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NSU Dental Grant Featured on Autism Speaks Home Page

Autism Speaks, the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization, featured a $3.4 grant secured by Romer Ocanto, D.D.S., M.S., CAGS, chair of the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at NSU’s College of Dental Medicine, to train dentists to care for patients with autism on its website. Click here to read the…

NSU Professor Appears on WPBT2 show, “Haiti Journal”

David Kilroy, Ph.D., associate professor, division of Humanities, College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences, appeared on the PBS show, “Haiti Journal.” The topic was the 100th anniversary of the United States invasion of Haiti. He and two other panelists discussed the impact this event has had on the country…

Newly Discovered Anglerfish Species Darling of Media

  FORT LAUDERDALE – DAVIE, FL – During a recent research excursion, Nova Southeastern University researcher and professor Tracey Sutton, Ph.D. found something that no one on earth had ever seen before. A new species of anglerfish. Dr. Sutton, who works in NSU’s Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography,…

$3.4M Dental Grant to Research Autism Highlighted in Media

Romer Ocanto, D.D.S., M.S., CAGS, chair of the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at NSU’s College of Dental Medicine recently received a $3.4 million grant to enhance dental care and access for people with autism. Click here to read more about the grant in the Sun-Sentinel and click here to read a Q&A about…

NSU Professor Appears on WPBT2 “Issues”

Albert Williams, Ph.D., professor at the H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship, was the guest at the PBS show, “Issues.” The topic was “Minimum Wage and Child Poverty.” Click here to watch the video.    

NSU Marine Researcher’s Studies Featured by National Geographic

Fort Lauderdale-Davie, Fla. – The marine industry is a vital component of the South Florida lifestyle. To that end, Nova Southeastern University researcher Matthew Johnston, Ph.D., has been studying the impact invasive species have on our marine ecosystem. One species in particular – the lionfish – has been a focus…

NSU University School Teacher on NBC 6

President Barack Obama named 108 mathematics and science teachers across the United States as recipients of the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.  Carlos Montero, a teacher at Nova Southeastern University (NSU) University School, is among those honored. Click here to watch the video.

Meltzer Returns to His Roots With New Thriller

Thrillers first put Brad Meltzer on best-sellers lists, but lately he’s been busy with other projects: five children’s books, an advice guide for children, a nonfiction book and a comic book as well as hosting the TV series “Brad Meltzer’s Lost History” on H2 and “Brad Meltzer’s Decoded” on the…

Focus on South Florida: Artists For Conservation/Nova Art Exhibition

With the support of Nova Southeastern University, BBX Capital Foundation, and The Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation, Artists for Conservation (AFC) has announced a new world class exhibit and international cultural event for South Florida. Click below to view the story    

NSU’s Speech-Language Pathology Program Highlighted on Channel 10

NSU speech-language pathology professor Barbara O’Connor Wells, Ph.D., CCC-CLP, discussed the impact of technology such as tablets and smartphones on children’s speech development on a WPLG Channel 10 HealthCast with Kristi Krueger.   Click below to view the story.   video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player

Shark’s unique trek could help save the species

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Her name is Jiffy Lube2, a relatively small shortfin mako shark that, like others of her kind, swims long distances every day in search of prey and comfortable water temperatures. But Jiffy Lube2’s travels are making waves among scientists who study sharks. The 140-pound mako swam…

NSU Tagged Mako Shark is Media Darling

  FORT LAUDERDALE-DAVIE, Fla. – Recently one of NSU’s Guy Harvey Research Institute tagged short-fin mako sharks made her way off the coast of New York City. It was just one stop in an epic journey this little lady has made the past year or so. You can read more…

NSU Law Professor Discusses Consumer Rights on Local10

Mike Flynn, professor, Shepard Broad Law Center, discusses consumer rights in these two Local 10 segments.               BROADCAST STORY: Attorney General’s Office investigates Mattress One complaints | News – Home   video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player       WEB EXTRA:   Nova Southeastern…

Fort Myers Nursing Students Learn about Caring for Rural and Underserved Populations

Entry-level College of Nursing students from NSU’s Fort Myers campus are currently completing their Population Health Practicum. In this class, students learn about providing health care in rural and undeserved areas and the challenges that come associated with patients from these communities. One of the resources the students learned about…

NSU Community Grieves for Charleston

Nova Southeastern University students, administrators, faculty and staff came together to sign a banner in support of the Charleston and Emanuel AME Church communities in response to tragic massacre on June 17. Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, one of the nine victims killed in the shooting was obtaining a degree in speech-language pathology…

NSU Professor Featured in CBS 4’s Women to Watch

Nancy Klimas, M.D., professor and chair of NSU College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Department of Clinical Immunology and director of NSU’s Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine, was featured on CBS 4’s Women to Watch segment with Tara Gilani. This segment that features women in the South Florida community who are making a…

Study on Tiger Sharks Featured by National & International Media

  FORT LAUDERDALE-DAVIE, Fla. – Tiger sharks are among the largest and most recognizable sharks on the planet, yet many of their habits remain mysterious because they are long-distance travelers that are hard to track. But a new study, reported in the June 9, 2015 issue of the journal Scientific…

Dr. Hanbury Featured in Sun-Sentinel’s South Florida 100

  FORT LAUDERDALE-DAVIE, Fla. – As part of its South Florida 100, the Sun-Sentinel newspaper featured NSU’s President and CEO Dr. George Hanbury, who discussed an issue affecting the entire South Florida community. Dr. Hanbury’s item follows:   Once again South Florida is in the headlines because of drugs.  Escalating…

NSU CIO Featured in CIO Review Magazine

Click here (pages 20-21) to read an article in CIO Review magazine (May,2015) titled “Virtualization of University Campus for Students” featuring NSU’s Vice President of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer Tom West, M.B.A.

NSU’s Guy Harvey Research Institute Researchers Featured in Maryland Media

  FORT LAUDERDALE-DAVIE, Fla. – For years, researchers at Nova Southeastern University’s Guy Harvey Research Institute have been studying mako sharks. Throughout the year they visit the waters off of Isla Mejures, Mexico, the Cayman Islands and Ocean City, Maryland in order to catch, tag and release these majestic creatures….

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