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Palm Beach State to get $6 million from state for campus in Loxahatchee Groves

Palm Beach State College will get $6 million from the Florida Legislature this year toward construction of the first building on its new campus in Loxahatchee Groves.
Gov. Rick Scott vetoed $68.9 million in the state’s 2014-2015 budget before signing the $77 billion spending plan into law today. However, he kept in the new budget funding for Palm Beach State’s fifth campus approved by legislators.
The campus will be constructed on 75 acres at the northwest corner of Southern Boulevard and B Road. … Continue reading Palm Beach State to get $6 million from state for campus in Loxahatchee Groves

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And the winner is. . .Palm Beach State captures six national marketing awards

Palm Beach State College marketing initiatives have received six national awards in recent competitions that drew thousands of entries from all 50 states and several nations.
The total includes five Educational Advertising Awards from the Higher Education Marketing Report and a Paragon Award from the National Council for Marketing & Public Relations.
“The Measure of Excellence,” PBSC’s current marketing campaign, earned Educational Advertising Awards in these categories: total advertising campaign (silver), single newspaper ad (bronze), outdoor advertising (bronze), … Continue reading And the winner is. . .Palm Beach State captures six national marketing awards

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Florida TEAm grant to accelerate pipeline for computer science, engineering students

The Florida Board of Governors has awarded Florida Atlantic University, Broward College and Palm Beach State College a $3.5-million state grant to create an accelerated pipeline for students in computer science and computer engineering.
The FAU/BC/PBSC partnership was developed in response to the  Board of Governors’ Targeted Educational Attainment (TEAm) grant program, part of an ambitious effort to align university and college degrees with the state’s future workforce needs. The grants went to collaborative higher education projects designed to produce more students for careers in high-need areas, … Continue reading Florida TEAm grant to accelerate pipeline for computer science, engineering students

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