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Tag Archives: NBC 6

H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business & Entrepreneurship Featured on NBC-6

  NBC-6 Miami’s “6 in the Mix” show featured NSU’s H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business & Entrepreneurship and it’s MBA Program. What’s more, NBC-6 is home to an NSU student – Ivelisse Aparicio, who is studying marketing – and she gets a “shout out” by the show’s host! You…


Guy Harvey and NSU’s GHRI Tag & Track Migratory Movements of Mako Sharks


Interview with Center for Psychological Studies’ Lenore E.A. Walker, Ed.D., on “Honor Violence” Goes Global

Interview with Walker appears in Online Version of London Daily News.


Center for Psychological Studies’ Lenore E.A. Walker, Ed.D., Interviewed about “Honor Violence” and Details Surrounding Child Abuse Case

Walker said the alleged abuse in this case is similar to an honor killing.


Meteors Happen Every Day

Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences Assistant Professor Stefan Kautsch, Ph.D., said it is “very exciting” that three events occurred in the skies above Earth this weekend, during an interview with NBC 6 TV. You may not see a meteor passing through the South Florida sky every night, but Sunday…


SHSS Faculty Interviewed by Media on Hugo Chavez

Dustin Berna, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Conflict Analysis and Resolution (DCAR) in the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences (SHSS), was interviewed by NBC 6 Miami regarding the health of Hugo Chavez, his recent trip to Cuba for surgery and how his health may have an…


Dustin Berna, Ph.D., SHSS Faculty Interviewed by NBC 6 on Hugo Chavez’s Health and Impact on Upcoming Elections

Berna is a political scientist who has an interest in political systems and regimes and their impact on domestic and global affairs.


Floods Bring Maze of Problems for Miami

The flood will go away but the higher prices will come later,” said Albert Williams, a professor at Nova Southeastern University.

Williams said that everything has an optimal planting season, and as millions of seeds float down the river, millions of people across the country will be affected.


Scott Poland, Ed.D, Interviewed by NBC 6 on Video Game Addiction

Scott Poland, Ed.D., was interviewed by NBC 6 on video game addiction indicating that in some instances the addiction can be the result of a personality factor.


NSU Institute for Child Health Policy pushes drowning prevention to forefront

NSU’s Institute for Child Health Policy is pushing the issue of drowning prevention for children to the forefront this summer asSouth Florida continues to lead the nation in drowning deaths involving children. The institute, led by director Deborah Mulligan, M.D., who is also an emergency room pediatrician at Joe DiMaggio…


MSI Dean featured on NBC 6’s Today in South Florida

Roni Leiderman, Ph.D., dean of the Mailman Segal Institute, appeared on a segment of NBC 6’s Today in South Florida with Pam Giganti about autism. Today in South Florida airs during the local segment of the Today Show.  Leiderman discussed the newest developments in autism assessment and the programs available…