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Tag Archives: Jamaica

Fischler School of Education and the Jamaican Teachers Association Co-sponsor Professional Development Workshops

Faculty members from NSU’s Abraham S. Fischler School of Education, in collaboration with the Jamaica Ministry of Education and the Jamaica Teachers’ Association (JTA), recently launched the NSU-JTA Advanced Professional Seminars program. The program offers a certificate-based professional development experience for educators who serve students at all levels of education…


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


NSU Hosts Event to Recognize Reggae Golden Jubilee 50th Anniversary


NSU’s Medical School Expands Medical Outreach Trips to Developing Nations

Nova Southeastern University’s medical school recently expanded its international medical outreach programs to serve more developing nations with medical and humanitarian aid from medical students. Countries such as Vietnam have been added to the list of nations that already receive medical outreach from NSU’s College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM). Those…


NSU’s Medical School Expands Medical Outreach Trips to Developing Nations

In December, second-year medical students will take time off from their winter vacations to travel abroad to rural and medically underserved communities in Vietnam, Peru, and Jamaica to provide medical services such as physicals, cancer screenings, and other medical examinations.


NSU Celebrates International Education Week thru Nov. 16


NSU hosts Annual Celebration of Excellence


NSU’s Medical School Expands Medical Outreach Trips to Developing Nations

Countries such as Bangladesh, Peru, and Argentina have been added to the list of nations that already receive medical outreach from NSU’s College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM). Those nations include Jamaica, Ecuador, and the Dominican Republic.


Fischler School Professor Named to Jamaican Diaspora Advisory Board

NSU’s Abraham S. Fischler School of Education professor Susan Lycett Davis, Ed.D., was recently named to the Advisory Board of the Jamaican Diaspora Southern United States after a vote by Jamaican nationals across the South Florida community. Davis is now the Jamaican Diaspora Advisory Board member for the Southern United…


NSU’s Medical School Expands Medical Outreach Trips to Developing Nations

Nova Southeastern University’s medical school recently expanded its international medical outreach programs to more developing nations with medical and humanitarian aid from students. Countries such as Bangladesh, Peru, and Argentina have been added to the list of nations that already receive medical outreach from NSU’s College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM)….


Anthony DeNapoli Named Executive Director of NSU’s New Office of International Affairs

NSU Chancellor Ray Ferrero, Jr., J.D., has named Anthony J. DeNapoli, Ed.D., as Executive Director of NSU’s newly created Office of International Affairs. In his role, DeNapoli will be responsible for this newly-created office, and for coordinating and facilitating existing and new international programs, affiliations and initiatives among NSU’s schools,…


University School Students Send 45,000 Books to Jamaica

University School of NSU Upper School students have spent the past several weeks collecting, sorting, packing, and shipping more than 45,000 books to Jamaica. Students working on the Upper School’s “Books for Jamaica” project teamed up with the Upper School organization “The Future Business Leaders of America” to make history….