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February has long been the month that baseball revs up in Florida, calling fans from around the country to enjoy their favorite sport while the snow is flying elsewhere. A new tradition of February baseball begins Tuesday, Feb. 3, with the season opener of Palm Beach Atlantic’s Sailfish on their home field in Rubin Park at the Marshall and Vera Lea Rinker Athletic Campus. Opening ceremonies are set for 5:45 p.m. in advance of the 6 p.m. opening pitch against Lynn University. The public is invited. Among those participating in the opening ceremonies are John J. and Sheila Rinker, representing the Marshall and Vera Lea Rinker Foundation, and other key contributors to the athletic campus including the J. M Rubin Foundation, The Richard and Helen DeVos Foundation, and the Albert E. and Birdie W. Einstein Fund.
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The Palm Beach Atlantic University School of Nursing is expanding its local mission efforts by serving this semester at the Belle Glade Life Center.
PBA Volunteers Help Glades Children Try on Nursing Careers

Palm Beach Atlantic University's Orlando campus and its counseling faculty recently hosted "Strengthening Adoptive Families," a workshop for those considering adoption or who have adopted children.
Orlando Campus Hosts Workshop to Support Adoptive Families

David Platt, pastor, author and newly appointed president of the International Mission Board (IMB) of the Southern Baptist Convention, will speak to Palm Beach Atlantic University students and the public at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 11, at Family Church Downtown at First Baptist, 1101 S. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach.
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'Radical' Author Platt to Speak at Tour Event on Feb. 11

The School of Music and Fine Arts at Palm Beach Atlantic University will host the ninth annual Palm Beach Atlantic International Piano Festival on the University's main campus Feb. 16-22. Concerts throughout the week will showcase the skills of young artists who hail from such countries as Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, France, Jordan, Lithuania, Portugal, Russia, Spain and Taiwan.
Festival's Concerts, Master Classes Celebrate Piano Artistry

More than 200 Palm Beach Atlantic University students, faculty and staff took part in five service projects across Palm Beach County during the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Monday.
Students Remember Martin Luther King With Day of Service

The J.J.'s Entrepreneurs business plan competition at Palm Beach Atlantic University kicks off this week for its fourth year. The competition offers a top prize of $10,000 in seed money and a second-place prize of $5,000.
Categories: General NewsNews01/2015
Business Contest Offering $10,000 Prize Enters Fourth Year

Palm Beach Atlantic University Professor of Urban Christian Ministry Dr. Terriel Byrd has been invited to speak on the topics of racial reconciliation and civil rights at two upcoming events in Palm Beach County.
Dr. Byrd to Speak on Racial Reconciliation, Civil Rights

Mark Bresnahan has joined Palm Beach Atlantic University's Office of Finance, Administration and Planning as the new procurement officer.
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Bresnahan Joins University as Procurement Officer

Faculty of Palm Beach Atlantic University's School of Arts and Sciences recently gave literary presentations as part of the Palm Beach County Library System's Book Life program.
Dr. Jones Delivers Talks for County Library System

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