When Dr. Richard Dodge came to Nova Southeastern University as a researcher, his office was on a boat. Studying coral reefs, he worked on a houseboat with other scientists, floating in the marina for quick access to the ocean. Today, as dean and professor, his office is two stories above sea level. Natural light floods in from floor-to-ceiling windows, illuminating colors or teal, white and blue — much like the pristine view of downtown Fort Lauderdale and the ocean.
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