NSU men and women’s cross country and track and field Head Coach Bryan Hagopian is no stranger to the world of college athletics. Hagopian has coached at several different colleges in all three of the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s divisions and founded teams at Mount Senario College and College of Mount Saint Joseph.
On Nov. 27 in the Carl DeSantis Building, Holocaust survivor Hanna Temel shared stories of her battle to stay alive during the Holocaust. Around 85 students attended
The fourth annual Qualitative Report’s two-day conference will be held Jan. 18-19 on the main campus to help researchers produce and improve qualitative research. The conference is affiliated with The Qualitative Report, an online journal, and is sponsored by NSU’s Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences. This year’s theme is “Qualitative Re-search and Technology.”
NSU’s Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement is set to host the 2013 Winter Leadership Conference on Jan. 19, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Carl DeSantis Building. The event will consist of a series of workshop sessions on diversity, time management, effective advertising, team-building, and other topics to benefit student leaders.
On Jan. 26, the Health Professions Division’s Institute for Educational Research will sponsor the fifth biannual Health Professions Educational Research Symposium. This daylong conference is …
NSU’s Graduate School of Computer and Information Science will host the 2012 “ITPalooza —South Florida Tech Holiday Party” on Dec. 12. South Florida Technology Groups will partner together to host a variety of tech meetings, informational discussions, and holiday networking parties — all free and open to the public.
The Health Professions Division’s Effective Writing Center is now officially open to College of Health Care Science students for coaching sessions with one of five experienced writers. The Center aims to improve students’ skills in writing — a subject that is typically given less attention by students of science.
The bright lights and towering buildings, the glitz and glam of high fashion, the rush of the stock exchange, and the never-ending sounds of busy …
It’s no secret that college students make up a large percentage of illegal marijuana users across the United States. But as of Dec. 5, in Massachusetts, Colorado and Washington, anyone over 21 is now free to blow smoke rings as they choose.
When former Newsweek writer Maziar Bahari visited Nova Southeastern University on October 18 as part of the Farquhar College of Arts and Science’s Distinguished Speaker …