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Bible Study Fellowship Invites PBA Women to Examine John’s Gospel

Bible Study Fellowship Invites PBA Women to Examine John’s Gospel

This school year, female students, faculty and staff at Palm Beach Atlantic University are invited to participate in an in-depth study of the Gospel of John under the guidance of an international Bible study organization. The Bible Study Fellowship satellite class will take place on Tuesday

Professor to Speak in Finland, Adds Finnish to Book Translations

Professor to Speak in Finland, Adds Finnish to Book Translations

Two books by Palm Beach Atlantic University Professor and Pledger Family Chair of Philosophy and Ethics Dr. Paul Copan have been translated into Finnish just as the author prepares for a series of speaking engagements in Finland. Dr. Paul Copan's book True for You, But Not For

Oceanography Professor Remembered as Scholar, Friend

Oceanography Professor Remembered as Scholar, Friend

Dr. Donald W. Lovejoy, retired associate professor of oceanography who arrived at Palm Beach Atlantic University in 1979 and earned the University’s Professor of the Year award in 1987, died on Sunday at JFK Medical Center in Atlantis. He was 85. “With highly impressive academic credentials,

Employees Gather to ‘Exalt Him’ in Preparation for New School Year

Employees Gather to ‘Exalt Him’ in Preparation for New School Year

Palm Beach Atlantic University’s faculty and staff turned their focus heavenward as they came together this week for the start of the new academic year. During a prayer vigil on Tuesday and the traditional Community Day activities on Wednesday, President William M. B. Fleming Jr. unveiled the

Provost Leads Faculty Development Session at Local Academy

Provost Leads Faculty Development Session at Local Academy

Palm Beach Atlantic University Provost and Chief Academic Officer Dr. Gene C. Fant, Jr. led a plenary faculty development session for The King’s Academy in West Palm Beach on Aug. 11, “What’s the Point of a Christ-First Learning Community.”  TKA is one of PBA’s Dual Enrollment Program (DEP)

Recent Pharmacy Grads Look to Advance Skills During Residency

Recent Pharmacy Grads Look to Advance Skills During Residency

As classes resumed in the Gregory School of Pharmacy at Palm Beach Atlantic University this week, a familiar face was among the new faculty.   Kuhn     Dr. Tara Kuhn of Naples, Florida, who was a member of the

PBA Faculty Member Teaches Pastors, Seminary Students in Haiti

PBA Faculty Member Teaches Pastors, Seminary Students in Haiti

Assistant Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies and Coordinator of the Orlando Ministry Program Dr. Eric Lowdermilk recently traveled with a small group to Pierre Payen, Haiti, to provide ministry training for pastors and seminary students and to provide health training, sports programs

Quantum Foundation Awards Grants for Nurse Training, Prescription Assistance Programs

Quantum Foundation Awards Grants for Nurse Training, Prescription Assistance Programs

The Quantum Foundation has awarded Palm Beach Atlantic University two grants totaling 205,000 over two years to improve training for nurses and nursing students and to provide prescription assistance to Palm Beach County residents who otherwise could not afford their medication. A grant for

University Announces Five Promotions in Student Development

University Announces Five Promotions in Student Development

Palm Beach Atlantic University recently announced the promotion of five employees to leadership positions in the Student Development office. Dean of Students Kevin Abel recently announced the promotion of Bob Lutz to assistant dean of students. In his new role, Lutz will oversee Residence

Teaching Award Recipient Equips Students for Life, Career Success

Teaching Award Recipient Equips Students for Life, Career Success

Assistant Professor of Education Pam Sigafoose is in the business of helping others to lead. Often it starts with helping them to find their voice.  In her Leadership for Academic Success class, one of the beginning courses for the organizational management degree, she has observed that