Palm Beach Atlantic volleyball brought home multiple awards this week before the start of the NCAA DII National Tournament as Sarah Ragland (pictured), Ally Rohn and Molly Burkhardt were named All-America by the AVCA. Ragland was also honored by the D2CCA. Ragland became the second player in
Thirteen students in the Gregory School of Pharmacy at Palm Beach Atlantic University presented posters at the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) midyear clinical meeting and exhibition in Las Vegas this week. The students, coauthors and topics are: Jason Bowen, Jocelyn
Palm Beach Atlantic President William M. B. Fleming wrote a piece for Advance, the Council for Christian Colleges and University magazine, about how philanthropic giving is alive and well in the age of the millennials. In "The New Givers", President Fleming highlights four PBA alums, Steve and
For the second consecutive season the Palm Beach Atlantic volleyball team will be heading to the NCAA Division II Championships as they defeated Florida Southern College 3-1 Saturday night in front of a large crowd inside Rubin Arena. The 2015 team also defeated the Mocs by a 3-1 final to reach
Graduate student Carly Campbell is enrolled in PBA's Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program. While 2017 is expected to bring more changes to healthcare delivery system in the United States, there is one certainty that has already taken place: the
Eight students have been named the outstanding graduates of their schools and were recognized during Palm Beach Atlantic University’s fall 2016 Honors Day ceremony on Thursday. Recognized at Honors Chapel on Thursday were the outstanding graduates for the 2016 fall semester.
After a 20-year journalism career, Emmy-award-winning journalist Israel Balderas is joining Palm Beach Atlantic University's faculty as assistant professor of convergence journalism in the School of Communications and Media. Balderas starts on Jan. 3 and will be teaching advanced reporting,
The book Paul Behaving Badly by Palm Beach Atlantic University School of Ministry Dean Dr. Randy Richards and a former student, Dr. Brandon O'Brien, has been named a readers’ choice finalist for book of the Year by InterVarsity Press. This is the third book by Richards to achieve that
Dr. Stephanie Bennett, professor of communication and media ecology and associate dean of the School of Communication and Media, presented a paper at the National Communication Association convention in Philadelphia. As part of the Religious Communication Association, she sat on a panel dealing
Palm Beach Atlantic University Provost and Chief Academic Officer Dr. Gene Fant and several members of the School of Ministry faculty were presenters at the annual meetings of the Evangelical Theological Society and Evangelical Philosophical Society, as well as the American Academy of Religion.