Is living in the New York metropolitan area losing its appeal? It's entirely possible, say researchers at Florida Atlantic and Florida International universities.
Housing markets in eight of 10 key metro areas of Florida are overpriced as home values continue to climb in much of the state despite the uncertainty created by the pandemic.
Florida Atlantic University's International Business undergraduate program moved up three spots to No. 22 in the latest U.S. News & World Report national rankings.
After falling behind Democratic nominee Joe Biden in May, U.S. President Donald Trump has surged back into a virtual dead heat in the battleground Sunshine State.
Florida Atlantic University moved up in the U.S. News & World Report list of "Top Public Schools," to No. 136 in this year's ranking of the nation's best universities. FAU ranked No. 140 in 2020.
Companies affected by the coronavirus pandemic will get a boost this fall from students in Florida Atlantic University's College of Business.
The U.S. housing market has remained surprisingly resilient during the coronavirus crisis, pushing home prices even higher and making renting the more attractive option in many markets.
The health care industry's trend toward making care more consumer-driven and patient-centered by transferring risk and control to patients is actually placing more stress on those who work on the front lines.
The next crop of health care professionals has a price when it comes to illegally releasing confidential medical information, according to researchers.
FAU researchers and collaborators have received a grant from the National Science Foundation to study populations in risky housing conditions in the midst of a pandemic and a very busy hurricane season.