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Volleyball Player Receives Division II Honors

Palm Beach Atlantic’s Faith Rohn was recently named to the CoSIDA Academic All-America Division II volleyball team by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), becoming the first PBA volleyball player in school history to receive the honor.  She also recently became the

Volleyball Coach Named National Coach of the Year

Volleyball Coach Named National Coach of the Year

TAMPA, Fla. – Palm Beach Atlantic Head Volleyball Coach Bob White was named National Coach of the Year by the American Volleyball Coaches Association on Wednesday night at the annual awards night during the 2015 NCAA Volleyball Tournament banquet.  White has led the Sailfish to

Outstanding Fall Graduates Announced at Honors Chapel

Outstanding Fall Graduates Announced at Honors Chapel

Eight students have been named the outstanding graduates of their schools and were recognized during Palm Beach Atlantic University’s fall 2015 Honors Day ceremony. The honorees were: Palm Beach Atlantic University's fall 2015 outstanding graduates are (from

Senior Days Showcase Students' Personal Transformations

Senior Days Showcase Students' Personal Transformations

Palm Beach Atlantic University history major Sam Rogers remembers sitting in the DeSantis Family Chapel his freshman year and listening to graduating seniors talk about their college journey.  Recently it was Rogers’ turn to stand before his peers as one of eight graduating seniors chosen to

‘90 Minutes in Heaven’ Author Meets with Student Writers

‘90 Minutes in Heaven’ Author Meets with Student Writers

Author Cecil Murphey has traveled extensively and written more than 135 books, including the bestseller 90 Minutes in Heaven that he wrote with Texas pastor Don Piper. The book is now a major motion picture. Student Celeste Brown meets with author Cecil Murphey on

PBA Faculty Among Presenters at Religion, Philosophy Annual Meetings

PBA Faculty Among Presenters at Religion, Philosophy Annual Meetings

Several faculty members of the School of Ministry at Palm Beach Atlantic University were participants in the recent Evangelical Theological Society, Evangelical Philosophical Society and American Academy of Religion meetings in Atlanta, Georgia. Nine PBA graduate students also attended. Dr.

LeMieux Fellows Set to Research Drones, Religious Liberty

LeMieux Fellows Set to Research Drones, Religious Liberty

Undergraduate students Jeremiah Clarke and Cassie Stanton have been selected to receive research fellowships from The LeMieux Center for Public Policy at Palm Beach Atlantic University. Through The LeMieux Center Fellows Program, these two honors students will pursue an independent study of

Ensemble Records Tribute to Coates, Father of Wind Band Music

Ensemble Records Tribute to Coates, Father of Wind Band Music

Newberry’s Victorian Cornet Band, an ensemble created by Palm Beach Atlantic University Associate Professor of Music Dr. Michael O’Connor, will release its first commercial CD this month. The recording is titled Thomas Coates: The Father of Band Music in America, and it features music composed

Building Healthy, Ethical Organizations Topic for December Evening, Graduate Information Session

Building Healthy, Ethical Organizations Topic for December Evening, Graduate Information Session

Dr. Jim Laub, professor of leadership studies at Palm Beach Atlantic University, will present a free talk, “How to Build a Healthy, Ethical Organization,” at 7 p.m. Thursday, December 10. The session takes place at the Hyatt Place West Palm Beach/Downtown at 295 Lakeview Avenue. The presentation

Alumni to be Part of Theatre’s Vision for ‘Billy Elliot’

Alumni to be Part of Theatre’s Vision for ‘Billy Elliot’

Audience members of Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s upcoming production of Billy Elliot the Musical will have a chance to observe the talents of two Palm Beach Atlantic University alumni. Brian Padgett, who played the character of Mr. Braithwaite during a recent run of Billy Elliot in the Boston area,