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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 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.

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

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.

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.

NSU’s New Coral Reef Research Center Mentioned in Article on Federal Stimulus Money Helping Florida Colleges (Sun-Sentinel)

This excerpt from the Sun-Sentinel highlights the $15 million stimulus-funded Department of Commerce grant NSU recently received to build an 86,000-square-foot coral reef research center, the largest in the U.S.

University School of NSU Football Team Plays in State Championship & Coach Honored as One of Florida’s Best (Multiple Outlets)

For the first time in University School of Nova Southeastern University (NSU) history, the Suns Varsity Football team played in a State Championship final. The team, its coach, and individual members have all garnered recent media coverage. See where.

NSU’s Homecoming Celebration Captured in Video and Print (Sun-Sentinel)

In addition to earlier media coverage, Sun-Sentinel’s Broward page ran NSU Homecoming’s Flash Mob Dance as the lead video package on 11-12-10. Additionally, the Sun-Sentinel ran the article “Davie university hosts annual race of homemade rafts” on 11-27-10. Read more.

NSU’s Huizenga Business School Launches Sales Program with Sandler Training®, Unveils Huizenga Sales Institute

To meet the demands for a highly competent and proficient sales workforce in today’s business environment, Nova Southeastern University’s (NSU) H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business & Entrepreneurship launched a first-of-its-kind Sales Program and Huizenga Sales Institute this fall semester offering sales education and training.

College of Pharmacy Professor Interviewed on CNN about Energy Drinks

Kevin Clauson, Pharm.D., a College of Pharmacy professor and researcher, was interviewed in October by CNN for story on what’s inside alcoholic energy drinks.

Jonas Brother Helps Raise Thousands for Special Olympics (Multiple Outlets)

Hundreds of anxious girls showed up to Nova Southeastern University as early as 5 a.m. Monday morning to catch a glimpse of singing superstar Joe Jonas. The teenybopper was at the university to host the first annual iWin 5K Fun Run/Walk to benefit the Special Olympics of Florida.

Graduating dad gets a surprise from Iraq (Miami Herald)

Thousands of miles and several time zones couldn’t keep U.S. Army contractor Tobias Barbir from being at one of the most important events in his father’s life. On Aug. 29, his dad, Johann Barbir of Dania Beach, graduated from Nova Southeastern University with a degree in nursing. Though he was…

Davie university hosts summer entrepreneurship camp (Multiple Outlets)

A recent summer camp at Nova Southeastern University’s H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship in Davie aimed to give students the tools needed to potentially achieve similar success with their ideas.

Workers turn to graduate-level business certificates (Miami Herald)

Want more earning power without paying big bucks for an MBA? Get a business certificate, some South Florida employers say.

Coral Springs native wins golf’s Florida Open (Sun-Sentinel)

Coral Springs resident Ben Vertz remembers watching Tiger Woods win the 1997 Masters. “My dad saw that I was very interested in watching the tournament, so that’s when and why he got me involved in golf,” said Vertz, who will be a junior this fall at Nova Southeastern University. These…

FIU, UM, Nova among schools honored for minority graduation (Sun-Sentinel)

Some Florida universities are receiving praise for their ability to graduate black and Hispanic students.

Law professor’s book chronicles history of Broward Sheriff’s Office (Multiple Outlets)

From Sheriff Paul Bryan, who was arrested in 1927 on federal bootlegging charges, to Sheriff Ken Jenne, who pled guilty to tax fraud in 2007 and served a year in prison, the fascinating and often tumultuous history of the Broward Sheriff’s Office is extensively detailed in a new book coauthored by Nova Southeastern University law professor Robert M. Jarvis.

NSU Subject Matter Expert: Cyberbullying

In light of the recent cyberbullying that occurred in Palm Coast, Fla., involving an 11-year-old girl, her father and various internet communities, Nova Southeastern University has subject matter experts available to comment on the consequences and repercussions of cyberbullying.

Diana Wasserman-Rubin Turns Herself In (CBS4)

Nova Southeastern University law professor Bob Jarvis spoke to WFOR CBS4 on the arrest of Broward County Commissioner Diana Wasserman-Rubin on corruption charges.

Gas station spat leads to death (Miami Herald)

A fight over who would get to use a particular pump at a Lauderdale Lakes gas station has left one man dead and another charged with manslaughter. … Judith McKay, director of Community Resolution Services at Nova Southeastern University, said the purported road rage likely manifested into personal offense.

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