Palm Beach State College’s Media Technology and Instructional Services department at the Palm Beach Gardens campus has won two top honors in the 2016 national video contest conducted by the Consortium of College and University Media Centers. First-place awards went to “Library Tour” in the Best Training Video category and “Student Learning Center” in the Best Promotional Video category. The entire MTIS staff contributed to the production of the videos.
This is the seventh year CCUMC has conducted a video contest. … Continue reading Gardens MTIS department wins national awards
Palm Beach State College Professor S. Lizbeth Martin, advisor for the Beachcomber student newspaper, has been elected president of the Florida College System Publications Association.
FCSPA, a division of the Florida College System Activities Association, brings together students and advisors to discuss and share ideas relating to student publications and mass media. Martin, who served as vice president in the past, was elected to a two-year term during the 57th Annual FCSPA Conference and Awards Banquet in Orlando late last month. … Continue reading Martin tapped to lead FCS Publications Association
In his surrogate role for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, Vice President Joe Biden made a campaign stop at Palm Beach State College’s Palm Beach Gardens campus yesterday. Greeted by a chant of “Joe, Joe, Joe…,” he spoke at the outdoor amphitheater to the several hundred gathered, including millennials.
“This is all in your hands this election,” said Biden. “The millennials literally make up more of the voting population this time out than my vaulted baby boomer generation. … Continue reading Biden rallies support for Clinton on Gardens campus
On Wednesday, Nov. 2, Vice President Joe Biden will campaign for Hillary Clinton at the amphitheater on the Palm Beach Gardens campus.
Admission starts at 12:30 p.m. The program will begin at 2:30 p.m. Biden will lay out the high stakes of November’s election for Florida families and highlight Clinton’s vision for an America that is stronger together, with an economy that works for everyone.
Overflow parking will be available at the Eissey Campus Theatre. … Continue reading Vice President Joe Biden to appear at PBSC
Job seekers will find themselves in demand at job fairs on Palm Beach State College’s Boca Raton and Palm Beach Gardens campuses Oct. 26 and 27. More than 70 employers combined will exhibit at the Job Fair & University Transfer Day events, which are free and open to the public.
Wednesday, Oct. 26
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Boca Raton campus
Humanities & Technology Building, Room HT 103
More than 20 employers will recruit on the Boca Raton campus, … Continue reading More than 70 employers to recruit at two PBSC job fairs
Michael Latimer, M.S.R.S., R.T.(R), associate professor of medical imaging in Palm Beach State College’s Radiography program, has been installed as president of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, the world’s largest radiologic science association.
Latimer will serve one term as president and one term as chairman of ASRT’s board of directors. His presidential term began in late June, after the conclusion of the 2016 ASRT Annual Governance and House of Delegates Meeting in Las Vegas. … Continue reading Latimer to lead world’s largest radiologic science association
Pedro Borba, a student in Palm Beach State College’s Electrical Power Technology Associate in Science degree program, has received the Chancellor’s Clark Maxwell Scholar Student of the Month award for May.
Each month, one outstanding student from the 28 colleges in the Florida College System is chosen for the award named after the first head of FCS. Borba receives $150 from the Clark Maxwell Jr. Scholarship fund and is featured on the FCS website and in the May newsletter. … Continue reading Florida College System selects PBSC student for monthly award
Walk in front of the BioScience Technology Complex on the Palm Beach Gardens campus and you’ll notice a peculiar looking wooden object with a clean energy function that everyone on campus can use.
The structure, called the “Solar Tree” bench, is the proud creation of Electrical Power Technology students Ronny Grullon and Jordian Forbes.
“We wanted to be able create something that students could charge their electronic devices on while also enjoying the beauty of the outdoors,” said Forbes. … Continue reading Student project brings sun powered resource to campus
Long before boarding the flight to Washington, D.C., Palm Beach State College student Joseph Schlicher had been trying to comprehend the thoughts of his German ancestors who witnessed the torture and murder of Jews at the hands of Adolph Hitler and the Nazi regime.
“I was more curious about why one person could do as much damage as he did and about the Germans that were against it and what was going through their heads. Maybe in their hearts they didn’t agree, … Continue reading PBSC students earn trip to Holocaust Museum in essay contest
Prominent Muslim leaders in Palm Beach County will participate in a panel discussion at Palm Beach State College March 30 to help raise awareness of the true teachings of their faith and address the stigma surrounding individuals with Middle Eastern cultural backgrounds.
Titled “Islamophobia: Voices from the Muslim Community,” the discussion will be held from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Meldon Lecture Hall at the Palm Beach Gardens campus, 3160 PGA Blvd. It is free and open to the public. … Continue reading “Islamophobia” panel discussion at PBSC March 30 aims to promote peace