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Employers Need to Invest More Money for New Technology Training

According to Miami Today News, colleges and universities in South Florida are racing to keep up with current technology by developing programs to help students prepare for new jobs in technology. NSU’s dean of the College of Engineering and Computing, Yao Tao, Ph.D., explained to Miami Today News that technology is…


Universities in Miami Compete to Grow Enrollments

According to Miami Today News, universities in Miami are competing to maintain and even grow their application and enrollment numbers. At NSU, the admissions department is tracking high school graduation trends and targeting areas that are the most promising. In a recent interview with Miami Today News, NSU’s dean of…


NSU Professor Featured on First News with Jimmy Cefalo 610 WIOD

Millions of people have turned to products with artificial sweeteners rather than real sugar because they think it’s healthier or to help them lose weight. In a recent interview with the radio program First News With Jimmy Cefalo, Deborah Ann Mulligan, M.D., FACEP, FAAP, professor at Nova Southeastern University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine…


Nova Southeastern University Featured on Multiple Media Stories about Sharks and Shark Research

During the last couple of weeks, scientists from NSU Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography’s Guy Harvey Research Institute (GHRI) and Save Our Seas Shark Research Center (SOS SC) have been part of multiple media stories on sharks and shark research.   Click on the following links to read…


Threatened Coral Get Second Chance in South Florida

Coral reefs are impacted worldwide by a host of natural and human-induced factors. Natural and man-made climatic variations, including those from El Niño, heat, stress, and hurricane forces cause substantial damage to coral reefs. NSU has been researching coral reefs as way to not only understand these unique animals, but…


NSU Chancellor Featured in Sun Sentinel’s South Florida 100

Last week, the Sun Sentinel selected South Florida’s 100 most influential people to share their thoughts on current and future events. The Sun Sentinel featured NSU’s Chancellor of Health Professions Division Frederick Lippman, Ed.D., R.Ph., who discussed the current teacher shortage for K-12 children in South Florida.     CLICK HERE to read Dr….


President Hanbury Featured in Miami Herald CEO Roundtable

  Vacations can be very stressful, especially when it comes to balancing work and family. This week the Miami Herald asked NSU President Dr. George L. Hanbury and many other South Florida CEOs, how they balance ongoing business needs with family and relaxation during their vacation time.      …


Can The Ocean’s Fastest Shark Outswim Our Appetite for It

According to National Geographic, Shortfin makos are the fastest sharks in the ocean, capable of reaching 35 miles an hour as they chase down speedy prey such as bluefish and tuna. Makos have a herculean reputation among fishermen, who love them for their fight and their meat in equal measure….


How to Deal With the Distance between Parents and Adolescent Children

Our children grow and change, not only physically but emotionally. Some parents have difficulty understanding the changes their teenager is experiencing and resist his/her need to pull away from the family and make independent decisions. In a recent interview with the national TV program Despierta America, Maribel Del Rio-Roberts, Psy.D., assistant…


How to Deal With Children’s Temper Tantrums in Public

  In a public place, a toddler’s tantrum can be embarrassing and stressful for parents. In a recent interview with the national TV program Despierta America, Maribel Del Rio-Roberts, Psy.D., assistant professor and supervisor of Psychology trainees, NSU’s College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences said that some of our children’s…


Stand Your Ground Law

Florida’s Stand Your Ground law, which allows the use of deadly force in cases of self-defense made national headlines when it was used in the trial of George Zimmerman – acquitted in the 2012 shooting death of Miami teen Trayvon Martin. Now a Miami-Dade County circuit judge has ruled a…


Nova Southeastern University Featured on South Florida 100 Forum

Last week, Nova Southeastern University’s Vice President for Advancement and Community Relations, Jennifer O’Flannery Anderson, Ph.D. and Frederick Lippman, R.Ph., Ed.D., chancellor of Nova Southeastern University’s Health Professions Division were featured on South Florida 100, a forum where South Florida’s most influential people weight in on current events.    …


Studying Sharks, Up Close and Personal

Researchers from NSU’s Guy Harvey Research Institute and Save Our Seas Shark Research Center are tagging sharks off the coast of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The researchers are working alongside students as part of an effort to increase awareness of the critical role that sharks play in maintaining healthy oceans. Understanding the travel…


Dr. Goar Alvarez Featured on Univion 23”s Public Affairs Show

A couple of weeks ago, Governor Rick Scott approved the use of medical marijuana, but profit speculation is still ongoing. In a recent interview with Univision Channel 23’s public affairs show Goar Alvarez, Pharm.D., C.Ph., FASCP, assistant dean of NSU’s College of Pharmacy discussed the new Florida legislation on medical…


President Hanbury Featured in Miami Herald CEO Roundtable

The Miami Herald CEO Roundtable is a weekly feature that appears in business Monday of the Miami Herald. This week’s question to NSU President Dr. George L. Hanbury and many other South Florida’s CEOs was, “Though Miami’s public schools have made great progress, the need for quality public education at…


ABC Local 10 Segment: Students in Medical Summer Camp Work with Maggots, Sheep Brains and Cow Eyeballs

NSU’s College of Osteopathic Medicine offered a camp called AIM-High, which stands for “achieve in medicine.” AIM-High was exclusively designed for academically strong high school students who are interested in pursuing a career in health care. This year, almost 100 students from 22 states participated in the aim high and aim higher…


Did Chemours Tell NC It Was Discharging GenX?

During the past two weeks, the StarNews has been examining Chemours’ latest application for a National Pollution Discharge Elimination (NPDES) permit, which is part of the Clean Water Act. In North Carolina, NPDES permits are issued and monitored by the N.C. Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ). Chemours and other companies…


The Royal Dames of Cancer Research’s Tiara Ball Underwriters Reception

More than 290 guests gathered at a reception hosted by Barry and Sharon Florescue. The guests enjoyed champagne, danced and dined the night away to raise funds for the research of cancer. During the event, The Royal Dames of Cancer Research presented a check for $225,000 to The Rumbaugh-Goodwin Institute for Cancer Research…


New NSU Clinic Treats Dry Eye

Dry eyes are irritating whether you wear contact lenses or not. A new clinic at Nova Southeastern University is tackling an irritating condition that affects the eyes. The newly opened Dry Eye Care Center will be under the supervisions of Dr. Chandra Mickles, an optometrist and associate professor at NSU’s…


Office Depot revives “Taking Care of Business” Slogan in New Advertising Campaign

Boca Raton-based Office Depot rolls out new ad campaign with old theme, “Taking Care of Business.” This slogan was first used by Office Depot in 1992. The Company said, that the new ad campaign will modernize the brand for today’s busy professionals and consumers. The advertising campaign will include a…


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