In the first week of Palm Beach Atlantic University science camp, 40 campers have been on a nature walk, made their own aquaponics and even planted flowers and plants at Conniston Middle School. Professor Sanaz Dovell, the director of science camp, was not exposed to agriculture growing up, so
Palm Beach Atlantic University now offers students the opportunity to earn a Bachelor’s of Science in Management with a concentration in franchising. Students who select this option will be prepared for business ownership and/or employment with a franchise company in the United States or abroad.
For Palm Beach Atlantic University pharmacy student Abel Carranza, the journey to pharmacy began many years ago with staring into his parents’ medicine cabinet. “I was fascinated,” Carranza said. “You took a pill, and you felt better. I wanted to know how that worked.” During the Lloyd L.
The Orlando Campus welcomes John Cortines, COO of Generous Giving, a Christian non-profit that seeks to spread the biblical message of generosity. He will speak to the American Free Enterprise class on June 7. In his current role Cortines oversees general operations and strategy for the
Executive Women of the Palm Beaches awarded 19,800 to 20 recipients, 10 of which are Palm Beach Atlantic University students. The Executive Women of the Palm Beaches scholarship programs works to fulfill the organization’s purpose of supporting women seeking higher education. Each candidate
Thirty-eight pharmacy students from around the country gathered for the annual Cardinal Health Student Leadership Conference in Houston, Texas, May 18-20, includining Ashley Hiltunen of the PBA Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy. “The conference focused on the opportunities that pharmacy has
The Bridges Scholar Program at Palm Beach Atlantic University received 15,000 from Bank of America as a recipient of its 2017 Workforce Development and Basic Needs grant. The Bridges Scholar Program is designed for first-year students who are enrolled in both
Dr. Roger Chapman, professor of history, is one of a select group of faculty members nationwide chosen by the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History to participate in a special American history seminar on “The 20th Century Presidency.” The
The virtual world of social media just became tangible to Hunter Durham. The marketing major and Outstanding Graduate of the Rinker School of Business is headed to Facebook, where he’ll serve as an account manager based in their Austin, Texas, operation. In his new capacity, the Springfield,
Four faculty members in the Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy were promoted to leadership positions during the spring semester, Dean Jeff Lewis announced. Dr. Dana Brown Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice Dr. Dana Brown was promoted to Associate Dean