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Dr. Steve Terrell to Receive 2019 NSU President Faculty Research and Development and Quality of Life Grants
Wednesday 06/13/18

Dr. Steve Terrell recently concluded an NSU grant-funded, year-long study with the Palm Beach County School District. Collaborating with a colleague from the NSU College of Nursing, the study focused on increasing STEM awareness and interest by minority, middle school females in a Title I school. Results from the study indicate tremendous growth in these areas. Recently Dr. Terrell and his collaborators was selected to receive the 2019 Presidential Quality of Life grant for the continuation and expansion of the program within the school district.


Recent NSU Alumnus Accepts Position at Google
Tuesday 06/12/18

NSU’s College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) is proud to announce that recent alumnus, Everone Graham, has accepted the position of Information Technology Resident at Google in Ann Arbor, Michigan.


CEC Congratulates 2017 Dean's List Students
Friday 05/25/18

College of Engineering and Computing at NSU (CEC) held its Fall 2017 Dean’s List reception on April 25. 18 undergraduate students major in computer science, computer engineering, information technology and engineering are on the 2017 Dean’s List and have achieved a minimum GPA of 3.8 for the semester. The 18 students are: Franco Criscola, Christopher Daniels, Maximiliano Hernandez, Liana Huynh, Abraham Kohn, Brogan O’Connor, Sagar Patel, Liam White, Karen Rita Ann D’Lima, Ashli Amoy Jarrett, Anthony DiFede, Corey Lee, Nicole Staley, Simon Wang, Lydia Warshaw, Albert Baldoni, Henry Koenig, Nikolas Kevorkian.


CEC Alum Receives Award
Friday 05/04/18

Jack Freund, Ph.D., a graduate of NSU’s College of Engineering and Computing (class of 2012), was recently awarded ISACA's John W. Lainhart IV Common Body of Knowledge Award, which recognizes an individual for major contributions to the development and enhancement of the common body of knowledge used by the ISACA community. Jack received this honor for contributions in developing the Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC) certification and for ensuring the integrity and quality of the CRISC certification exam content. Jack is Director, Cyber Risk for TIAA and a Professional Advisor for cyber risk quantification startup RiskLens and lives in Charlotte, North Carolina with his wife and daughter. For additional information please visit:


3rd Thermal and Fluids Engineering Conference (TFEC)
Tuesday 04/03/18

On March 4-7 2018, NSU’s College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) hosted an international conference “3rd Thermal and Fluids Engineering Conference (TFEC)” at NSU’s Fort Lauderdale/Davie campus. Yong Tao, Ph.D., dean of CEC, was the conferences chairman and was instrumental in hosting the event at NSU.


CEC Sharksuccess
Tuesday 04/03/18

CEC Sharksuccess! CEC is proud to announce that Everone Graham, a Master student in Information Assurance and Cybersecurity, received the 2018 STUEY Award for CEC Student of the Year. Congratulations Everone!!!!


CEC Lab Named After Distinguished Alumni
Tuesday 04/03/18

CEC distinguished alumni, Dr. Wayne Brown, making headlines. CEC now has a lab named after him and his wife Teresa Brown. "For some people, education is one thing. For others, education is everything. Wayne Brown, Ph.D., is in the latter group. For nearly 20 years, Brown has worked in higher education at schools in San Francisco, Kansas, and New York. He is also the founder of the Center for Higher Education Chief Information Officer Studies, Inc., a non-profit organization designed to contribute to the education and development of the chief information officer position in higher education." To continue reading this story, click here:


Engineering and Technology Week
Thursday 03/08/18

Engineering and Technology Week was a great success. We kicked it off with High School Day, where about 80 high school kids visited our campus and participated in Engineering activities during the day. Then, on Wednesday, we had a Lunch and Learn where 4 industry experts from FPL and Amex came to talk to our students about how to land their dream job, followed by a wonderful presentation about how to brand yourself from our Career Development Office. Also on that same day, Dr. Snyder facilitated early immersion, where freshmen students come together to be inspired about their program of choice and to learn more about careers in technology. Finally, the grand finale was on Friday with our Women in Technology Seminar, which brought 17 speakers and 2 moderators from Ultimate software, Chen Moore, Modernizing Medicine, LexisNexis and Align Innovation. Their talks were inspiring, and the event was sold out. Pictures from all events are available on our Facebook page:

ISACA Conference
Thursday 03/01/18

CEC was present at the 11th Annual ISACA South Florida WOW! Event on February 16th, 2018 The theme was The InfoSec of THings: Emerging issues in Privacy and Security.

South Florida Code Camp
Wednesday 02/14/18

South Florida Code Camp hosted at NSU on February 10th was a huge success! The event brought speakers from the local community and attracted hundreds of attendees. Topics such as Machine Learning, Business Intelligence, Software Testing and many more were covered.

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