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Tag Archives: software

2013 Updated HIPAA Security Information

The Office of Information Technology Security is pleased to bring you this update regarding HIPAA Security. It is important that all NSU faculty, staff, students, and other computer users that come into contact with electronic patient data understand what the HIPAA Security rule requires and comply with the policies and…


NSU Law Alumni Named ‘Most Effective Lawyers 2012’ by Daily Business Review for the Second Time

Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broard Law Center alumni Peter Herman ‘82 and Alex Brown ’04 of the firm Tripp Scott were named “Most Effective Lawyers 2012” by the Daily Business Review for the Member Services v. Security Mutual Life Insurance case, which resulted in a jury decision of $26 million in…


Eric Ackerman, Ph.D., Appointed Dean of Computer Sciences College

Nova Southeastern University (NSU) President George L. Hanbury II, Ph.D., recently announced the appointment of Eric S. Ackerman, Ph.D., as dean of NSU’s Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences (SCIS). Ackerman, who has served as associate dean and assistant dean with SCIS since 2000, has been serving in the…


Computer & Information Sciences School Hosts Special Presentation by TradeStation Technologies

Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences will host a special event presented by TradeStation Technologies on Wed., Jan. 23 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. in room 1047 of the Carl DeSantis Building. Representatives from the company will be on hand to introduce their company, demo the TradeStation and Web…


GSCIS Offers Six New Concentrations for the M.S. in Computer Science

The Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences is pleased to announce a revised and expanded Master of Science in Computer Science program, starting fall 2012. The revised program features a smaller core and six new concentrations to allow students to specialize in one of the many exciting aspects of…


Computer Sciences School Doctoral Student Visits Kenya to Develop Human Resource Software

Eric Straw, alumnus of the M.S. in Computer Information Systems program and current doctoral student at NSU’s Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences, recently visited Nairobi, Kenya with a group of students who are developing human resources software for Bible Translation & Literacy Kenya (BTL). Straw is currently teaching…


Undergraduate Admissions to host New Major Day

NSU has four new majors and students are invited to visit our campus and learn all about them! The Office of Undergraduate Admissions will be hosting New Major Day on Friday, April 6 in the Carl DeSantis Building on NSU’s main campus. Registration opens at 8:00 am, and the program…


Nova Southeastern University Researcher Invents Software to Predict Lionfish Invasion

A Nova Southeastern University (Nova) researcher has invented software that helps predict invasion patterns of the lionfish, a predatory specie that has invaded South Florida’s coastal waters as well as the Loxahatchee River.