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Biology Department hosts HIV researcher for its spring departmental seminar

Barry's Department of Biology recently hosted Dr. Upal Roy, assistant professor in the Department of Immunology at Florida International University's Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine. Roy's research is focused on developing targeted and effective therapies to combat HIV infection and progression. He spoke to students, faculty and staff about...  read more

The Fantastic Four: Great Minds Behind the Modern Superhero

This June, the Monsignor William Barry Memorial Library explores the works of some of the greatest contemporary comic book writers in the medium. "Fantastic 4: Brilliant Minds Behind the Modern Superhero" displays graphic novels by: Frank Miller, Alan Moore, Warren Ellis and Grant Morrison.  read more

Students, faculty and departments honored for Community Engagement

The Center for Community Service Initiatives (CCSI) recently hosted Barry's third annual Community Engagement Awards. Students, student organizations, faculty members and two departments were among those honored. Four community partners received awards as well. In all, 18 awards in six categories were presented at the event, which included the...  read more

A retreat bringing together mothers who have lost children or family members to senseless gun violence

Through the Trayvon Martin Foundation, Sybrina Fulton created the Circle of Mothers Restoration Weekend as a way to empower women and bring together mothers who have lost children or family members to senseless gun violence. Its purpose is to promote healing, empowerment and fellowship toward the larger aim of community building. This year's...  read more

Barry University alumna Tami Lynn Williams named Arts Teacher of the Year for Music

Barry University alumna Tami Lynn Williams, Bachelor of Music '03, was recently named by ArtsEd Forever! as its Arts Teacher of the Year for Music. Williams, a teacher at West Hollywood Elementary in Hollywood, Fla., teaches pre-K through 5th grade music and oversees the 3rd grade through 5th grade chorus group and 4th and 5th grade Bucket...  read more

Alumni Spotlight: Heidi Hernandez

Life after Barry University has been both busy and rewarding for Heidi Hernandez, '14. Since graduating with a dual master's in Public Health and Health Administration from the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, she's embarked on a journey that's given her the real world experience she was looking for. That experience was due, in part, to...  read more

Barry University appoints John D. Murray, PhD, as Provost

MIAMI (May 16, 2016) – John D. Murray, PhD, has been named Provost and Professor of Psychology at Barry University. His tenure as Provost begins July 1. Murray comes to Barry University from Indiana State University, where for the last six years he has been Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, the largest college at Indiana State. Prior...  read more

Students from College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ dual degree programs win second place at annual Student Case Competition.

Students of the Master of Science in Health Service Administration (MSHSA) and Master of Science in Health Service Administration and Public Health (MSHSA-MPH) dual degree programs represented Barry University April 9 in the annual South Florida Healthcare Executive Forum (SFHEF) Student Case Competition. The competition, sponsored by the American...  read more

Barry students present at LSSF Symposium; win third place in oral competition

For the third consecutive year, research students from Barry University presented at the Life Sciences South Florida (LSSF) STEM symposium. Nine Barry students presented two oral and eight poster presentations at the symposium on April 12. The event was an opportunity for students who do research for credit to present their research finding at a...  read more

Watch International Experts Discuss Limb Loss

On April 4, 2016 Barry University and Derma Sciences held a scientific program supporting National Limb Loss Awareness Month. The panel of international experts discussed total contact casting in wound management and Charcot reconstruction, offloading in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers, and how amputation prevention can save lives. Watch Now...  read more

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