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07/2011
Palm Beach Atlantic University graduate Greg Perreault recently received the top student paper award during a competition sponsored by the Religion and Media Interest Group of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communicaton (AEJMC).
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The Palm Beach Atlantic University men’s and women’s tennis teams, led by Chi Ly, head coach and associate athletic director for academic support, received academic honors this month from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA).
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PBA Tennis Teams, Players Earn Academic Honors

The Palm Beach Atlantic University baseball program is adding a second All-Star to its coaching roster. Joining All-Star and Major League Baseball Hall-of-Famer Gary Carter is Kent Bottenfield, who will fill the role of associate head coach.
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The Alumni Association of Palm Beach Atlantic University has set its 24th annual golf tournament and auction for Saturday, Oct. 1, at the PGA National Resort & Spa. The tournament, which is open to the public, raises money for the Alumni Association Scholarship Fund. This year’s tournament will be hosted by baseball Hall of Famer and PBA baseball coach Gary Carter and includes a helicopter ball drop.
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Robert W. Simpson, Jr., chairman of Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Board of Trustees, today announced appointments to form a Presidential Search Committee to select the University’s eighth president. Trustee Gary Schroeder, a retired executive with Coca-Cola Enterprises, will chair the Presidential Search Committee. The committee will be aided in their work by an executive search consulting firm, which will be named later, Simpson said. Confidential inquiries concerning the University’s search can be sent to presidential_search@pba.edu.
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Palm Beach Atlantic University senior Joanna Casper is spending this summer assisting U.S. Rep. Allen West, R-Plantation, and his staff in his West Palm Beach office.
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Palm Beach Atlantic University graduate Jonatan Barahona is the winner of the Sounds of Civic songwriting competition. In addition to a new Honda Civic, he receives a chance to perform his winning song, "Forever," during the upcoming Honda Civic Tour.
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Alum Wins Car in National Songwriting Competition

For the fourth consecutive year, students from Palm Beach Atlantic University's Gregory School of Pharmacy have won the NASPA-NMA Student Pharmacist Self-Care Championship during the annual meeting of the Florida Pharmacy Association.
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Florida's only Christian Youth Theatre program kicks off at Palm Beach Atlantic University's Fern Street Theatre. An after-school version of CYT gets under way in September at Village Baptist Church in West Palm Beach, Florida.
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PBA Hosts Florida's Only Christian Youth Theatre Group

Dance as worship? Dance as a way to deliver the Good News? Dance, movement, choreography as a means for expressing one’s faith? Yes, dance can be all of that, says Randall Flinn, founder and artistic director of Ad Deum, a Houston-based dance and instructional troupe, which conducted a “dance intensive” this week at Palm Beach Atlantic University. Ad Deum, meaning “unto God,” is a professional contemporary/modern dance company, which since its inception in 2000, incorporates Christian belief with dramatic, artistic expression. Tonight at 7:30, Ad Deum instructors will stage a 90-minute performance in PBA’s DeSantis Family Chapel. The event is open to the public, and is free (love offerings are welcome).
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Ad Deum Dancers Share the Good News Through Movement

 

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