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Welcome to the Office of Human Resources at Nova Southeastern University, where our dedicated team of outstanding professionals are committed to fulfilling the University’s vision and mission.  We strive to be recognized as a valued strategic partner in driving innovative change through collaboration and unparalleled customer service.  We continuously seek ways to attract, develop, energize, and maximize the contributions of exceptional people in a world-class organization.

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In the Spotlight

Desmond Daniels featured spotlight - Office of Human ResourcesDesmond Daniels
Title IX Investigator/Deputy Title IX Coordinator

NSU welcomes Desmond Daniels as the University’s Title IX Investigator/Deputy Title IX Coordinator. His main role is to support the University’s efforts to prevent and respond to sexual misconduct by serving as the lead investigator for reports of sexual harassment and misconduct by NSU students. Additionally, Desmond will be supporting efforts of campus-wide education designed to prevent sexual misconduct and inform students of their rights under Title IX.

Desmond holds a Juris Doctor and chose to work in higher education over practicing law. He has eight years of professional experience in a variety of areas including student conduct, residential life & housing, programming, and student organization advising. In addition to extensive programming experience on topics of ethical decision-making and civility, Desmond has designed and facilitated engaging workshops for a variety of male audiences designed to empower them to play an active role in diminishing the impact of rape culture within the university setting. These workshops challenge young men to identify behaviors and language which may unintentionally perpetuate rape culture. It also provides practical strategies that men, in particular, may employ to combat rape culture and better educate peers.

Desmond is returning to NSU after previously working in Residential Life here and he is excited to take on this new role in supporting the University’s educational and compliance efforts related to sexual misconduct prevention and response. Desmond can be found either in an office in the Student Affairs Suite in Rosenthal Building on main campus or in a satellite office in the Office for Human Resources at East Campus.


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