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Nova Southeastern University
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Tag Archives: Sun-Sentinel

NSU Expert on Coral Reefs Featured in News Story

The perils that face coral reefs across the globe is something researchers at NSU’s Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography have been studying for years. The South Florida Sun-Sentinel newspaper recently did a story on the issue, including the phenomenon of “coral bleaching” that features NSU research scientist Brian…


An excellent celebration: NSU president George L. Hanbury to honor philanthropists Winifred and Joseph Amaturo at ‘Celebration of Excellence’

Nova Southeastern University president George L. Hanbury will present the President’s Award for Excellence in Community Service to philanthropists Winifred and Joseph Amaturo at the university’s annual “Celebration of Excellence” event Feb. 1. Also special this year, the university will celebrate its 50th anniversary. “As we celebrate NSU’s 50th anniversary, it is fitting that we honor two members of our family who helped us…


Robert M. Jarvis: Gambling Amendment a Sensible Solution

Florida House Speaker Will Weatherford has begun promoting the idea of placing a constitutional amendment concerning gambling on the November 2014 ballot. He wants voters to decide if the state should expand its gambling offerings. Florida Senate President Don Gaetz tentatively has joined him, telling reporters, “I think you can…


IT Palooza networking event at Nova; IT salaries rise

Highly skilled information technology professionals in South Florida have always been able to command top pay, but a new survey shows those salaries will improve in 2014. A survey of more than 500 IT professionals and local companies conducted by SherlockTech Staffing shows double-digit increases in South Florida IT hiring and salaries….


NSU Exhibit spotlights the ‘French Anne Frank’

The Sun-Sentinel featured an article on its website spotlighting the “Hélène Berr, A Stolen Life” exhibit. The exhibit will run through January 7 and is on display in the gallery at Nova Southeastern University’s Alvin Sherman Library in Davie. Berr, who has been referred to as the ‘French Anne Frank’,…


NSU to host Internship and Job Fair, Sept. 18

Are your students looking for an internship, full-time job, or networking opportunities? Career Development is hosting the Internship and Job Fair on Wednesday, Sept. 18.  The event will take place 11:00 a.m. -2:00 p.m., in the Don Taft University Center, 2nd floor Basketball Courts. More than 40 organizations will be…


President Hanbury Pens Sun Sentinel Opinion Piece on ‘Needs of Returning Veterans’

The following opinion editorial appeared in the Tuesday, April 9 edition of the Sun Sentinel’s editorial section.   George Hanbury: Needs of returning veterans a big priority at Nova By George Hanbury Unemployment, homelessness, and mental health issues face many of our returning veterans because of their sacrifices and service….


Autism Institute Executive Director has Editorial Piece Published in Sun Sentinel

Susan Kabot, EdD, CCC-SLP ., executive director of the Autism Institute at Nova Southeastern University, pens an opinion piece for the Sun Sentinel about the staggering social and economic costs associated with autism.


Energy & Auto Industry Executives Unveil 2013 Prius and Speak to Full House at NSU

Speaking to a standing-room-only group that included members of the NSU community and business leaders,  several South Florida energy and automobile executives addressed the rising need for new and better energy policies and increased investment in clean technologies. The event, Energy and Autos, was held on Friday, Feb. 10 in…


SCIS Faculty Member discusses Hot IT Careers in Sunny South Florida

In an August 28 South Florida Sun-Sentinel article about employability in South Florida titled “Five hot career programs to make you more employable in South Florida,” Eric Ackerman, Ph.D., assistant dean and director of the Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences, offers advice on new options for students at…


Business School Professor Interviewed about Small Businesses Competing with Superstores

Robert C. Preziosi, D.P.A., professor and chair of Management at the H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship, was interviewed by the Sun-Sentinel for an article about how small businesses can compete with corporate superstores. The article title, “Total Wine’s Arrival has Merchants Concerned,” was published on June 27….


Charles Zelden, Ph.D., Discusses Rise in Hispanic Population vs. Relatively Low Percentage of Hispanics Serving as Elected Officials

Zelden shares his views on successful campaign strategies for Hispanic candidates.


Robert C. Preziosi, D.P.A., Featured in the Sun-Sentinel

Dr. Bob Preziosi, chairman of the Department of Management at Nova Southeastern University’s School of Business, said history shows that small businesses can survive in the face of competition from big corporations, provided they adapt to the new environment.


NSU Remembers Professor Edward Lieblein, Ph.D., Dean Emeritus at Memorial Service, May 12

The university will holding a memorial service for Ed Lieblein at 3 p.m. on Thursday, May 12 in the Faculty Club. We are expecting friends of Ed from around the university as well as some of Ed’s family. All are welcome to attend. A message from Chancellor Ray Ferrero, Jr.:…


Professor Mahmood Shivji’s genetics class is using DNA testing to determine if fish served at local restaurants are being mislabeled

Professor Mahmood Shivji’s genetics class is using DNA testing to determine if fish served at local restaurants are being mislabeled. Their results showed that a majority of the restaurants tested where serving fraudulent fish such as escolar being sold as white tuna. The story received FRONT page coverage in the Sun-Sentinel’s Sunday edition, as well as the Orlando Sentinel, Palm Beach Post, United Press International, WGNO, WSFL, etc.


Professor Robert C. Speth wrote an Op-Ed about the dangers of radiation exposure following the crisis at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.

Professor Robert C. Speth wrote an Op-Ed about the dangers of radiation exposure following the crisis at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. Radiation has been leaking from it since the earthquake and tsunami in March. The Op-Ed was placed in the Sun-Sentinel, Hartford Courant, and international media outlets.


Op-ed by Professor Joel Mintz, J.D., LL.M., J.S.D., appeared in today’s South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

Professor Joel Mitz, J.D., LL.M., JS. D. wrote about house-approved EPA budget cuts threaten environmental devastation, in the Sun-Sentinel. The article discusses how the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is once again under attack and how the EPA has brought us cleaner air and water over the past four decades.


Professor Quoted in Sun-Sentinel on Small Government Budgetary Problems

Huizenga Business School Professor, Jack Pinkowski, Ph.D, was quoted on in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel in a recent article examining how the city of Lauderdale Lakes “got into its budget mess”.


Dustin Berna, Ph.D. was interviewed on Middle Eastern fundamentalism and terrorism

Dustin Berna, Ph.D. – An expert on Middle Eastern fundamentalism and terrorism was interviewed by several media outlets on what the departure of former President Mubarak means for the citizens of Egypt.


Judith McKay, J.D., Ph.D. was quoted in the Sun Sentinel

Judith McKay, J.D., Ph.D. was quoted in the Sun Sentinel on the importance of establishing guidelines when sharing your home with extended family members.