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NSU Home to National Expert on Campus Shootings / School Violence

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FORT LAUDERDALE/DAVIE, Fla. – It’s happened again – yet another school shooting. Santa Fe High School has now joined Stoneman Douglas High, Columbine High and Sandy Hook Elementary as members of a club that that no one wants to be part of – schools that have experienced…

NSU Experts Offer Support and Guidance Following Parkland School Shooting

NSU’s College of Psychology, College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences and the Mailman Segal Center have come forward in many ways to help those impacted by the February 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. Psychologists from the College of Psychology worked hand in hand with…

NSU’s Scott Poland, Ed.D., and Doug Flemons, Ph.D., Discuss Suicide Awareness and Prevention in Miami Herald Guest Editorial

National experts in the area of bullying and suicide prevention, Scott Poland, Ed.D. and Doug Flemons, Ph.D., from Nova Southeastern University’s Office of Suicide and Violence Prevention highlight statistics on the U.S. national suicide rate as well as the university’s efforts to help develop strategies for preventing suicide and violence….

NSU’s Scott Poland and Stephanie Guedj Discuss Bullying Prevention in Sun Sentinel and Huffington Post Guest Editorial

Scott Poland, Ed.D., and Stephanie Guedj, B.A, from NSU’s Office of Suicide and Violence Prevention  urge that installing  programs  to prevent suicide should be an element of bullying prevention. In an opinion editorial in Sun Sentinel and Huffington Post Poland and Guedj state that awareness of the risk factors and warning…


Free seminar will outline the impact of suicide in schools, families, friends and the community


Open House to be held at NSU’s Miami Student Educational Center on Saturday, July 27th

CPS Faculty Presents at Louisiana School Climate Institute

Center for Psychological Studies Professor Scott Poland, E.d. D., provided one of the keynote addresses and presented at several sessions during the Second Annual Louisiana School Climate Institute in Shreveport, Louisiana. Poland’s keynote address during the three day conference focused on the importance of mental health services in schools. His…

Scott Poland, Ed.D, of the Center for Psychological Studies Talks About the Long term Impact of Horrific Events

Scott Poland, Ed.D., professor and co-director of the Suicide and Violence Prevention Office at the Center for Psychological Studies, was interviewed by Bloomberg News on the lingering effects of horrific events.  Poland explained, “We want this to be over in a couple of days, but unfortunately, it’s not over in…

CPS Faculty and Post Doctoral Resident Provide Assistance to High School in Crisis

Tragedy struck Episcopal High School in Jacksonville, FL. recently when an instructor whose services had been terminated earlier in the morning, shot and killed the high school’s headmaster, Dale Regan. The teacher then turned the gun on himself. Regan had worked at the school for 34 years. Center for Psychological…

Suicide Awareness Seminar to be Given by Renowned NSU Expert

Free seminar to be given by Scott Poland, Ed.D., at NSU’s Palm Beach Student Educational Center on Saturday, June 16th

Who’s Bullying Whom? Discussions about an important issue, Oct. 24

Frank discussions with parents, psychologist, school board officials and law enforcement officers on how we can all help put an end to bullying. Hosted by Nova Southeastern University & the Sun Sentinel, the forum is FREE and open to the public: Monday, Oct. 24 – 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Alvin…

NSU’s Office of Suicide & Violence Prevention Announces Newest Edition of Quarterly Newsletter

NSU’s Office of Suicide & Violence Prevention has published the second issue of their quarterly newsletter. This edition of the informative and engaging newsletter will include topics on the Henderson Student Counseling Center, how to get involved in suicide prevention and who to call in times of crisis. You may…