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John P. Hayes Joins PBA as Titus Chair for Franchise Leadership

John P. Hayes Joins PBA as Titus Chair for Franchise Leadership

Palm Beach Atlantic University President William M.B. Fleming, Jr. has appointed Dr. John P. Hayes, a veteran franchise practitioner and educator, as the Titus Chair for Franchise Leadership and director of the new Titus Center for Franchising effective August 2017. “Given his extensive academic

Orlando Faculty Member’s New Book Examines John 21

Orlando Faculty Member’s New Book Examines John 21

Two Can Play That Game: Manipulation, Counter-Manipulation, and Recognition in John 21 through the Eyes of Genesis by Assistant Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies Dr. Eric Lowdermilk has been published. Lowdermilk is coordinator of the ministry program at Palm Beach Atlantic

PBA’s Online Bachelor’s Programs Climb in U.S. News Rankings

PBA’s Online Bachelor’s Programs Climb in U.S. News Rankings

In its sixth year of rating online programs, U.S. News & World Report ranks Palm Beach Atlantic University at 28th in its Best Online Education Programs for 2017, rising from 34th last year. In ratings announced today, Palm Beach Atlantic is tied with Central Michigan University (Michigan),

King Scholar to Present Three-Part Series on Civil Rights Movement

King Scholar to Present Three-Part Series on Civil Rights Movement

Dr. Terriel Byrd, professor of urban Christian ministry at Palm Beach Atlantic University, will speak on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the American Civil Rights Movement during three Sundays in February at the Mandel Public Library, 411 Clematis St., West Palm Beach. All presentations are open

Employee of the Year Uses Gifts to Showcase Sailfish Athletics

Employee of the Year Uses Gifts to Showcase Sailfish Athletics

Michael Brown is the self-described ultimate sports fan. “I get to watch sports for a living and I get to tell other people about it,” joked Brown, the senior athletic director for external operations for Palm Beach Atlantic University. In fact, Brown serves in several important roles in

Pharmacy Student Chosen for Scholarship from Tylenol

Pharmacy Student Chosen for Scholarship from Tylenol

Aisha Shokoya, a third-year student in the Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy at Palm Beach Atlantic University, is one of 40 students nationwide chosen to receive the Tylenol Future Care Scholarship. The recipients have displayed academic excellence, exemplary leadership, community

Married Couple Achieves Education Goal by Graduating Together

Married Couple Achieves Education Goal by Graduating Together

Alex Lopez was only a year into his studies at Palm Beach Atlantic University when he lost his job in the financial collapse in 2008 and had to postpone his educational plans. Years later his wife, Melissa Manhong, started looking into colleges. Lopez encouraged her to consider PBA, and soon

Burns, Elson to Co-Chair Annual Women of Distinction Luncheon

Burns, Elson to Co-Chair Annual Women of Distinction Luncheon

Two former honorees, Eileen Burns (2011) and Susie Elson (2014) are the co-chairmen of the Women of Distinction luncheon to benefit Palm Beach Atlantic University set for Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017 at The Breakers Palm Beach. The luncheon begins with an 11:15 a.m. reception in the Mediterranean Room,

LeMieux Fellows: Drone Warfare, Religious Liberty Discussions Require Truth, Education

LeMieux Fellows: Drone Warfare, Religious Liberty Discussions Require Truth, Education

The late President John F. Kennedy is quoted as saying, “The goal of education is the advancement of knowledge and the dissemination of truth.” Had Kennedy been present on the Palm Beach Atlantic campus last month to hear the research presentations of the 2015 LeMieux Fellows, he would be pleased

Student Named Winner in National Poetry Recitation Competition

Student Named Winner in National Poetry Recitation Competition

Alex Ott, a sophomore majoring in business management at Palm Beach Atlantic University, was named a winner in the 2016 Norton Anthology Student Recitation Contest. Open to high school and college students, the contest involved submitting a video recitation of one of four poems. Ott’s winning