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February 27, 2015


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"Radical" author and International Mission Board president David Platt encouraged Palm Beach Atlantic University students on Wednesday to recognize "what the power of the spirit of God can do" in their lives.
Categories: General NewsNews02/2015
Platt: Church Needs Ordinary People with Extraordinary Power

Community and business leaders can access the knowledge and experience of world-renowned presenters by attending Leadercast® at 8:30 a.m. Friday, May 8, at Palm Beach Atlantic University's Orlando Campus.
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Mayors, CEOs, Nobel Laureate Among Leadercast 2015 Speakers

The Birdies for Children fund-raising initiative, a partnership with the Honda Classic golf tournament, will help more Palm Beach Atlantic University students like Erin Cascioli make a positive difference in the lives of people everywhere. After returning from a student-led trip to the Dominican Republic last spring break, Cascioli, a student in PBA's Supper Honors Program who is majoring in music education, described the experience as truly remarkable.
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'Birdies' Increases Impact PBA Students Can Have Worldwide

As they stepped onto their brand new home fields for the first time Tuesday to meet opponent Lynn University, the Palm Beach Atlantic University Sailfish made history on opening day at Rubin Park in the heart of PBA's Rinker Athletic Campus
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Baseball Opener Begins with Celebration, Gift Announcement

A student team from the Lorenzo Walker Institute of Technology in Naples, Florida, recently won the top prize at the fourth annual Rinker School of Business Entrepreneurship High School Business Plan Challenge at Palm Beach Atlantic University. The students invented Cycle Guard, an apparatus designed to help motorists and bicyclists share the road safely.
Categories: General NewsNews02/2015
Teens' Roadway Safety Device Wins Business Plan Contest

Effective immediately, Palm Beach Atlantic University faculty and students may begin applying for the 2015-16 Quality Initiative Research Grant cycle.
Applications Accepted for 2015-16 Quality Initiative Grants

An article by Dr. Justin Hardin, associate professor of biblical and theological studies at Palm Beach Atlantic University, has been published in the latest issue of the peer-reviewed journal Tyndale Bulletin. The title of the article is "Galatians without a Mirror: Reflections on Paul's Conflict with the Agitators."
Journal Publishes Professor's Article on Apostle Paul

February has long been the month that baseball revs up in Florida, calling fans from around the country to enjoy their favorite sport while the snow is flying elsewhere. A new tradition of February baseball begins Tuesday, Feb. 3, with the season opener of Palm Beach Atlantic’s Sailfish on their home field in Rubin Park at the Marshall and Vera Lea Rinker Athletic Campus. Opening ceremonies are set for 5:45 p.m. in advance of the 6 p.m. opening pitch against Lynn University. The public is invited. Among those participating in the opening ceremonies are John J. and Sheila Rinker, representing the Marshall and Vera Lea Rinker Foundation, and other key contributors to the athletic campus including the J. M Rubin Foundation, The Richard and Helen DeVos Foundation, and the Albert E. and Birdie W. Einstein Fund.
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The Palm Beach Atlantic University School of Nursing is expanding its local mission efforts by serving this semester at the Belle Glade Life Center.
PBA Volunteers Help Glades Children Try on Nursing Careers

Palm Beach Atlantic University's Orlando campus and its counseling faculty recently hosted "Strengthening Adoptive Families," a workshop for those considering adoption or who have adopted children.
Orlando Campus Hosts Workshop to Support Adoptive Families


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