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Change in Hours of Operation on Campus

Change in Hours of Operation on Campus

Please be aware of changes in the operating hours for several areas on campus during the period of Friday, March 2, through Sunday, March 11.; Fraser Dining Hall Friday, March 2, 7 a.m. – 8 p.m. Saturday, March 3, through Friday, March 9, CLOSED Saturday, March 10, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m., resume normal

Johnson Scholarship Day Commemorates Education Investment

Johnson Scholarship Day Commemorates Education Investment

About 80 students recently had the rare opportunity to meet and thank the foundation representatives who support their education through the Johnson Scholarship Foundation. Foundation President Malcolm Macleod said that it was a thrill to meet many of the students who receive grants. He went on

ILA Announces Speakers for October Leadership Conference

ILA Announces Speakers for October Leadership Conference

Donna Ladkin Donna Ladkin, professor of Leadership and Ethics at Plymouth University in Plymouth, Devon, United Kingdom, has been announced as a keynote speaker for the International Leadership Association conference, hosted by Palm Beach Atlantic University’s MacArthur School of Leadership in

Women of Distinction Wow Audience at Annual Luncheon

Women of Distinction Wow Audience at Annual Luncheon

Candy Carson;was honored;as one of the Women of Distinction 2018. Author, musician and philanthropist Candy Carson and Bonnie McElveen-Hunter, a CEO, chairman of a national charity and a former U.S. ambassador, spoke with passion driven by personal experience as they were honored as 2018 Women

Music Students Get Royal Treatment

Music Students Get Royal Treatment

From Left: James Estes, Adam Wright, James Fountain, Michael Allen, Dr. Dennis Hayslett, and Bill Rose,; founder of Lung Trainers. Estes, Fountain and Allen; perform with London's Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Music students recently had the opportunity to learn from members of the trumpet

Pharmacy, Nursing Students Practice Emergency Preparedness

Pharmacy, Nursing Students Practice Emergency Preparedness

Just a day after the shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Broward County, Palm Beach Atlantic’s third year pharmacy students and fourth year nursing students heard from Palm Beach County officials who manage emergency preparedness.; Keith Wall, MPA, CEM, MPCP from Palm Beach County Board

LeMieux Speaker Covers Leadership Challenges

LeMieux Speaker Covers Leadership Challenges

Make it matter. Those are the words that General Martin E. Dempsey, Ret., used to encourage the comrades of fallen soldiers during the spring of 2003 when he was a division commander in Baghdad assigned to secure the parameter and restore public services to civilian residents of the devastated

PBA Fueled by Faith, Coffee

PBA Fueled by Faith, Coffee

Coffee lovers now have even more to reason to enjoy studying, living and working on campus. Starbucks has joined the coffee brands sold at retail and dining venues. President William M. B. Fleming, Jr. recently tried out the new automated Starbucks on the go located in the Campus Store. Choose

Supervisor Supports Reservist Staffer Headed Overseas

Supervisor Supports Reservist Staffer Headed Overseas

Brandon Waymire, middle, applauds while Jason Thomas, right,; receives the Patriot Award.; Brandon Waymire, financial aid technology specialist, has recently been called by the U.S. Army for a one-year deployment in Saudi Arabia. Waymire has been serving for about 12 years as a reservist.

The LeMieux Center for Public Policy to Host Former CIA Author

The LeMieux Center for Public Policy to Host Former CIA Author

Michele Rigby Assad, former undercover officer in the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) Directorate of Operations, is The LeMieux Center for Public Policy speaker Thursday, March 1. She will be speaking about her new book, “Breaking Cover.” Register for this free event here. Assad, a 1995