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Employee of the Year Combines Talents in Business, Humanities

Employee of the Year Combines Talents in Business, Humanities

Most of her colleagues at Palm Beach Atlantic University know Anne Ilcus as the budget administrator and investment analyst who keeps Palm Beach Atlantic University on sound footing financially. But there’s also Anne Ilcus who once taught art history in Florence, Italy, for three years and who

Outstanding Graduate Continues Musical Legacy at PBA

Outstanding Graduate Continues Musical Legacy at PBA

A musical dynasty is in the making at Palm Beach Atlantic University, and senior Ashley Taylor is setting the bar high for the next generation. Not only was her mother, Janda Starling Taylor, PBA’s outstanding music graduate in 1987, but her father, Kent Taylor ’88, also is a Palm Beach

PBA Faculty Among Presenters at Religion, Philosophy Annual Meetings

PBA Faculty Among Presenters at Religion, Philosophy Annual Meetings

Several faculty members of the School of Ministry at Palm Beach Atlantic University were participants in the recent Evangelical Theological Society, Evangelical Philosophical Society and American Academy of Religion meetings in Atlanta, Georgia. Nine PBA graduate students also attended. Dr.

LeMieux Fellows Set to Research Drones, Religious Liberty

LeMieux Fellows Set to Research Drones, Religious Liberty

Undergraduate students Jeremiah Clarke and Cassie Stanton have been selected to receive research fellowships from The LeMieux Center for Public Policy at Palm Beach Atlantic University. Through The LeMieux Center Fellows Program, these two honors students will pursue an independent study of

Ensemble Records Tribute to Coates, Father of Wind Band Music

Ensemble Records Tribute to Coates, Father of Wind Band Music

Newberry’s Victorian Cornet Band, an ensemble created by Palm Beach Atlantic University Associate Professor of Music Dr. Michael O’Connor, will release its first commercial CD this month. The recording is titled Thomas Coates: The Father of Band Music in America, and it features music composed

Building Healthy, Ethical Organizations Topic for December Evening, Graduate Information Session

Building Healthy, Ethical Organizations Topic for December Evening, Graduate Information Session

Dr. Jim Laub, professor of leadership studies at Palm Beach Atlantic University, will present a free talk, “How to Build a Healthy, Ethical Organization,” at 7 p.m. Thursday, December 10. The session takes place at the Hyatt Place West Palm Beach/Downtown at 295 Lakeview Avenue. The presentation

University Celebrates Completion of Campaign to Aid Academic Programs, Scholarships, Athletic Campus

University Celebrates Completion of Campaign to Aid Academic Programs, Scholarships, Athletic Campus

Palm Beach Atlantic University racked up another victory Wednesday but the win wasn’t limited to the athletic field. The triumph also registered in the classroom as the University announced success in reaching the 18 million goal for The Time is Now campaign, which funds urgent needs including the

Cinema-Television Faculty Win Two Awards for Video

Cinema-Television Faculty Win Two Awards for Video

"We Make Smiles" from antonio zarro on Vimeo. Don Piper and Antonio Zarro, associate professors of cinema-television at Palm Beach Atlantic University, served as director and producer for a nonprofit video that earned two awards. The Gold Awards were presented by

PBA Recognized at SHAPE Florida Conference

PBA Recognized at SHAPE Florida Conference

A member of the Palm Beach Atlantic University faculty, as well as three students and an alumna, were recognized at the recent Society of Health and Physical Education of Florida conference held in St. Petersburg. SHAPE Florida President Denise Breitkreuz (second

Ferrill to Direct the Gregory Center for Medical Missions

Ferrill to Direct the Gregory Center for Medical Missions

Dr. Mary J. Ferrill, dean and professor in the Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy at Palm Beach Atlantic University, has been appointed the first director of the Gregory Center for Medical Missions at the University. A recognized leader in developing medical missions around the world, the