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State Representative Sees Lessons in Losses

State Representative Sees Lessons in Losses

; Florida House Rep. Jennifer Sullivan takes a student question at the lyceum. When Florida’s 31st District sent 21-year-old Jennifer Sullivan to serve in the state House of Representatives, she was the youngest woman ever elected to a seat in the state legislature. It was, by any measure, a

‘Vibrant Life of Service’ Proponent Encourages Relationships

‘Vibrant Life of Service’ Proponent Encourages Relationships

; From left, Sarah Osterhouse, Belle Pierre, Sheridon Ouma and William Ellery “Wilber” James. When William Ellery “Wilber” James was initiated into Kenya’s Tharaka tribe in 1971, elders named him M’Mugira – “the one who goes away and returns with something precious.” It’s a name typically

Dream Inspires Student Volunteer Efforts

Dream Inspires Student Volunteer Efforts

; Gavin Titherington and Ashleigh Moore rake and bag ficus leaves at the Palm Beach Zoo. As part of the 2019 Martin Luther King Day of Service, PBA people picked a passel of peppers – 13,000 pounds of peppers. They also raked, cleaned, hauled, shoveled, sanded and painted, all as a way to give

GSOP Class of ’22  Pledges Their Futures

GSOP Class of ’22 Pledges Their Futures

; Dr. Jay Jackson poses with Ginamary; Negrón Talavera; after the ceremony. As Ginamary Negrón Talavera donned her crisp new pharmacist’s coat for the first time, her husband and two young children watched proudly – from the family’s home in Puerto Rico. Watching via live stream, they joined the

Physician Leans on Christ in Mission Field

Physician Leans on Christ in Mission Field

; Dr. David Stevens spoke on behalf of the Gregory Center for Medical Missions. As a missionary physician in the 1980s, Dr. David Stevens practiced as an obstetrician, pediatrician, surgeon and infectious disease specialist – often all in the same day. Author of Jesus, MD, and CEO of Christian

Inaugural Faith & Culture Forum to Focus on  Christian Perspectives on War and Peace

Inaugural Faith & Culture Forum to Focus on Christian Perspectives on War and Peace

; The School of Ministry at Palm Beach Atlantic University will hold a premiere event, the Faith & Culture Forum, on Thursday, February 7, 2019. The day-long event will showcase perspectives on important cultural issues within the Christian community. In 2019, the Forum will involve top

Project Management Concentration Coming to MBA Program

Project Management Concentration Coming to MBA Program

; MBA students can opt for a concentration in Project Management. Palm Beach Atlantic University will add a concentration in project management to its leading Master of Business Administration (MBA) program beginning this fall. This concentration, unique to PBA across South Florida universities,

DIVE Launches at Internship Expo

DIVE Launches at Internship Expo

Palm Beach Atlantic University knows that an internship is important and beneficial for their students’ future career. An internship helps integrate classroom knowledge and theory with practical application and skills developed that can only be found on the working field. To that end, the

LeMieux Center Appoints Rooney Senior Fellow

LeMieux Center Appoints Rooney Senior Fellow

Congressman Tom Rooney Palm Beach Atlantic University President William M. B. Fleming, Jr. announced today the appointment of former Congressman Tom Rooney as a Senior Fellow for The LeMieux Center for Public Policy at Palm Beach Atlantic. Rooney, who recently retired from Congress, represented

Volunteer Establishes Pharmacy Faculty Research Fund

Volunteer Establishes Pharmacy Faculty Research Fund

From left, GSOP Dean Jeff Lewis,; IntegraConnect's Raj Mantena and President Fleming. Raj Mantena is no stranger to the Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy (GSOP) at PBA. His daughter is enrolled in her first year of the pharmacy program and his son is an undergraduate student. As a member of