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Media Covers Multiple Events from NSU’s Celebration of Black History Month

NSU’s month-long celebration of Black History Month has garnered extensive media coverage, ranging from print to radio to TV.


Computer Science Expert Quoted in Four Stories for the South Florida Business Journal

The South Florida Business Journal quoted Leo Irakliotis of NSU’s Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences in four articles in its February special section on education technology.


University School of NSU’s Boy’s Soccer Team Brings Home School’s First Title

University School of NSU’s boy’s soccer team recently brought home the school’s first title when the Suns ultimately defeated Lake Highland Prep after 100 minutes of scoreless play time and a nail biting tie despite eight sets of penalty kicks.


Law Professor Bob Jarvis is interviewed in a CBS-12 Investigative Report on the legality of gambling institutions in Florida.

Law Professor Bob Jarvis is interviewed in a CBS-12 Investigative Report on the legality of gambling institutions in Florida


Former state Senator, Dave Aronberg, who is now Florida’s Pill Mill Czar, gave a power presentation on the dangers of Pill Mills and the efforts of the Attorney General’s Office to combat it during a visit to NSU on Feb. 16

Former state Senator, Dave Aronberg, who is now Florida’s Pill Mill Czar, gave a power presentation on the dangers of Pill Mills and the efforts of the Attorney General’s Office to combat it during a visit to NSU on Feb. 16. The story was covered by multiple news outlets.


College of Pharmacy professor Matthew Seamon was quoted in CNN in an article about anti-energy drinks. He was also quoted in Suite 101

College of Pharmacy professor Matthew Seamon was quoted in CNN in an article about anti-energy drinks. He was also quoted in Suite 101


HSBE Professor, Jack Pinkowski, Ph.D, Debates Governor Scott’s Budget on PBS

HSBE Professor, Jack Pinkowski, Ph.D, Debates Governor Scott’s Budget on PBS


President Obama’s Healthcare Unconstitutional? Law Professor, Douglas Lee Donoho, J.D., LL.M., Debates on PBS

Recently, a Pensacola, Fla. judge ruled that President Barack Obama’s healthcare law is unconstitutional, saying the federal government is overreaching when it forces individuals to buy health insurance. The lawsuit argues that the bill’s mandate requiring individuals to buy health insurance or pay a fine is unconstitutional.


NSU Pharmacy Professor Quoted in The New York Times About Energy Drinks

NSU College of Pharmacy professor Kevin A. Clauson, Pharm.D., was quoted recently in a New York Times article that examined the dangers of energy drinks.


NSU Expert Quoted on CBS 4 about Egypt Unrest

NSU political scientist Dustin Berna, Ph.D., an expert on fundamentalism and terrorism from Nova Southeastern University’s Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, has been watching the situation in Egypt unfold. Berna was interviewed by CBS 4 – WFOR’s Ted Scouten on Jan. 31, 2011 on the potential for Islamic fundamentalists to rise in power.


Dental DV Grant Featured in Chicago Tribune

NSU College of Dental Medicine is offering free dental services to victims of domestic violence, who otherwise may not have access to such services. The story was covered in the Chicago Tribune and Sun-Sentinel.


New NSU Medicinal & Healing Garden Featured on Front Page of Sun-Sentinel’s Sunday Features Section

The New NSU Medicinal & Healing Garden, run by the College of Pharmacy, was prominently featured with photos on the front page of the Sun-Sentinel’s Sunday features section. President Hanbury was quoted in the story. It also ran in the Orlando Sentinel and the Hartford Current.


NSU Pediatrician Quoted on Fox National News about Caffeine Consumption

Deborah Mulligan, M.D., executive director of Nova Southeastern University’s Institute for Child Health Policy, was interviewed on national TV by Fox News Studio B anchor Shepherd Smith as a pediatric expert on a story about a recently release study showing that American children are consuming too much caffeine.


Farquhar Professor Writes Op-Ed on Constitution Amendment Movement for Chicago Tribune

Charles Zelden, P.D., a professor of Legal and Constitutional History (with a specialty in election law and judicial politics) from NSU’s Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences recently penned an opinion piece with R. B. Bernstein, distinguished adjunct professor of Law at New York Law School, on the movement to amend the constitution.


Jane Austen Fans Unite at NSU’s Library with Events for Teens and Adults (Miami Herald)

Fans of the classical, romantic and ironic literary novelist Jane Austen recently partook in a series of events in her honor at NSU’s Alvin Sherman Library, Research, and Information Technology Center, which were covered by the Miami Herald.


NSU’s Library Hosts “An Evening of Music & the White House” (Multiple Outlets)

The Circle of Friends of NSU’s Alvin Sherman Library recently hosted “An Evening of Music & the White House” which featured a performance by renowned violinist Joan Kwuon and was featured in the the Dec. 29 Broward edition of Society Scene.


iPads Help Autistic Children Communicate

iPads used by autistic children at MSI receive national media coverage.


NSU Expert Quoted in Article on Four Ways to Avoid Getting Sick During the Holiday Season (CNN.com)

Robert Hasty, D.O, FACOI, assistant professor of internal medicine at Nova Southeastern University’s medical school, explains how end-of-the-year projects, reports, and final exams before the holidays can spike a stress hormone in your body, inducing the likelihood of infection during the holidays. His advice to stay well despite stress? Find out here.


NSU Dental Students Help Domestic Violence Victims Get Free Care at New Clinic (Sun-Sentinel)

This excerpt from the Sun-Sentinel highlights Nova Southeastern University’s College of Dental Medicine, which sends its residents to helps abused women get their smiles back at an unusual clinic, which soon may be a national model for teaching dentists to repair the teeth of domestic-violence victims.


Even the Youngest Child Abuse Victims Deserve a Voice, Learn More from Op-Ed by NSU Student Rae Levenson (Sun-Sentinel)

Did you know that every 10 seconds, a child is abused in our country, and three out of four are younger than 4 years old? Nearly five children die every day as a result of domestic violence. Is there a solution? NSU student Rae Levenson thinks so. Read her Op-Ed that ran in the Sun-Sentinel.


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