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Burns, Fisher to Co-Chair Annual Women of Distinction Luncheon to Support PBA

Burns, Fisher to Co-Chair Annual Women of Distinction Luncheon to Support PBA

Two former honorees, Eileen Burns (2011) and Frances Fisher (2006) are the co-chairmen of the Women of Distinction luncheon to benefit Palm Beach Atlantic University set for Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018 at The Breakers Palm Beach. The luncheon begins with an 11:15 a.m. reception in the Mediterranean

Tradition Stands as Bugs Race to the Finish

Tradition Stands as Bugs Race to the Finish

The 35th Annual Great American Bug Race, PBA’s longest standing tradition, drew a crowd to the Rinker Parking Lot. Students, faculty, staff, alumni and the local community raced a total of 62 bugs during the afternoon event. This is a Homecoming tradition led by the science club. Participants

American Free Enterprise Day Awards Four Business Students

American Free Enterprise Day Awards Four Business Students

Palm Beach Atlantic University will recognize four business students with scholarships at its American Free Enterprise Day ceremonies Nov. 14. This year marks the 32nd year of the event, which honors community business leaders who put into practice the principles of free enterprise in their lives

Global Development Students See Future Revealed

Global Development Students See Future Revealed

Top Row: (From left) Ed Amos, Kate Magro, Dr. Robert Lloyd,; President William M. B. Fleming Jr., Brian Miller, Johanna Wolz, Sarah Shulkins. Bottom Row (from left) Elise Sorensen, Cassie Francois,; Dr. Craig Hanson, ;Sarah Ann Roginsky, Jessica Monteiro There are moments in your life when the

Scholarships Leave a Legacy

Scholarships Leave a Legacy

Paul Bremer says that he never thought that he could leave a legacy. But that is just what has happened with the establishment of the endowed scholarship for accounting majors at PBA that bears his name. Bremer, who served as a leading partner with the Ernst & Young accounting firm, shared

Alvarez Earns Distinguished Alumna Award

Alvarez Earns Distinguished Alumna Award

Financial and management professional Natalie Alvarez ’11 will be honored the Distinguished Alumna Award during Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Homecoming celebration. The Distinguished Alumni Award recognizes a graduate for personal and professional achievement and for bringing honor to Palm

30th Annual Alumni Golf Tournament Raises Record $61,000

30th Annual Alumni Golf Tournament Raises Record $61,000

Champion course winners. From left: President; William M.B. Fleming Jr., Masi Saari, ;Davis McDulin; Tommy Belen, ;Mark Kukkamaa. The 30th annual Palm Beach Atlantic University Alumni Association Golf Tournament held October 7 raised $61,413 for the Annual Scholarship Fund, a record high for the

Kesler to Speak to Students in Homecoming Chapels

Kesler to Speak to Students in Homecoming Chapels

Alumnus Brendan Kesler ’07 will speak in chapel at 11 a.m. on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday this week. He will lead students in a study of chapter 24 of Joshua and share his story of his walk with God. “I look forward to sharing my own story and encourage students to ensure, in a world filled with

Titus Center for Franchising Dedication Set

Titus Center for Franchising Dedication Set

Dedication of the University’s new Titus Center for Franchising will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, November 15, in the Rinker School of Business. The Center will be officially dedicated by Robert Cresanti, president and CEO of the International Franchise Association. Guests are invited to attend

Library Workshop Discusses Fake News

Library Workshop Discusses Fake News

Students found first hand that it can be difficult to decipher a real news article from a fake; solely from reading the headline.; The point was driven home by Reference Librarian Michelle Keba during a “Wednesday at the Warren” workshop on fake news.; Keba shared a number of illustrations aimed