Viviane Caya-Vandenbroek, a fourth-year Pharm.D./MBA student at Palm Beach Atlantic University, hopes to make a positive difference in the world, starting with her time at PBA. The summer after her first year in pharmacy school, the Montreal, Canada, native joined a group of students and
Palm Beach Atlantic University has officially selected Canvas by Instructure, the online learning management system (LMS) that makes teaching and learning easier, President William M. B. Fleming, Jr. announced. There are more than 500 LMSs in the world. PBA’s LMS Search Committee chose the top
Leadership speaker Dr. John Stahl-Wert started his campus talk with a story. Some 40 years ago, a young Chinese engineer had a very ambitious and courageous vision for a new company. While ambition and courage are “the bread and butter of an entrepreneur,” Stahl-Wert said, these qualities were
Kristin Moya is a breast cancer survivor. At age 23. The recent Palm Beach Atlantic University graduate has been through chemotherapy and surgery, and today she has a singular mission: to prevent other young people from experiencing the same. Elexenia Moya (left) and her
Using the body’s own immune system to fight cancer has the potential to save countless lives, and it all began by asking certain basic questions, said Dr. Jacob Richards, a 2010 Palm Beach Atlantic University graduate who has been on the front lines of scientific review as it relates to certain
Palm Beach Atlantic University is pleased to announce that first Jacobs Family Foundation Scholarship has been awarded to Joyce Villacis ’16. Established in 2016, this scholarship assists Wellington residents seeking to complete college or pursue graduate degrees at PBA. The Jacobs Family
Dr. Michael Rubin, a resident scholar with the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C., will speak to students and faculty at Palm Beach Atlantic University about conflict in the Middle East on Wednesday, March 29. The presentation, hosted by the School of Arts and Sciences, is open
During Monday’s lunch hour, the Clematis Room in the Mandel Public Library was filled with 27 people taking the first step to becoming leaders — learning how to lead themselves. Dr. Craig Domeck teaches the first session, titled "Lead Yourself."
If Denise Grant has learned anything as a student at Palm Beach Atlantic University, it’s how to turn an obstacle into an instrument for success. Grant, a suburban Lake Worth wife and mother, endured one personal hardship after another while taking evening classes toward her degree in
The contrast must have been startling for Dr. Ray Robinson, when he arrived at Palm Beach Atlantic in 1989 from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey. PBA was just over 20 years old while the musical traditions of the esteemed choir college dated back to the 1920s.