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New Bachelor of Science available in Public Health

The College of Osteopathic Medicine adds a new bachelor degree in public health and has accepted the minor of the same name from the Halmos College. Students who would like to learn more information can contact Kristi Messer at atkm1320@nova.edu.

Guy Harvey Research Institute discovers shark mortality higher than thought

In collaboration with the University of Rhode Island, NSU’s Guy Harvey Research Institute has published a new study using satellite tags that found the fishing mortality rate of Shortfin Mako Sharks in the North Atlantic is ten times higher than researchers previously believed. The research team is still tracking the sharks, and share their information at nova.edu/sharktracking. Students who would like to know more about the research can visit nsunews.nova.edu/the-oceans-fastest-shark-is-being-threatened-by-over-fishing/.

Student Organizations can begin tailgate hosting

As Fins Football tickets become available to students, student organizations now have the opportunity to host tailgates at Shark Village. Tailgates will include music, games, water and giveaways. To participate, student organizations should contact finsfootball@nova.edu.

Shark Shuttle changes

As of Monday, Aug. 21, the Shark Shuttle’s routes, times and locations have changed. The changes can be seen under the Shark Shuttle section of the iShark App as well as at each stop. Students with questions about an individual stop can visit nova.edu/nextbus.

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