Roosevelt Middle School educator Todd LaVogue, a 1999 graduate of Palm Beach Atlantic University, recently received the first-place Educators Choice Award for his project “What’s Up Egypt?” during Microsoft's Partners in Learning U.S. Forum. LaVogue is one of 16 U.S.
Pharmacy student Cristin Kelly administers a glucose test. The mission field can be as close as your own back
Palm Beach County native and former trustee of Palm Beach Atlantic University Richard S. Johnson passed away Saturday at his home in North Carolina. He was 82. Mr. Johnson, who also was a resident of Palm Beach, served on the University's Board of Trustees from 1993 to 2010 and served on the
Palm Beach Atlantic University recently has acquired the prestigious and long running Probate and Pumpernickel, a luncheon and educational series for attorneys and CPAs. Joyce Boyer, who established the series more than 30 years ago, passed away in June. Palm Beach Atlantic University had hosted
The Lassiter Student Center was one of several PBA buildings that received renovations during the summer. While students were away for the summer, workers at Palm Beach Atlantic University were busy
Palm Beach Atlantic University is one of the best colleges in the Southeast, according to the nationally known education services company The Princeton Review. It is one of 136 institutions The Princeton Review recommends in its “Best in the Southeast” section of its website feature,
Palm Beach Atlantic University faculty and staff opened the University’s 45th academic year on Monday with prayer, song and fellowship during the University’s annual Community Day activities. Held in the week before classes begin, Community Day is a PBA tradition that began with a worship
Tenth Avenue North members (from left) Jason Jamison, Ruben Juarez, Mike Donehey, Jeff Owen and Brendon Shirley will kick off "The Struggle" tour on Sept. 13 with sponsorship from Palm Beach Atlantic University. Their new album will be available starting Aug. 21.
PBA business student Toma Sakurai (far left, back row) visits with women in India who assisted him with his research for the Rinker School of Business this summer. The plight of impoverished women in India has troubled Palm Beach Atlantic University
PBA alumna Dr. Julie Lynch McDonald receives the Warren E. Weaver Service Award from Dr. Keith Allhands, board member for Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International (CPFI) and chair of the awards committee.