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Community News

Miniaci Performing Arts Center welcomes Entertainer/Actor Hal Linden, Feb. 24

NSU students, faculty, staff and alumni will receive $10 off select seats for the following upcoming show. A valid NSU Shark card is required. Purchase online or by phone with promo code “NSU2020.” (Only 2 tickets per NSU ID.) NSU ID must be shown when picking up tickets. Tickets available…

Next Faculty Syposium, Feb. 7

The next Faculty Symposium will be held on Thursday, Feb. 7 in the Faculty Shark Club (Rosenthal Building). The topic for discussion will be “Prescription Drug Abuse and Diversion.” Speakers from the Center for Applied Research on Substance Use and Health Disparities (ARSH) include: Hilary Surratt, Ph.D.; Steven Kurtz, Ph.D.;…

Shark Dining Celebrates Black History Month with Special Menu

Shark Dining will offer Soul Food menu options during the month of February in honor of Black History Month. Come to the HPD Café in the Morton Terry Building and to the Food Court in the Don Taft University Center to sample tasty treats that are sure to whet your…

NSU competes in Recyclemania 2013, Ends March 30

Nova Southeastern University is one of over 600 colleges and universities competing in Recyclemania 2013 a friendly competition and benchmarking tool for measuring recycling and waste reduction. Recycling collection bins are all over campus so let’s keep filling them up. Although the competition runs from February 3  – March 30,…

NSU Library’s Circle of Friends Hosts “Exploring Ancient Florida” in Celebration of “Viva Florida 500,” Feb. 12

Step back in time with the Circle of Friends of NSU’s Alvin Sherman Library as Rachel Wentz, Ph.D., “Explores Ancient Florida” on Tuesday, Feb. 12. Imagine what Florida was like for the earliest Native Americans. Learn about the changes which occurred millions of years ago and how the peninsula that…

Five Honorees Receive ‘President’s Excellence in Community Service Award’ at 15th Annual Celebration of Excellence

Celebrate 10 Years of Going Red on National Wear Red Day, Feb. 1

  Wear red on Friday, Feb. 1 for the 10th Annual National Wear Red Day and raise awareness about women and heart disease. Help us make America Go Red this February. Here are just a few ideas: • Paint the town red! Whether it’s your home, or your neighborhood Main…

Join Us for the Next Installment of Diversity Dialogues, Feb. 5

Bring your lunch and join fellow faculty, staff and students on the first Tuesday of each month for Diversity Dialogues. The next Dialogue is scheduled to take place on Feb. 5 at noon in President’s Dining Room, Horvitz Administration Building. The  speaker will be Delores M. Smiley, Ed.D., executive director…

NSU Remembers ‘Doc Hersey’

On Tuesday, Dec. 18, Paul “Doc” Hersey, Ph.D., founder and chairman of the board of The Center for Leadership Studies, passed away peacefully at the age of 81. In his final moments, he was surrounded by his loving wife Suzie, close family and friends. Hersey was internationally recognized as a…

Undergraduate College Preview Days Draws Record Number of Students

NSU’s Enrollment and Student Services (ESS) Office of Undergraduate Admissions recently hosted College Preview Day and welcomed more than 425 attendees.  NSU President George L. Hanbury II, Ph.D., kicked off the day by welcoming the visitors, who then met with faculty and staff, attended admissions presentations and toured the campus….

Premier Series Production to Provide Twist on Classic Greek Play, Ends Feb. 24

See a post-apocalyptic adaptation of an ancient Greek tragedy, with the latest Premier Series production by the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences Division of Performing and Visual Arts. The Trojan Women | Premier Series By Euripides | Adapted by Ellen McLaughlin Feb. 15–24 Fridays and Saturdays | 7:30 p.m….

Experience Symphonic Fiesta—A Concert of Latin Music, Dance by Ars Flores, Feb. 23

In partnership with the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences, the Ars Flores Symphony Orchestra will present a concert of Latin-American music, featuring performances by singers and dancers from Miami’s Sociedad Pro-Arte Grateli. Symphonic Fiesta | Ars Flores Symphony Orchestra Saturday, Feb. 23 7:30 p.m. | Pre-concert lecture at 6:30…

NSU Celebrates Black History Month! Events begin Feb. 5

NSU’s Black History Month celebration begins! Mark your calendar for this week’s stimulating and entertaining events: Tuesday, February 5  Ripley Ohio: Gateway to Freedom on the “Underground Railroad”, Noon – 1:00 p.m. Please join Peter Caproni, Ph.D. from the Center for Psychological Studies, as he explores the role of his…

Star in Annual Festival of Students Works Production—Open Auditions on Feb. 4

Attention all aspiring actors: The Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences will host theatre auditions for the Festival of Student Works, an annual Studio Series production hosted by the college’s Division of Performing and Visual Arts and starring NSU students. Theatre Auditions for Festival of Student Works Monday, Feb. 4…

Huizenga School welcomes First African-American Woman to Earn a Harvard M.B.A., Feb. 21

The H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship  welcomes  entrepreneur Lillian Lincoln Lambert on Thursday, Feb. 21, 10:30 am for the 2013 Distinguished Lecture Series. Lambert is the owner of the building services company, Centennial One, and author of the 2010 book, The Road to Someplace Better: From the…

NSU Arena to host Paula Fernandes Concert, Feb. 8

Entertainer Paula Fernandes will be in Concert at the NSU Arena – Friday, Feb. 8. Tickets on sale now! See flyer for details….

“Dive In” a Lecture Series from the OC, May 15

NSU’s Oceanographic Center will host a lecture series to bring coral reef science and conservation to the Southeast Florida community. See flyer for details….

Next Climate-Sustainability Talk to Examine How Climate Impacts Humans, Feb. 1

The semester’s first talk in the Climate-Sustainability Lecture Series, hosted by the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences, will feature a discussion about the impact of climate on human activity. Climate-Sustainability Lecture Series “Causality Between Climate and Human Activity” Christopher Harrison, Ph.D. (University of Miami) Friday, Feb. 1 Noon–1:00 p.m….

Share Your Story on the Silver Screen—Enter the Annual Undergraduate Film Festival, Feb. 7

This is an open call from the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences to all aspiring student filmmakers. Directors, editors, cinematographers, actors and actresses, screenplay writers—any NSU undergraduate students interested in developing a short film—are encouraged to apply for the seventh annual Undergraduate Film Festival. Students of all experience levels…

Deadline to submit for the 2013 Undergraduate Student Symposium, Feb. 22

Are you on the brink of a new discovery? Perhaps you have academic research, artistic work, or a class assignment that you’d like to share with the NSU community. If so, consider submitting your work for the 2013 Undergraduate Student Symposium, hosted by the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences….

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