A cross-cultural study is the first to examine factors that influenced the decision to get the COVID-19 vaccine in an international sample of college students from the U.S., Israel and the Czech Republic.
An invention by a researcher in FAU's Schmidt College of Medicine designed to treat ischemic stroke, protect brain tissue from injury and minimize the size of a brain infarct has received a new U.S. patent.
FAU recently hosted the University's 54th annual Honors Convocation at the University Theatre in the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, Boca Raton campus.
Florida Atlantic University's College of Business remains one of a select group of academic institutions with global accreditation in business, a universal standard certifying a program's quality.
A study by a researcher in FAU's College of Social Work and Criminal Justice is the first to test for gender differences in risk factors and experiences of youth incarcerated for childhood prostitution.
Florida Atlantic University students David Baldwin and Michael Green have been named 2023 Goldwater Scholars.
Labor shortages and fiscal pressure have forced new responsibilities on retail workers, according to researchers at FAU and three other schools.
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.
Mara Schiff, Ph.D., an associate professor in FAU's College of Social Work and Criminal Justice, will receive the prestigious Fulbright Global Scholar Award (academic year 2023-24).
FAU researchers are the first to use a new autonomous, submersible holographic 3D microscope and imaging system to characterize red tide in the field and break new ground for monitoring harmful algal blooms.