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February 28, 2015

Faculty News

This is news about the achievements and activities of the Palm Beach Atlantic University faculty.

Palm Beach Atlantic University students, and especially student athletes, have had a mighty advocate in University trustee Robert T. Owens, who died on Thursday at age 72. Two of PBA’s major athletic landmarks, the Rubin Arena in the Greene Complex for Sports and Recreation and the newly opened Rubin Park baseball field at the Marshall and Vera Lea Rinker Athletic Campus, stand as enduring tributes to Owens’ friendship with the late South Florida builder Jake Rubin. Since 1993, Owens has been president and CEO of the charitable J.M. Rubin Foundation, which has allocated more than $5 million to PBA over the years for both facilities and scholarships.
'Crusader' Trustee Remembered for Generosity, Loyalty

Though political divisions in the Ukraine have made worldwide headlines in recent months, a group of Ukrainian higher education officials who visited Palm Beach Atlantic University on Friday said they are working toward a peaceful future through learning.
Ukrainian Education Delegation Pays Visit to PBA

The Palm Beach Atlantic University Athletic Department will host a spring break sports camp during the week of March 16-20.
PBA Invites Children to Spend Spring Break Playing Sports

Palm Beach Atlantic University Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice Dr. Elias Chahine is coauthor of two chapters in a new book on infectious diseases. He is also a coauthor of an article published in a leading journal in the field of infectious diseases.
Pharmacy Professor Coauthors Book Chapters, Journal Article

Palm Beach Atlantic University athletic training students Jerica Moore, Carson Mitchell, Kayla Vredeveld and Rachel Martin earned second-place honors in the Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Student Quiz Bowl held recently in Atlanta, Georgia.
Athletic Training Students Place Second in Quiz Bowl

Effective immediately, Palm Beach Atlantic University faculty and students may begin applying for the 2015-16 Quality Initiative Research Grant cycle.
Applications Accepted for 2015-16 Quality Initiative Grants

An article by Dr. Justin Hardin, associate professor of biblical and theological studies at Palm Beach Atlantic University, has been published in the latest issue of the peer-reviewed journal Tyndale Bulletin. The title of the article is "Galatians without a Mirror: Reflections on Paul's Conflict with the Agitators."
Journal Publishes Professor's Article on Apostle Paul

The Palm Beach Atlantic University School of Nursing is expanding its local mission efforts by serving this semester at the Belle Glade Life Center.
PBA Volunteers Help Glades Children Try on Nursing Careers

Palm Beach Atlantic University's Orlando campus and its counseling faculty recently hosted "Strengthening Adoptive Families," a workshop for those considering adoption or who have adopted children.
Orlando Campus Hosts Workshop to Support Adoptive Families

The School of Music and Fine Arts at Palm Beach Atlantic University will host the ninth annual Palm Beach Atlantic International Piano Festival on the University's main campus Feb. 16-22. Concerts throughout the week will showcase the skills of young artists who hail from such countries as Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, France, Jordan, Lithuania, Portugal, Russia, Spain and Taiwan.
Festival's Concerts, Master Classes Celebrate Piano Artistry

 

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