A national conversation about bringing together a divided nation happens today, and Palm Beach Atlantic University students will be a part of it. Hunter Durham PBA and 10 other universities around the country will be host sites
UPDATED 5 p.m. Saturday (10/8) This will be the final update concerning Hurricane Matthew. While PBA continues to monitor the storm’s track, it is no longer expected to affect campus operations. Please read below carefully for information about opening campus and resuming classes. As
Palm Beach Atlantic University hosts its annual President’s Distinguished Scholar Lecture in October with Dr. George M. Marsden, professor emeritus at the University of Notre Dame and a noted author. Marsden’s lecture titled “The Genius of C. S. Lewis’s Mere Christianity” is free and open to
PBA student presenters at the American Psychological Association convention included Gabriella Silva and Thamires Dos Anjos (top image), as well as Amy Mesiha and Noah Cardillo (center image). Alumna Camille Benito (bottom image) was also a presenter.
Palm Beach Atlantic University Professor of Biology Dr. Thomas Chesnes has been selected as a finalist for the Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s Blue Friend of the Year Award, which recognizes significant contributions in marine conservation through work-related activities. Chesnes is one of eight
Palm Beach Atlantic University freshmen Ariana Fernandez of Miami, Florida, and Emily Headley of Ocoee, Florida, were both home educated. They both love to dance and are in the same ballet class at PBA this semester. Emily Headley, left, and Ariana Fernandez
Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Orlando Campus will host ministry events on Islam and Christianity for pastors and the public on Thursday, Nov. 10. A community forum will take place from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church of Orlando, 106 E. Church St. The topic will be
There’s no breakfast. There’s no Fred. But the nationally known Breakfast With Fred Leadership Institute (BWFLI) is returning to Palm Beach Atlantic University October 26 and 27, a little over two years after its initial visit. “Having the BWFLI return to Palm Beach Atlantic for an
Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy will present a Community Health Fair, a free event to assist and educate the Lake Worth community, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1, at the Armory Annex, 1121 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth. Pharmacists, healthcare
The Palm Beach Atlantic University Alumni Association recently awarded 49 annual scholarships, which are renewable by undergraduates who remain in good standing at the University. Events such as the Alumni Association Golf Tournament and the Alumnae Afternoon Tea benefit this scholarship fund.