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August 03, 2015

University students who are Florida residents will benefit from increases in two important state financial aid programs in the coming year. The Florida Resident Access Grant (FRAG) award to students seeking a bachelor’s degree increases $350 from $2,150 to $2,500, which is more than a 16 percent hike. Florida’s Bright Futures award has grown slight, with the Florida Academic up from $100 to $103 and the Florida Medallion up from $75 to $77 per credit hour.
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Arts patron Kenneth Fay had a passion for dance and over his lifetime collected hundreds of photographs that captured the essence of dance in New York City during the late 1960s and early 1970s. A portion of Fay’s extensive collection is now on exhibit in the Tauni De Lesseps Gallery of the Warren Library through August. Thanks to the generosity of PBA Professor of Dance Dr. Kathleen Klein, an acquaintance of the late Kenneth Fay, the collection was donated to University Archives. The exhibit entitled, “Uncovered Gems: Dance Photography from the Golden Era,” features 36 photographs from the collection.

Matthew Crumb, a 2103 graduate of Palm Beach Atlantic University's School of Arts and Sciences, has been chosen for the prestigious John Jay Fellows Program offered through the Philadelphia-based John Jay Institute.
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Alumna Katia Martinez has been recognized as a 2013 Beginning Teacher of the Year finalist in Palm Beach County. The Palm Beach County School District and Education Foundation Tuesday partnered to honor first year and mentor teachers. The award distinguishes those teachers whose passion for education motivates them to go above and beyond to inspire their students. Nominated by their principals, the finalists stand out as examples of the excellence within their school and district.

Palm Beach Atlantic University Provost and Chief Academic Officer Dr. Joseph Kloba recently announced nine faculty promotions.

Palm Beach Atlantic University will serve as home base for more than 1,200 summer campers with a heart for missions who will be performing community service throughout Palm Beach County during the month of June.
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