NEWS ARCHIVE


Palm Health Foundation Computational Brain Health Graduate Fellows

By | November 30, 2023

Five FAU Ph.D. ֱ have been selected to receive the "Computational Brain Science and Health Graduate Fellowships," through a generous gift of $1 million from the Palm Health Foundation in 2022.

FAU Receives Grant from Community Foundation of Broward

By | November 7, 2023

More than 3 million adults across Florida have mental health conditions, including veterans suffering from PTSD.

FAU Launches New School Dedicated to Environmental Sustainability

By | October 25, 2023

FAU has launched its new School of Environmental, Coastal, and Ocean Sustainability (ECOS), creating a comprehensive environmental hub at the university.

Floridians Believe in Climate Change and Want Government Action

By | October 23, 2023

Floridians are more convinced that climate change is happening than Americans as a whole and strongly support steps to address its impact, according to a new Florida Atlantic University survey.

FAU Makes Large Jump in 'U.S. News' 2024 List of Top Universities

By | September 18, 2023

Florida Atlantic University made considerable gains in the U.S. News & World Report list of "Top Public Schools," moving up to No. 112 from No. 131 in this year's ranking of the nation's best universities.

Eureka! Groundbreaking Study Uncovers Origin of 'Conscious Awareness'

By | September 18, 2023

FAU researchers provide the first quantified observations of the "birth" of purpose in human infants, as they recognize their causal powers and transition from spontaneous to intentional behavior.

Study First to Show Impacts of Heat on U.S. Leatherback Hatchlings

By | September 7, 2023

FAU researchers have uncovered the correlation between nest temperatures on leatherback hatchling shape, performance and hatching success in the United States.

FAU Lands $4.2 Million NIH Grant for Air Quality, Alzheimer's Study

By | August 23, 2023

FAU researchers will examine the effects of smoke-related pollution from agricultural burns on Alzheimer's and related dementias risks on farmworkers and rural residents along Florida's Lake Okeechobee.

Study Finds Massive Loss of U.S. Coastline Tidal Flats Over 31 Years

By | August 22, 2023

FAU researchers provide the first big picture nationwide of a 'coastal squeeze' in the contiguous U.S. from 1985 to 2015, which has resulted in degeneration of tidal flats due to urban expansion.