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Alumnus Returns to Campus Leading MFuge Camp

Alumnus Returns to Campus Leading MFuge Camp

Jared Windham, a PBA alumnus of 2003, served as a student pastor with the MFuge camps on PBA’s campus. Jared is the son of Joe Windham, who also graduated from PBA in 1975. Windham is an associate pastor of student ministries at Sarasota Baptist Church and is married with two young children.

Quality Enhancement Plan Focuses on Service Learning

Quality Enhancement Plan Focuses on Service Learning

Palm Beach Atlantic’s new Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) looks to service learning as a means to improve student learning. The theme, “Reach Out, Reach In, Reach Up,” in effect mirrors the University’s motto: Enlightening Minds, Enriching Souls, Extending Hands. Service learning is the area of

Luther Draws Honors Students to Germany

Luther Draws Honors Students to Germany

  Statute of Martin Luther outside a church in Dresden, Germany. Photo by Nicole Corbin They went to Germany to commemorate an event that took place 500 years ago but they returned with additional insights tracking up to the recent history of the region that

From Prison Ministry to Evangelism & Apologetics Professor

From Prison Ministry to Evangelism & Apologetics Professor

Brian Wright, adjunct professor at PBA’s Orlando campus, uses experience serving in ministry at the Bureau of Prisons to teach evangelism and apologetics. Wright has served as a full-time federal prison chaplain for nearly a decade at the Bureau of Prisons. He received his masters of theology

Ministry Graduate Department Attains ATS Candidacy

Ministry Graduate Department Attains ATS Candidacy

Palm Beach Atlantic University’s School of Ministry Graduate Department was granted candidacy status with the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) last month. School of Ministry Dean Dr. Jonathan Grenz said that this accomplishment is the next step toward accredited member status with ATS.

Mission Trip Shapes PBA Students' Outlook for Serving

Mission Trip Shapes PBA Students' Outlook for Serving

Settling back into the routine of life in the U.S., PBA students like Chelsea Harlan find that their foreign mission trips are shaping their outlook for serving others anywhere.   Pharmacy student Andrea Mezentsef, center, with a translator and a Ugandan patient. 

Wenger, Johnson to Lead Res Life

Wenger, Johnson to Lead Res Life

Dean of Students Kevin Abel announced two promotions in the Residence Life department. Kara Wenger has been appointed director of Residence Life and will report to the Assistant Dean of Students. In her new role, Wenger will oversee the Residential Life office and Student Accountability. She

NCAA Considers Ballantyne for Woman of the Year

NCAA Considers Ballantyne for Woman of the Year

Emma Ballantyne, a recent graduate and outstanding volleyball player, has been nominated for the NCAA's annual Woman of the Year Award. Ballantyne was a starter for the Sailfish volleyball team all four years, while balancing her time as a medicinal and biological chemistry major. During her

CPFI Student Chapter Receives National Honor

CPFI Student Chapter Receives National Honor

Christian Pharmacist Fellowship International (CPFI) recognized Palm Beach Atlantic University’s CPFI student chapter as the national chapter of the year. The announcement was made in June at the group’s annual conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Jason Bowen (P3), a pharmacy student in

MSL Students Find Travel Transformative

MSL Students Find Travel Transformative

    MacArthur School of Leadership students, first row from left, Michele Kaksbeck, Joshua Jackson and Dana Raymond on their travel study experience with Rebecca Gedeon, second row. Travel studies that expand coursework beyond the boundaries of campus can