The first black author to win the Pulitzer Prize, Gwendolyn Brooks, once said: “We are each other’s harvest; we are each other’s business; we are each other’s magnitude and bond.”
This wise observation lives at NSU through our faculty, staff, students, alumni, and donors. And it is my privilege to see this observation come to life every day.
In our labs, our conference rooms, our classrooms, and campuses, we are constantly reminded that it is the culmination of everyone’s unique perspectives, experiences, investigations, and contributions that allow knowledge and people to grow, and ideas to spring forth and thrive.
In this issue we feature a link to Dr. Hanbury’s Fiscal Year End Report, which highlights exciting announcements and advancements by NSU faculty, staff, and students. We also provide new story briefs that demonstrate how we are working with donors and other external funding partners to realize tremendous potential.
Thank you for the part you play in helping us plant and tend great seeds of hope.