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Copan Writes Book for New Philosophers

Copan Writes Book for New Philosophers

A Little Book for New Philosophers by Palm Beach Atlantic University Professor and Pledger Family Chair of Philosophy and Ethics Dr. Paul Copan has been published by IVP Academic. In A Little Book for New Philosophers, Copan offers a concise introduction to the study of philosophy. “By God's

Faculty Athletics Representative to be Inducted into Sports Hall of Fame

Faculty Athletics Representative to be Inducted into Sports Hall of Fame

Dr. Timothy Ladd, who has served as Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) since 2003, will be inducted into PBA’s Sports Hall of Fame this weekend during Homecoming. Along with former women’s soccer player Nordia Reid Morris ’04 and former basketball player

Leadership Faculty Member Speaks in Iceland, Contributes Book Chapter

Leadership Faculty Member Speaks in Iceland, Contributes Book Chapter

Palm Beach Atlantic University Professor of Leadership Studies Dr. Jim Laub was a presenter at the Global Servant Leadership Research Roundtable held recently in Bifrost, Iceland. His topic was “Measure What You Value:  A Review of Servant Leadership Research Using the Organizational Leadership

Faculty Member Speaks at Penn State University

Faculty Member Speaks at Penn State University

Palm Beach Atlantic University Associate Professor of Communication Dr. Wes Jamison recently spoke at Penn State University. Jamison, whose research expertise involves political communication and public relations as it relates to food, agriculture and science politics as well as corporate

UPDATED: WPB Campus Opens; Classes Resume Monday

UPDATED: WPB Campus Opens; Classes Resume Monday

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

Notre Dame Professor Emeritus, Award-winning Author to Discuss ‘Mere Christianity’

Notre Dame Professor Emeritus, Award-winning Author to Discuss ‘Mere Christianity’

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

Faculty, Students Present Research, Receive Award at National Conference

Faculty, Students Present Research, Receive Award at National Conference

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.   

Chesnes Named Finalist for Environmental Award

Chesnes Named Finalist for Environmental Award

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

Prayer, Character, Messages Matter, Graham Tells Pastors

Prayer, Character, Messages Matter, Graham Tells Pastors

Dr. Jack Graham, pastor of the 41,000-member Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, Texas, says he considers it a joy to mentor and inspire other ministers. That desire to impact church leaders recently brought him back to West Palm Beach, the city where he served as pastor from 1981 to 1989 at

Students Discover Ample Opportunities at Career Fair

Students Discover Ample Opportunities at Career Fair

Freshman Emily Martin arrived at Palm Beach Atlantic University’s recent career fair with five copies of her résumé in hand. Shortly afterward, she received three responses from prospective employers. Martin, a psychology major from Arlington, Texas, said her first stop upon entering career