When Elizabeth Gillespie first traveled to Uganda in the summer of 2013, she witnessed things that would trouble most people. Still, she goes back. "You physically leave, but a part of you never really does."
Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 23 percent among Hispanics, who see her as better prepared for improving the economy and keeping them safe from terrorism, according to a new national survey by FAU.
While spring is traditionally the busiest time for real estate sales, this summer could prove to be the hottest time for buying or selling a home, according to a real estate economist at FAU.
Alumni from eight of FAU's colleges were honored for their career accomplishments, and Brent Burns, B.B.A. '81, was introduced as the 2016 inductee into the FAUAA Hall of Fame.
FAU's Center for Economic Education within the College of Business has received $5,000 from State Farm to supply financial literacy educational materials and workshops for local area educators.
New study finds that vivid language intended to assure potential whistleblowers they will be protected from retaliation is instead likely to evoke fear and make them less likely to report misconduct.
Florida's incoming Senate President Joe Negron visited Florida Atlantic University's College of Business on the last day of his four-day tour of the state university system.
FAU student David Parshenkov is the winner of this year's Business Plan Competition with an idea for a communications tool he hopes will bring users together to share an experience via picture and video.
Which party wins the United States presidential election in November could change how investors play the stock market for years to come, says an FAU College of Business professor
Florida Atlantic University has announced the five finalists for this year's FAU Business Plan Competition, hosted by FAU's Adams Center for Entrepreneurship and the College of Business on Monday, April 11.