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NSU Speaker’s Forum, Apr. 9


Barbara Sterry, M.B.A., CRA, executive director for NSU’s Office of Grants and Contacts.


Larry Calderon, Ed.D, NSU’s vice president for community and governmental affairs, cordially invites members of the NSU family to attend his weekly NSU Speaker’s Forum. Taking place each Friday from 9 a.m. – 10:30 a.m., these forums allow amazing speakers from across the university to talk about their latest programs, research, campus activities, and a vast array of topics from autism, to stem cells, to oceanography, to student radio station and media, to athletics. There is a question and answer session at the end of each talk. The audience is treated to a delicious hot breakfast and an opportunity to learn about the fascinating people that make NSU a great university.

Previous speakers have included Abraham Fischler, Ed.D., NSU’s president emeritus; Anthony Silvagni, D.O., dean of NSU’s medical school, the College of Osteopathic Medicine; Michael Gaffley CYC-P, program professor at NSU’s Fischler School of Education and Human Services; Peter Murray, Ph.D., a researcher who is using stem cells to clone teeth at NSU College of Dental Medicine; Michelle Manley, M.S., assistant director of student media in the Office of Student Media and Information; Fred Lippman, R.Ph, Ed.D., Chancellor of NSU’s Health Professions Division; Irvin Lippman, M.A., executive director for the Museum of Art – Fort Lauderdale; Deborah Mulligan, M.D., director of NSU’s Institute for Child Health Policy; Gary Margules, Sc.D., NSU vice president for research and technology transfer; Sheila Fabius, M.P.A., director of summer and extended programs at the University School; among many others.

The next Speaker’s Forum will be held on Apr. 9 at the Horvitz Administration Building in the President’s Board Room, which is located on the second floor of the building.  The guest speaker will be Barbara Sterry, M.B.A., CRA, executive director for NSU’s Office of Grants and Contacts. Sterry will be speaking about The Chancellor’s Faculty Research and Development Grant. This grant is given to NSU researchers each year to aid them in making new discoveries.