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Class of 2016 students in the School of Podiatric Medicine celebrate Rite of Passage

Barry University's School of Podiatric Medicine celebrated its annual Rite of Passage ceremony for the Class of 2016. An important milestone in the lives of these 53 students, the ceremony marks the completion of their classroom studies and the beginning of their clinical rotations. These deserving students have earned the right to receive their...  read more

Take a Seat at the Broad Auditorium

Barry University alumni, leave your mark at Barry and help refurbish the seats in the Broad Auditorium during Take a Seat. Date: Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014 Time: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Location: Broad Auditorium It's time to refurbish the seats in Broad Auditorium and Barry alumni are being presented with the unique opportunity to place a lasting...  read more

Svensson to Play in Sun Bowl All-America Classic

Barry University junior men's golfer Adam Svensson will play in the Sun Bowl Western Refining All-America Golf Classic in El Paso Saturday and Sunday. Svensson is the NCAA Division II's lone representative competing in the 21-player invitation-only elite field at the par-71, 6,781-yard El Paso Country Club course. This year marks the 40th...  read more

Prof. David M. Kopp publishes new book on human resource training and development

David M. Kopp, PhD, Associate Dean of the Adrian Dominican School of Education, recently published a new textbook titled “Human Resource Development: Performance through Learning” which explores consensus and debate in the fields of training and development. Published on November 1, Kopp's new book views training from a human resources...  read more

Saunders, Men's Hoops Revisit Florida for Exhibition

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – Ryan Saunders remembers it well. Only thing is he's still trying to figure out how he was penalized for getting punished. As a senior in 2006-07, Saunders under then-coach Cesar Odio, met defending NCAA champion Florida in an exhibition game in Gainesville. What Barry University's current assistant coach would like to...  read more

Women's Soccer Hangs In At #2 In National Poll

KANSAS CITY, Kan.—As the Barry Buccaneers prepare to host the Sunshine State Conference Women's Soccer Tournament this weekend, their good season continued to get rave reviews as they stand for the third week in a row at number two on the NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division II Women's Soccer National Poll. The Bucs (11-1-2, 7-0-1 SSC) trail only...  read more

New prospects on the horizons for Barry Montessori program

Barry's Montessori MS and EdS programs have long been a staple of the Adrian Dominican School of Education's (ADSOE) program offerings. Since naming a new director in July 2014, the program has continued its drive to excellence. Alan S. Koesten, ADSOE's director of Montessori programs, assumed his new role on July 1. Koesten brings more than 20...  read more

Former Buccaneer Softball Star Comes Home

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—Former Buccaneer All-American Amber Jack has come home to Barry University as the assistant softball coach, director of athletics Michael L. Covone announced on Tuesday. Jack was a four-year starter as a pitcher at Barry and also saw some time at first base. She garnered All-American honors during both her junior and senior...  read more

Nkomo and Picascio Sweep Weekly Conference Honors

MELBOURNE, Fla. – Sunshine State Conference champs, Barry University, swept the league's women's soccer Players of the Week awards as Lavinia Nkomo and Aly Picascio were named Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week respectively. Nkomo & Picascio were selected SSC Players of the Week from a pool of nominees for their performances...  read more

A Message from Health Services: Flu Virus on Campus

Dear Barry community members, We have confirmed cases with students having the flu on campus. This virus can spread and cause serious illness. Please do your part in stopping the spread of the flu. Get your flu shot today from the Student Health Center. Seasonal Flu With all the talk of deadly diseases, we tend to forget that influenza viruses are...  read more

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