FAU New Home to Award-winning Website 'The Invading Sea'
The Invading Sea, an award-winning website featuring content on climate change in Florida, now has a new home at Florida Atlantic University.
FAU Announces Winners of 2023 'Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition'
Florida Atlantic University has announced the winners of the seventh annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition hosted by the Graduate College.
FAU Seeks Participants for Study on Effects of Harmful Algal Blooms
FAU Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing and Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute researchers are currently seeking participants for a study evaluating potential impacts of exposure to harmful algal blooms.
They Matched! FAU's Soon-to-be Physicians Celebrate 'Match' Day
The Schmidt College of Medicine's class of 2023 opened their sealed envelopes at noon on this "Match Day," and learned where they will fulfill their dreams for medical residency training.
Dean Naelys Luna, Ph.D., Named American Council on Education Fellow
Naelys Luna, Ph.D., dean of FAU's College of Social Work and Criminal Justice, has been named an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow for academic year 2023-24.
School of Architecture to Participate in Venice Architecture Biennale
Florida Atlantic University's School of Architecture has been invited to showcase two research projects at La Biennale Architettura.
FAU Receives $2.8 Million Gift for Queen Conch Farm in Grand Bahama
FAU's Harbor Branch has received a $2.8 million gift to establish a queen conch hatchery in Grand Bahama. The project is built on a network of collaborators to secure local support and collaboration.
All Work, No Independent Play Cause of Youth Declining Mental Health
A study shows that adults' good intentions to guide and protect children has deprived them of the independence needed for mental health, contributing to record levels of anxiety, depression, and suicide.
Men Over 65 at Greater Risk than Women of Skull Fractures from Falls
Researchers from FAU's Schmidt College of Medicine conducted a study comparing the risk of skull fractures from falls in geriatric males and females and uncovered some unexpected results.
Does Current Shellfish Culture Gear Curb 'Crunching' Rays?
Marine rays like to "crunch" on clams, which can sometimes take a big bite out of clammers' profits. FAU Harbor Branch researchers assessed the efficacy of anti-predator materials on whitespotted eagle rays.