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10th GSOP Health Fair Benefits Patients, Students

10th GSOP Health Fair Benefits Patients, Students

For Jessica Hernandez, a third year pharmacy student, a career in pharmacy means a career advocating for patients and people. “The reason we keep doing this (hosting the health fair) is because we love being a part of the community, and knowing there is a need in the community,” Hernandez said.

Future Nurses Commit to Their Field of Study

Future Nurses Commit to Their Field of Study

A job helping people spiritually and physically is what attracted Abigail Washburn to the nursing profession. The junior from Orlando, Florida, was among 61 students who participated in the School of Nursing commitment ceremony during Family Weekend. For Washburn, it was personal as her

Sports Hall of Fame Honors ’09 Goalkeeper

Sports Hall of Fame Honors ’09 Goalkeeper

Joseph Yurchak '09, a former Palm Beach Atlantic University Sailfish men’s soccer star, will be inducted into PBA’s Sports Hall of Fame during Homecoming weekend. Along with former softball player Mari Treverton ’12, Yurchak will be honored at the Homecoming;dinner at 6 p.m. Saturday, November

GSOP Community Health Fair Celebrates 10 Years

GSOP Community Health Fair Celebrates 10 Years

Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy will present its 10th Community Health Fair, a free event to assist and educate the Lake Worth community, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 7, at the Armory Annex, 1121 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth. Pharmacists, healthcare

Early Decisions Benefit Freshman Students

Early Decisions Benefit Freshman Students

High expectations were set as 20 students in the I’m In Early Program (IIEP) were awarded for their early decisions to attend Palm Beach Atlantic University. President William M.B. Fleming, Jr. said that he looks forward to the students’ experience at the University to transform their stories

Group Encourages Women in Ministry

Group Encourages Women in Ministry

Believing that women were not permitted to pursue a career in ministry, Melissa Barciela kept her desire to serve God to herself for many years. It wasn’t until the Miami resident shared her secret calling with her pastor that she found encouragement to study for the ministry. Now the PBA Master

Sailfish Market Brings Healthy Choices to Campus

Sailfish Market Brings Healthy Choices to Campus

Organized by Palm Beach Atlantic’s Student Health Education Leaders (SHEL), the first Sailfish Market took place on Friday, September 29 in the Lassiter Student Center. Students enjoyed fresh juices from Celis Produce and Raw Juice, acai bowls from Field of Greens, and giveaways from Whole Foods

LeMieux Fellows Present on Global Topics

LeMieux Fellows Present on Global Topics

(From left to right) Dr. Roger Chapman, Nicole Freire, Senator George LeMieux, Jenna Wolfram and Dr. Elizabeth Stice at the LeMieux presenation on Thursday evening.; A future, a world filled with possibilities for new international connections and many dangers were the topics of research papers

Orlando Hosts 3rd Annual Ministry Forum

Orlando Hosts 3rd Annual Ministry Forum

The Palm Beach Atlantic Orlando Campus will host the 3rd annual Ministry Forum for Pastors and ministry leaders on Saturday, November 4 from 8:15 a.m - 1:30 p.m. The event will feature a variety of speakers who will examine and discuss various cultural issues from a Biblical perspective. Dr.

Hirsch to Keynote Jess Moody Pastor Conference

Hirsch to Keynote Jess Moody Pastor Conference

Palm Beach Atlantic University will host keynote speaker Alan Hirsch at the 5th Annual Jess Moody Pastors' Leadership Conference on Thursday, October 19 in DeSantis Family Chapel. Hirsch is considered to be a thought-leader and key mission strategist for churches across the western world. Hirsch