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NSU Participates in 2016 eMerge Americas Conference

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News and Upcoming Events

Sixth Annual “A Night in Roma” Event Set for June

The Nova Southeastern University Department of Athletics will host its sixth annual A Night in Roma event benefitting the Tony Segreto Athletic Scholarship Fund on Tuesday, June 14 at 6 pm in the Arena at the Don Taft University Center on NSU’s Fort Lauderdale/Davie campus. The event replicates New York…


CAHSS Invites Proposals for the Intellectual Conversations 2016-2017 on “Migration”

NSU’s College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences is pleased to announce that the Intellectual Conversations series will continue during the next academic year on the theme of “Migration.”   Generally these conversations last for one hour and have been held in NSU’s Alvin Sherman Library Thursday afternoons from noon until…


NSU Announces new Vice President for Public Relations and Marketing Communications

Nova Southeastern University (NSU) President Dr. George Hanbury announced the appointment of Kyle Fisher, B.A., to vice president for public relations and marketing communications, effective July 11. She will report directly to President Hanbury. In this newly created position, Fisher will provide strategic and integrated public relations leadership in the…


NSU Hosts Inaugural Conference on Child Abuse, Neglect and Human Trafficking

They are America’s most precious resource – our children. Unfortunately, far too often our children suffer abuse, neglect or, even worse, they are the victims of human trafficking. In recognition of Child Abuse Prevention month, Nova Southeastern University (NSU) brought the community together to discuss the issue of Child Protection….


Undergraduate Students Showcase Research and Creative Works Across Disciplines

The Farquhar Honors College hosted the 15th annual Undergraduate Student Symposium on April 8, 2016, showcasing outstanding scholarship and creative works by NSU students from across the university. The event included poster displays, oral presentations, and performances. Also recognized were student participants in the Undergraduate Film Festival, the Eighth Annual…


President Hanbury wins Excalibur Award

NSU President George L. Hanbury II, Ph.D., recently won the Excalibur Award for Broward Business Leader of the Year and is featured in the Sun Sentinel newspaper. The Excalibur Award is presented by Sun Sentinel Company, LLC to business leaders in South Florida, recognizing their success within the business community and…


The New and Improved iShark Mobile

NSU is relaunching iShark Mobile, a revised app that will allow you to conveniently connect with your fellow Sharks. The new iShark Mobile will enable you to search for your next class, find various locations and dining on campus, connect with Shark Shuttle, share photos and discover what’s happening at NSU by…


Nova Southeastern University’s 2016 Commencement Season is Underway

  It’s that time of year again – time for students to walk across the stage, flip their tassels and transition from being students to being alumni! Nova Southeastern University (NSU) will host its 2016 Commencement ceremonies on its Fort Lauderdale/Davie campus in the Arena at the Don Taft University…


NSU to Prohibit Hoverboards on Campuses and Sites

Due to the safety concerns that have been raised by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) regarding hoverboards, and the potential detrimental impact to the safety of students, faculty, staff and visitors to our campuses, NSU leadership, working with the Pan Student Government Association, has elected to institute a ban…


Submissions being accepted for Qualitative Report 8th Annual Conference

Submissions are now being accepted for the 8th Annual TQR Conference. The deadline to submit is April 30. TQR 2017 will be held Thursday, January 12 – Saturday, January 14, 2017 at NSU. The theme of the conference is “When Qualitative Researchers Care.”  To learn more about the conference, click here. (website will…


Discounted tickets to Broward Center performances

Exclusive Offer for Nova Southeastern University employees, friends & families on selected performances. No minimum ticket purchase required Enter your exclusive promo code: NOVAEM Click here to purchase tickets or call call 954.660.6307 and mention NOVAEM Super Group Code. May 10 – 22 • Au-Rene Theater-Seats starting at $40.00 per…


Dania Beach Blvd. Bridge Repairs – Impact to Traffic

The Dania Beach Boulevard bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway is currently under construction and is expected to be completed by summer 2016. Traffic Impact – Early March through Summer 2016 One lane will be closed in each direction of the Dania Beach Boulevard bridge. One lane in each direction of…


Celebrate the Life of a Loved One with an NSU Commemorative and Memorial Bench

To whom would you dedicate a bench? You can mark a spot on one of NSU’s beautiful campuses with a personalized bench plaque. Your gift will help change lives through the President’s Scholarship Fund at the same time you honor a loved one, friend, colleague, or mentor or commemorate an…


Show your Shark Pride – Tag your Ride and receive a $25 Visa Card

Show your Shark pride! Switch to an NSU Shark Specialty Plate and we’ll give you a $25 Visa Gift card to cover the initial specialty plate fee. Visit the following link for more details: NSU license plate.  


Pride Bites

Pride Bite: COM Student’s Hand-walking Skills on Display at Relay for Life to benefit American Cancer Society

Community service in action: Ashwin Kalyandurg, a second-year student in the College of Osteopathic Medicine, was recognized for his noble effort to walk on his hands for more than 10 hours during NSU’s annual Relay for Life event that benefits the American Cancer Society. Kalyandurg, who performed this feat by…


Campaign Corner

Realizing Potential: Young Alumnus Provides Legacy Gift, Matching Gift, and Annual Gift to NSU

William Scott Parker, Jr. M.B.A (’06) is a Huizenga College of Business alumnus, a member of NSU Ambassadors Board, and a founding member of NSU’s 1964 Society. He is also just 37 years old. In his own words, he describes why he passionately supports NSU: “I look at where I…


Realizing Potential: How Relationships Can Grow

What began many years ago as a relationship between Lynn Lafferty, Pharm.D., a faculty member in the NSU College of Osteopathic Medicine Department of Integrative Health and Wellness, and Charles DuBois, owner of the Wisconsin-based corporation Standard Process, has grown into a very robust partnership between NSU and the company…


Alvin Sherman Library

Halmos Faculty and Students Explore Math with Children at Library’s STEM Session

Faculty members and students at NSU’s Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography helped children explore the mathematical concept behind making predictions at a recent session of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Programs for Children series hosted by the Alvin Sherman Library. The STEM Afternoon Series meets monthly…


Circle of Friends Annual Gala and Fundraiser

The Circle of Friends for the NSU Alvin Sherman Library, Research and Information Technology Center is hosting its Annual Gala and Fundraiser to recognize outgoing board members, and to install new board members and officers. Come together with the Circle of Friends on Saturday, May 14 while you rock to…


Pink Powder Exhibit at the Alvin Sherman Library

Pink Powder brings together a group of artists whose work addresses the female form with an unapologetic intensity. Imagery varying from the quiet and ponderous to the raw and rebellious subvert the traditional role of the female muse within the canons of art history, literature and popular culture. Works ranging…


Donate your gently used books!

The Alvin Sherman Library needs gently used books for its semi-annual book sale being held in April! Proceeds from the book sale go to the Donald E. Riggs Library Education Assistance Fund. Consider cleaning out your old books and donating them to the library for a worthy cause! We also…


Athletics

NSU Baseball Selected Second in NCAA South Region Poll

The No. 9 Nova Southeastern University baseball team (31-13, 14-4 SSC) has been selected the second seed in the first NCAA South Region poll, put together by the NCAA South Region voting committee. After an 11-10 start, the Sharks have won 20 of their last 23 games, including six series…


NSU Volleyball Chosen to Host 2016 NORCECA Women’s U20 Continental Championship

Nova Southeastern University has partnered with USA Volleyball to host the prestigious 2016 NORCECA Women’s U20 Continental Championship on July 26-31 at the Don Taft University Center. This is the first international volleyball tournament that NSU will host. Head volleyball coach Jennifer King, in conjunction with NSU Administration, has spent…


Julian Loret de Mola Named Sunshine State Conference Pitcher of the Week

Nova Southeastern University’s Julian Loret de Mola has been named the Sunshine State Conference Pitcher of the Week for his performance last week against the Embry-Riddle Eagles, the third such honor for a Sharks pitcher this season, joining two-time Pitcher of the Week Alex Mateo. After being recognized in the…


No. 5 Women’s Golf Team Compete against Supremely Stacked Field at NCAA South Super Regional

  The No. 5 Nova Southeastern University women’s golf team will be appearing in the NCAA postseason for the 14th consecutive time, as the No. 4 seed in the 2016 NCAA South Super Regional, to be held in Pensacola May 2-4. The Sharks have participated in postseason play every year…


NSU Track and Field Garners Multiple Individual Peach Belt Conference Awards

Nova Southeastern University track and field team received multiple awards over the weekend at the Peach Belt Conference Championships, hosted by the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. On Saturday, April 23 the Sharks received the PBC Men’s Track and Field Coach of the Year, Freshman Field Athlete of the…


Community News

NSU Relief Efforts for Ecuador – Bring items to Help Victims

Students, faculty, and staff at NSU will be organizing a food and clothing donation drive to assist the victims of the tragic earthquake that took place off the coast of Quito, Ecuador. Donation bins will be placed in the Don Taft University Center, HPD Terry building, Carl DeSantis building, and…


CEC’s AIS Student Chapter and Student Government Build Robots and Teach Coding to First Graders

NSU’s College of Engineering and Computing’s (CEC) Association of Information Systems (AIS) Student Chapter and CEC’s Student Government, recently hosted first-graders from St. Jerome Catholic School in Fort Lauderdale. The day started with an introduction to robots and coding, followed by hands on experience building robots lead by members of…


NSU hosts Multimedia Camp for High School Students

Registration is now open for NSU’s Multimedia Camp for high school students. The camp will take place June 20 – June 23 on the Fort Lauderdale/Davie campus and will offer residential and commuter opportunities. NSU staff and faculty receive a 25% discount. Campers can choose from 3 tracks: Digital Arts,…


Behavioral Neuroscience offers training program for high school students

The NSU College of Psychology, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience is excited to offer a 2-week (9 am – 12:30 pm) discovery-based Behavioral Neuroscience training program for rising high school juniors and seniors. The camp is being offered from July 11 – 22, 2016 on NSU’s main campus. Students will…


Campus Rec

Register for the Water Safety Instructor Course

Registration for upcoming Water Safety Instructor classes is now open. Why become an instructor? Teach individuals survival swimming and potential lifesaving skills in aquatic environments Help people build confidence in and around the water Learn presentation, demonstration, management, and public speaking skills that are transferable in any work environment Highly sought after…


Prenatal Fitness and Yoga Classes offered at RecPlex

NSU’s Office of Recreation and Wellness are now offering Prenatal Fitness and Yoga Classes. For this four week long session, take the time to center, connect and focus on yourself and your baby. Yoga on Tuesdays, noon – 1:00 p.m. with Amy, Certified Yoga Instructor Fitness on Thursdays, noon –…


Check out the RecPlex Group Exercise Schedule

Where can you get over 160 chances a month to work with a certified fitness professional? The NSU RecPlex is your answer! The NSU Office of Campus Recreation offers over 40 group exercise classes each week. Certified fitness professionals will lead you through a safe, efficient, and dynamic workout that…


University School

NSU University Scschool Students Qualify for the 2016 National Speech and Debate Tournament

Congratulations to the NSU University School Speech and Debate team members who are eligible to compete in the 2016 USA World Schools Debate Invitational. We commend your achievements so far this year and wish you the best of luck at nationals! The NSU University School representatives are: Thomas Ebenger &…


Last Chance to Receive 45% Off at Camp Nova this Summer!

Camp Nova at NSU University School is open to students in kindergarten to grade 11, and provides campers with a summer full of smiles, laughs, fun with new friends, and plenty of good memories. Students can spend their summer mastering the art of archery, stunting in cheerleading, learning martial arts,…


Bound For Broadway Camp – NSU Discount Available

The NSU University School introduces “BOUND FOR BROADWAY” Summer Program for students age 11-18 and will run through June 13-July 8 from 9:00 a.m-3:30 p.m. with no camp on Monday, July 4. This camp is an immersive theatrical experience, designed to cultivate campers’ understanding in both performance and technical aspects…


Do you know a Student Looking for a Fun Summer Job?

Camp Nova at NSU University School is hiring for the following positions: Junior Camp Counselor Senior Camp Counselor Specialty Counselor To apply for any of the positions listed, please visit NSUJOBS.COM or call 954-262-4521.


NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale

You Belong – Free NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale Membership!

All NSU students, faculty, and staff are entitled to Free Museum Membership. VIP Access From art exhibitions and behind-the scenes talks with world-famous artists, to music, dance and film, membership at NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale gives you VIP ACCESS to unique social and educational happenings. Connect Museum membership is a…


NSU Health Care Centers

Take Advantage of NSU’s Employee Health and Wellness Center

Did you know? Nova Southeastern University’s Employee Health and Wellness Center is  open and run exclusively by NSU faculty physicians from NSU’s College of Osteopathic Medicine. They are Jill Wallace-Ross, D.O., board certified in family medicine; Pamela Moran-Walcutt, D.O., board certified in family medicine; and Gary Hill, D.O., board certified…


NSU Alumni Spotlight

NSU Alumnus and Health Policy Expert Discusses the Historical Context and Impact of ObamaCare

Daniel E. Dawes, J.D., a NSU alumnus, author, and health policy director who played a role in the development of the Affordable Care Act, spoke to the NSU community at the Rose and Alfred Miniaci Performing Arts Center on April 13, 2016, as part of the Distinguished Speakers Series hosted…


NSU Alumni Spotlight: Doctoral Alum inducted into Palo Alto Network’s Cybersecurity Canon

Jack Freund, Ph.D., a graduate of NSU’s College of Engineering and Computing (class of 2012), was recently inducted into Palo Alto Network’s Cybersecurity Canon for the book he coauthored, Measuring and Managing Information Risk: A FAIR Approach on cyber risk quantification. The goal of the Cybersecurity Canon Project is to…