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PBA Welcomes Ward as Director of Campus, Community Events

PBA Welcomes Ward as Director of Campus, Community Events

Mary Ward of Tequesta has joined the Palm Beach Atlantic University Development Office as director of campus and community events. In this role, Ward coordinates all internal and external facility usage requests and assists with special events, camps and conferences. “Mary brings great

Center for Integrative Science Learning Sets Summer Camp and Institute

Center for Integrative Science Learning Sets Summer Camp and Institute

Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Center for Integrative Science Learning will present a Summer Camp and Science Institute at PBA for rising first- through fifth-graders and sixth- through 12th-graders at the University’s main campus. The Summer Camp and Science Institute will take place from

Past Workship Leaders to Return for Founders Day Chapel

Past Workship Leaders to Return for Founders Day Chapel

In recognition of the more than 3 million Workship hours that Palm Beach Atlantic University students, faculty, staff and alumni have served in the community since PBA’s founding, two of the University’s former Workship directors, Dr. Hope Haslam Straughan and Dr. Laine Scales, will return as the

White, McMahon Named Finalists for Coach of the Year

White, McMahon Named Finalists for Coach of the Year

Palm Beach Atlantic University Sailfish head volleyball Coach Bob White and head men’s soccer Coach Brian McMahon have been named finalists for Palm Beach County's Coach of the Year award. The honor will be presented during the 40th annual Palm Beach County Sports Hall of Fame awards

Students Among Committed, Curious at Rubio Campaign Event

Students Among Committed, Curious at Rubio Campaign Event

Palm Beach Atlantic University pre-med major Stephanie Paul was among the more than 1,600 supporters and spectators who packed the Rubin Arena on Monday to hear from presidential candidate and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio on the eve of the state’s primary. For Paul and for many other students, the

NCAA Recognizes Sailfish Student Athletes for Community Event

NCAA Recognizes Sailfish Student Athletes for Community Event

For one evening last fall, Palm Beach Atlantic University student athletes from various sports united as one team to create lasting memories for neighborhood children. As a result, PBA was one of 22 NCAA universities and three conferences recognized as finalists for the 2016 Division II Award

Jacobs Family Foundation Scholarships Support Wellington Students

Jacobs Family Foundation Scholarships Support Wellington Students

    From left, Lou Jacobs, co-CEO of the Delaware North and a board member of the Jacobs Family Foundation, Palm Beach Atlantic University President William M. B. Fleming, Jr. and Charlie Jacobs, CEO of Delaware North's Boston Holdings, including the Boston Bruins, and a

Student Travels to Cambridge to Help with Translations for Bible

Student Travels to Cambridge to Help with Translations for Bible

Years of studying biblical Greek and Hebrew are starting to pay off for Palm Beach Atlantic University master of divinity student Felipe Ocampo. During PBA’s spring break this week, Ocampo is at Cambridge University in England assisting with a project called Scripture Tools for Every Person,

Trustee Whitaker to Lead Medical Technology Association

Trustee Whitaker to Lead Medical Technology Association

The Board of Directors of the Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed) has named Palm Beach Atlantic University trustee Scott Whitaker as its next president and chief executive officer effective April 4, 2016. Whitaker joins AdvaMed, the world’s leading association for medical

Shepherd Offers Biblical Model for Business Leadership, Author Says

Shepherd Offers Biblical Model for Business Leadership, Author Says

At various points in his 30-year career, Ivy League business school graduate Tim Sotos has held the titles of executive vice president, chief financial officer, president and chairman of the board. Yet he never went to work during that time, he said.  He accomplished this apparent paradox by