Researchers are the first to study the differences in the risk of death associated with osteoarthritis involving 51,983 Americans who were followed for up to 20 years and reveals some unexpected results.
A study is the first to use qualitative research to generate insider knowledge into law enforcement officers' experiences with and views on body-worn cameras in a post-Ferguson era.
A study is the first to find a connection between paid sick leave and financial worry in the U.S. Americans without paid sick leave worry significantly about both short-term and long-term financial issues.
A study by FAU's Center for Urban and Environmental Solutions shows that the vast majority of counties in the Florida Panhandle were less prepared for emergency evacuation compared to the rest of the state.
A study on sextortion, the fastest-growing cyberthreat to children, is the first to empirically examine the prevalence of this behavior among adolescents across the United States.
FAU's Public Ethics Academy recently received a $475,000 endowment from the LeRoy Collins Legacy Group, Inc. to name the LeRoy Collins Public Ethics Academy in honor of former Florida Gov. LeRoy Collins.
Marianna Colvin, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Phyllis and Harvey Sandler School of Social Work within the College for Design and Social Inquiry recently was named the “2018 Social Work Educator of the Year” by ... More
Research conducted by Florida Atlantic University and Cleveland State University has, for the first time, quantified the relationship between the lack of paid sick leave and poverty in the United States.
Jean Martin Caldieron, Ph.D., associate professor in the FAU School of Architecture, has been selected for the J. William Fulbright Scholarship award to conduct research in Mozambique.
In a new study, FAU researchers investigated treatment readiness, or the characteristics that are likely to promote treatment engagement, to predict who seeks and who stays in substance-use treatment.