NSU in the News May and Early June

NSU IN THE NEWS is a snapshot of NSU media placements from May and early June 2020. The purpose of this recap is to keep you up-to-date on issues and media reports impacting the university and/or specific departments or centers. Click on the  name of the media outlet to read their story – stories that appeared out of the South Florida media market are in red (some links may have expired after this page was created.)

For this time period:

  • Potential Reach of stories related to NSU were circulated to approximately 41 million viewers;
    • For Unique Visitors Per Month (online globally), the potential viewership was approximately 769 million;
  • The estimated advertising value equivalency (AVE) of  these stories is $1.5 million.

Please visit the NSU’s Newsroom section of the university’s main website to view additional press releases, stories and more created by your media relations team.  We also encourage you to visit our Newsroom and subscribe to our RSS Feed so you can receive each of our news releases in real-time via email when they are distributed.

 

University Wide

  • Recruitment Heats Up for Nova Southeastern University Basketball
  • Florida Universities Get Grants to Boost Telehealth Training
  • South Florida 100, featuring President George Hanbury, Ph.D.
  • South Florida 100, featuring Jennifer O’Flannery Anderson, Ph.D.
  • NSU 22nd Annual Celebration of Excellence Community Leaders and NSU Donors
  • Nova Southeastern offers plan to reopen campus. UF, FIU and UM have yet to divulge schedule
  • South Florida Colleges Receive Hundreds of Millions in Coronavirus Relief Aid
  • Coronavirus Updates – Here’s What to Know
  • Broward County Leaders Discuss Plans to Reopen Next Monday

    South Florida Colleges Say They Will Open This Fall

 

Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine

The following stories feature Bindu Mayi, Ph.D.

  • Florida Dodges Huge COVID-19 Outbreak Predicted After Spring Break
  • Experts say COVID-19 Symptoms Can Vary Greatly, More Than Initially Thought
  • New CDC Guidance Says Main Transmission Of COVID-19 Is Not Through Touching Surfaces
  • Lehigh Acres Woman Continues to Test Positive for COVID for Nearly 50 Day

The following stories feature Deborah Ann Mulligan, M.D.

  • Is Working from Home Making You Sick?
  • Kids Want to Play
  • Incremental for the Greater Good
  • Uncertainties in Testing
  • Coronavirus Puts Vet’s Respiratory Issues Cause By Burn Pit To The Test, featuring Nancy Klimas, M.D.
  • Summer Camps Will Be Allowed in Florida, but Broward and Miami-Dade Wait to Decide, featuring Bruce Peters, DO
  • Female Gulf War Combat Veterans Have Persistent Symptoms More Than 25 Years Later

Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences

  • Tips for Managing Social Isolation During Coronavirus, from Women on the Autism Spectrum, featuring Sarah Ransdell, Ph.D.
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder: How People with ASD Cope with Social Isolation, featuring Sarah Ransdell, Ph.D.

College of Optometry

  • American Academy of Optometry Announces the Recipients of J&J Vision Award of Excellence,  featuring  Crystal  Victor

College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Old People are Hidden Away, Fearing For Their Lives, featuring Charles Zelden, Ph.D.
  • Broward Sheriff’s Race Rocked by Decade’s Old Incident, featuring Charles Zelden, Ph.D.

College of Psychology

  • Much Of South Florida Open, But Experts Say It May Take A While For Shoppers To Return, featuring Steve Gold, Ph.D.

Fischler College of Education and the School of Criminal Justice

  • Local Resident Named New President Of Kean University, featuring alumni Dr. Lamont Repollet
  • Morris Brown Appoints Dr. Kevin James Its 19th President, featuring FCE alum Kevin James, Ph.D.
  • All Mixed Up: It’s More Than Just an Opioid Crisis, Poly Drug Use is Poisoning Americans, featuring Jim Hall

Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography

Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship

  • Coronavirus Guts Jobs That May Never Come Back, featuring Albert Williams, Ph.D.
  • These Jobs Could Blossom in South Florida After the Coronavirus Pandemic, featuring Albert Williams, Ph.D.

Shepard Broad College of Law

The following stories feature Robert Jarvis, JD, LL.M.

  • New Details Emerge in 1993 Shooting Involving Broward Sheriff
  • Sheriff’s Race is Broward County’s Raucous Election to Watch
  • Why Some Law Firms Won’t Make It Through COVID-19
  • 2 Named to Florida’s High Court, Palm Beach Judge Not Yet Eligible
  • Judges and Gambling in American History
  • Coronavirus Florida: Bartend Sues Gov. DeSantis over “100 Percent Arbitrary” Closings
  • Broward Sheriff Wouldn’t Have Been Hired as a Cop if he Revealed he Killed a Man

NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale

  • NSU Art Museum and College of Psychology Team Up to Provide Art Focused Virtual Wellness Activities

NSU Puerto Rico Campus

  • Universities’ Transition To Online Education Raises Concerns, Opportunities, featuring NSU Puerto Rico Regional Campus

 

 

 

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