Coming in as the No. 7 seed in the NCAA Div. II South Region Tournament, the Nova Southeastern women’s basketball team defied the odds, taking down the top-seeded Florida Southern Moccasins in the championship game, earning its fourth trip in the Elite Eight in program history.
The success of the show Hamilton has brought the life of this founding father into the public eye. A new exhibition and series of talks titled “Alexander Hamilton: Immigrant, Patriot, Visionary” at Nova Southeastern University is taking a deeper look at Hamilton’s life and work.
On Friday, March 15th, students in the Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine found out where they were headed to pursue the next phase of their medical education. Family and faculty members joined students as they ripped open their envelopes to see where they were spending the next 4 years.
A new FDA-approved drug for medication-resistant depression is coming to South Florida next week. The drug is called esketamine, which is marketed as Spravato, and it is a nasal spray that quickly reduces severe depression. The nasal spray is supposed to give relief from depression within hours, which could be a huge breakthrough for people who are at risk for suicide. Continue Reading
Curtis Jones, Ed.D., a graduate from NSU’s Abraham S. Fischler College of Education, recently was honored as Georgia’s Superintendent of the Year at the Georgia School Board Association’s Winter Conference in Atlanta. The GSSA said it was Dr. Jone’s initiatives to get more students reading at grade level and increasing the district’s graduation rate that made him stand out.