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Two RISE students awarded for poster presentations at Annual Biomedical Research Conference

Two RISE students awarded for poster presentations at Annual Biomedical Research Conference

Two RISE students, Kamren Livingston and Pedro Sanchez who are both Biology majors, received awards for their poster presentations at the national Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS), which took place Nov. 9-12 in Tampa, Fla. Gabriela Lin, a biology major, also received a conference-sponsored travel award to...

Math and Computer Science Department introduces new Computer Simulation Lab

Math and Computer Science Department introduces new Computer Simulation Lab

The Math and Computer Science Department is pleased to announce the inaugural semester of its new Computer Simulation Lab. This multi-purpose, state-of-the-art lab allows students to implement applied projects in Computer Security, Operating Systems, Multimedia and Network technology using server based Virtual Machine (VM) Technology....

Support Haiti in the Wake of Hurricane Matthew

Support Haiti in the Wake of Hurricane Matthew

Why help Haiti? The death toll in the southwest of Haiti has climbed past 1000 people since the storm hit last week. Crops and livestock have been wiped away. Rates of cholera have already increased in areas where flooding occurred, and there is additional concern that cholera will continue to spread throughout the country. Hurricane Matthew's...

Writing Across Cultures series launches its first literary event with author Vanessa Garcia

Writing Across Cultures series launches its first literary event with author Vanessa Garcia

The Department of English and Foreign Languages recently hosted Writing Across Cultures, a special literary event with Cuban-American writer Vanessa Garcia. The event centered on Garcia's novel “White Light”and multiculturalism in writing. The novel was listed on NPR's best books of 2015, and Garcia was named among the Top Ten...

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Barry student leaders attend Millennium Campus Conference in Washington, DC

Barry student leaders attend Millennium Campus Conference in Washington, DC

Barry University student leaders Paola Montenegro and Alberto Liriano participated in the 8th annual Millennium Campus Conference in Washington, D.C., recently. Organized by the Millennium Campus Network, the five-day international conference featured a forum, debates, plenary sessions, and a lobbying day. The conference, which was held at Howard...

Call for Honor Society Applications

Call for Honor Society Applications

Application to Alpha Chi, Delta Epsilon Sigma, Kappa Gamma Pi and Phi Eta Sigma Honor Societies are now being accepted. All applications must be received no later than 5 p.m. on Nov. 1, 2016. Who Should Apply? Barry undergraduate students with cumulative GPA of 3.5 and above, especially those actively involved in their majors and/or in the larger...

Department of Biology hosts Summer Science Research Project for local high school students

Department of Biology hosts Summer Science Research Project for local high school students

Since 1995, Barry University's Department of Biology has helped shape the minds of students – and possibly future scientists – through its Summer Science Research Program (SSRP), a comprehensive, four-week research program that immerses high school sophomores, juniors and seniors in life science research while exposing them to the...

Fine Arts creates behind-the-scenes video of the production of 'Our Town'

Fine Arts creates behind-the-scenes video of the production of 'Our Town'

In February, Barry University's Department of Fine Arts presented a production of “Our Town,” the classic play by Thornton Wilder. Directed by John Manzelli, associate professor of Theater and longtime director of the widely acclaimed "Summer Shorts" by City Theatre, “Our Town” tells the story of the small American town of...

Dr. Glenn Bowen elected to international association board

Dr. Glenn Bowen elected to international association board

Dr. Glenn Bowen, director of Barry University's Center for Community Service Initiatives (CCSI), has been elected to the board of directors of the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE). He will serve a three-year term beginning in September. IARSLCE has more than 900 members. The...

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