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Resident Assistant Selection Process Spring 2021

Resident Assistant Selection Process Spring 2021

Housing and Residence Life will be offering several Informational Sessions for students interested in becoming a Resident Assistant in Spring 2022. All informational sessions will be virtual and via Microsoft Teams, follow the link or scan QR code for more details. All interested candidates MUST attend an informational session in order to apply to...

Dr. Helen Connell Film Essay Award Is Open for Submissions Until March 1.

Dr. Helen Connell Film Essay Award Is Open for Submissions Until March 1.

Sponsored by the Department of English and Foreign Languages and Sigma Tau Delta, the Dr. Helen Connell Film Essay Award is taking essay submissions until March 1, 2021. The award was created to promote film as an art form and in honor of Dr. Helen Connell, an Associate Professor in the Department of English and Foreign Languages who served for...

Barry University Theatre Program Presents Illuminate
Spring Break COVID-19 Protocols

Spring Break COVID-19 Protocols

Ahead of a well-deserved break next week, we want to reiterate protocols for returning to campuses and locations after traveling or attending gatherings locally with individuals outside of your “quarantine bubble.” It is important to note that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) currently advises against non-essential...

Podiatry Students Alexandra Heidtmann Nobre and Lahari Madulapally Publish Yucatan Project Case Studies

Podiatry Students Alexandra Heidtmann Nobre and Lahari Madulapally Publish Yucatan Project Case Studies

With just months to go until their graduation date, fourth-year Podiatry students Alexandra Heidtmann Nobre and Lahari Madulapally have published their research in the Foot & Ankle Online Journal, the official publication for the International Foot & Ankle Foundation for Research and Education. The articles — “Congenital amniotic...

Community Engagement News

Community Engagement News

February 22, 2021 IN THIS ISSUEWomen’s Resilience Touted at ‘Race Matters’ Forum Focused on Long-Standing Gender-Based Violence Human Resource Development Practicum Designated as Service-Learning CourseCommunity Engagement Awards: A Look Back at the List of Last Year’s WinnersService-Learning Faculty Fellowships Available for 2021–2022 Academic...

Philanthropic Impact Report
The Arthur Lee McDuffie Center for Racial Justice Comes to Barry University with “The Rosewood Story” VIP Launch Event

The Arthur Lee McDuffie Center for Racial Justice Comes to Barry University with “The Rosewood Story” VIP Launch Event

(MIAMI, FL) The Rosewood Massacre of 1923 in Levy County, Florida is a painful and often overlooked stain on American history, sadly representative of the Black experience in the early 20th century. This Black History Month, renowned Florida historian Dr. Marvin Dunn is bringing the nearly century-old story of violence and bloodshed in the...

2020 Graduate Olubukola (Bukky) Durojaiye Earns Top Fellowship

2020 Graduate Olubukola (Bukky) Durojaiye Earns Top Fellowship

Growing up in Nigeria, Olubukola Durojaiye — Bukky to her friends and colleagues — dreamed of embarking on a career that merged her two greatest passions. “I had always loved the healthcare space as well as technology,” she says. It is fitting, then, that the 2020 Barry University graduate recently earned a prestigious fellowship that...

Barry professor published in leading medical journal

Barry professor published in leading medical journal

Barry professor Robert J. Snyder, DPM, Interim Dean, joined two other members of the editorial board of the Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association to write a rare editorial addressing negative effects of the pandemic on diabetics. The editorial accompanied an article regarding the increase of amputations during the pandemic. Dr....

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