As world-class polo players and fans celebrated the close of another exciting season at International Polo Club Palm Beach recently, a couple of enterprising business students from Palm Beach Atlantic University may have come out the biggest winners of all — at least from their perspective.
The City of West Palm Beach will present a roundtable symposium on public comment at city meetings from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Lassiter Student Center, 900 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach. The event is open to the public. Since April 4, the issue of
The Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness at Palm Beach Atlantic University has announced the recipients of the University's 2013-2014 Quality Initiative Grants. The grant cycle runs from July 1, 2013, to June 30, 2014. ♦ Dr. Mireille Aleman, assistant
Alumnae tea committee co-chairs Natalie Alvarez, left, and Gina Sabean, right, greet speaker Fonda Huizenga, center. “High Tea by the Sea” was the theme of the Palm Beach
Palm Beach Atlantic University Peer-to-Peer Mentors for the 2012-2013 academic year included (front row, l-r) Alli Gerking, Alex Joyner, Katherine Harvey (second row, l-r) Mary Skruck, Julie Sandberg, Samantha Loutzenhiser, (third row, l-r) Susanna Nixon and
Palm Beach Atlantic University President William M.B. Fleming Jr. recently recognized two employees and two students for their efforts to promote community and civic engagement on and off campus. University President William M.B. Fleming Jr., far right,
Receiving the 2013 Aneice Lassiter Excellence in Nursing awards are, from left, Gary Williams, Lauren Parker, Brittany Kiel, Jacqueline Muniz and Seth Olaynick. Five graduates of Palm Beach Atlantic University’s School of Nursing have
Chris Hernandez, managing editor of The Beacon newspaper until he graduated last December, has won high marks from the Evangelical Press Association for his Beacon story “The Jesus Vote.” On Thursday the association released the results of its 2013 Higher Goal Awards.
Michael Fritz didn’t have a chance to hear his name being announced as the Outstanding Graduate of the School of Education and Behavioral Studies at Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Honors Chapel ceremony last month. That’s because he was in Charlotte, N.C., receiving two national awards for
Two Palm Beach Atlantic University graduates were among the Palm Healthcare Foundation Nursing Distinction Award winners announced last week. Alexandra Gropp Alexandra Gropp, who