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2019 Lunch and Learn Grant Workshops

The Grant Writing Laboratory and the Office of Sponsored Programs provide Lunch & Learn Grant Workshops on a series of grant related topics. The annual 2019 Lunch & Learn Grant Workshop Series for NSU faculty and staff kicks off on Tuesday, January 22 with “How to Submit a Grant at…


Winners of Office Depot Case Competition

NSU Career Development hosts roughly one to two case competitions per semester, giving the opportunity for students to compete to find solutions for real-life business cases and grow experience in each designated field. This fall semester, NSU Career Development hosted a case competition with Office Depot regarding the marketing aspects…


NSU University School Speech and Debate Program Earns Prestigious National Club Award

NSU University School congratulates our Speech and Debate program for being ranked among the top Speech and Debate programs in the nation. Our program earned membership in the National Speech & Debate Association’s (NSDA’s) Prestigious 100 Club, a significant recognition as a top 20 school nationwide! This milestone demonstrates our…


Save the Date for NSU’s Inaugural Digital Curriculum & Higher Education Conference in February

The Office of the Provost invites the NSU community to save the date for the inaugural “Going Deeply Digital: Promises and Challenges of the Digital Curriculum in Higher Education” regional conference, to be held at NSU during February 15-16, 2019. Faculty, staff, administrators, instructional designers, and students are invited to…


Sharks Make Splash During Early Signing Period

 Head coach Jim Crutchfield is off to an impressive start in his second recruiting cycle with Nova Southeastern, as the men’s basketball program landed a pair of early signees for the 2019 class in both Jake Maranville and Tommy Sala.  FULL RELEASE


Former Sharks Baseball Star Carris Collects Distinguished Alumni Award

During NSU’s Homecoming celebrations, former Sharks pitcher Nick Carris expanded his growing awards list; but for his work beyond the field. Now a highly-respected pharmacist, Carris was named for the Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award from the Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography, where he earned his B.S. in Biology,…


Sharks Clean Up with More Postseason Awards

On the heels of a stellar sophomore campaign, forward Sebastian Loibl has been selected as a Third Team All-American by the United Soccer Coaches. The award becomes the second-ever handed out to a Nova Southeastern player since the program shifted to NCAA Division II in 2002, and first since Matthew…


NSU Duo Named All-South Region by United Soccer Coaches

Following prominent seasons which resulted in a fourth consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament for Nova Southeastern, both Emma Heikkila and Adanna Edwards have been recognized as all-south region honorees by United Soccer Coaches. Heikkila was selected as a first team selection, while Edwards landed on the second team. FULL…


NSU Teams with University School for South Florida Showdown Doubleheader

The Nova Southeastern men’s basketball team has beefed up the local fanfare for its Dec. 13 date with the announcement of the inaugural South Florida Showdown doubleheader event. Adding to the existing face-off with local rival St. Thomas Bobcats at 7:00 p.m., the Sharks will also host Florida high school…


NSU Alumni Spotlight: CAHSS Alum Publishes Article on “Conflict and Crisis in the Cameroon Anglophone Region” and Book Chapter

Michael Fonkem, Ph.D., graduate of the doctoral program in the Department of Conflict Resolution Studies (DCRS) in NSU’s College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (CHASS), has written an article, “Conflict and Crisis in the Cameroon Anglophone Region,” available in E-International Relations available here.  He also wrote a book chapter,…


Emergency Department Nurses: Post Code Pause

ACON student Lynn Hauck presented her Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) project, Emergency Department Nurses: Post Code Pause, at her practice site’s EBP Fair.  It was a wonderful opportunity to educate staff on the background, significance, and results of the DNP EBP project that implemented a post-code pause (PCP) intervention…


Unbeaten NSU Climbs to No. 17 in National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Poll

One week after breaking into the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Top-25 poll for the first time in program history, Nova Southeastern made another significant leap, rising to No. 17 in the latest national rankings. FULL RELEASE


7 Easy Steps to the FAFSA” Video Available For NSU Students

The Office of Student Financial Assistance has posted a new resource to the financial aid website to help students complete the 2019-2020 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  Completing the FAFSA is the first step in applying for financial aid. However, many students and families, especially first-time filers, find…


E-STEAM Project for Girls

NSU’s American Association of University Women hosted the “E-STEAM Project for Girls” on Thursday, November 15. What an exciting and informative second session for the eight students from the Pace Center for Girls. The day started off with Instructional Designer, Mary Young discussing what goals are and student shared their own…


FCE Distinguished Alum, Veteran and Author Hosts Book Signing

Jeffrey Scarpiello, M.S. is the Abraham S. Fischler College of Education (FCE) 2018 Distinguished Alumni Award winner. On November, 5 he presented and held a book signing on his book, The 10 “C” Leadership Principles of Excellence – Working Toward the Benefit of the Team, at the Don Taft University…


SSC Remains NCAA Division II Leader in Academic Success Rate

  The Sunshine State Conference continues to lead the nation in NCAA Division II Academic Success Rate (ASR). On Wednesday, November 14th, the NCAA released ASR data for all 24 NCAA Division II conferences, with the SSC on top for a third consecutive year. FULL RELEASE


Heikkila Earns D2CCA All-South Region Honors

Having already been named an All-Sunshine State Conference performer just two weeks ago, Nova Southeastern women’s soccer standout Emma Heikkila added another postseason accolade on Wednesday after being selected to the Division II Collegiate Commissioners Association (D2CCA) All-South Region Second Team. FULL RELEASE


Bajor Announced as New NSU Rowing Assistant Coach

The Nova Southeastern women’s rowing team has bolstered its coaching staff with the hiring of Zayln Bajor as the new assistant coach for the 2018-2019 season. Bajor spent this past fall as a part-time coach with the Sharks, where his impressive contributions to the program made a lasting impression on…


Sharks Place Five on D2CAA All-South Region Teams

Following a memorable season in which the program cracked the Top-25 for the first time since 2007, the Nova Southeastern men’s soccer team landed five players on the Division II Collegiate Commissioners Association (D2CCA) All-South Region teams, announced Wednesday. Sebastian Loibl led the way with first-team honors, while Aleks Berg, Bradley Fountain, Darwin Lom and Curtis Thorn were…


Fischler College of Education Graduate Publishes Book for College Freshmen

Sue Ohrablo, Ed.D., graduate of the Abraham S. Fischler College of Education has published a new book entitled The Pocket Advisor: A Family Guide to Navigating College. Drawing from over 30 years working in higher education in the field of academic advising and student services, Ohrablo provides college-bound and new…


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