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Barry undergraduate students author book based on lab and research experiences

Barry undergraduate students author book based on lab and research experiences

What's a good way to reflect upon memorable experiences? Write about them. That's exactly what a group of 15 undergraduate students from Barry's College of Arts and Sciences recently did as it pertained to their research and hands-on experience in a cell biology lab course. The students — biology and chemistry majors — took the time to each write...

Students, faculty and staff volunteer in the community for MLK Day of Service

Students, faculty and staff volunteer in the community for MLK Day of Service

More than 120 volunteers took part in Barry-organized community service projects in Miami-Dade County on Jan. 14. The projects were designed to support local communities affected by institutionalized discrimination. It was Barry's observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. The day's theme was, “The Time is Always Right to Do...

Barry FairShare Project Providing Locally Sourced Organic Produce Directly to Campus

Barry FairShare Project Providing Locally Sourced Organic Produce Directly to Campus

Barry faculty, staff, and students are invited to participate in Barry FairShare, a community-supported agriculture distribution project. The Center for Community Service Initiatives has developed the project in partnership with Urban GreenWorks, a local environmental and food access organization based in Liberty City. Participants may purchase a...

Dr. Brenda Schoffstall receives 2016 Linkage Fellows Award

Dr. Brenda Schoffstall receives 2016 Linkage Fellows Award

Dr. Brenda Schoffstall, associate professor of biology in the College of Arts and Sciences, has received a 2016 Linkage Fellows Award from the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) Minorities Affairs Committee (MAC). The award acknowledges Schoffstall's commitment to diversifying the biomedical scientific workforce. Through the Linkage Fellows...

Registration for MLK Day of Service 2017 is now open!

Registration for MLK Day of Service 2017 is now open!

“The time is always right to do what is right” is the theme of Barry University's Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, scheduled for January 14, the Saturday that precedes the King Holiday in 2017. Participants will honor the civil rights leader's legacy and learn about contemporary social issues through collaborative service....

Community Engagement Symposium: Call for Proposals

Community Engagement Symposium: Call for Proposals

The Center for Community Service Initiatives (CCSI) invites faculty, staff, students, and community partners to submit proposals for Barry University's 4th annual Community Engagement Symposium. The Symposium will bring together campus and community stakeholders to network and explore community engagement projects and perspectives and, in...

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....

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...

Recruitment and Admissions Open House

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