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Black Psychology

Black Psychology

The student group Leaders and Advocates in Black Psychology (LABPsi) was formed after many black graduate students in the MS Clinical Psychology Program expressed a desire to learn more about black cultural and spiritual practices that could inform their work as mental health professionals. It now includes undergraduate students. The purpose of...

Barry student leader Jasmine McKee to attend national conference on how to tackle social and environmental problems

Barry student leader Jasmine McKee to attend national conference on how to tackle social and environmental problems

Barry student leader Jasmine McKee will attend a national conference later this month, when students, recent graduates, and established professionals will connect and share ideas about how to tackle complex social and environmental problems. The Net Impact Conference, or NI18, will be held on October 25–27 in Phoenix, Arizona. Organized...

Congratulations to the 2018 CHRSJ Student Advocate Awardees

Congratulations to the 2018 CHRSJ Student Advocate Awardees

On behalf of the School of Social Work and The Center for Human Rights & Social Justice (CHRSJ), we are delighted to congratulate Paola Montenegro and Paris Razor for receiving the Student Advocate Award. Their passion and commitment to activism, focused on a range of critical social justice issues, serve as an inspiration to students across...

Faculty Member Recognized for Supporting Haitian Children

Faculty Member Recognized for Supporting Haitian Children

A Barry University faculty member known for the educational support she has provided to underserved Haitian children is a recipient of an award that honors South Florida educators who integrate service-learning into the curriculum. Dr. Pamela Hall, an associate professor of psychology, received the Spirit of Service-Learning Award from Returned...

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Barry Law Open House / Admitted Students Day on October 26

Barry Law Open House / Admitted Students Day on October 26

Barry University School of Law Open House / Admitted Students Day: October 26, 2018 Interested in getting a taste of law school? You'll get first-hand experience at our Barry Law Open House by participating in a mock class and taking the opportunity to chat with current students, faculty, Deans and alumni. Admitted Students can also get the...

School of Podiatric Medicine Acquires Revolutionary Scanning Technology

School of Podiatric Medicine Acquires Revolutionary Scanning Technology

Barry University's School of Podiatric Medicine is excited to announce that it is the first medical school in the southeastern U.S. and only the second podiatric medical school in the country to acquire the PedCAT machine. This revolutionary technology provides 3D, weight-bearing CT scans of the foot and ankle, which gives our podiatric physicians...

New Trauma Informed Human Trafficking Certificate

New Trauma Informed Human Trafficking Certificate

Human trafficking is modern day slavery, a human rights injustice that subjugates 4.5 million individuals who are trafficked worldwide in the sex industry, 98 percent of them are women and girls. Although research and literature magnifies the plight and voices of women and girls, the voices and experiences of men and boys are often not documented,...

Class of 2020 hosts 14th annual Residency Fair

Class of 2020 hosts 14th annual Residency Fair

Barry University's School of Podiatric Medicine hosted its 14th annual Residency Fair on Aug. 25. The fair, hosted by third-year students (class of 2020), provides an opportunity for residency programs across the country to present information about their respective programs to our junior students who will be choosing clerkship locations in fall...

The Succah is going up

The Succah is going up

The joyous holiday of Succot is celebrated by dwelling in the Succah and the taking of the Four Kinds of vegetation, the Lulav and Etrog. By exposing ourselves to the elements in a greenery-covered hut called a succah, the holiday commemorates G-d sheltering our ancestors as they traveled from Egypt to the Land of Israel. The Four Kinds expresses...

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