PBA students Stephanie Plateroti (second from right) and Rebecca Smith (right) teach hand games to children in Albania. The crude house with an interior wall made of cardboard is an image that remains with Palm Beach
It was a three-month road trip of sorts through numerous cities and villages across southern Africa. Each day the travelers met with local residents and prayed for them. At night, they often slept in tents. In all, they logged an estimated 1,500 miles of travel across six countries.
First-year student Alex Doughman picks up trash along Southern Boulevard, one of several locations where Palm Beach Atlantic University students took part in Welcome Week Workship projects on Saturday. Visitors to downtown West Palm Beach’s
On Monday, Palm Beach Atlantic University welcomed the largest incoming undergraduate class in its history — nearly 800 students. Meanwhile, the University is on track to surpass previous records for total enrollment, although official figures will not be available until later in the fall.
Addressing a diverse body of new and returning faculty and staff, Palm Beach Atlantic University President William M.B. Fleming Jr. spoke of unity, one of PBA’s six core values, as a guide for the new academic year during his annual State of the University presentation on Monday. President
It was a record-setting summer for the team that hosted Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Student Orientation, Advising and Registration (S.O.A.R.) events for incoming students. Palm Beach Atlantic University President William M.B. Fleming Jr. (left) presents
The Palm Beach Atlantic University Sailfish will see 12 teams suit up for the 2013-14 academic year with five male teams being joined by seven female teams. The Sailfish men's and women's soccer teams along with the women's volleyball and cross-country teams will report to campus soon to begin
The 2013-14 academic year officially began Monday morning for some 315 graduate students in the Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy at Palm Beach Atlantic University. Among them were 78 first-year students who make up the 13th class of entering students since the school’s founding in 2001.
The Palm Beach Atlantic University Preparatory Department will hold an open house at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 17, in Vera Lea Rinker Hall, 326 Acacia Road, West Palm Beach. The Preparatory Department offers premier music, dance and vocal lessons for children ages 5-18. During the open house,
The Princeton Review, an education services company widely known for it test prep programs and college and graduate school guides, named Palm Beach Atlantic University (PBA) among the 138 institutions in its "Best in the Southeast" section of its website feature, "2014 Best Colleges: Region by