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Orlando Adjunct Leads Spiritual Leaders Development Conference in Paris

Orlando Adjunct Leads Spiritual Leaders Development Conference in Paris

Dr. George Cope, an adjunct professor at Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Orlando Campus and a member of the Orlando Campus Advisory Board, conducted a week-long spiritual leaders development conference in Paris, France, in May.  A total of 96 pastors participated in the conference, which

Bryan, McMahon Appointed to New Leadership Roles

Bryan, McMahon Appointed to New Leadership Roles

Palm Beach Atlantic University President William M. B. Fleming, Jr. has appointed Joseph Bryan as Assistant Vice President for Admissions. Bryan will report to Tim Worley, vice president for Admissions and Special Projects. In his new role, Bryan will oversee undergraduate admissions and

Arts Add Creative Dimension to Science Camp’s First Week

Arts Add Creative Dimension to Science Camp’s First Week

The sounds of science emanated from the four corners of a lecture hall at Palm Beach Atlantic University on Friday afternoon, and it was music to the ears of Dr. Chelly Templeton and Dr. Sanaz Dovell. The symphony was courtesy of elementary-age students playing instruments such as hand-made

Award-winning Practicum Gives Nursing Students Insight into Alzheimer’s

Award-winning Practicum Gives Nursing Students Insight into Alzheimer’s

On a Thursday morning this spring, three Palm Beach Atlantic University nursing students responded with cheer and compassion when confronted with the difficult reality of Alzheimer’s disease. The aspiring nurses formed a bond with more than a dozen adults and seniors affected by dementia at the

MFUGE Camps to Offer Recreation, Faith, Service

MFUGE Camps to Offer Recreation, Faith, Service

Youth arriving at Palm Beach Atlantic University for MFUGE summer camps this month will find plenty of ways to grow spiritually both on and off campus. MFUGE, part of the LifeWay Christian Resources FUGE family of camps, is designed for rising seventh-graders through college-age students. More

Lewis Named Dean of Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy

Lewis Named Dean of Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy

Palm Beach Atlantic University Provost and Chief Academic Officer Dr. Gene C. Fant, Jr., has announced that Dr. Jeffrey Lewis, associate dean of the School of Pharmacy at Cedarville University, will join PBA as dean of the Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy effective July 1. Lewis has 30 years

Outstanding Grad Tends to Patients’ Physical, Spiritual Needs

Outstanding Grad Tends to Patients’ Physical, Spiritual Needs

During her high school years, Dr. Ariel Richardson of Jupiter knew she wanted to pursue a career in the health care field where she could make a difference in people’s health and overall well-being. At the encouragement of faculty at Jupiter Christian School, she decided to become a pharmacist.

Student Journalists Add to Growing List of Awards

Student Journalists Add to Growing List of Awards

Palm Beach Atlantic University student journalists and readmybeacon.com, the digital version of PBA’s student-run newspaper, will be recognized by the Florida Society of Newspaper Editors during an awards presentation next week. Photojournalist Ryan Arnst won first place in the FSNE student

University Begins Summer Campus Improvements

University Begins Summer Campus Improvements

As Palm Beach Atlantic University prepares to welcome new and returning students in August, several campus improvement projects are slated to take place through the summer months. The projects will not affect camps and other groups scheduled to use campus facilities throughout the summer,

Journey of Healing Led Student to Become Outstanding Grad

Journey of Healing Led Student to Become Outstanding Grad

Even in her darkest hours, and there have been many, Emily Bryant knows that the Lord was there. Even when she battled depression and drug addiction. Even when she dropped out of college. Even when she found herself living on the streets in her home state of Oklahoma. Even when she went to