIV-related memory loss

Raymond L. Ownby, M.D., Ph.D., M.B.A., professor and chair, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Biomedical Informatics Program, Nova Southeastern University, is conducting a research project on transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) to improve cognition and mood in patients with HIV. Click here to view a story on WPLG (ABC…


NSU Researcher Invents Sublingual Epinephrine Tablet to Replace EpiPen

The debate over the expense associated with EpiPens® may be coming to a halt, thanks to pharmaceutical researcher and Associate Professor at NSU’s College of Pharmacy Mutasem Rawas-Qalaji, B. Pharm. (Hon.), Ph.D. Popular Science featured Rawas-Qalaji’s new oral method for patients to receive epinephrine. Generally, the benefits of the drug aren’t seen…


NSU Featured on NBC 6 College Week

NBC6 visited to NSU’s Fort Lauderdale/Davie campus September 29 as part of the annual college week. Once again, students, faculty, and staff gathered to celebrate College Week, and NBC morning anchor Sheli Muniz highlighted NSU and some of its programs.     Click here to see the story on NSU’s sea turtle…


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, South Florida Business & Wealth…


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…


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