Study: Retail Workers Struggling with Deviant Customers

By | April 6, 2023

Labor shortages and fiscal pressure have forced new responsibilities on retail workers, according to researchers at FAU and three other schools.

NIL Deal Could be Game-changer for Amateur Athletes in Smaller Sports

By | April 5, 2023

A Clemson University lacrosse player's landmark NIL deal could be the catalyst for similar arrangements for amateur athletes who play non-revenue-generating sports, according to expert at FAU.

U.S. Home Prices Moderate, but Buyers are Still Paying Hefty Premiums

By | April 4, 2023

Atlanta is the nation's most overvalued housing market, although Florida remains at the center of the U.S. real estate correction, new research shows.

FAU's College of Business Receives Grant from JPMorgan Chase

By | March 30, 2023

FAU's College of Business has received a sponsorship from JP Morgan Chase's Women on the Move to create programs and opportunities to prepare students from many backgrounds in the finance industry.

Could Changes in Fed's Interest Rates Affect the Environment?

By | March 28, 2023

A study by FAU's College of Business explored the interplay between domestic and international monetary policy impacts and CO2 emissions.

Study: Renting Beats Buying in Vast Majority of U.S.

By | March 6, 2023

Despite widespread home price declines, renting still makes more sense than owning in the vast majority of U.S. housing markets, according to researchers at FAU and FIU.

A.D. Henderson Students Enjoy Career Day

By | February 24, 2023

Students at A.D. Henderson University School in Boca Raton were able to get a glimpse into their potential future as more than 40 presenters dropped by for Career Day today.

FAU Tech Runway® Announces Latest Venture Class

By | February 21, 2023

FAU Tech Runway® recently accepted 16 companies to participate in the 11th cohort of its Venture Program.

Renters Get Sticker Shock in Three New England Markets

By | February 21, 2023

Three housing markets in the U.S. Northeast are dealing with rent spikes even as the nation's rental crisis showed more signs of moderation in January.

U.S. Rents Moderating, but Affordability Issues Linger

By | February 6, 2023

December 2022 rents fell in 71 of the nation's 100 largest metropolitan areas even as markets in Florida remain overvalued and unaffordable for many consumers