NSU is the first university in South Florida to permanently dedicate a Holocaust resource room on its campus, located on the second floor if the Alvin Sherman Library. The Craig and Barbara Weiner Holocaust Reflection and Resource Center offers Nova Southeastern University students and the general public a place to learn about, and to contemplate, the horrendous acts that result from intolerance and hate. See the list below for recommended fiction and non-fiction titles for teen audiences. Florida middle and high school students, with the support of their teachers and parents, are invited to participate in the annual Holocaust Reflection Contest sponsored by the Holocaust Learning and Education Fund, Inc. and hosted by Nova Southeastern University. Students begin by selecting a quotation or survivor's story that inspires them, then submit their reflection in the form of an original essay, a poem, a short film, or an art piece. Find more information at http://www.nova.edu/holocaustcontest.