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Trial Team Wins Florida Bar Competition

Contact:Paul Lefton321-206-5722 ORLANDO, Fla. -- Barry University School of Law's Trial Team has made school history, winning first place in the prestigious Florida Bar Chester Bedell Mock Trial Competition, held January 21- January 23 in West Palm Beach. Members of the winning team were Luis Herrera, James Smeriglio III (advocates), William...  read more

Barry receives NEH Preservation Assistance Grant

CONTACT:Jeff LaLiberte305-899-4877 WASHINGTON -- The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has announced that more than 230 libraries, museums, and institutions of higher learning have been awarded a Preservation Assistance Grant. Barry University's Archives and Special Collections was one of the organizations chosen for the grant which...  read more

Barry University honored as College of Distinction

MIAMI, Fla. – Barry University has recently been honored as a College of Distinction for the 2014-15 school year for providing students with the highest level of undergraduate education. The College of Distinction designation recognizes select schools for excellence in student-focused higher education. Schools are selected based on college...  read more

Barry University earns Community Engagement Classification from Carnegie Foundation

Contact:Jeff LaLiberte305-899-4877 Miami, Fla. – Barry University has been selected to receive the 2015 Community Engagement Classification from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Barry, who earned the prestigious honor for the first time, joins 239 U.S. colleges and universities, including 82 other inaugural...  read more

Barry University earns ten-year SACSCOC re-accreditation

Contact: Gladys Amador 305.899.4919 Miami, Fla. -- Barry University's institutional-wide accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) was reaffirmed for a term of 10 years, the maximum length of time a school can receive re-accreditation. A rarity for many institutions seeking re-accreditation,...  read more

Dissection without a cadaver

Contact: Gladys Amador 305.899.4919 Miami, Fla. - Barry University has recently acquired new technology that allows current and future physicians to examine the human body like never before through the use of life-sized, virtual anatomy imagery. Like a gigantic tablet, the Anatomage table allows students and faculty to virtually dissect the human...  read more

Nursing students awarded $340,000 grant for education training at Barry University

Contact:Gladys Amador305-899-4919 Miami, Fla. – Barry University's College of Nursing and Health Sciences received a $340,340 grant. The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) awarded the Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship (AENT) Program for this year. The grant money will be used to support programs (MSN and Post-BSN to...  read more

Physician Assistant students visit La Victoria, Dominican Republic to provide medical aid

Contact:Gladys Amador305-899-4919 Miami, Fla. - This summer, more than a dozen Barry University, Physician Assistant students traveled to La Victoria, Dominican Republic to provide medical aid and volunteer their services for one week. Before taking the journey, students raised more than $2,000 to buy “Ready Relief Boxes,” which are...  read more

Nursing students awarded $340,000 grant for education training at Barry University

Contact:Gladys Amador305-899-4919 Miami, Fla. – Barry University's College of Nursing and Health Sciences received a $340,340 grant. The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) awarded the Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship (AENT) Program for this year. The grant money will be used to support programs (MSN and Post-BSN to...  read more

Barry alumna’s work showcased in Queens City Writers journal

Contact:Jeff LaLiberte305-899-4877 Miami, Fla. – Barry University alumna Susan Dorta, B.S. '14, recently had her work showcased by Queen City Writers, a journal by the University of Cincinnati which publishes the work of undergraduate students. Dorta's piece highlights the influence of Greek mythology on the culture and content of comic...  read more

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