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Welcome to the Department of Psychology

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The Kolasa Scholarship

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School of Social Work hosts first-ever Pride Week

From Oct 19-24, the Barry University School of Social Work hosted Barry's first-ever Pride Week in support of the LGBTQ community. The goals of the week were to create awareness about LGBTQ Issues and demonstrate an atmosphere of inclusivity towards the LGBTQ Community in alignment with Barry's Core Commitments. “LGBTQ PRIDE week aims to...  read more

Neighborhood Technical Assistance Grant Student Internships Available

The purpose of the Neighborhood Technical Assistance (NTA) Grant Student Internship is to provide critical social work services to vulnerable individuals, families and communities linked to the Miami Children's Initiative and Charles R. Drew Elementary School. Selected full-time students will be assigned to the internship site for SW 675 and SW...  read more

Barry faculty, students participate in IBM COMMON Conference

Faculty and students from the Barry University Department of Math and Computer Sciences recently joined students and academics from around the country at the COMMON Annual Meeting and Exposition held at the Westin Beach Resort in Fort Lauderdale. Sponsored by IBM, COMMON is a partnership between IBM, the computer industry, and academia. The...  read more

MSW Priority Admissions Deadline is Feb 1st

The School of Social Work is now offering a priority admissions deadline period, which will mark phase 1 of our admissions process. Students seeking an early admissions decision must submit their complete electronic application prior to February 1. Students that apply during the priority admissions period will receive an admissions decision no...  read more

PACE community supports Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Coalition

Students, alumni, faculty, and staff from Barry University's School of Professional and Career Education (PACE) recently attended the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Justice and Equality Coalition celebration. The guest speaker was civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump. Crump's cases have been at the head of minority rights and questionable police...  read more

2016 Comprehensive Board Review Course

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School of Education and Phi Delta Kappa screen “Every Child Counts”

On October 24, 2015, the Adrian Dominican School of Education (ADSOE) and Phi Delta Kappa hosted a film screening of “Every Child Counts” to celebrate Disabilities Awareness Month. The documentary captures Lyn Major's journey to establish a school for children with exceptionalities in Abaco, The Bahamas. At the time of production, no...  read more

A Message from Student Health Services

The Student Insurance representatives from United Health Care Student Resources will available to speak to students regarding enrolling in the insurance, claims issues and post-graduation access to health insurance. The student insurance plan is a benefit to all undergraduates, including PACE, taking 9 or more credits per semester and all...  read more

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