See the winners and photos from the event!
NSU’s Division of Student Affairs proudly introduces the winners of the 20th Annual Student Life Achievement Award (most commonly referred to as the STUEYS).
NSU’s College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences; College of Psychology; and Mailman Segal Center for Human Development invite you to our Graduate Open
NSU Honors student and psychology major Joshua Braverman is proving that faculty-mentored research can take you far beyond the classroom
The social and economic paradigms are changing so much for baby boomers that a new way of looking at the landscape has developed.
Economist Chris Farrell calls this “unretirement” and believes that it has important implications for thinking about the retirement years. This was the perspective that Farrell offered as the keynote presenter for “Baby Boomers: What’s Next for You?”– a conference recently held at NSU and co-sponsored by the Town of Davie, Boomer Breakthrough, and the university.
Scott Poland, Ed.D., a professor in the College of Psychology and the Co-Director of NSU’s Suicide and Violence Prevention Office, recently completed two film
The 2015–2016 First-Week Scholarship recipients are Samir Nacer, Kiersten Monahan, Kayleigh Sabo, Juanita Castro, Christy Abraham, Vanessa Blanchard, Kayla Alvarez, Aimee Gysegem, Keerthi Thallapureddy, and Chase Gaiefsky…
The event was the first formal opportunity for undergraduate and graduate faculty to welcome all undergraduate students in behavioral neuroscience and psychology…
Dr. Poland’s presentation was titled, “Suicide Safer School!” and addressed the incidence of youth suicide and how it requires school and community collaboration to increase prevention efforts…