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Life Trustee: Quattlebaum Land Acquisition 'God's Surprise'

The Quattlebaum family's recent decision to sell its property to PBA follows a tradition of support that goes back several decades. The recent announcement that Palm Beach Atlantic University would acquire the Quattlebaum funeral home property came

Dean Appointed for Rinker School of Business

Palm Beach Atlantic University Provost and Chief Academic Officer Dr. Joseph A. Kloba announced that Dr. Leslie Turner, professor of accounting, has been appointed dean for the Rinker School of Business. “Dr. Turner is a man of deep personal faith. He has garnered the support of his faculty

Killets Named Associate Dean at PBA

Palm Beach Atlantic University Provost and Chief Academic Officer Dr. Joseph A. Kloba has announced the appointment of Ann Killets, former chief academic officer for the School District of Palm Beach County, as associate dean for education programs in the University’s School of Education and

Award Recipient Opens Minds to Great Authors, Their Craft

Before she became captivated by the words of Mark Twain, Herman Melville and Nathaniel Hawthorne, Dr. Jenifer Elmore, associate professor of English at Palm Beach Atlantic University, fell in love with the language of mathematics and science. “I felt like that’s where I wanted to excel, and

Program Teaches Teens Free Enterprise Principles Firsthand

Some entrepreneurial high school students have been quite literally getting their hands dirty during the Free Enterprise Leadership Challenge at Palm Beach Atlantic University this week. As a business enterprise, one group of teens offered custom tie-dyeing for T-shirts and sold tie-dyed

M-FUGE Brings Its Tradition of Service Back to PBA Campus

Picking up trash, painting elderly residents’ homes, planting trees and spending time with local children were all in a day’s work for about 1,200 summer campers and adults who attended the 2013 M-FUGE camp at Palm Beach Atlantic University in June. M-FUGE

Outstanding Pharmacy Grad Overcomes, Learns from Struggles

Recent pharmacy school graduate Samantha Axtell of Wellington not only excelled in school despite painful flare-ups of fibromyalgia, but she also believes her pain has made her a better pharmacist. Dr. Samantha Axtell “I have found peace in the

University Librarian Receives National Award

Cheri du Mée, associate librarian and learning resources consultant for the Warren Library, recently received the 2013 Volunteer of the Year Award at the closing awards dinner of the Association of Christian Librarians annual conference. The award was in recognition of her outstanding

Board Extends Accreditation of Gregory School of Pharmacy

The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) Board of Directors will extend its accreditation of the Doctor of Pharmacy program of Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy through June 30, 2017.