Using the body’s own immune system to fight cancer has the potential to save countless lives, and it all began by asking certain basic questions, said Dr. Jacob Richards, a 2010 Palm Beach Atlantic University graduate who has been on the front lines of scientific review as it relates to certain
Palm Beach Atlantic University students are among the organizers of this week’s College Night-themed Art After Dark event at the Norton Museum of Art. The public is welcome to Art After Dark, which runs from 5 to 9 p.m. on Thursdays. Museum admission is free (through 2018). The evening
Palm Beach Atlantic University is pleased to announce that first Jacobs Family Foundation Scholarship has been awarded to Joyce Villacis ’16. Established in 2016, this scholarship assists Wellington residents seeking to complete college or pursue graduate degrees at PBA. The Jacobs Family
Biologists with Palm Beach Atlantic University have discovered specimens of the mangrove saltmarsh snake Nerodia clarkii compressicauda in Broward County, Florida, the first record of this species in the county. Mangrove saltmarsh snakes are non-venomous and are the only snake in the contiguous
Sam Hughes, a retired business executive who was once the face of business interests in Canada, adheres to a simple maxim: Stop and think. “All you have to do when you’re faced with any kind of a major decision is don’t just leap into the fire,” he told Palm Beach Atlantic University students
Palm Beach Atlantic University alumnus Dr. Matthew Perry, lead pastor of Arapahoe Road Baptist Church in Centennial, Colorado, will speak during PBA’s Founders Day Chapel at 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 4, in the DeSantis Family Chapel, 300 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach. The event is free.
As a graduate of the prestigious Milton Hershey School, a Pennsylvania boarding school created to support students who come from lower-income households, Mahoganie Hunter was well prepared for university life when she arrived at Palm Beach Atlantic University in 2013 to study theatre arts.
Dr. Michael Rubin, a resident scholar with the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C., will speak to students and faculty at Palm Beach Atlantic University about conflict in the Middle East on Wednesday, March 29. The presentation, hosted by the School of Arts and Sciences, is open
If Denise Grant has learned anything as a student at Palm Beach Atlantic University, it’s how to turn an obstacle into an instrument for success. Grant, a suburban Lake Worth wife and mother, endured one personal hardship after another while taking evening classes toward her degree in
Neurologist Dr. Gail Austin Cooney shared a little-known fact about herself with Palm Beach Atlantic University students this week. Though perhaps best known as being part of the team that helped Hospice of Palm Beach County become one of the nation’s leading providers of end-of-life care,