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Tag Archives: math skills

Undergraduate Students Honored for Success in Math Bowl, Problem-Solving Contest

The Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences hosted a celebratory reception on Apr. 12 to recognize winners from this year’s Math Brain Bowl and Matrix column’s “Problem of the Month” contest. Brain Bowl Each year, several NSU students compete in the Math Brain Bowl, which pits teams in a tournament-style…


MSI offers Tutorial Program for Children in Grades K-5

NSU’s Mailman Segal Institute is offering Super Kids!, an innovative,  afterschool program for children in grades K-5 that uses an individualized, hands-on approach for improving reading, writing and math skills. Students are provided with tailor-made programs to suit their individual needs based on an assessment which is included at NO EXTRA…


Three Performers Explore the Future of Arts Education in America’s Schools during “The Creative Journey” – Dec. 6

In recent years, research has shown how vital the arts are to helping students develop critical thinking, better reading and math skills, and verbal communication. Incorporating art into regular classroom activities can engage and excite students, better preparing them to learn.