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Catch Trio of Bossa Nova Chorale Performances Across South Florida

By wlchrist Join the Bossa Nova Chorale, accompanied by an organ and a chamber orchestra, for the South Florida premiere of Dan Forrest’s Requiem for the Living. Add in performances by the Nova Singers and that means nearly 200 magnificent musicians showcasing a splendid selection of Broadway tunes, spiritual songs, and more! Enjoy three concerts at venues across Broward County: Friday, Mar. 14 | 8:00 p.m. Plantation United Methodist Church 1001 NW 70th Ave., Plantation, FL 33313 (954) 584-7500 Sunday, Mar. 16 | 4:00 p.m. First Presbyterian Church 2331 NE 26th Ave., Pompano Beach, FL 33062 (954) 941-2308 Tuesday, Mar. 18 | 7:30 p.m. St. Sebastian Catholic Church 2000 Marietta Dr., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316 (954) 524-9344 Tickets to each performance are available at a charge of $5 for students (with ID), $10 for seniors, and $15 for general admission at the door ($10 in advance). For more information, visit www.nova.edu/novasingers. …read more Source: NSU News...
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NSU’s Huizenga School of Business to Host Lunch and Learn Seminar on Immigration Options for Students

By wlchrist Interested in learning more about your options as a foreign national? Join us for an informative talk with Glenn Cooper, J.D., immigration attorney and NSU alumnus. Discussions will focus on options for students with F-1 visa status, immigration tracks towards permanent residency and more. The seminar is FREE and open to NSU students but you must R.S.V.P. Lunch will be served. Event Information Thursday, Mar. 27 at Noon Executive Conference Center | Sales Institute Carl DeSantis Building For more information or to register contact ma1724@nova.edu. …read more Source: NSU News...
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NSU College of Osteopathic Medicine Graduate Named Humanitarian of the Year

By wlchrist Joshua D. Lenchus, D.O., R.Ph., FACP, SFHM Joshua D. Lenchus, D.O., R.Ph., FACP, SFHM, a graduate of the NSU College of Osteopathic Medicine, has been named Humanitarian of the Year by the Soref Jewish Community Center in Plantation. Lenchus, who serves as president of the Jackson Health System medical staff, will be honored on April 27 at the Signature Grand in Davie. Among his many accomplishments, Lenchus has provided testimony during multiple state legislative sessions, where he advocates for public policy affecting the availability of high-quality and affordable health care. …read more Source: NSU News...
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NSU Names New Executive Director of Development

By wlchrist Terry Mularkey, CFRE NSU’s Vice President for Advancement and Community Relations Jennifer O’Flannery Anderson, Ph.D., recently announced the appointment of Terry Mularkey, CFRE, as executive director of development. In this role, Mularkey will oversee the university’s comprehensive major gift fundraising program. “Terry brings a wealth of successful fundraising and management experience to NSU,” O’Flannery Anderson said. “His expertise will be instrumental in connecting donors with opportunities to realize their dreams through philanthropy at NSU. This in turn will help the university to reach our Vision 2020 goals.” Mularkey possesses a unique combination of private industry, higher education, health and military experience. He arrives at NSU after having served as senior director of business development for Sodexo, a food services and facilities management company. He has held several leadership positions during his tenure at Halifax Health Hospice, including as chief development officer. In the education industry, he served as president for Father Lopez High School in Daytona Beach; as vice president and chief development officer for The Citadel Foundation in Charleston, S.C; and as executive director for alumni relations at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Prior to starting his fundraising career, Mularkey served as a U.S. Army Officer …read more Source: NSU News...
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Nova Southeastern University Names Terry Mularkey as NSU’s Executive Director of Development

By ak927 Terry Mularkey, CFRE, appointed as executive director of development for Nova Southeastern University FORT LAUDERDALE-DAVIE, Fla.– February 28, 2014 – Nova Southeastern University (NSU) Vice President for Advancement and Community Relations Jennifer O’Flannery Anderson, Ph.D., recently announced the appointment of Terry Mularkey, CFRE, as executive director of development. In this role, Mularkey will oversee the university’s comprehensive major gift fundraising program. “Terry brings a wealth of successful fundraising and management experience to NSU,” O’Flannery Anderson said. “His expertise will be instrumental in connecting donors with opportunities to realize their dreams through philanthropy at NSU. This in turn will help the university to reach our Vision 2020 goals.” Mularkey possesses a unique combination of private industry, higher education, health and military experience. He arrives at NSU after having served as senior director of business development for Sodexo, a food services and facilities management company. He has held several leadership positions during his tenure at Halifax Health Hospice, including as chief development officer. In the education industry, he served as president for Father Lopez High School in Daytona Beach; as vice president and chief development officer for The Citadel Foundation in Charleston, S.C; and as executive …read more Source: NSU News...
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Our "Get to Know a Degree" series brings us this week to #FAU's Bachelor of Urba...

By Florida Atlantic University Our “Get to Know a Degree” series brings us this week to #FAU’s Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning. This program is designed for students who are interested in planning and community development at local, state and national levels. Also, FAU is the only university in the State University System of Florida that offers this professional degree, so we’re happy we can help plan and develop your career track in this field! …read more Source: FAU Facebook feed...
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This is a test of the FAU Alert system. If this were an actual emergency, you wo...

By Florida Atlantic University This is a test of the FAU Alert system. If this were an actual emergency, you would be provided with situation details and instructed to visit www.fau.edu for further information. No further action is necessary at this time. Thank you for your cooperation during this test. …read more Source: FAU Facebook feed...
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It's 61 days until graduation at #FAU and we couldn't be more excited for our gr...

By Florida Atlantic University It’s 61 days until graduation at #FAU and we couldn’t be more excited for our graduating Owls, though we’ll miss you all! Does anyone know the significance of “61” for Florida Atlantic? (P.S. Visit the Alumni Center between 2-4 p.m. for a chance to win a FREE cap & gown courtesy of SAA!) …read more Source: FAU Facebook feed...
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Nova Southeastern University Will Ramp Up Research with its First Supercomputer

By ak927 FORT LAUDERDALE-DAVIE, Fla.– February 26, 2014 – Nova Southeastern University’s (NSU) Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences has received a multimillion dollar IBM (NYSE: IBM) Supercomputer that will place NSU’s research at the forefront of computational biology, data mining, graphic visualization and software engineering. “The addition of the supercomputer allows NSU to join an elite group of universities with this type of research computing power,” said NSU President George L. Hanbury, Ph.D. The supercomputer was donated by Centaurus Energy of Houston, Texas. Classified as an institution with “high research activity” by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, NSU has more than 200 research projects currently underway and the acquisition of the supercomputer will play an important role in extending NSU’s research capabilities. The supercomputer will allow university researchers to create more accurate models of complex processes, and simulate problems that currently cannot be addressed with the university’s existing systems. “This IBM Supercomputer will allow researchers to analyze increasing amounts of data generated by experiments in weeks or months, rather than the years required by conventional computers,” said Eric S. Ackerman, Ph.D. Dean of NSU’s Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences. “It will also allow NSU to develop a new wave …read more Source: NSU News...
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NSU Trivial Pursuit

By mkiffin Do you know the official call letters of the NSU radio station, commonly referred to as Radio X? The call letters of Radio X are WNSU. WNSU was formed in August 1990 and under an agreement with the Broward County School Board, WNSU broadcasts on 88.5 FM after 7:00 pm. …read more Source: NSU News...
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