Nine students were honored Tuesday as the outstanding graduates of their schools and 45 others received departmental awards and scholarships as part of Palm Beach Atlantic University's Honors Day ceremony. The outstanding graduates each receive special recognition during spring commencement on May 4. In addition, one faculty member, Associate Professor of English Dr. Jenifer Elmore, received the Charles and Hazel Corts Award for Outstanding Teaching.
The Center for Integrative Science Learning at Palm Beach Atlantic University is hosting this year's Science Days at PBA summer camp, which will consist of a Science Exploration Camp for elementary school students and Science Camp for students in middle school. The camp will be held June 10-14.
Alissa Cutforth, a mathematics major from Columbus, Ohio, and Connor Dealy, a philosophy major from Colorado Springs, Colo., have been named recipients of Palm Beach Atlantic University's Outstanding Student Leader Award.
Three local Holocaust survivors recently spoke to students in the cast and production team of Palm Beach Atlantic University's production of "Cabaret: The Original 1966 Broadway Musical," which opens Thursday. The show is set in Berlin during the beginning of the Third Reich.
Palm Beach Atlantic University President William M.B. Fleming, Jr. will moderate the forum “Fostering Economic Growth: Rethinking Trade Architecture” 10:30 a.m. to noon, April 9 during the third annual Palm Beach Strategic Forum, April 8-9.
Palm Beach Atlantic University biology graduate Dr. Terri Bowers Hunter, licensing manager for the Division of Patents and Licensing at the University of South Florida, was the keynote speaker on Tuesday at the Interdisciplinary Research Conference in the Lassiter Rotunda of the Warren Library.
For the second consecutive year, Palm Beach Atlantic University was named the winner of the Online Course of the Year Award with a perfect score of 120/120 at the Association of Christian Distance Education (ACCESS) Conference held March 3-6 at Abilene Christian University.
The Enterprise Holdings Foundation has awarded a $5,000 grant to Palm Beach Atlantic University to support School of Music and Fine Arts programming. The foundation is the philanthropic arm of the company that operates the Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands.
Palm Beach Atlantic University students, faculty and staff members were honored in the latest round of "Engagement Empowers" awards presented by PBA President William M.B. Fleming Jr. The honorees were Dr. Timothy Ladd, Dr. Nathan Lane and Dr. Kathy Maxwell, Franqui Carver, Lady Hereford, Emily Hardman and Nicole Minott.