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Titus Center Event Emphasizes Persistence

Titus Center Event Emphasizes Persistence

(From left to right): John Hayes, director of the Titus Center for;Franchising,;;David Wild, director of franchising at Sloan's;Franchise, LLC, Rob Morris, owner/operator of two Chick-fil-A;;locations in West Palm Beach, and Ray Titus, CEO of United;Franchising Group.; Persistence. That one word

Oxford Awards Honors Student

Oxford Awards Honors Student

Senior honors student, Rachel Green received the de Jager prize for her exceptional academic performance during her semester abroad in the Oxford Summer Program. Through her involvement as a Frederick M. Supper Honors student and great academic standing, Green fulfilled her desire to travel and

Desravines Recognized for Outstanding Service

Desravines Recognized for Outstanding Service

Lorraine T. Desravines ’05 spends a generous amount of her time in the community. She will be honored with PBA’s Alumni Service Award during PBA’s Homecoming celebration. Desravines, a West Palm Beach resident, is the Science Meets Art (SMART) Coordinator for Urban Youth Impact. She has held many

Men's Soccer Wins SSC Title, Ranked with Volleyball in DII Top 3

Men's Soccer Wins SSC Title, Ranked with Volleyball in DII Top 3

;Members of the PBA men's soccer team celebrate. With only a handful of matches remaining, Palm Beach Atlantic University’s men’s soccer team and women’s volleyball team are unbeaten and are ranked in the top three in the nation among NCAA Division II teams. PBA is one of only two schools in

ATHENA Awards Recognize Magro, Stone

ATHENA Awards Recognize Magro, Stone

;Recipients of the ATHENA Awards must encompass strength, courage, wisdom and enlightenment - just like the Greek goddess that inspired these awards. Exemplifying these qualities, Kate Magro, director of Workship, and Carolyn Stone, director of athletics, are finalists in this year’s Annual ATHENA

Students Bring Smiles to Those Struggling in Ft. Myers

Students Bring Smiles to Those Struggling in Ft. Myers

Student workers; in PBA's Workship program help clean up debris in Fort Myers. Saturday morning two minivans pulled into the driveway of a Fort Myers, Florida, home, and out piled a team of laughing, smiling young people. They grabbed their work gloves and hurried over to greet some folks who

Lyceum Speaker Links Ministry, Military

Lyceum Speaker Links Ministry, Military

At first glance, the ministry and the military seemingly have little in common. But for John Carey, Palm Beach County’s Inspector General, the two career paths are extremely compatible and fostered his career. “Being in the military is like being in ministry,” Carey told students gathered for the

Mitchell Finds Student Opportunities at Wellness Summit

Mitchell Finds Student Opportunities at Wellness Summit

Dr. Richard Carmona (left) and Dr. Matthew Mitchell (right) Opportunities for Palm Beach Atlantic students were the main focus for Dr. Matthew Mitchell as he presented at the Global Wellness Summit (GWS) for over 600 attendees and 50 other distinguished presenters. The Summit took place at The

Moody Earns Young Alumnus Award

Moody Earns Young Alumnus Award

Chris Moody ’07, a senior digital correspondent for CNN, will receive the Young Alumnus Award during Palm Beach Atlantic’s Homecoming Celebration. Moody started covering politics in 2010 in Washington, DC, where he chronicled lawmakers on Capitol Hill. He covered the 2012 presidential race for

Titus Center for Franchising to Show “The Founder”

Titus Center for Franchising to Show “The Founder”

As franchising continues to grow globally as a viable and profitable career path, Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Rinker School of Business – which recently established the Titus Center for Franchising – is inviting the public to a free viewing of the popular documentary, The Founder, which