News Briefs, Feb, 6, 2018

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Deadline approaches for submissions for the Undergraduate Student Symposium

The deadline to submit a proposal to the Undergraduate Student Symposium closes on Feb. 9. The symposium is an annual NSU event where students present their findings in research or their film production skills. The event will take place on April 6 and is open to all NSU students. To apply, go to honors.nova.edu/student-symposium/index.html.

Hanbury continues town hall meetings

President George Hanbury held the second town hall meeting at the Fort Lauderdale/Davie campus on Jan. 30 in the Flight Deck. This was the final meeting for that campus. However, regional campuses, such as Orlando, Tampa and Palm Beach will host meetings in the coming weeks. To see the upcoming schedule, go to nova.edu/townhall/students/index.html.

Ziff Health Care Center houses interfaith room

An interfaith room is now open at Sanford L. Ziff Health Care Center on the first floor in room 4100B. It’s designated as a space for “students of all faiths and religions.”

Writing for the Young at Heart workshops begin

The Alvin Sherman Library will begin a new writing workshop series on Feb. 10 at 2 p.m. called “Writing for the Young at Heart,” which will focus on writing young adult novels. A total of three sessions will be led by published authors and members of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. To RSVP, visit lib.nova.edu/authors or  call 954-262-5477.

Office of Career Development hosts resume critiques

The Office of Career Development will host “Will You Be My Resume?” a networking event where industry professionals open their services to critique student resumes. The event will take place on Feb. 13 in the clubroom of the Don Taft University Center from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. To register, go to app.joinhandshake.com/events/115072.

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