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Fulbright HSI Leader 2023

FAU Named Fulbright HSI Leader by the U.S. Department of State

By | 11/01/2023

Florida Atlantic University has been named as a Fulbright Hispanic-Serving Institution Leader for 2023. Each year, the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs recognizes the strong engagement of select Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) with the Fulbright Program, the U.S. government’s flagship international academic exchange program. This is the first time FAU has been featured as part of this initiative.

Research Award

Dr. Terjesen Receives 2023 Distinguished Researcher Award

By | 10/19/2023

Congratulations to Dr. Siri Terjesen, the College of Business Associate Dean for Research & External Relations, for being honored with the 2023 Distinguished Researcher Award by FAU Research Park at the Awards & Celebration of Entrepreneurship on October 18, 2023, at Boca West Country Club.

FAU Kicker and Punter Indexes

FAU Indexes Rank College Football Kickers and Punters

By | 09/19/2023

Over the past five years, researchers at Florida Atlantic University have gathered data and created formulas to evaluate kickers and punters, two of the most underappreciated positions in football.

Terjesen Awarded Top Honors

FAU Professor Awarded Top Honors from Management Journal

By | 09/18/2023

Siri Terjesen, Ph.D., an associate dean in Florida Atlantic University’s College of Business, was awarded top honors for a paper published in a leading management policy journal.

Price-to-Rent July 2023

STUDY: New Index Suggests Where Prices Might Grow, Decline in United States

By | 08/16/2023

As homebuyers look for opportunities in the real estate market, a new price-to-rent ratio from researchers at Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University sheds light on which metropolitan areas might see price growth or declines in the United States.

Foreign-born CEOs

Study: Foreign-born CEOs More Likely to Be Dismissed From Firms

By | 08/08/2023

Foreign-born CEOs are more likely to be fired than native-born CEOs if the firm they are leading is performing poorly, according to a new study from researchers at Florida Atlantic University and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.