NEWS ARCHIVE


SBDC at FAU Receives $500K in Funding from Citi Foundation

By | July 29, 2021

The SBDC at FAU recently received $500,000 from the Citi Foundation to support their continued work in providing technical assistance to small businesses owned by people of color.

Experts Urge Health Care Workers to Accept COVID-19 Vaccinations ASAP

By | July 26, 2021

Charles H. Hennekens, M.D., Dr.PH, FAU Schmidt College of Medicine, and collaborator, address the clinical and public health challenges for health care workers to achieve high levels of COVID-19 vaccinations.

Nations Need to Consider Culture in Fighting Future Pandemics

By | July 22, 2021

A nation's culture played a role in its ability to curtail the spread of COVID-19, providing a roadmap for future pandemics that will save lives and minimize the economic fallout.

Novel Method Predicts if COVID-19 Clinical Trials Will Fail or Succeed

By | July 21, 2021

FAU College of Engineering and Computer Science researchers are the first to model COVID-19 completion versus cessation in clinical trials using machine learning algorithms and ensemble learning.

Former Duke Basketball Coach McCallie to Address FAU Students

By | July 12, 2021

Former Duke University women's basketball coach Joanne P. McCallie will speak to students in Florida Atlantic University's College of Business on July 22.

Hispanics Upbeat about Finances, but Consumer Confidence Dips

By | July 7, 2021

Consumer confidence among U.S. Hispanics fell in the second quarter, though optimism about their overall finances is building as the nation continues its recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Internet Crime Victims, Losses Rising in Florida and Five Other States

By | July 6, 2021

Illinois emerged as a new hotbed for internet crime in 2020, though California continued to lead the nation with the largest online fraud victim losses and number of victims.

FAU Study Reveals Most Important Factors in Selecting Campsites

By | June 23, 2021

What makes the consummate campsite? Price and availability of electricity are the main factors, with proximity to a body of water and canyon views less important.

Study on Traffic Deaths Makes Strong Case for Remote Work

By | June 16, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked renewed interest in remote work arrangements, which also could help improve occupational and traffic safety.

Future Pandemic? Consider Altering Animal Agriculture Practices

By | June 2, 2021

FAU bioethicist Justin Bernstein, Ph.D., offers three plausible solutions to mitigate zoonotic risk associated with intensive animal agriculture for public health.