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Barry Rowing Bound for a Grand Finish

INDIANAPOLIS -- Barry University rowing team's Varsity 8 won the NCAA Division II Championships Repechage Saturday in a photo finish. The No. 4-ranked Buccaneers trailed No. 3 Western Washington through nearly the entire 2,000-meter race before making a significant push over the final 500 meters on the Eagle Creek Reservoir course to win by less...  read more

Rowing's 8+ 2nd in NCAA Championships Heat Race

INDIANAPOLIS – Barry University rowing team's Varsity 8 finished second in its heat race at the NCAA Division II Championships Friday at Eagle Creek Park. The Buccaneers crew of coxswain Angela Dasch, stroke Kristina Boncheva, Beth Desmond, Paola Girotto, Jelena Momirov, Luna Ugrenovic, Anais Foppoli, Mandy Carper and bow Ellie Hartman...  read more

Barry University co-sponsors AIAEE Conference

From April 27 through May 1, Barry University took part in the Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education's (AIAEE) annual conference held in Miami. Established in 1984, the AIAEE is a professional organization for agricultural and extension educators who share a common goal of strengthening agricultural and extension...  read more

Barry student accepted to Dominican Volunteers service organization

She's still 21 with a freshly minted degree in psychology, but Cory Stein is already racking up some “firsts.” Stein is the first student from Barry University to be accepted to join Dominican Volunteers, a mission program that works with the poor and marginalized around the U.S. She is the first Jewish student ever to work with the...  read more

Help Support Flood Victims in the Balkans

Dear Members of the Barry Community: The worst floods in more than a century have submerged large parts of both Serbia and Bosnia following unprecedented levels of rainfall. More than 1 million people have been affected. Dozens of people have lost their lives and hundreds of thousands have been forced from their homes. T  read more

Women's Tennis No. 1 in Final ITA Poll

SKILLMAN, N.J. -- Barry University women's tennis team finished the season with the No. 1 ranking in the final Intercollegiate Tennis Association poll. The Buccaneers went 28-1 to win the NCAA Division II National Championship. Sophomore Emma Onila finished the year with the No. 5 singles ranking in the country. She went 11-4, which included an...  read more

Men's Tennis No. 3 in Final ITA Rankings

SKILLMAN, N.J. -- Barry University men's tennis team finished No. 3 in the final Intercollegiate Tennis Association rankings. The Buccaneers went 25-3 this season, advancing to the NCAA Division II semifinals. Freshman Ahmed Triki was ranked No. 3 in the final singles rankings. Triki went 13-3, all at the No. 1 flight, to earn All-American honors....  read more

Theology Professor Gloria L. Schaab Publishes New Book on the Theology of God as Trinity

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Barry alumna Diane Amado-Tate named Chief Nursing Officer at Doctors Hospital

Diane Amado-Tate, class of 2004 alumna of Barry University's Graduate Health Management Programs in the College of Health Sciences was named Chief Nursing Officer at Doctors Hospital. Amado-Tate, who has 22 years of experience in the nursing field, worked as an assistant vice president of nursing at South Miami Hospital before being promoted. In...  read more

Collaborative Practice Basic Training at Barry Law

Barry University School of Law will host a two-day Collaborative Law Continuing Education program, “Basic Training in the Interdisciplinary Team Model Of Collaborative Practice,” August 15-16, 2014. This basic training program is appropriate for lawyers, mental health professionals, financial professionals, and students interested in...  read more

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