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First-Year Pharmacy Students Commit to Profession at Covenant

First-Year Pharmacy Students Commit to Profession at Covenant

Seventy first-year students in the Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy at Palm Beach Atlantic University recently participated in the school’s professional covenant ceremony, during which the students officially received their white coats and fully committed themselves to the profession.

PBA Band Rocket to Anywhere Set to Release EP

PBA Band Rocket to Anywhere Set to Release EP

It was a sun-bright January afternoon in South Florida – breezy and 79 degrees. Four of the five members of Rocket to Anywhere sat relaxing, laughing in Palm Beach Atlantic University’s mini-amphitheater known as the Rinker Pit. It came as no surprise that drummer Luke Helvey was running late.

‘Game Change’ Coauthor: President’s Good Qualities Can Benefit Country

‘Game Change’ Coauthor: President’s Good Qualities Can Benefit Country

Mark Halperin, a nationally known political journalist, author and contributor to MSNBC’s Morning Joe, sees in President Donald Trump a lot of good. “I say there’s good Trump and bad Trump,” Halperin said at Palm Beach Atlantic University on Wednesday. Former U.S. Sen.

Faculty Member’s Commercial Wins Film Award

Faculty Member’s Commercial Wins Film Award

Palm Beach Atlantic University Assistant Professor of Cinema/Television Andrew Ray won the Best of Competition Award in the Faculty Videos category at the 2017 Broadcast Education Association Festival of Media Arts for his Diet Coke spec commercial. Ray directed the commercial last spring with

Student Pianists to Refine Their Craft at International Piano Festival

Student Pianists to Refine Their Craft at International Piano Festival

The School of Music and Fine Arts at Palm Beach Atlantic University will welcome nine rising pianists from around the world Feb. 19 through 24 for the 11th annual International Piano Festival, presented in partnership with the International Certificate for Piano Artists. Student musicians from

PBA Welcomes Farish Scholarship Candidates

PBA Welcomes Farish Scholarship Candidates

It's PBA’s 6th annual Farish Scholarship Day. This year we are welcoming a record 18 high school seniors who have been accepted to PBA and have qualified to compete for the university’s prestigious Farish Scholarship.  PBA’s Farish Scholarship is a four year, full-tuition scholarship that is

Help PBA Golf by Giving Though PGA Honda Classic Birdies Program

Help PBA Golf by Giving Though PGA Honda Classic Birdies Program

  The Honda Classic has become one of the premier events on the PGA Tour, played right here in our community at PGA National Resort & Spa Golf Club, where the University holds our annual Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament. The Honda Classic Birdies for Children

Athletic Training Students Learn at Symposium

Athletic Training Students Learn at Symposium

Ten Palm Beach Atlantic University athletic training students participated in the South Eastern Athletic Training Association (SEATA) Student Symposium in Atlanta, Georgia, Feb. 2 through 4. This symposium introduces students to professional conference style education that complements their

Professor Coauthors Book on World Media Ethics

Professor Coauthors Book on World Media Ethics

Dr. Robert Fortner, professor of communication and media at Palm Beach Atlantic University, is coauthor of an upcoming book that is believed to be the first to scrutinize media ethics from a truly global perspective. World Media Ethics: Cases and Commentaries by Fortner and Calvin College

School of Education and Behavioral Studies Dean Sale Returns to Faculty

School of Education and Behavioral Studies Dean Sale Returns to Faculty

Dr. Gene Sale, dean and associate professor in the School of Education and Behavioral Studies at Palm Beach Atlantic University, will step aside from his leadership role to focus on teaching, Provost and Chief Academic Officer Dr. Gene Fant announced Tuesday.  “I am so grateful for your diligent