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ֱ's J.A. Scott Kelso, Ph.D., Awarded Prestigious Global Chair

By | June 6, 2024

J. A. Scott Kelso, Ph.D., the Glenwood and Martha Creech Eminent Scholar Chair in Science in ֱ's Charles E. Schmidt College of Science, has received a prestigious Global Chair by the University of Bath.

ֱ Honors George W. Schaeffer as Business Leader of the Year

By | May 23, 2024

ֱ's College of Business recently hosted a ceremony to honor George W. Schaeffer, president and CEO of People's Trust Insurance, as its 30th Business Leader of the Year.

ֱ to Offer 2024 Summer Camps

By | May 21, 2024

ֱ will host a series of summer camps beginning in June.

ֱ Executive Education Ranked No. 2 in the U.S. for the Second Year

By | May 20, 2024

ֱ's College of Business Executive Education program garnered the No. 2 spot in the U.S. for exceptional program offerings from the Financial Times for the second year in a row.

ֱ Hosts Inaugural Amyloid Related Diseases Summit

By | May 17, 2024

The summit brought together leading scientists in the field across North America and Europe to discuss the latest research and advancements in the study of amyloid-related diseases.

2024 Florida Atlantic WAVE Competition Awards Announced

By | May 14, 2024

Florida Atlantic's Division of Research has announced the 2024 winners of the ninth annual Florida Atlantic WAVE Competition, an undergraduate and graduate applied research and entrepreneurial competition

ֱ Hosts Successful Supply Chain Competition with IMI

By | May 9, 2024

A team of undergraduate students won ֱ's inaugural supply chain competition for their innovative solution to a real-life inventory management problem.

ֱ Celebrates 10 Years of Conferring M.D. Degrees

By | May 6, 2024

ֱ's Schmidt College of Medicine celebrated the nation's newest physicians and biomedical researchers during the commencement ceremony, which marked 10 years of conferring M.D. degrees.

ֱ Celebrates Spring 2024 Graduates

By | May 4, 2024

ֱ conferred a record-number 3,600 degrees over the course of seven in-person commencement ceremonies in the Carole and Barry Kaye Performing Arts Auditorium.