NEWS ARCHIVE


FAU and Barb Schmidt Launch Student Activism Fellowship

By | May 15, 2018

Fellowship is for high school students interested in community involvement and social change. Students can earn 6 college credits and a stipend.

Research Park at FAU Releases 2018 Report

By | May 15, 2018

The Research Park at Florida Atlantic University® today released its annual report to the community.

FAU Department of Theatre Presents 'Easy Virtue'

By | May 14, 2018

Graduate students are joined by professionals in this breezy, wonderful splash of comedy.

FAU Tech Runway® Reveals its Largest Class

By | May 11, 2018

FAU Tech Runway® held its 2018 Launch Competition and Demo Day, revealing its sixth and largest class. The top seven winners each received a $15,000 check, totaling $105,000 in cash investments.

How Parents Cause Children's Friendships to End

By | May 10, 2018

A new study reveals why childhood friendships fall apart and is the first to demonstrate that parents are an important source of these breakups.

FAU Poll Finds Florida U.S. Senate Race Remains Close

By | May 9, 2018

Florida Gov. Rick Scott has opened a four-point lead on U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, 44 to 40 percent, with 16 percent undecided, according to a statewide survey by FAU's Business and Economics Polling Initiative.

Osher LLI at FAU Announces Summer Course Schedule

By | May 8, 2018

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Florida Atlantic University in Jupiter has announced its course offerings for the summer semester, which begins Tuesday, May 15.

FAU Student Wins CFGS 3MT Competition

By | May 7, 2018

Florida Atlantic University student Keith Murphy recently won the Conference of Florida Graduate Schools (CFGS) 3MT Competition with his presentation, "Using Light to Control Meal Size."

FAU Honors 2018 Hall of Fame Inductee & Distinguished Alumni

By | May 3, 2018

The FAUAA hosted its annual Hall of Fame and Distinguished Alumni ceremony and reception.

FAU Graduate Finding New Ways to Study Sea Level Rise

By | May 2, 2018

Mosquitoes, alligators, crocodiles and pythons haven't stopped Hannah Cooper from collecting important data on the impacts of sea level rise deep within the Florida Everglades.