Saturday, September 28, 2019 | 9:00 a.m.-noon
Take a fast-paced look at the historical perspectives of Exceptional Student Education (ESE) and current trends and issues in identifying those with special needs. Topics include the history of special education in the United States; legislation that addresses programs for students with special needs; and special focus on diagnosing intellectual delay, learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
Alphabet Soup: The ABCs of ESE
Saturday, October 5, 2019 | 10:00 a.m.
No matter which career path you are following, NSU's programs can help you take the next step. Harness the best within yourself and drive forward to become an unstoppable force of nature. You're ready— and we're ready to help! Attend to learn more about our degree programs, tour the campus, and explore opportunities offered to students.
Hurricanes Don’t Have to Hit Florida to Have Negative Impacts
Sea Turtle Nests Can Suffer From a Near Miss From a Hurricane Hurricane Dorian spared Florida for the most part, but her extended stay offshore did have an impact on some of our state’s residents – sea turtles. The…… Continue Reading →
NSU Team Studying Blue-Green Algae Makes the News
Research into blue-green algae featured in several media outlets. Continue Reading →
NSU Professor Featured in Sun Sentinel
Deaths from drug overdose will decrease for the first time in three decades. While this seems like great news, experts say the worst is far from over. Jim Hall, an epidemiologist at NSU, said “The opioid crisis is in early remission, yet at high risk of relapse.” Continue Reading →