Spring and summer breaks often take on deeper meaning for Palm Beach Atlantic University students as they travel to unfamiliar or;far-flung destinations to serve;and share their Christian faith. This year dozens of PBA students will participate in a series of “Serve Abroad” or global
Graduate student Judith Buckland is already applying lessons learned in the virtual classroom of her master’s degree in leadership program at Palm Beach Atlantic University;in the real world. Buckland took a class assignment and parlayed it into a new online continuing medical education platform
Alexandria "Ali" Darr with Dr. Lloyd L. Mims You could say Alexandria “Ali” Darr was born to dance. An arts enthusiast since childhood, Darr’s love of dancing blossomed in high school but took on new meaning during her four years as an undergraduate at Palm Beach Atlantic University. “PBA is
;MBA students from Austria and Germany visit the Kravis Center. ; When most students go on summer break, it's primetime for others to learn, live and play at Palm Beach Atlantic University. This week there were hives;of activity across campus as dozens of visitors checked in as part of a slew of
Top secret spy was the theme of the Palm Beach Atlantic University Alumni Association’s 2018 Alumni Afternoon, held April 28 at the Wyndham Grand Jupiter at Harbourside Place. The event netted $21,400 for the Alumni Scholarship Fund. ; Michele Rigby Assad, a PBA graduate and former undercover
The Rinker School of Business at Palm Beach Atlantic University has announced the newest slate of graduate students to receive a Joe J. Eassa Scholarship, which is named after a former faculty member and founder of its MBA program.; The five MBA students receiving;a Eassa scholarship for the fall
Today it's hard to miss the sparkle in Katie Clark's eyes when she talks about nursing and her love for caregiving.;; "I’m doing what I feel like I’m being called to do," said Clark before graduating cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Palm Beach Atlantic University on May
Who doesn’t want a second chance or do-over when life’s challenges and obstacles threaten to derail hard fought dreams and goals? That’s exactly what two Palm Beach Atlantic University students got recently through a scholarship inspired by the legacy of caring of;PBA alumnus and; U.S.
; Pharmacy graduate David Thomas John "TJ" Stimson does it all. He has worked as a pharmacy tech and as a teacher in a Christian high school. He plays several musical instruments at church and adds his guitar to the Pharmonics, the Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy's in-house praise band.
Kerwin Santiago is a man on fire for God. And his desire to be the best pastor and community leader possible;led him to;seek higher learning at Palm Beach Atlantic University. The;Master of Divinity degree student;spoke recently of transformative learning experiences