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Just 50 years ago, champions of NSU resolved to make the dream a reality. Founders contributed family land, hosted Race Days at Gulfstream Park, and even inspired one man to handwrite a $1 million pledge on the back of an envelope.

Why? To provide the “missing link” in South Florida’s development: a postgraduate research institution concentrating on science and technology.

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Faculty Profile | Yair Levy, Ph.D.

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Federal officials have called South Florida the "World Capital" of cyber-crime, yet investment directed toward prevention research has been minimal, according to Yair Levy, Ph.D. at NSU's Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences (GSCIS). Driven by a sense of patriotism, Levy helps the intelligence community address cyber security threats. Read his ideas for making NSU a leader in cybersecurity research and mobile cyber-computing forensics.

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Alumna Profile | Carrie L. Sarver

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Three generations of Sarver women traveled to Washington D.C. for a momentous event. The youngest, only 32 years of age at the time and the first in her family to graduate college let alone law school, raised her right hand and was sworn into the United States Supreme Court Bar. But for NSU's AAMPLE® program, Carrie L. Sarver says the moment she will never forget, would likely never have happened.

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Student Profile | Natalie Negron

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As a 20-year-old biology major on an externship in Graz, Austria, Natalie Negron watched doctors remove organs from a young woman and realized that her patient would not only impact the lives of needy transplant recipients across Europe, but hers as well. Watch her TedXNSU video.

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Student Profile | Trang H. Le

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Pharm. D. candidate Trang H. Le is a recipient of the Chancellor's Scholarship and the Richard A. and Hannah Stern Scholarship. She also is a peer tutor, a member of the team that placed first in the 2014 Ethics Bowl, a member of NSU's College of Pharmacy (COP) Student Engagement Task Force, a community volunteer, a student who has remained on the Chancellor and Dean's lists throughout her studies, and a concerned daughter whose family resides in Vietnam. Read her moving personal testimonial.

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