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Recent NSU Alumnus Accepts Position at Google

NSU’s College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) is proud to announce that recent alumnus, Everone Graham, has accepted the position of Information Technology Resident at Google in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Graham holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Science from Northern Caribbean University in Jamaica, and a master’s degree in…


The Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences – Celebrating 25 Years of Alumni: Past, Present, and Future – Week 1

25th Anniversary Celebration and CEU/CME Events  We cordially invite you to attend the Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences’ (PCHCS) 25th Anniversary Celebration and Continuing Medical Education Unit (CEU/CME) and  events on November 9–10, 2018. Some of the CEU topics include “Mental Health First Aid,” “Crises Management Using…


PCHCS Student Government Association Transforms Successfully

It was about five years ago that the Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences worked with students to form a new Student Government Association (SGA). Before this time, each academic program had its own SGA for its programs. This meant the college had 19 different SGAs operating at…


Marine Environmental Education Center Celebrates World Oceans Day

On Saturday, June 9, the Marine Environmental Education Center (MEEC) celebrated World Oceans Day by supporting the March for the Ocean. The march will ran from 9am-1pm. The event  started at Charnow Park (1500 N Broadwalk, Hollywood, FL 33019).  There the marchers walked through the MEEC and see muralist Rei…


CAHSS Faculty to be Panelist-City Speaks Forum “On Feminism and Women in the Workplace & Culture”, May 31

Kate Waites, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Literature and Modern Languages in NSU’s College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS), will be a panelist in City Speaks Forum on Feminism and Women in the Workplace and Culture. The forum will be held at ArtServe, 1350 E. Sunrise Blvd,…


Rock the Library: Summer Kick-Off Dance Party!

Read for the Fun of It! this summer at the NSU Alvin Sherman Library. Kick-off begins Sunday, June 10 …but you can register today and begin a summer filled with entertaining programs, reading and prizes!   For the tenth year in a row, FREE programming for youth, teens and adults will…


NSU Levan Ambassadors Board Shark Tagging Event a Great Success!

  This May, The NSU Levan Ambassadors Board joined Halmos College researchers on a shark-tagging trip off Broward County. This daylong trip allowed the Ambassadors to help graduate students and researchers catch sharks, measure and sample, tag, and then release them. The highlight of the day was a 10.5-foot Tiger…


Halmos Alumna Works with Navy Marine Mammal Program

Halmos College Alumna Cristie Ledon (B.S. ‘06 , M.S. ’16) is now working at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego. Part of her work is with the Navy Marine Mammal Program. “Wish I could have included photos of my dolphins but those boys are classified and I’m not…


CAHSS and the Alvin Sherman Library invite you to Story Café 2018, June 30

NSU’s College of Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Alvin Sherman Library are delighted to invite you to our Fourth Annual Story Café. Peace Place, a part of Community Resolution Services (CRS) in CAHSS hosts Story Café each year. This year’s theme, “Culture,” is both timely and imperative for establishing…


CAHSS Faculty Awarded Conference on College Composition & Communication Research Initiative Grant

Janine Morris, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Writing and Communication in NSU’s College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS), received the Conference on College Composition & Communication (CCCC) Research Initiative Grant. Faculty members from University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and Old Dominion University also received the…


CAHSS Invites Proposals for Intellectual Conversations 2018-2019 on “Boundaries and Borders: Beyond Open and Closed”, Abstracts due July 15

NSU’s College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS) is pleased to announce that the Intellectual Conversations series will continue during the next academic year on the theme of “Boundaries and Borders: Beyond Open and Closed.” Generally, these conversations last for one hour and are held on main campus on…


CAHSS Alum Named Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs at FIU

Anthony DeSantis, Ph.D., doctoral graduate of the Department of Conflict Resolution Studies in NSU’s College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS), was appointed the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs at Florida International University, Biscayne Bay Campus. He is responsible for campus life, orientation, wellness and recreation, student media,…


CAHSS Faculty and Students Raise Money for Ariel School in Bangladesh

On Tuesday, April 10, 2018, the students in Honors Global Issues course (INST 1500H) held a bake sale in the UC spine to raise money for Ariel School in Bangladesh. G. Nelson Bass, III, J.D., Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of History and Political Science in NSU’s College of…


Ana Navas Named South Region Player to Watch for 2019

Nova Southeastern women’s tennis junior, Ana Navas, continues to garner postseason accolades as the top-singles player for the Sharks was named ITA (Intercollegiate Tennis Association) South Region Player to Watch for the 2019 tennis season. FULL RELEASE  


NSU Track and Field Garners 11 All-South Region Honors

  The Nova Southeastern University men’s and women’s track and field teams were honored with 11 student-athletes in 14 individual events All-South Region accolades as announced by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. FULL RELEASE  


NSU’s Halmos Students Witness Kilauea Volcano

  This May, students from the Island Biogeography field course were able to witness the current eruption of the Kilauea volcano on the big Island of Hawaii. Since the students were not able to hike the Volcanoes National Park, they were surprised with a helicopter tour of this tectonic event….


Sharks Place Six on All-SSC Teams

Nova Southeastern dominated the All-Sunshine State Conference player selections, landing six players on the two combined teams, including a league-best five on the All-SSC First Team. One of five Sharks on a stout list of first-team members, first baseman Dylan Harris collected his fourth career All-SSC recognition. Harris was joined…


Five Sharks Named NCBWA All-Region Selections

Headlined by a pair of first-team selections, Nova Southeastern placed five players on the various National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) All-South Region teams, announced early Thursday. For the first times in their careers, Jake Anchia and Andrew Liberty each earned first team nods to go along with Dylan Harris’…


Anchia, Liberty Among Four Sharks Dubbed D2CCA All-South Region

  Another day meant another handful of All-South Region honors were handed out to the Nova Southeastern baseball team, as Jake Anchia and Andrew Liberty captured first-team honors to headline four players on the D2CCA All-South Region teams. The duo earned their second first-team nods in as many days after…


Marino Promoted as NSU’s Next Head Men’s Golf Coach

  On Wednesday, May 23, Director of Athletics Michael Mominey officially announced the promotion of Joey Marino as the next head coach of the Nova Southeastern men’s golf team. FULL RELEASE  


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