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Nova Southeastern University
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Tag Archives: safety

FBI Recognizes NSU for Safe Online Surfing Program

  The Federal Bureau of Investigation recently held an awards ceremony recognizing NSU for its role in developing and implementing a program to teach elementary and middle school students online safety. More than 62,000 students in 37 different states have completed the FBI-SOS (Safe Online Surfing) Internet Challenge since it…


Watch for Approaching Pedestrians!

Blinking Pedestrian Crossing signs have been installed across NSU’s main campus. These are warning signs that remind drivers to “Watch for people crossing the street. Slow down or stop if necessary.” When driving on NSU’s campus, remember to watch for approaching pedestrians. Bicyclists, skaters, and skateboarders in a crosswalk or…


Kids@Home Life Coach Helps Former Foster Teen Win Four Year Scholarship

At 17 “Mimi”, suddenly found herself part of the state foster care system, working through difficult family issues and juggling her senior year studies while trying to plan for her future.

At age 18 the state support system ended almost as suddenly as it began for Mimi. Having been in the system for less than six months, she no longer qualified for any state assistance.