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Faculty to Conduct Research, Writing, Training During Sabbaticals

Faculty to Conduct Research, Writing, Training During Sabbaticals

Palm Beach Atlantic University grants a select number of sabbatical leaves of absence each year to allow faculty an opportunity for in-depth study, research or other pursuit that will increase their teaching and research effectiveness.            Casado-Kehoe

Mandel Public Library to Feature Presentations by PBA Faculty

Mandel Public Library to Feature Presentations by PBA Faculty

Members of the Palm Beach Atlantic University faculty will serve as program presenters at the Mandel Public Library of West Palm Beach during the spring. The programs are free and open to the public. Earlier this month, Dr. Michael Ray Smith spoke on the topic “Journalism 101: 10 Secrets to

“Paul Behaving Badly” Topic for February Graduate, Professional Programs Information Session

“Paul Behaving Badly” Topic for February Graduate, Professional Programs Information Session

Dr. Randy Richards, professor of biblical studies at Palm Beach Atlantic University, will present a free talk, “Paul Behaving Badly,” at 7 p.m. Thursday, February 18. The session takes place at the Hyatt Place West Palm Beach/Downtown at 295 Lakeview Avenue. The presentation includes information

King Scholar to Speak on MLK Legacy

King Scholar to Speak on MLK Legacy

Dr. Terriel Byrd, professor of urban Christian ministry at Palm Beach Atlantic University, will speak on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at 7 p.m. Monday in the DeSantis Family Chapel, 300 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach. The event, which is part of the University’s

History Professor, Alumna Give Presentations at National Meeting

History Professor, Alumna Give Presentations at National Meeting

Palm Beach Atlantic University Associate Professor of History Dr. Roger Chapman was a presenter at the recent annual meeting of the American Historical Association in Atlanta. His presentation, “Assigning Billy Joel’s ‘We Didn’t Start the Fire’ to Teach What’s Not History,” was part of a

RN to BSN Degree Program to Begin in May

RN to BSN Degree Program to Begin in May

Palm Beach Atlantic University will launch an RN to BSN program in May 2016. The program complements the University’s current nursing degree offerings and responds to the demand for baccalaureate-prepared nurses to provide better patient outcomes and reduce the total cost of care. Palm Beach

M.Div. Students Learn from International Scholar

M.Div. Students Learn from International Scholar

Dr. James Robson chats with Palm Beach Atlantic University M.Div. students during a break from their study of the book of Deuteronomy.    Graduate students in the School of Ministry at Palm Beach Atlantic University are participating in a

LifeWay Research Director to Keynote Church Leaders Conference

LifeWay Research Director to Keynote Church Leaders Conference

Dr. Ed Stetzer, executive director of LifeWay Research and a well-known author and conference leader, is the keynote speaker for Synergoi: Church Leaders Conference set for Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016, at Palm Beach Atlantic University. The one-day conference for pastors and church leaders provides

Employee of the Year Combines Talents in Business, Humanities

Employee of the Year Combines Talents in Business, Humanities

Most of her colleagues at Palm Beach Atlantic University know Anne Ilcus as the budget administrator and investment analyst who keeps Palm Beach Atlantic University on sound footing financially. But there’s also Anne Ilcus who once taught art history in Florence, Italy, for three years and who

Outstanding Graduate Continues Musical Legacy at PBA

Outstanding Graduate Continues Musical Legacy at PBA

A musical dynasty is in the making at Palm Beach Atlantic University, and senior Ashley Taylor is setting the bar high for the next generation. Not only was her mother, Janda Starling Taylor, PBA’s outstanding music graduate in 1987, but her father, Kent Taylor ’88, also is a Palm Beach