Conferences and Lecture Series

Algebra Seminar (Hosted Conferences & Symposia)

This research seminar provides a forum in which to present recent developments within the field of Algebra. Recent topics have centered on ordered algebraic structures, in particular, frame theory and lattice-ordered groups.

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CAHSS ExEL (Student Publications, Projects, and Performances)

List of Experiential Education and Learning (ExEL) courses taught by faculty of the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at Nova Southeastern University.

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CAHSS Inclusive Campus Conversations (Campus Inclusion)

During the 2019-2020 Academic Year, the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS) is offering a forum called Inclusive Campus Conversations for graduate and undergraduate students, as well as professors and staff, at a venue for the entire NSU community to come together and exchange ideas, insights and experiences. This forum has its roots in two former CAHSS programs, Diversity Dialogues, which was founded in 2006, and Intellectual Conversations, starting in Fall 2015 but itself growing out of a lecture program called Faculty Lecture Series which started in 2007. Inclusive Campus Conversations takes place once a month; topics and speakers vary, but we hope that the perspectives and insights of students, faculty, staff, and alumni, as well as community members, will make each conversation meaningful, thought-provoking, and educational. Inclusive Campus Conversations provides all Sharks an opportunity to engage with at least three of NSU's core values: Academic Excellence, Diversity, and Community. If you have suggestions for upcoming conversations and would like to be among the presenters, please contact Associate Professor Stephen Levitt at levitts@nova.edu or Associate Professor Robin Cooper at robicoop@nova.edu

This collection is no longer archived under the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (as of July 2020 - a part of the Halmos College of Arts and Sciences), but instead has transitioned to a campus-wide Inclusion and Diversity Council that archives its documents here.

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CAHSS Intellectual Conversations (Campus Inclusion)

CAHSS Intellectual Conversations was previously named the Faculty Lecture Series and sponsored by the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences. Farquhar has been realigned as the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, effective July 2015. You can see the previous Faculty Lecture Series details here for Academic Years 2007-2008 to 2018-2019. CAHSS Intellectual Conversations was held through spring 2019 and is now being offered under the name “Inclusive Campus Conversations” (https://nsuworks.nova.edu/cahss_inclusive_campus_conversations/).

This collection is no longer archived under the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (as of July 2020 - a part of the Halmos College of Arts and Sciences), but instead has transitioned to a campus-wide Inclusion and Diversity Council that archives its documents here.

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CAHSS Interdepartmental Symposium (Hosted Conferences & Symposia)

The Graduate CAHSS SGA encourages students from all CAHSS departments and programs to participate in the Interdepartmental Symposium.

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CAHSS SGA Conference (Student Conferences & Symposia)

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Campus Diversity Dialogues (Campus Inclusion)

Nova Southeastern University (NSU) is a majority-minority institution, with students from at least 116 countries, as well as a university recognized as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HIS). As such, we find ourselves with the unique opportunity to invite all members of our community to learn from and appreciate others and to create a learning community that exemplifies inclusiveness and respect for diversity.

We are committed to educating our students, interacting with colleagues, and engaging with our campus community in a manner that is respectful of all cultural traditions and practices, gender identities, sexual orientations, age, religious/spiritual beliefs, and in all areas that distinguish individuals.

Diversity Dialogues were held on the first Tuesday of each month in 2019 and are now being offered under the name “Inclusive Campus Conversations” (https://nsuworks.nova.edu/cahss_inclusive_campus_conversations/). Topics and presenters change monthly, but what is constant is the freedom to exchange ideas in a respectful environment.

This collection is no longer archived under the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (as of July 2020 - a part of the Halmos College of Arts and Sciences), but instead has transitioned to a campus-wide Inclusion and Diversity Council that archives its documents here.

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Climate Sustainability Lecture Series (Hosted Conferences & Symposia)

Presented by Halmos College of Natural Sciences and oceanography, Department of Chemistry and Physics, the Climate-Sustainability Lecture Series aims to increase the understanding of the science, technology, and policies relating to climate change and sustainable development. For more information, contact Song Gao, Ph.D., Associate Professor at the college, at .

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Continuing Education Workshops (College of Optometry Publications)

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Digital Commons Southeastern User Group 2017

The call for proposals and registration is now open for the third annual Digital Commons Southeastern User Group Meeting (DC SEUG 2017) to be held at Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL, on Friday, June 2, 2017.

DC+SEUG 2017 Schedule of Events

For any general questions, please contact . For any suggestions on topics or questions on proposal submission, please contact .

We hope to see you there!

Previous DC+SEUG Meetings:

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Diversity Summit

Please join us for NSU’s inaugural diversity summit, hosted by the university’s Belonging, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Council. “The Power of Belonging: Connect, Collaborate, and Thrive,” will take place March 15 – 16, 2023 at NSU’s Fort Lauderdale Campus as well as virtually on Zoom..

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ExEL Conference (Farquhar Honors College)

The purpose of the 2019 ExEL Conference, "Experiential Education and Learning Across the Disciplines," is to share what NSU students, staff, and faculty are doing related to experiential education and learning (ExEL) at NSU. We also hope to engage others who might not currently be involved in ExEL but have an interest in learning more. There will be a variety of presentations from faculty, staff, and students who are involved in experiential curricular and co-curricular undergraduate opportunities across the six ExEL pillars: experiential coursework, mentored research, community engagement, professional growth, travel exploration/study abroad, and leadership..

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Florida Distance Learning Association Conference (Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice)

Join us VIRTUALLY for the FDLA 2024 Conference: Blazing New Paths with Digital Engagement February 7th - 9th, 2024

The Florida Distance Learning Association’s (FDLA) Annual Conference is the premier event for professionals in the distance learning industry in Florida. This year’s fall conference promises to deliver another exciting and informative program that will bring together distance learning practitioners within Florida.

The format of this event allows attendees to learn about relevant topics from many different points of view. Sessions will be targeted to the K-12 audience, higher education, and virtually all distance learning stakeholders. The moderate size makes it possible for attendees to actively participate. This conference is an opportunity to share ideas, learn about distance learning programs and products, and gain a better understanding of the field. Network with other distance learning colleagues and exchange innovative ideas. The FDLA Conference will offer you and your staff keynote speakers, panel discussions, poster sessions, and breakout sessions on current topics and research in online learning, and vendors exhibiting an array of distance learning technologies and services. This conference is for K-12 and higher education administrators and teachers from both public and private online schools/programs. Come be a part of our energetic and growing community of practice!

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Golden Age of Science (Hosted Conferences & Symposia)

Funded by the Halmos College of Arts and Sciences 

with the Dept. of Biological Sciences


The dynamics of science advances across the 20th and 21st centuries are detailed in a series of keystone lectures presented by important contributors to the advances and applications in human improvement.

The presentations are meant to be big stories, each with a beginning, middle, and end, to trace the history, fits and starts, discovery, and implementation for society.

REGISTER for virtual attendance HERE.


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HCA-NSU MD Research Day (Health Professions Division)

HCA-NSU MD Research Day is a celebration of the research work done by HCA residents and NSU MD students. Residents and students will present their work in poster format and be on hand to answer questions about their processes and findings.

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HCAS Ocean Science Research Symposium (Hosted Conferences & Symposia)

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Health Professions Division REACH Day (Health Professions Division)

The eight colleges of the Health Professions Division—College of Dental Medicine, College of Medical Sciences, College of Optometry, College of Pharmacy, Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Allopathic Medicine, Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences, and Ron and Kathy Assaf College of Nursing—have banded together to offer poster displays and oral presentations of their current cutting-edge research plus events to showcase and foster inter-professional education. We anticipate more than 130 oral and poster presentations and over 2,000 students, faculty, and guests to be in attendance. Adding to the festivities will be a judging and presentation of awards for outstanding research and an inter-professional mixer at the end of the day. This event promises to be more than a day-long celebration of research and scholarly activities. It is also an opportunity for students and faculty from multiple disciplines to interact with each other and with the larger research community. HPD REACH Day is the premier, student-participated academic research event in Florida..

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Health Professions Educational Research Symposium (Institute for Educational Research)

The purpose of the NSU Symposium is to provide a dynamic forum to engage faculty from across the nation in a dialogue about educational research and the scholarship of teaching in the professions. To this end, this symposium will provide opportunities for health professions educators to:

  • Disseminate original research through a peer reviewed process.
  • Share innovative program ideas with an interdisciplinary audience.
  • Update your knowledge from experts and researchers.
  • Participate and learn from educational workshops that enhance skills needed for educational research.
  • Network with health professions educators who are interested in educational research and the scholarship of teaching.

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Humanities Student Conference (Student Conferences & Symposia)

This conference builds on the concept of South Florida as the crossroads of a transatlantic world and asks students to develop presentations that explore the humanities and this convergence of cultures, values and ideas not only in South Florida but throughout the Americas. The Humanities Student Conference strives to incorporate diverse perspectives and topics from a range of humanities fields including history, philosophy, literature, languages, cultural theory, and the arts. We also invite papers in legal studies, political science, national security, communication, conflict resolution studies, and international relations when approached with a humanities lens.

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INIM Patient Conference (Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine)

The Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine at Nova Southeastern University strives to advance knowledge and care for people with complex neuro-inflammatory illnesses through the integration of research, clinical care and education.

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INIM Research Seminar Series (Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine)

The Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine at Nova Southeastern University strives to advance knowledge and care for people with complex neuro-inflammatory illnesses through the integration of research, clinical care and education.

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InterLACE Research Showcase (Division of Research)

InterLACE is a virtual, university-wide event for NSU faculty, clinicians, students, and research staff to showcase their "interdisciplinary" and "interprofessional" collaborative research efforts. The inaugural event will occur Friday, April 14, 2023.

More information on this event here.

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Library Academic Fest for Faculty (Alvin Sherman Library, Research, and Information Technology Center)

Developed by the NSU Libraries, the Library Academic Fest for Faculty - or Faculty Fest - offers presentations from members of the NSU Libraries team, along with outside experts, for a series of informative workshops designed in conjunction with NSU’s core values: research and science.

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Mathematics Colloquium Series (Hosted Conferences & Symposia)

The Mathematics Colloquium Series, hosted by the Department of Mathematics at Nova Southeastern University provides a great opportunity for faculty, students, and people of the industry both internal and external to NSU to showcase research in mathematics and how mathematics is applied in a variety of fields.  The goal of the series is to increase awareness of mathematics’ importance and applications in daily life.  It also gives mathematics faculty members and students the opportunity to discuss independent research and share their passion for the subject.


Current Organizer:

 

Julienne Kabre, Ph.D., Assistant Professor

 

Previous Organizers:

Jason Gershman, Ph.D., Associate Professor 2020-2021; 2017-2018

Evan Haskell, Ph.D., Professor 2019-2020

Jing Chen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor 2019-2020

Fuzhen Zhang, Ph.D., Professor, 2018-2019

Jeffrey W. Lyons, Ph.D., Associate Professor, 2015-2017

Vehbi Paksoy, Ph.D., Associate Professor, 2009-2015

Iuliana Stanculescu, Ph.D., Associate Professor, 2009-2015

 

For more information or to inquire about presenting, please contact Julienne Kabre at (954) 262-8039 or jkabre@nova.edu

 

For more information about the Department of Mathematics, please visit its departmental website.

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NSU Annual Film Series (CAHSS Symposia, Exhibits and Performances)

The Reel is brought to you by the Department of Literature and Modern Languages and First Year Seminar Program. This series offers NSU students, faculty, and other members of the university and local community curated film screenings three times per Fall and Winter semester at the Alvin Sherman Library. Each night's screening is free of charge. For more information contact Dr. Aileen Miyuki Farrar, afarrar@nova.edu or Dr. Kate Waites, waitesk@nova.edu.

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NSU REACH and IPE Day (Health Professions Division)

The Center for Interprofessional Education and Practice (CIPEP) will host Nova Southeastern University's Research, Education, and Collaboration in Healthcare (REACH) & Interprofessional Education (IPE) Day on 2.18.2022. This event will have 2,000 students from all 8 campuses and over 150 volunteer facilitators. It is a virtual poster presentation format. Posters are also eligible for submission even if they have been previously presented at other conferences (please add an acknowledgement to the poster). The purpose is to disseminate the information to our NSU community.

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Occupational Therapy Annual Research Colloquium (Department of Occupational Therapy)

The OTD curriculum complies with ACOTE(R) B.6.0 standards on scholarship as embedded in all courses, and through a sequence of 6-courses* from research design to dissemination. The sequence starts with a course on evidence in occupational therapy practice, with students becoming consumers of scholarly resources and consumers of scholarly resources and using technology to search and analyze collected data. It also provides didactic and lab courses research proposal, methodology, IRB approval, implementation, data analysis, reporting, and publishing, each step guided by a faculty principal investigator and mentor. The process is rigorous, and fosters a close working relationship among research group members and faculty member/s..

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Peace and Conflict Studies Journal Conference (Peace & Conflict Studies)

PCSJ Conference
January 16-17, 2025

"Finding and fostering hope in violent times"

As civil society races to demand peaceful and durable political solutions to global conflicts, and as institutions continue to fail to be able to provide them, what is the role of peace and conflict resolution studies? Where can we find and foster hope in violent times? What role does nonviolent resistance, peace education, human rights education, and similar strategies play? How can dialogue, diplomacy, mediation, and other tools of conflict resolution offer hope? What extant theories can we turn to, or what theories do we need to co-create, to address current drivers of violence? In way ways do we need to better understand inequalities of power in order to interrupt and de-escalate violence? How we can more fully center voices that continue to be marginalized so as to better develop and sustain meaningful peace processes? Our 4th annual Peace and Conflict Studies Journal conference welcomes theory building, empirical research, and insights from practice that speak to these urgent questions.

Prospective presenters should submit a proposal (approx. 300 words) to the Journal by April 30, 2024. The link is here.

The proposal should convey the findings, methodology (if applicable), and contributions of the study to the field of peace and conflict resolution. Qualitative, quantitative, and mixed-methods studies, as well as empirically-grounded practitioner perspectives, are welcomed. Please specify as asked in the submission form if you plan to present on-campus or virtually.

Further guidance may be obtained from the general description for PCS that follows. The Journal’s website is at here.

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Please Don't Hurt Me: Perspectives in Child Abuse Prevention (Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice)

Working in the child abuse field can be difficult. We see the worst of people perpetrated on the most vulnerable; our children. Some of us don't have the resources for continuous training or to attend mega conferences. This is why we collaboratively made the decision to host a free conference in South Florida.

Networking Opportunities: This Conference welcomes participants from around the world belonging to a variety of backgrounds, organizations, and agencies.

Our Vision: To give opportunities for professionals in or interested in the field of child abuse to meet, learn and work together. We want our community of professionals to build relationships in our field nationally, regionally and throughout the country.

We invite professionals with the following occupations: Forensic Interviewers, Child Protection workers, Law Enforcement, Tribal Members and Service Providers, Child Advocates, Medical and Mental Health Professionals, Educators, Social Workers, Investigators, Clergy, Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Advocates. For more information about the conference, please contact Dr. Denise Crammer at .

This conference is for

  • Administration
  • Child Protective Services
  • Forensic Interviewing
  • Guidance/School Counselors
  • Human Trafficking/Sexual Exploitation
  • Law Enforcement
  • Medical
  • Mental Health/Treatment
  • Prevention
  • Teachers Prosecution/Legal
  • Secondary Traumatic Stress
  • Victim Advocacy

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Pre-Health Day (Student Conferences & Symposia)

The Pre health day is an event the Career Development Office holds every year with the Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography to help undergraduate students understand the career options available when graduating with a science degree background. The event features Mock Interviews, a Resource Fair (Grad Programs & Healthcare related opportunities), Break Out sessions (various healthcare professionals), and a panel of current HPD students discussing their experiences. The breakout sessions are led by professionals, alumni and friends, from a variety of disciplines: medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, anesthesiology, science education, research, personal training, Speech Language Pathology, physician assistant, physical therapy, and more.

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Story Booth (Student Publications, Projects, and Performances)

Story Booth is a series hosted by the Department of Literature and Modern Languages (DLML) that fosters community and diverse cultural and social expressions through an understanding and appreciation of global literatures and languages. Stories are universal and they help us to make sense of the world by sharing our experiences. DLML’s Story Booth partners with student organizations across the university to hear how each of us makes meaning. From remembering our first stories to conversations about the power, good and bad, of fiction, Story Booth connects us. What’s your story?

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Teaching & Learning Conference

Connect, Engage, Inspire

As educators, we share a profound, common goal of preparing our students for a world in which they can thrive and be successful. Students and educators alike navigate through change and uncertainty, and feelings of isolation and disengagement can set in. Yet, we can make many strides toward an even stronger NSU teaching community! We can connect and support each other by sharing our knowledge and practices at LEC’s first-ever Teaching and Learning Virtual Conference.

The free conference will take place virtually on Wednesday, November 2–Thursday, November 3, 2022 and is open to all NSU educators. Attendees can expect to hear from and connect with other NSU educators covering various, relevant topics related to higher education as it affects today’s students.

Now more than ever is the time to connect with our students.

Now more than ever is the time to engage our students.

Now more than ever is the time to inspire our students.

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The Qualitative Report Conference (The Qualitative Report)

Every year since 2010, we have invited qualitative research practitioners, faculty, and students from around the world to join us on the NSU campus in January for The Qualitative Report (TQR) Annual Conference. The event is organized around a theme and features plenary addresses by internationally recognized qualitative research experts, peer-reviewed paper and panel presentations, and interactive workshops.

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Trick to the Treat of Internships and Research (Student Conferences & Symposia)

The trick to the treat of an internship or research fair is an annual event presented by the Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography and NSU’s Office of Career Development. The event showcases the many internship opportunities offered by NSU to its undergraduate students. This is a fun (not meant to be “scary”) event where you can hear fellow undergraduate students present their experiences about biology and medicine based internships. It is an informal gathering where you will obtain information on how and why to apply to internship/research opportunities. You will get to speak one-on-one with students who have participated in such internships. Career Development staff and Halmos faculty will be on hand to answer questions about programs and provide additional information. And yes, there will be some food and candy for all!

Interested in learning about opportunities for the Summer 2017 Biology Student Internship Program? Check out these resources:

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Undergraduate Student Symposium (Farquhar Honors College)

NSU’s Undergraduate Student Symposium (USS), hosted by the Farquhar Honors College, showcases the outstanding scholarship and creativity of NSU undergraduate students in all disciplines. Since 2002, this annual event has encouraged students to explore their passions and share their discoveries through poster displays, oral presentations, and short films. Starting in 2024, the USS will feature two new categories—multimedia presentations and research reels—and an expanded oral presentation category

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Universal Declaration of Human Rights Symposium

Celebration of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 75th Anniversary


Established in the aftermath of the horrors of the Second World War, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights represents an unprecedented affirmation of human dignity and of the preciousness of each and every human life. This value is enshrined in rights to be protected, everywhere, universally, by governments and others exercising political authority over the citizenry. Limited to a declaration – and so not a legally binding document – the UDHR has nonetheless inspired and catalyzed over 70 human rights treaties that have served to renovate laws and craft a culture of respect, and human decency, in countless parts of the world. This event marks the 75th anniversary of the Declaration and is at once a celebration of human rights and an opportunity to connect with the pressing challenges to the full enjoyment of those rights today.


Hosted by the Department of Conflict Resolution Studies, the Alvin Sherman Library, and the Halmos College of Arts and Sciences, the event is intentionally crosscutting – to reflect the declaration’s ethos of universality, given form at this celebration through interdisciplinarity and inclusion. The event comprises presentations and workshops on issues of global and local concern with participation from faculty in the Shepard Broad School of Law and Halmos College’s Department of Humanities and Politics as well as by faculty, alumni and students of the Department of Conflict Resolution Studies.


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Lectures (College of Health Care Sciences)

Lectures organized by the College of Health Care Sciences at Nova Southeastern University.

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