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October 05, 2022

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...

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October 04, 2022

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...

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August 10, 2022

The new Engineering Research Center for Smart Streetscapes (CS3) will be supported for five years with $26 million; renewable for an additional five years, for a total of up to $52 million. The ERC program is NSF’s flagship...

NSF Grant Awarded to Challenge Response for Sea Level Rise Along Gulf of Mexico
January 26, 2022

The National Science Foundation awarded a team of researchers from Florida Atlantic University, University of Miami, Texas A&M, and Louisiana State University $149,577 to create an interdisciplinary research network to address...

Older African Americans More Physically Active in Green Neighborhoods
October 22, 2021

Researchers from the Department of Urban and Regional Planning are first to explore whether greater amounts of neighborhood open space and forest are associated with neighborhood-based walking in older adults.

Diana Mitsova Eminent Scholar
October 21, 2020

Associate professor in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Diana Mitsova, Ph.D. , was appointed the John DeGrove Eminent Scholar Chair in Growth Management and Development.

I-Cube Tabletop Exercise
June 25, 2020

Participants in infrastructure restoration prioritization research took part in a fun, interactive, computer-based exercise at the Florida Governor’s Hurricane Conference.

Dr. Mitsova publishes in Natural Hazards
August 06, 2018

Large-scale damage to the power infrastructure from hurricanes and high-wind events can have devastating ripple effects on infrastructure, the broader economy, households, communities, and regions.

Dr. Mitsova published in The Journal of Environmental Planning Management
April 24, 2018

The Journal of Environmental Planning Management published Dr. Diana Mitsova’s research on Spatial decision support for nature-based shoreline stabilization options in subtropical estuarine environments.

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September 03, 2015

A collaborative project between Lehigh University, Florida Atlantic University and Georgia State University funded by the National Science Foundation. Read more.