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Congratulations to the 2017 Ethics Bowl team!

Congratulations to the 2017 Ethics Bowl team!

The Barry University's Ethics Bowl team participated in the Southeast Regional Ethics Bowl competition held at St. Petersburg College, Largo, FL on Saturday, November 4, 2017. The team tied Samford University and the Citadel in its first two matches but narrowly lost its last two matches to Georgia State University and Rollins College. This year's...

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...

Research paper by two Barry students to be included in the Journal of Systemics

Research paper by two Barry students to be included in the Journal of Systemics

Barry University students Julian Da Silva and Roland Schiller, both from the College of Arts and Sciences, will have their research paper published in the Journal of Systemics. Their paper, titled “Unmanned Aerial Vehicle-Based Automobile License Plate Recognition System for Institutional Parking Lots,” was among the best presented at...

Two great events. One BIG day.

Two great events. One BIG day.

Saturday, October 14, 2017 | Miami Graduate & Undergraduate Healthcare Programs OPEN HOUSE9AM - 12PM Graduate Programs OPEN HOUSE2PM - 5PM

Six Barry faculty members honored as Top Black Educator for 2017

Six Barry faculty members honored as Top Black Educator for 2017

Six Barry University faculty members have been named a Top Black Educator in 2017 by Legacy Magazine. Barry's honorees join a list of other black educators in Miami-Dade County who are paving the way for students as they enrich their education. The award honors those educators “who play an integral role in shaping the lives of our young...

Barry students and faculty attend March for Science in Washington, D.C.

Barry students and faculty attend March for Science in Washington, D.C.

Eight students and six faculty members traveled to Washington, D.C., where they joined thousands from across the country for the March for Science on Earth Day. Other students and faculty attended local satellite marches in Miami and Fort Lauderdale. The goal of the March was to “unite as a diverse, nonpartisan group to call for science that...

Faculty, students present research at American Chemical Society National Meeting

Faculty, students present research at American Chemical Society National Meeting

Chemistry faculty and students from the Department of Physical Sciences presented research April 2-6 at the 253rd American Chemical Society National Meeting and Exposition in San Francisco, Calif. Faculty and students (underlined) made their research presentations via posters. Topics and presenters included the following: Aurora Burkus-Matesevac...

Three Students Receive Award for Creating Community Impact

Three Students Receive Award for Creating Community Impact

Naif Alkhathran, Jasmine McKee, and Paola Montenegro received the 2017 Community Impact Award recently. Dr. Scott Smith, vice president for student affairs, presented a plaque to each winner in recognition of exemplary community engagement primarily through direct service and advocacy. As a Barry Service Corps Fellow, Alkhathran worked closely...

Research on Cuban music from Spanish faculty stirs interest in the media

Research on Cuban music from Spanish faculty stirs interest in the media

Recently, a research project led by Dr. Beatriz Calvo-Peña, assistant professor of Spanish, has stirred great interest in both national and international media. Calvo-Peña's extensive research project titled “Female Guaracha singers in Cuba and Their Recordings Held at the Díaz-Ayala Cuban and Latin American Popular...

Professor Tiffani Knowles publishes book about immigrants’ contributions to America

Professor Tiffani Knowles publishes book about immigrants’ contributions to America

Ten immigrants and 10 real-life stories that chronicle their journey from undocumented immigrants to successful and contributing members of society. That's the premise of a new book titled “¡HOLA AMERICA!: Guts, Grit, Grind and Further Traits in the Successful American Immigrant,” which was written by Tiffani Knowles, an adjunct...

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