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Decorating with festive lights. Baking cookies to share. Sending greeting cards to friends and family. Stocking care packages for the military, the elderly and the poor.Sophia, Bernie and Nicholas Cueto light candles on an Advent wreath.Preparing for Christmas takes many forms. But for Christians

UPDATED: WPB Campus Opens; Classes Resume Monday

UPDATED: WPB Campus Opens; Classes Resume Monday

UPDATED 5 p.m. Saturday (10/8)This will be the final update concerning Hurricane Matthew. While PBA continues to monitor the storm’s track, it is no longer expected to affect campus operations. Please read below carefully for information about opening campus and resuming classes.   As of 5 p.m. on

Orlando Campus to Host Ministry Events on Islam, Christianity

Orlando Campus to Host Ministry Events on Islam, Christianity

Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Orlando Campus will host ministry events on Islam and Christianity for pastors and the public on Thursday, Nov. 10.A community forum will take place from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church of Orlando, 106 E. Church St. The topic will be “Encountering Muslim

Counseling Faculty Facilitate Session on Research at National Conference

Counseling Faculty Facilitate Session on Research at National Conference

Dr. Olga Dietlin (left) and Dr. Andrea Dyben recently facilitated a session at the national conference of the Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling (AARC) in Fort Lauderdale.Dr. Olga Dietlin, associate professor of counseling at Palm Beach Atlantic University, and Dr. Andrea Dyben,

U.S. News: Palm Beach Atlantic Among Best Colleges in the South

U.S. News: Palm Beach Atlantic Among Best Colleges in the South

Palm Beach Atlantic University is ranked 62nd among the best universities in the South according to U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges 2017 edition released today.The publication includes rankings of more than 1,800 schools nationwide. To learn more about the U.S. News College Compass, which

Orlando Campus to Host Counselor Training on Conflict, Trauma

Orlando Campus to Host Counselor Training on Conflict, Trauma

Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Orlando Campus will host a Christian counselor training workshop from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1, at the campus, 4700 Millenia Blvd. in Orlando.Pastors, church leaders, laypersons and representatives from Christian organizations are invited to attend the

14 University Faculty Receive Promotions

14 University Faculty Receive Promotions

Palm Beach Atlantic University Provost and Chief Academic Officer Dr. Gene C. Fant Jr. recently announced 14 faculty promotions.Dr. Suzanne Cardona of Lake Worth was promoted to associate professor of biology. She received her doctorate from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where her

PBA Faculty Member Teaches Pastors, Seminary Students in Haiti

PBA Faculty Member Teaches Pastors, Seminary Students in Haiti

Assistant Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies and Coordinator of the Orlando Ministry Program Dr. Eric Lowdermilk recently traveled with a small group to Pierre Payen, Haiti, to provide ministry training for pastors and seminary students and to provide health training, sports programs and

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 focused on

Outstanding Graduate Seeks Knowledge to Give Families Hope

Outstanding Graduate Seeks Knowledge to Give Families Hope

Seventeen years ago, Angela Wagoner felt God calling her and her husband to the heart of Appalachia to minister to families in need. They moved with their three children from central Florida to a small community in Kentucky. When they arrived, they found that those seeking help included victims of