The Masters of Science and Leadership program allows students to prepare to serve the world at a higher level as a leader and reach their potential. These students take what they learn and directly apply it to their line of work. For one student, Father Mario Castaneda, the workplace is the parish
Vice President for Admissions and Special Projects Tim Worley was appointed to the;Articulation Coordinating Committee (ACC).;He will represent Florida’s Nonpublic Postsecondary Institutes of Higher Education. President William M. B. Fleming Jr. nominated Worley for this opportunity. Worley’s
The Sunshine State Conference formally welcomed Palm Beach Atlantic University as a full conference member on Thursday. The addition along with the acceptance of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University as a full member brings the membership to 11 institutions, all in the state of Florida. “Palm Beach
PBA alumnus, a current P3 student, two current pharmacy preceptors and former pharmacy professor accept awards at the Florida Pharmacy Association (FPA) annual meeting. The FPA is a state wide professional pharmacy organization united to advance healthcare and pharmacy practice. Dr. Luther Laite,
Palm Beach Atlantic University’s popular graduate ministry programs will be offered at the Orlando Campus beginning in January 2018. “Orlando has become a hub for Christian ministry organizations and activity,” said Dr. Jonathan Grenz, dean of the School of Ministry, in announcing the offerings of
Marcos Gonzalez, a current Master of Divinity/MBA student, hopes to redeem God’s design for a Christ-centered family.Gonzalez had a difficult childhood in neglectful and abusive foster care. At the age of 18 he enlisted in the Air Force, where he began to thrive and take online college courses.
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 in New
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
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.
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 be transformative for students. But Joshua