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September 01, 2014

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Palm Beach Atlantic University has received a $50,000 grant over two years from the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties to support the Coastal Biodiversity Conservation program, a research initiative that will involve Palm Beach Atlantic and Forest Hill High School students.
Foundation Awards PBA $50,000 Grant to Study Coastal Waters

Recent Palm Beach Atlantic University graduate Mary Roberts, a ministry major from Miami, has been accepted into the Teach For America program.
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Ministry Graduate Chosen to Serve with Teach For America

For her devotion to her students as well as to intellectual pursuits, Dr. Beate Rodewald this spring was named the 2014 recipient of Palm Beach Atlantic University's Charles and Hazel Corts Award for Outstanding Teaching.
Award Recognizes Professor's Devotion to Students, Learning

Eighty incoming first- through eighth-graders took part in "Kid vs. Wild," a week-long camp presented by Palm Beach Atlantic University's Center for Integrative Science Learning.

Hundreds of M-FUGE summer campers departed West Palm Beach for home today knowing they made a difference in the lives of many in Palm Beach County.
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Youth Arrive Eager to Serve Community During M-FUGE Camp

Palm Healthcare Foundation has awarded Palm Beach Atlantic University a grant totaling $75,000 with the goals of advancing the nursing profession and improving Palm Beach County residents' access to health care.

The Palm Beach Atlantic University Sailfish Summer Sports and Fitness Camp for children ages 6 to 14 will be held during two four-week periods starting June 9. The camp will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Greene Complex for Sports and Recreation, 1100 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach. The camp is aimed at providing children the opportunity to stay active during the summer months. However, the camp is not only about staying active. The counselor staff is made up of NCAA Division II athletes who are excited to share and teach their skills and talents in the sports they love. Campers will learn new skills and techniques from some of the top college athletes in the country.
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At this year's Volunteer and Business Partners Awards Breakfast for the Palm Beach County School District, Palm Beach Atlantic University received the Gold Award in the Not-for-Profit category.
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Palm Beach County School District Presents Gold Award to PBA

Carla Crow, a budget analyst for the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners, has been appointed controller at Palm Beach Atlantic University, effective June 2. Crow brings with her both high-level accounting knowledge and more than 20 years of experience in both government and not-for-profit accounting. Before joining the county’s Office of Financial Management and Budget in 2011, she previously worked for Southeastern University as assistant controller and the School Board of Pasco County as manager of the school district’s accounting department. In the community, Crow is active at United Methodist Church of the Palm Beaches, where her husband, Kent Crow, is senior pastor. The Crows live in West Palm Beach.
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Brianna Parker, the spring 2014 Outstanding Graduate of the School of Nursing at Palm Beach Atlantic University, recently was recognized at the Thank a Nurse Celebration hosted by the Palm Healthcare Foundation.
Palm Healthcare Foundation Honors Nursing Graduate

You can read Palm Beach Atlantic University's outstanding student newspaper "The Beacon" in print, on the web or via the University's free mobile app, Palm PBA. PBAU is a private, Christ-first college in West Palm Beach, Florida, USA.

 

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