Thank you for your inquiry. There is a tool in the App Central menu for “Ask the Dean” for law students that can be used anonymously. Students can reach that by logging into App Central or by logging in the law school Intranet.
Of course, many students use non-identified emails (including the gmail listed above.)
Most importantly, however, is that any student matter is treated confidentially to the greatest extent appropriate. Although some formal processes and certain complaints obligate the school to specify identifying information, typically questions and concerns can be raised before the need for identification arises. I would urge any student to seek out Dean Struffolino and speak to her in confidence and take matters from there or to speak with Dean Moss Curtis or with me as appropriate if there is a need to speak with someone other than Dean Struffolino.
The simple answer is yes. We have studied this suggestion in the past and come to the conclusion that the current paging/beeper system that we have in place is a fairer and more efficient way to handle the rapid turnover of the 48 rooms we have available. That being said, we are willing to do a limited pilot to see if having some rooms, perhaps the larger ones, set aside for advance reservations will be a viable improvement. We are discussing possible options to implement this, including crafting policies covering hours, eligibility, enforcement, etc. The pilot would be conducted in the early fall.
We are currently conducting a student survey to get student input on the question and welcome your comments and questions concerning this suggestion. The survey is available at the circulation desk of the library. Additionally, feel free to speak with Steve Roberts, Circulation Manager, or Kaye Robertson, Executive Director, to voice your opinions and suggestions. You may also email them at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
With the focus on retention and engaging students on campus, the Office of Campus Life and Student Engagement redirected the efforts of the Graduate Assistant assigned to managing the discount program to focus on campus wide weekend and night programs. Resultantly, we have been able to engage more students on campus and further enhance the campus culture.
Some vendors around campus have decided to continue to provide NSU faculty, staff and students will discounts such as Agave Azul and Natural Chicken Grill.
Per your request, poster printing service for regional campus students will begin on March 1, 2017. Students can find more information about policy and services at http://www.nova.edu/asm/posterprinting_rc.html.
Thank you for bringing your concern to our attention. There is a crosswalk planned to go across SW 36th Street at the intersection of SW 76th Avenue and SW 36th Street. Unfortunately, the installation of this sidewalk is being held up due to outside utilities being relocated. In the interim we will look at a temporary solution to address your safety concern.
CEC is in the process of developing a strategic business plan aligning with Vision 2020. One of aspects is to grow the engineering program in phases. With BS in Engineering in place with concentrations in biomedical engineering and industrial/system engineering, CEC is working with industries to analyze the labor market needs and investigate resource allocations. The factors such as accreditation requirements and competition with other universities are also to be considered. We hope that the engineering program(s) at NSU will evolve to have a flavor of uniqueness, and at the same time take advantage of rich applications in life sciences at NSU where the collaboration opportunities exist.