FAU Expert: AI Can Change the Course of College Recruiting

By | August 22, 2023

As artificial intelligence reshapes much of our daily lives, it could also shake up the way college coaches recruit players to their schools, according to one sports expert at Florida Atlantic University.

Study Finds Massive Loss of U.S. Coastline Tidal Flats Over 31 Years

By | August 22, 2023

FAU researchers provide the first big picture nationwide of a 'coastal squeeze' in the contiguous U.S. from 1985 to 2015, which has resulted in degeneration of tidal flats due to urban expansion.

FAU Receives National Academy of Inventors Chapter of Excellence Award

By | August 18, 2023

Florida Atlantic University's chapter of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI) was recently honored with the inaugural Chapter of Excellence Award during the NAI Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.

New Index Suggests Where Prices Might Grow, Decline in United States

By | August 16, 2023

A new price-to-rent ratio from researchers at Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University sheds light on which areas might see price growth or declines.

FAU Study Reveals Common Wristbands 'Hotbed' for Harmful Bacteria

By | August 16, 2023

A study tested various textures of wristbands to determine if they harbor pathogenic bacteria. E. coli was prevalent on 60 percent of wristbands and Staphylococcus was prevalent on 85 percent of wristbands.

FAU Study: Perils of Not Being Attractive or Athletic in Middle School

By | August 10, 2023

A first-of-its-kind FAU research study shows life is harder for children who are not attractive or athletic. As their unpopularity grows, so do their problems - increasing loneliness and alcohol misuse.

Protected Sex: Study Records Grouper Mating Calls in U.S. Caribbean

By | August 9, 2023

FAU Harbor Branch researchers deployed an autonomous, passive acoustic platform to survey marine protected areas on the western shelf of Puerto Rico during grouper reproductive seasons.

Study: Foreign-Born CEOs More Likely to be Dismissed from Firms

By | August 8, 2023

Foreign-born CEOs are more likely to be fired than native-born CEOs if the firm they are leading is performing poorly, according to researchers at Florida Atlantic University and another school.

FAU Celebrates Summer 2023 Graduates

By | August 8, 2023

Florida Atlantic University will confer more than 1,800 degrees today for the summer semester during three in-person commencement ceremonies in the Carole and Barry Kaye Performing Arts Auditorium.

Study Compares Youth Detained for Prostitution With Serious Offenders

By | August 8, 2023

A study is the first to use a nationally representative sample to compare risk factors and characteristics of youth detained for sex trafficking to youth detained for more serious offenses such as murder.