NSU Receives $3 Million Grant from U.S. Navy and NAVAIR

NSU Receives $3 Million Grant from U.S. Navy and NAVAIR

NSU Receives $3 Million Grant from U.S. Navy and NAVAIR

FORT LAUDERDALE/DAVIE, Fla. – Thanks to NAVAIR and the U.S. Navy, the next generation of specialists in science, math and technology are being trained right here at Nova Southeastern University (NSU.)

A $3 million grant is allowing students in NSU’s Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography to participate in the project as part of the Electromagnetic Observatory in the Straits of Florida.  Students from Florida Atlantic University SeaTech are also participating.

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