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NCAA Considers Ballantyne for Woman of the Year

NCAA Considers Ballantyne for Woman of the Year

Emma Ballantyne, a recent graduate and outstanding volleyball player, has been nominated for the NCAA's annual Woman of the Year Award.Ballantyne was a starter for the Sailfish volleyball team all four years, while balancing her time as a medicinal and biological chemistry major. During her athletic

Wenger, Johnson to Lead Res Life

Wenger, Johnson to Lead Res Life

Dean of Students Kevin Abel announced two promotions in the Residence Life department.Kara Wenger has been appointed director of Residence Life and will report to the Assistant Dean of Students. In her new role, Wenger will oversee the Residential Life office and Student Accountability. She joined

Mission Trip Shapes PBA Students' Outlook for Serving

Mission Trip Shapes PBA Students' Outlook for Serving

Settling back into the routine of life in the U.S., PBA students like Chelsea Harlan find that their foreign mission trips are shaping their outlook for serving others anywhere. Pharmacy student Andrea Mezentsef, center, with a translator and a Ugandan patient. Harlan, a student in the Lloyd L.

CPFI Student Chapter Receives National Honor

CPFI Student Chapter Receives National Honor

Christian Pharmacist Fellowship International (CPFI) recognized Palm Beach Atlantic University’s CPFI student chapter as the national chapter of the year. The announcement was made in June at the group’s annual conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado.Jason Bowen (P3), a pharmacy student in the

MSL Students Find Travel Transformative

MSL Students Find Travel Transformative

  MacArthur School of Leadership students, first row from left, Michele Kaksbeck, Joshua Jackson and Dana Raymond on their travel study experience with Rebecca Gedeon, second row.Travel studies that expand coursework beyond the boundaries of campus can be transformative for students. But Joshua

Faith Underpins Western Democracy, Says Honored Politics Professor

Faith Underpins Western Democracy, Says Honored Politics Professor

Politics professor passion for American ideals was formed in the crucible of her family history and the stability of her upbringing in Pennsylvania and Virginia. Raeder, the recipient of PBA’s 2017 Charles and Hazel Corts Award for Outstanding Teaching, is the daughter of parents who saw up close

Meet New RCEL Coordinator Hawk

Meet New RCEL Coordinator Hawk

By the time that Danielle Hawk arrived at Palm Beach Atlantic for her freshman year in 2013, she already had traveled far from her Philadelphia home to Central America for a gap year experience after high school.That trip positioned her well for a student worker serving in the David and Leighan

Softball Serves in Costa Rica

Softball Serves in Costa Rica

The Palm Beach Atlantic University softball team traveled for their first mission trip last month, partnering with High Performance Sports (HPS) to minister to the local community in Coronado, Costa Rica. While in Costa Rica, the team attended two days of a six-day clinic hosted by the Costa Ricans

University Promotes 9 Professors

University Promotes 9 Professors

Dr. E. Randolph Richards, provost and chief academic officer for Palm Beach Atlantic University, announced the promotion of nine faculty members. Associate Professor Fred J. Browning, of Palm Beach Gardens, was promoted to professor of physics. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the

PBA Hosts MFuge to Serve Local Communities

PBA Hosts MFuge to Serve Local Communities

Youth from churches located throughout the south gathered at Palm Beach Atlantic University June 12-16 to participate in MFuge, a program designed to help student jump into ministry with local communities. Throughout the month of June, more than 500 campers and their sponsors from 21 different