A team from Atlantic High School received first place during the recent High School Mathematics Competition at PBA. Members of the first-place team were, from left, Mike Klionsky, Benny Tom, Hayden Jansen, Hanif Ahmed, Gowri Nayar and
Pat Bassett, director of online learning at Palm Beach Atlantic University, has been named the 2012 recipient of the Pearson Cite Excellence in Online Administration Award. Pat Bassett The award honors outstanding
Caregiving is something Christine Brooks has always done, from her days tending to patients as a critical care staff nurse to her current role nurturing young minds as assistant professor of nursing at Palm Beach Atlantic University.
Palm Beach Atlantic University Provost and Chief Academic Officer Dr. Joseph Kloba recently announced 10 faculty promotions. Dr. Yuh Jia “Mike” Chen of Palm Beach Gardens has been promoted to professor of business statistics. He earned his bachelor’s degree at Soochow University
Dr. Leslie Turner (center), Interim Dean of PBA's Rinker School of Business, poses with students visiting PBA from the University of Salzburg, Austria. He, the students and instructors gathered around the statue of Dr. Jess Moody, founding president of PBA, located at the
Through a partnership between Palm Beach Atlantic University and the International Polo Club in Wellington, two PBA undergraduate business students were able to participate in an international business trip to Dubai this month. John Wash, president of club operations for
Ana Salguero discovered as a high school student that she enjoyed helping people in their hour of need. She decided to study at Palm Beach Atlantic University's School of Nursing, where she became a member of the University’s Nursing Student Association and the Nurses Christian Fellowship,
Executive Women of the Palm Beaches recently awarded scholarships to Palm Beach Atlantic University students (from left) Kayla Viaud, Emily Pain, Alysa Luching and Jeni Chavez. Not pictured is Samantha Axtell. Five
Like many people, Palm Beach Atlantic University pharmacy student Jonathan “Jay” Jackson once sought earthly praise as he worked to accomplish his goals. Gregory School of Pharmacy Outstanding Graduate Jonathan "Jay" Jackson receives an award from West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio
Katie TenHoeve and Kimberly Hoag not only share the same physical features, they also share a common desire to heal others. Kimberly Hoag, left, congratulates her sister, Katie TenHoeve, after Honors Chapel at PBA.