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Gregory School of Pharmacy Promotes Jackson

Gregory School of Pharmacy Promotes Jackson

Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Gregory School of Pharmacy has appointed Dr. Jay Jackson as assistant dean for students. Jackson will continue serving as the school’s assistant professor of pharmacy practice. “Jay is a gifted individual [who demonstrates];excellence in his teaching

New Farish Scholars Named for Fall 2018-19

New Farish Scholars Named for Fall 2018-19

Palm Beach Atlantic University has selected two incoming Florida freshmen as Farish Scholars starting in the fall 2018-19 academic year. Jonathan Carleton of Monteverde and Lauren Johnson of Orlando were chosen from a field of 20 qualifying applicants for the coveted four-year, full tuition

PBA Student Snags Film Festival Award

PBA Student Snags Film Festival Award

Palm Beach Atlantic University student Angel Soto has added another award to his growing list of achievements as budding filmmaker. Soto’s commercial “A Boy’s Wish” snagged first place honors last Friday during a red-carpet awards show for the 23rd Annual Palm Beach International Film Festival’s

PBA Names New Volleyball Coach

PBA Names New Volleyball Coach

;Doug Walters brings strong coaching resume' to the PBA job. Palm Beach Atlantic University has selected Doug Walters to be the new;women's volleyball coach. Walters joins the Sailfish after spending the last 10 years leading Cedarville University in Ohio. Walters takes over a PBA program that

New 'Florida Made' Book to Benefit PBA's LeMieux Center

New 'Florida Made' Book to Benefit PBA's LeMieux Center

A new book co-written by former U.S. Sen. George LeMieux and journalist Laura Mize '05 chronicling the impact of more than two dozen influential personalities on the history of the Sunshine State makes its official debut today. The book titled, “Florida Made: The 25 Most Important Figures Who

Founders Day Speaker Offers Biblical Guidepost For Decision-Making

Founders Day Speaker Offers Biblical Guidepost For Decision-Making

Palm Beach Atlantic University has come a long way from its humble beginnings in 1968 as a fledgling Christian college with 84 students to one of Florida’s top faith-based institutions of higher education today serving nearly 4,000 students. PBA marked;Founders Day Wednesday with a special

Presidential Historian Touts Virtues of Nation's Best Leaders

Presidential Historian Touts Virtues of Nation's Best Leaders

Presidential historian and Pulitzer-Prize winning author Jon Meacham spoke on The Art of Leadership: Lessons From the American Presidency to a packed house during a LeMieux Center for Public Policy lecture Thursday at Palm Beach Atlantic University. As Meacham addressed students, faculty, alumni

Performance is Key to New Graduate Music Degree

Performance is Key to New Graduate Music Degree

As the music faculty of PBA’s School of Music and Fine Arts were crafting a master’s program, the discussion came down to one question: What do we do best? “Performance,” said Dr. Ken Phillips, chairman of the music department. “We have an outstanding performance faculty.” ;He noted that PBA

MacArthur Speaker Shares Key Traits of God-led Leaders

MacArthur Speaker Shares Key Traits of God-led Leaders

Dr. Crawford W.; Loritts Jr. In his book “Leadership as an Identity” nationally-known speaker, author and pastor Dr. Crawford W. Loritts Jr. outlines findings from his quest to answer the question: What does the Bible teach about leadership? Late Wednesday Loritts shared insights from his

 Renowned Franchiser Shares with Titus Board, Students Keys to His Global Success

Renowned Franchiser Shares with Titus Board, Students Keys to His Global Success

Aziz Hashim, one of world’s leading experts on franchising, spoke Wednesday on campus describing the industry as the “quintessential American invention” and emphasized how his faith has driven his decisions in business and in life. Hashim, who has over three decades of experience owning and