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Ethics Bowl Team earns 2nd place at 2018 Southeast Regional Ethics Bowl competition

Ethics Bowl Team earns 2nd place at 2018 Southeast Regional Ethics Bowl competition

Barry University's Ethics Bowl Team earned a second-place finish Nov. 10 as they travelled to the University of North Florida for the Southeast Regional Ethics Bowl competition. The team consisted of five debaters — Llona Kavege, Angela Duff, Antonio Rodriquez, Karla Moran, and Ruht Lovos-Chicas; four researchers — Yessenia Baxter, Amanda Hibbert,...

Barry Buccaneer newspaper & Department of Communication sponsor STAY WOKE Speech and Debate Competition

Barry Buccaneer newspaper & Department of Communication sponsor STAY WOKE Speech and Debate Competition

STAY WOKE: To remain vigilant about one's place in the world as it relates to policy, identity, government, culture, institutions, etc. There are many issues of importance in the world, and opinions about them run the gamut. For this year's annual Speech Contest, we will ask participants to take a stand on an important issue and to stand firm in...

Black Psychology

Black Psychology

The student group Leaders and Advocates in Black Psychology (LABPsi) was formed after many black graduate students in the MS Clinical Psychology Program expressed a desire to learn more about black cultural and spiritual practices that could inform their work as mental health professionals. It now includes undergraduate students. The purpose of...

Barry student leader Jasmine McKee to attend national conference on how to tackle social and environmental problems

Barry student leader Jasmine McKee to attend national conference on how to tackle social and environmental problems

Barry student leader Jasmine McKee will attend a national conference later this month, when students, recent graduates, and established professionals will connect and share ideas about how to tackle complex social and environmental problems. The Net Impact Conference, or NI18, will be held on October 25–27 in Phoenix, Arizona. Organized...

THANKSGIVING FOOD DRIVE benefiting Pridelines

THANKSGIVING FOOD DRIVE benefiting Pridelines

Help us provide Holiday dinners for homeless youth and families in need! THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE NEEDED: Fresh Turkeys Canned or Fresh Hams Canned or Fresh Chicken Instant Potatoes Canned Corn Canned Green beans Canned Gravy Canned Yams Canned Peas Cranberry Sauce Canned Carrots Canned Mixed Vegetables Corn Muffin Mix Boxed Jello Stuffing Mix...

Faculty Member Recognized for Supporting Haitian Children

Faculty Member Recognized for Supporting Haitian Children

A Barry University faculty member known for the educational support she has provided to underserved Haitian children is a recipient of an award that honors South Florida educators who integrate service-learning into the curriculum. Dr. Pamela Hall, an associate professor of psychology, received the Spirit of Service-Learning Award from Returned...

Andy Gato Gallery 10th Anniversary Faculty and Staff Exhibition

Andy Gato Gallery 10th Anniversary Faculty and Staff Exhibition

Department of Fine Arts presents the Andy Gato Gallery 10th Anniversary Faculty and Staff Exhibition. Show Dates: September 21 – December 1, 2018Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 26, 2018 12:00 – 2:00 pm Andy Gato GalleryBarry University11300 NE 2nd AvenueMiami Shores, FL 33161 Exhibiting: Nicky Beltran Duane Brant RemiJin...

Alumni Spotlight: Alexander Linares ’16

Alumni Spotlight: Alexander Linares ’16

What degree did you earn? Bachelor of Science in Marine Biology, minor in Diving Education What have you been doing since graduating from Barry? I was invited back to Woods Hole, Mass., to pursue a scientific diving internship in May of 2017 at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) under the mentorship of dive safety officer, Ed O'Brien....

Barry’s Nicole Schtupak-Zernitsky named Outstanding Physician Assistant

Barry’s Nicole Schtupak-Zernitsky named Outstanding Physician Assistant

The PAper has recognized Barry University's Nicole Schtupak-Zernitsky, a 2012 Biology graduate from Barry's College of Arts and Sciences, as its outstanding physician assistant (PA) for the spring edition. Schtupak-Zernitsky, an adjunct professor in Barry University's Physician Assistant Program, works full time at Cleveland Clinic Florida in the...

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