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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

Pam Tebow to Join Alumni Association for 15th Annual Tea

Pam Tebow to Join Alumni Association for 15th Annual Tea

Pam Tebow, mother of college football analyst and former University of Florida football star Tim Tebow, will be the guest speaker for the Palm Beach Atlantic University Alumni Association’s 15th annual Afternoon Tea and Silent Auction at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 9, at The Club at Admirals Cove in

Free Lecture to Focus on Virtue-Based Transformational Leadership

Free Lecture to Focus on Virtue-Based Transformational Leadership

Dr. Mark McCloskey, dean of the Center for Transformational Leadership at Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota, will speak at an event hosted by the Catherine T. MacArthur School of Leadership at Palm Beach Atlantic University and the PBA Alumni Association at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 31, in the

Mock Trial Team Ranks 15th in Regional Tournament

Mock Trial Team Ranks 15th in Regional Tournament

In the fictional state of Midlands, casino owner Avery Bancroft, unsatisfied with one casino, wanted a second casino license so badly that he was willing to bribe a public official with 200,000. Enter PBA’s new Mock Trial Team. The team dug into this "case" while compeating  recently  in the

International Student Athletes Gain Advocate on NCAA Committee

International Student Athletes Gain Advocate on NCAA Committee

Brittany Henson, Palm Beach Atlantic University's international admissions counselor and principal designated school official, will travel to Indianapolis, Indiana, April 11 through 13 to participate in a meeting of the NCAA's International Student Records Committee. Henson’s committee

Women of Distinction Laud Family Values, Service During Event’s 25th Year

Women of Distinction Laud Family Values, Service During Event’s 25th Year

For Palm Beach resident Cathy Johnson Flagg, Thursday was truly a family celebration. Not only was she honored with fellow Palm Beach resident Jane Grace as a 2016 Palm Beach Atlantic University Woman of Distinction, but she also was joined at The Breakers by her mother, Pat Johnson, who

International Festival Gives Top Student Pianists Training, Concert Experience

International Festival Gives Top Student Pianists Training, Concert Experience

Eleven accomplished pianists from Austria, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Italy, Lithuania, Russia, Spain and Taiwan are at Palm Beach Atlantic University this week to perfect their skills, and music lovers get to reap the benefits. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the International

Alumni Couple: PBA Opened Doors for National Security Work

Alumni Couple: PBA Opened Doors for National Security Work

Working in counterterrorism for the United States federal government has taken Palm Beach Atlantic University alumni Joseph and Michele Assad to war zones in the Middle East and around the world during the past 10 years. The couple recently left the government, and they spoke with students at

Women's Cross Country Takes Home Academic Awards

NEW ORLEANS, La. - Palm Beach Atlantic's women's cross country team was named a Scholar Team by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCA) along with two individuals who were named All-Academic. Junior Alyssa Hearing and freshman Sophia Miller were both recognized

Students to Serve Abroad on Spring Break Projects

Mission work ranges from one’s own backyard to the farthest country from Palm Beach Atlantic’s downtown West Palm Beach campus. So when the opportunity to serve on overseas mission trips came, more than 40 students seized it. Through the Campus Ministries and Missions department, students can