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Division of Public Relations and Marketing Communications
Nova Southeastern University
3301 College Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314-7796

(954) 262-5353
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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 Sherman Library – Second Floor Gallery

Moderated by Nicole Brochu, Senior Editorial Writer for the Sun Sentinel

Panelists include:

  • Katherine (Katie) M. Leach – Board Member, Countywide – Seat 8
  • The School Board of Broward County

  • Scott Poland, Ed.D. Associate Professor, NCSP
  • Nova Southeastern University

  • Teri Williams, M.S. Grant Manager – Project Bridge
  • The School Board of Broward County

  • Meline Kevorkian, Ed.D. – Assistant Provost
  • Nova Southeastern University

  • Ralph E. (Gene) Cash, Ph.D. – Associate Professor, NCSP
  • Nova Southeastern University

    Topics include:

    • Cyber bullying in elementary, middle and high schools
    • Bullycide – the relationship between bullying and suicide
    • Broward County School District presents what is currently being done to eradicate bullying in schools
    • Bullying, food allergies and chronic illnesses – roughly 50% of students with food allergies as well as those with chronic illnesses report being bullied because of their infirmities. Bullies deliberately attempt to expose food allergic kids to their allergens.
    • The need for schools and families to have bullying prevention/intervention plans
    • Developing trusting relationships between adults and kids; safeguarding your child
    • Keys to resilience and success for our youth.