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FAU ranked as a top public university in the country

FAU ranked as a top public university in the country

September 13, 2019

This week, U.S. News & World Report listed FAU as one of the top public schools in the country at No. 140, but that’s wher...

Hillel hosts final Shabbat dinner of the semester

Hillel hosts final Shabbat dinner of the semester

April 16, 2019

About 200 people were in attendance, including FAU President John Kelly and Congressman Ted Deutch.

President John Kelly re-appointed, receives a $350,000 bonus

President John Kelly re-appointed, receives a $350,000 bonus

March 28, 2019

Kelly’s contract now ends in 2020.

President John Kelly might receive a $350,000 bonus, higher salary, contract extension

President John Kelly might receive a $350,000 bonus, higher salary, contract extension

March 22, 2019

The Florida Board of Governors will vote on whether to extend Kelly’s contract and raise his salary next week.

Science-oriented academy on Jupiter campus to open fall 2020

Science-oriented academy on Jupiter campus to open fall 2020

March 21, 2019

High school students will have the chance to learn with professionals in neuroscience, life science, and more fields.

FAU to build $35 million Jupiter campus STEM research facility

FAU to build $35 million Jupiter campus STEM research facility

November 20, 2018

The building will especially cater to the development of life science education and research.

FAU is the most diverse university in Florida

FAU is the most diverse university in Florida

October 16, 2018

The university boasts its ethnic diversity as one of its main pull factors — and it has the statistics to back it up.

Eleventh annual bonfire brings out thousands

Eleventh annual bonfire brings out thousands

September 10, 2018

Over 3,000 students filed onto the Housing Lawn Friday night as colored lights flashed and music blared for the annual fall bonf...

Owls Among Us: How Jeron Bornstein went from owning a single dollar to free tuition

September 4, 2018

After being homeless, going to jail, and recovering from drugs, 27-year-old engineering major Jeron Bornstein made a new life for himself at FAU.

Graduation ceremony canceled due to ‘credible threat’

Graduation ceremony canceled due to ‘credible threat’

August 7, 2018

A sticky note led to the evacuation of the Boca Student Union. Although, no suspicious items were found before or after a building sweep.

Provost search ends, new hire will oversee FAU’s 10 colleges

Provost search ends, new hire will oversee FAU’s 10 colleges

May 30, 2018

Oklahoma State dean Bret Danilowicz brings almost 20 years of experience to the position.

A rundown of the Schmidt Family Complex’s initial construction

A rundown of the Schmidt Family Complex’s initial construction

March 28, 2018

After lingering in the design process for more than a year, construction of the athletic complex is now in full swing