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NSU Speaker’s Forum Hosted by Larry A. Calderon, Ed. D., Apr. 20



Edye Groseclose, Ph.D.



Edye Groseclose, Ph.D., professor of biochemistry in NSU’s Health Professions Division, will be the featured speaker at NSU’s Speaker’s Forum on Friday, Apr. 20. Her presentation is titled: “Meditation: It’s not what you think.”

Groseclose was born and grew up in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia. She attended the University of Miami (UM), where she first studied communications and broadcasting, and finally majored in botany.  She worked and studied at the University of South Florida and the University of Florida and obtained her Ph.D. in biochemistry is from UM.

After post-doctoral and fellowship years in the Division of Pulmonary Medicine at UM’s School of Medicine, she signed on to teach biochemistry to medical students at Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine. When Nova University merged with Southeastern University of the Health Sciences in the mid ‘90s, Groseclose became a faculty member in the Health Professions Division of Nova Southeastern University, where she is a professor of Biochemistry.

In her free time, Groseclose is a volunteer with the Guardian ad Litem Program, an avid practitioner of yoga and meditation, and is enrolled in the chaplaincy program at Upaya Zen Center, in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

The weekly NSU Speaker’s Forum, hosted by Larry A. Calderon, Ed.D., takes place each Friday from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.  The Apr. 20 forum will be held at NSU’s Alvin Sherman Library in Room 4009.

For more information, please contact Tracey-Ann Spencer at straceya@nova.edu or 954-262-5208.