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Women's Tennis' Goia Named Academic All-American

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. -- Barry University women's tennis player Karina Goia was named a Third-Team Academic All-American as presented by Capital One and the College Sports Information Directors of America. Goia, an Arad, Romania, native, who completed her sophomore season with 16-1 singles and 23-4 doubles records, had a 3.9 in international...  read more

Mary Colvin appointed Director of Undergraduate Nursing

Mary Colvin, PhD, associate professor of nursing, was recently appointed as the director of the undergraduate nursing for Barry University's College of Health Sciences. Colvin began serving in this capacity effective May 5 and replaced Karen Miles,EdD, who left the position to assume the role of outcomes assessment coordinator for the College of...  read more

A Million-Dollar Legacy

As a retired elementary school teacher, Helen A. Mendel '64, MS '69 understands the importance of education. That's why, on the occasion of her 50-year reunion and induction into the Golden Shield Society this spring, Mendel made plans to bequeath more than $810,600 to benefit Barry University. Her planned gifts to the university now total more...  read more

School of Social Work adjunct professor gives TEDx Talk

Barry University adjunct professor of social work Janet Courtney spoke at a Tedx event in Delray Beach in June 2013. The event's theme was “The Human Experience” and featured seven exhibitors. Courtney's lecture, titled “The Curative Touch of a Magic Rainbow Hug,” centered on techniques used to assist therapists bring...  read more

Jameson Mercier on Hot 105FM

Barry University School of Social Work Professor Jameson Mercier, LCSW, recently appeared on Hot 105 FM. Mercier joined a panel discussion on domestic violence during the Rick Party Show.According to recent statistics, one in three women between the ages of 18 and 25 will be involved in an abusive relationship. Jameson advised listeners of the...  read more

Men's Golf's Svensson Named DII Nicklaus Award Winner

DUBLIN, Ohio -- Barry University sophomore men's golfer Adam Svensson was named the NCAA Division II Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year Award winner, given to the country's top player in each division Sunday. Svensson, who hails from Surrey Vancouver, British Columbia, was the No. 1-ranked player in Division II after winning a school-record...  read more

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