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University Mourns Ray Robinson

University Mourns Ray Robinson

The University community learned Friday of the passing of Dr. Ray Robinson, distinguished senior professor of music emeritus. Robinson died Thursday, Oct. 8, in Columbia, South Carolina. He was 82. Robinson came to PBA in 1989 where he established a choral music program, broadened the repertory

Faculty Member to Speak at Urban Ministry Forum in Orlando

Faculty Member to Speak at Urban Ministry Forum in Orlando

Palm Beach Atlantic University Professor of Urban Christian Ministry Dr. Terriel Byrd will be the presenter at an Urban Ministry Forum from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 21, at the University’s Orlando campus, 4700 Millennia Blvd., Suite 100, Orlando. His topic will be “MLK’s Message of

Professor Lends Talents to Latin Grammy-Nominated Project

Professor Lends Talents to Latin Grammy-Nominated Project

Mark Aliapoulios, visiting associate professor of voice at Palm Beach Atlantic University, directed a collegiate concert choir whose performance has been nominated for a Latin Grammy in the Best Classical Contemporary Composition category. The Florida International University Concert Choir is

Student Writing Projects Assist Orlando-Area Organizations

Student Writing Projects Assist Orlando-Area Organizations

Students in the business English course at Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Orlando campus recently put their skills into practice by completing several real-life projects for area organizations. Students created a brochure (pictured) and other promotional materials for the Trident

University Awarded Grant for Breast Cancer Research

University Awarded Grant for Breast Cancer Research

The Vaughn-Jordan Foundation has awarded Palm Beach Atlantic University a grant to support breast cancer research. The newly funded project researches the effects of natural compounds, particularly pond apple seed extracts, in treating breast cancer cells. Associate Professor of Chemistry

Education, Screenings, Flu Shots Available at Oct. 3 Health Fair

Education, Screenings, Flu Shots Available at Oct. 3 Health Fair

Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy will present a Community Health Fair, a free event to assist and educate the Lake Worth community, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 3, at the Lake Worth Shuffleboard Courts, 1121 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth. Pharmacists,

College Media Association to Honor PBA Professor

College Media Association to Honor PBA Professor

The nation’s largest journalism adviser’s group will recognize a Palm Beach Atlantic University professor in late October. The College Media Association will present Professor of Journalism Dr. Michael Ray Smith the CMA Noel Ross Strader Award for his work in the field since 1988. The

PBA Rises in U.S. News Best Regional Universities

PBA Rises in U.S. News Best Regional Universities

Palm Beach Atlantic University is ranked 46th among the best universities in the South according to U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges 2016 edition released today, rising from 51st place last year. The publication includes rankings of more than 1,800 schools nationwide. To learn more

Dining Hall Hosts Country Western Lunch

Dining Hall Hosts Country Western Lunch

Barbecue, bluegrass and one big wagon occupied the Fraser Dining Hall recently as Palm Beach Atlantic University launched its Country Western Roundup lunch. To plan the event, Senior Vice President of Finance, Administration and Planning John Kautz collaborated with Devin Ward and Jorge

University Faculty to Lead Programs at Mandel Public Library

University Faculty to Lead Programs at Mandel Public Library

Fifteen members of the Palm Beach Atlantic University faculty will serve as program presenters at the Mandel Public Library of West Palm Beach during the fall. The programs are free and open to the public. Most presentations will take place on the third floor in the Clematis Room or in the