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CAHSS CSI ExEL Event: Where Undergraduate Students Solve Crimes

The caper was dastardly; Dean Honggang Yang was abducted right in plain sight! Who were the culprits? Why did they do it?  What clues do we have? Can we get our dean back? This was the scenario for the CAHSS Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) ExEL event held at the Performing…


FCE Kicks Off Their FY18 Faculty and Staff Campaign

NSU’s Fischler College of Education kicked off their FY18 Faculty and Staff Campaign on November 8.  The Office of Annual Giving was on hand to answer questions, facilitate payroll deductions and accept day of donations. All enjoyed breakfast provided by the Office of Annual Giving and special NSU giveaways. At the…


NSU’s College of Engineering and Computing Hosted Cybersecurity Day

Cybersecurity Day was a success! College of Engineering and Computing recently hosted yet another great Cybersecurity Day event. Dr. Levy organized the event and spoke to about 100 students from Miami Dade Education Center and G. Holmes Braddock High School. The event welcomed a few distinguished experts in Cybersecurity, such…


Patel College of Health Care Sciences Hosts 11th Annual Ethics Bowl

Recently, the Multicultural Affairs Committee hosted the HPD’s 11th annual Ethics Bowl competition, which featured eight student teams. Participating academic programs included the College of Nursing—Fort Lauderdale; the College of Dental Medicine; Anesthesiologist Assistant— Fort Lauderdale; the College of Nursing—Miami; the College of Osteopathic Medicine; Occupational Therapy— Fort Lauderdale; the…


NSU Branch of AAUW Welcomes PACE students for Second Session of E-STEAM

Eleven students from the PACE Center for Girls visited NSU for their second session of the “E-STEAM (Exploring – Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math) Project for Girls”. This experiential learning initiative is dedicated to encouraging girls to pursue higher education and STEAM careers by way of mentorship, interactive activities,…


November is Diabetes Awareness Month: NSU Invites You to Get Your Annual Eye Examination

Nearly half of Americans have diabetes or are at high risk for it. Reviewing the Center for Disease Control’s National Diabetes Statistics Report for 2017, diabetes continues to be a growing problem. Specifically, this sight-stealing condition affects more than 30.3 million, or 1 in 10 Americans, with about 7.2 million…


NSU’s FSHP Student-Pharmacist Inaugural Mentor Program

Nova Southeastern University College of Pharmacy (NSU COP), in partnership with the Southeast and Palm Beach chapters of Florida Society of Health-System Pharmacists (FSHP), and the student chapters from NSU COP and Palm Beach Atlantic University (PBA), held the first student-pharmacist mentor program at Cleveland Clinic Florida, in Weston, FL, in…


Physical Therapy students celebrate the Physical Therapy Month

Physical therapy students from Nova Southeastern University (Main Campus) celebrated physical therapy month in October. On Wednesday, October 18, competitions were promoted to spread information around the College of Health Care Sciences.  The event was held by the 2019 and 2020 PT class in the atrium of the Health Professions…


NSU’s Fischler College of Education Students Resume Classes in Puerto Rico

NSU’s Fischler College of Education classes in Puerto Rico have resumed after the devastation from Hurricane Maria. The San Juan Regional campus is currently open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Over the past month, NSU and the Patel Family Foundation have organized private flights to the island, delivering over…


College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Students’ Mural Painted at TRED’s Reception Area

In collaboration with Professor Kandy Lopez-Moreno and her students from the Department of Performing and Visual Arts at the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS), Painting I course, participated in a mural designing contest with the administrative offices of Translational Research and Economic Development led by H. Thomas Temple,…


Fischler College of Education Hosts its First Early Immersion Experience “Teachme2Teach”

NSU’s Fischler College of Education (FCE) held its first early immersion experience on October 18.  The experience provided undergraduate students an opportunity to engage in group discussions facilitated by FCE educators and administrators, and participate in classroom observations at NSU’s University School. The “Teachme2Teach” experience is intended to assist students…


Halmos College Physics Faculty Presents at Mathematics Colloquium

Halmos Faculty Member Diego Castano, Ph.D. will be presenting a talk entitled, “Relativity from Mathematics or Why Newton Could have Beaten Einstein to the Punch”. This talk will discuss the fact that while Special Relativity was developed by Albert Einstein and relied upon the theory of electromagnetism (fully developed in…


FCE’s Hispanic Heritage Committee Collects School Supplies and Toys for Two South Florida Schools Affected by Hurricane Irma

NSU’s Abraham S. Fischler College of Education Hispanic Heritage Committee, celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month by giving. The committee collected school supplies and toys for two South Florida Schools which were heavily affected by Hurricane Irma, Big Pine Academy, located in the Florida Keys and Rayma C. Page Elementary School in…


NSU’s Abraham S. Fischler College of Education (FCE) Holds Dean’s List Reception

NSU’s Abraham S. Fischler College of Education (FCE) held its Winter 2017 Dean’s List reception on October 12, 2017. Associate Dean, Dana Mills, Ph.D., offered congratulations to students who were treated to lunch prior to receiving their Dean’s list pin and certificates. Faculty members and staff joined the celebration and recognized…


NSU President Featured in Sun Sentinel’s South Florida 100

Last week, the Sun Sentinel selected South Florida’s 100 most influential people to share their thoughts on current and future events. The Sun Sentinel featured NSU President George Hanbury, PH.D., who talked about the preliminary accreditation given to NSU’s College of Allopathic Medicine. “I am proud that in addition to our existing…


Cancer Research Is Making a Difference at NSU

During the month of October, NSU shines a spotlight on our Cancer Research initiatives. Housed in the state-of-the-art Center for Collaborative Research, these four centers are providing pioneering research for the NSU community. The NSU AutoNation Institute for Breast and Solid Tumor Cancer Research is exploring new and innovative techniques…


NSU Community Hurricane Relief Efforts

The Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement has coordinated the following opportunities for members of the NSU Community to become civically engaged in hurricane relief efforts. Please contact slce@nova.edu or 954-262-7195 for more information or to find ways to help support our NSU Community and our surrounding areas. Donations…


Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at NSU

NSU’s celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month is in full swing! Visit www.nova.edu/hispanicheritage for a complete listing of events. Don’t miss this week’s Hispanic Heritage Month events:   Tuesday, October 10 Paco Moreno & Friends: Hispanic Heritage Month Concert for Kids 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM Musician/Educator Paco Moreno and surprise…


Fall/Winter 2017 Dollar$ and $ense Newsletter Now Available

Enrollment and Student Services (ESS) has published the Fall/Winter 2017 issue of the Dollar$ and $ense student newsletter. This issue provides students with important information relating to the financial aid application process, scholarships, updates regarding federal and state financial aid, deadlines, and more. The newsletter is available on the NSU…


Captain is Back! Marine Environmental Education Center Reopens after Hurricane Irma

Captain, the educational green sea turtle, has returned from her hurricane Irma evacuation to Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium. She is in good health and is ready to welcome the public. The Marine Environmental Education Center (MEEC) is open to the public Tuesday – Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5…


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