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Clinical Mental Health Counseling Online Webinars
Learn about the clinical mental health counseling program offered by NSU at upcoming, monthly online information sessions via GoToTraining.

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Winter 2018 Professional Growth Series
Join us for our FREE Winter 2018 Professional Growth Series for business, counseling, education, and health care professions and have the opportunity to earn CEUs during certain workshops! 

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Know Your Neighbor
Meet and network with your neighbors in the local non-profit field, have the opportunity to share your experiences, knowledge, and insight, and learn about FREE resources offered to meet the needs of non-profit organizations on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 from 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

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College of Education Information Sessions
Learn about the graduate education programs offered by NSU's Fischler College of Education in Orlando at an upcoming information session.

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NSU in the News

Nova Southeastern University Uses Art Therapy to Help Patients Regain Speech
Nova Southeastern University’s Speech Language Pathology center is using art therapy to help patients regain speech after a stroke and other conditions, such as aphasia, that affect their ability to speak. In a recent interview with ABC Local 10, Wren S. Newman, SLP.D., CCC-SLP, chair and assistant professor, Speech Language...

From Castoff to ‘King Kong’: How J.D. Martinez Became One of MLB’s Most Sought-After Sluggers
Former Nova Southeastern University baseball standout J.D. Martinez is now considered “the King Kong of Slug,” but this didn’t happen overnight. It took him years of practice and hard work to become a baseball superstar. Greg Brown, Nova Southeastern University’s baseball head coach, said to ESPN, “It was a hands-first kind...

Disease Wastes South Florida’s Corals, Despite End of Bleaching
According to the Sun Sentinel, a mysterious epidemic continues to sweep South Florida’s reefs, transforming corals into lifeless skeletons and threatening undersea structures that support tourism, provide hurricane protection and serve as homes to a vast range of marine life. In a recent interview with the Sun Sentinel, David Gilliam,...

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