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MDC, NSU announce new agreement for cybersecurity graduate degrees
Tuesday 04/20/21

In an ongoing effort to expand post-graduate opportunities for students, Miami Dade College (MDC) and Nova Southeastern University (NSU) established a new “4+1” articulation agreement that allows MDC graduates with a bachelor’s degree in cybersecurity to seamlessly transfer to a master’s degree at NSU with a special tuition discount.

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Congratulations to Professor Sumitra Mukherjee for winning Professor of the Year!
Tuesday 04/13/21

We are proud to announce the winner of the 23rd Annual Student Life Achievement Awards (most commonly referred to as the STUEYs) for Professor of the Year is our very own Sumitra Mukherjee, Ph.D. He is a professor in the College of Computing and Engineering. He has been with Nova Southeastern University (NSU) since 1996. Prior to joining NSU, he was on the Computer Information Systems faculty at Baruch College, City University of New York. He earned his doctorate from Carnegie Mellon University. His teaching and research focus is on analytics and artificial intelligence. He applies optimization and machine learning algorithms to find robust solutions for technical and organizational problems. Mukherjee’s articles appear in high-impact journals such as IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, Journal of the American Statistical Association, and Management Science. The greatest reward in his academic career has been the professional success of his students.

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Bridging the World of Today and Tomorrow Through Computer Science
Wednesday 03/24/21

In this article, NSU's College of Computing and Engineering is listed as one of four universities that that offer cutting-edge computer science and information systems programs that can open the door to a wide range of career opportunities. The rapid growth of technology remained unhindered as COVID-19 ravaged the economy in 2020. If anything, the pandemic served as a catalyst for companies’ adoption of technologies into their day-to-day operations. Lockdowns led to the rise of remote work, further accentuating the prominent role technology will play in our futures.

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Ygrene Names NSU Alumni Shawn Harrs as New Chief Information Officer
Thursday 06/04/20

Ygrene Energy Fund, the nation's leader in commercial and residential Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing, today announced the appointment of Shawn Harrs as Chief Information Officer. Shawn Harrs received his Ph.D. in Information Systems at NSU in 2002.

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Alumna Ellison Anne Williams interviewed on theCUBE in its Women in Tech feature
Tuesday 04/14/20

NSU alumna, Ellison Anne Williams has recently been interviewed on theCUBE in its Women in Tech feature discussing how her startup company, Enveil Inc. uses homomorphic cryptography technology that can help other companies protect their data and more. She received her M.S. in computer science at NSU in 2009.

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NSU's College of Computing and Engineering Listed as Top Cybersecurity Degree Programs for 2020
Thursday 02/20/20

Intelligent.com, a trusted resource for online degree rankings and higher education planning, has announced the Top 60 Cybersecurity Degree Programs for 2020. NSU's College of Computing and Engineering is listed at 33.

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NSU Cybersecurity Expert Featured in Local Story on Smart Device Security
Thursday 02/20/20

WPLG Local 10 article 'As home technology grows in popularity, cyber criminals find creative ways to hack,' featuring NSU's College of Computing and Engineering Professor Yair Levy, Ph.D.

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Meet Finley, NSU’s College of Computing and Engineering are launching a Virtual Assistant Chatbot.
Thursday 02/13/20

NSU’s College of Computing & Engineering is enabling it’s Chatbot Finley to help prospective students find programs and answers to commonly asked questions.

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Smart-home Devices Could be Easy to Hack, Here’s How to Protect Yourself
Sunday 01/19/20

Sun-Sentinel article 'Smart-home Devices Could be Easy to Hack, Here’s How to Protect Yourself,' featuring NSU's College of Computing and Engineering Professor Yair Levy, Ph.D.

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CCE Student Wins Award at European Innovation Academy
Tuesday 01/14/20

Connor Chase: an NSU student majoring in Information Technology attended the European Innovation Academy in Portugal this past summer and was part of one of the top teams. His team created the HustleAPP, to provide a marketplace for producers and musicians to network and get discovered. They won the HAG Venture Building Program and The Nixon Peabody Quinones Team Spark Award.

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