Dr. Christine Mann Darden, an American mathematician and aeronautical engineer who spent 40 years at NASA, will be the guest speaker April 25 at Palm Beach State College’s Dr. Floyd F. Koch Honors College Speaker Series event.
The free event, to be held from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Eissey Campus Theatre on the Palm Beach Gardens campus, is open to the public, as well as PBSC students, faculty and staff. Those who wish to attend are asked to RSVP at www.palmbeachstate.edu/Honors/SpeakerSeries. … Continue reading ‘Hidden Figure’ Christine Darden to share her NASA story
Palm Beach State College has received two grants totaling more than $183,000 to expand programming and boost marketing for its three campus theaters.
The grants include $136,425 from the Palm Beach County Cultural Council and $46,184 from the Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs.
The Duncan Theatre on the Lake Worth campus, Eissey Campus Theatre on the Palm Beach Gardens campus and the Dolly Hand Cultural Arts Center on the Belle Glade campus came together to pursue the grants. … Continue reading Campus theaters land two grants to expand programming
Editor’s note: Because of Hurricane Matthew, this debate was rescheduled to Oct. 17.
The Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce and the Student Government Association at Palm Beach State College’s Palm Beach Gardens campus are co-hosting a District 18 Congressional Debate Oct. 5.
The event, featuring Republican candidate Brian Mast and Democratic candidate Randy Perkins, will be held at the Eissey Campus Theatre from 7-8 p.m., and it will air live on WPEC CBS12. … Continue reading Student government to co-host Congressional debate Oct. 5
Palm Beach State College will present Dr. Antonia Novello, the first woman and first Hispanic to be appointed U.S. Surgeon General, in a talk titled “How Women Can Achieve Success in Spite of Life’s Inequities” from 8 to 9:30 a.m. Sept. 25 at the College’s Palm Beach Gardens campus.
Presented by PNC Bank, the event will be held in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month and take place in the BioScience Technology Complex room SC127 as the third in a series called the Women’s Empowerment Forum. … Continue reading Former U.S. Surgeon General to share how women can overcome obstacles
The Palm Beach State College Eissey Campus Theatre will celebrate 20 years of bringing the performing arts to northern Palm Beach County. Since opening on March 18, 1994, the theatre has hosted more than 3,700 performances by more than 150 different organizations, including professional and community groups.
More than 1.5 million people have attended these events through the years. In addition to being a performing and meeting venue for cultural, civic, governmental and school groups, the Eissey Campus Theatre has educated hundreds of students through theatre classes, … Continue reading Eissey Campus Theatre to mark 20th anniversary
Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center has donated $12,000 to support the Admiral’s Cove Cares 2014 Arts in the Gardens Series, which features professional touring companies performing at Palm Beach State College’s Eissey Campus Theatre. The donation will also help to support other programs at the theatre such as the Arts in the Gardens for Young People and the College’s Music Department student concerts.
“PBGMC realizes the importance of the arts not only in education but in society and that helping to bring these companies to northern Palm Beach County will result in a more diversified, … Continue reading Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center sponsors the Admiral’s Cove Cares 2014 Arts in the Gardens Series
Palm Beach State College’s Tuesday Nite Big Band will perform “Sweet Pea and the Duke – The Music of Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn” at 8 p.m. Feb. 18 and 25.
The Feb. 18 performance will be held in the Duncan Theatre on the Lake Worth campus and the Feb. 25 performance will be at the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens. Admission is $15. Students, faculty and staff tickets are $5. … Continue reading Tuesday Nite Big Band to perform music of Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn