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April 21, 2015

General News
Nine Palm Beach Atlantic University seniors have been chosen to offer words of inspiration during chapel this week. The speakers were chosen from a pool of students nominated by deans, faculty and staff members.
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Student Chapelgoers Glean Knowledge from Graduating Seniors

America is in a second civil war, this one an economic rather than a military one, as states compete for new residents, Stephen Moore, an economist for the Heritage Foundation, said at Palm Beach Atlantic University this week. Also during his presentation, which was attended by PBA faculty, staff, students and the public, Moore compared the present economic recovery to the more robust one that occurred during President Ronald Reagan's presidency. He said the growth gap totals about $1.9 trillion in gross domestic product.
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Heritage Foundation Fellow Sees Bright Spots in Economy

Two third-year pharmacy students in Palm Beach Atlantic University's Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy, Melissa Waineo and Tara Kuhn, wrote a paper with Professor of Pharmacy Practice Dr. Dan Brown that was published online this month in advance of print publication in the Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics.
Journal Publishes Article on Antibiotic Used to Treat MRSA

Dr. Timothy Ladd, associate professor of education at Palm Beach Atlantic University, is the 2015 chair of the NCAA Division II Management Council, which helps shape the future of Division II and its 300 current member institutions.
Ladd Leads NCAA Division II Management Council

The Heritage Foundation's Distinguished Visiting Fellow Stephen Moore will give a lecture from 6 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 14, at Palm Beach Atlantic University in Rooms 115/116 of Gregory Hall, 1314 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach. Please RSVP to
Heritage Foundation Distinguished Visiting Fellow to Speak

The School of Nursing at Palm Beach Atlantic University recently received a planning grant from Palm Healthcare Foundation to explore the need for a Volunteer Nursing Corps in Palm Beach County. A kickoff event was held this week at PBA, and the discussion will continue at a public event scheduled for June 9.
School of Nursing Starts Volunteer Nursing Corps Dialogue

Leaders of West Palm Beach's Super Summer youth revival, which took place during America's post-Woodstock era, shared the sights and sounds of that time period with current Palm Beach Atlantics students during Founders Day chapel this week.
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Founders Day Speaker Revisits West Palm's 'Super Summer'

Dr. Gene Sale, dean of the School of Education and Behavioral Studies at Palm Beach Atlantic University, recently attended a seminar of the Leadership Council for Psychiatry on "Research Advances and Treatment Innovations in Mental Health" by Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard University.
University Represented at Mental Health Research Seminar

Palm Beach Atlantic University Associate Professor of Music Dr. Bryon Grohman recently presented a lecture for the Palm Beach Opera entitled "Scaling the High C's."
Music Professor Explains Science of High Notes in Opera Talk

The Palm Beach Atlantic University Gregory School of Pharmacy student chapter of the national pharmacy leadership society Phi Lambda Sigma has won the organization's 2015 Charles Thomas Leadership Challenge $1,000 grant to support the chapter's mentoring and professional development projects.
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Pharmacy Student Organization Wins National Leadership Grant

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