As reported in The Guardian, the US spends twice as much on a tax break for the rich as on rent for the poorest.
Participants in infrastructure restoration prioritization research took part in a fun, interactive, computer-based exercise at the Florida Governor’s Hurricane Conference.
On Friday, December 13, 2019 we watched as 227 bachelor’s graduates, 19 master’s graduates and 2 doctoral candidates walked across the commencement stage to receive their diploma from the College for Design and Social...
Dibakar Saha, Ph.D., and Eric Dumbaugh, Ph.D. co-authored a new research article that analyzed three years of crash data to model frequency.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a rapidly evolving global crisis that has multiple ramifications and impacts, particularly for those who are most vulnerable, and for those who are still recovering from past disasters. Individuals...
Retired planner Charles Graves is leading a historic preservation project in the 100-year-old community of Pearl City in Boca Raton.
The neighborhood environment may positively or negatively influence one’s ability to maintain cognitive function with age.
More than 300 people attended FAU’s inaugural Research Encounter in mid-February.
We are pleased to announce that, beginning in Fall 2020:
The measurable changes in sea-level rise – and the scientific projections of its increase within the next 30 years – present immense challenges to our notions of living and continuing to develop in South Florida’s flood...