Barry News

Displaying 181 - 190 of 422

School of Podiatric Medicine awards class of 2014 graduates

Brian Carbonell, Raymond Delpak, and Alyssa Toth won the President's Award for having the highest grade point average; 4.0. Each graduate received $1,250. This award is sponsored by Memorial Healthcare System and Bako Integrated Physician Solutions.Kyle Willson won the Dean's Award for dedicated service to Barry University's School of Podiatric...  read more

Men's Golf: Svensson to Compete in Nova Scotia Open

HALIFAX, Canada -- Barry University sophomore men's golfer Adam Svensson received an amateur's exemption to compete in the Tour's Nova Scotia Open July 3-6. Svensson will compete in his second professional event in as many summers on an exemption. Last summer he played in the PGA Tour's RBC Canadian Open on a sponsor's exemption. The Nova...  read more

Anesthesiology Students Assist with Blood Drive & Health Screening

Last month, students from the Barry University's Master of Science in Anesthesiology program assisted in providing health screenings for the St. Margaret Mary's Blood Drive and Blood Pressure Screening in Winter Park, Florida. The students provided screenings that consisted of blood pressures, review of medications, and lifestyle modifications....  read more

Rayburn and Planas-Arteaga Picked In MLB's First-Year Player Draft

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—A pair of Barry Buccaneers and one signee were tabbed in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft on Saturday. Senior Calvin Rayburn, a 6-5 right-hander pitcher, was selected with the 472 pick (16th round) by the Philadelphia Philles. Rayburn helped lead the Bucs to a 29-19 record this season, going 4-2 from the mound...  read more

ADSOE student earns prestigious William T. Dwyer Award for Excellence

Contact:Jeff LaLiberte305-899-4877 MIAMI, Fla. -- Barry University Adrian Dominican School of Education student Kendra Huff was recently named a winner of the prestigious William T. Dwyer Award for Excellence in Education at an awards ceremony on April 22 in West Palm Beach. The William T. Dwyer Awards for Excellence in Education was established...  read more

Barry University named institutional sponsor at National Symposium on Catholic Hispanic Ministry

Contact:Jeff LaLiberte305-899-4877 MIAMI, Fla. -- Barry University was recently named among six Catholic universities in the country to serve as an institutional sponsor at the National Symposium on Catholic Hispanic Ministry in Los Angeles from June 23 – 25, 2014. The National Symposium on Catholic Hispanic Ministry promotes dialogue,...  read more

Barry alumna Helen A. Mendel to bequeath 1 million to Barry University

Contact:Jeff LaLiberte305-899-4877 MIAMI, Fla. -- 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....  read more

S.T.E.M Symposium creates research opportunities for Barry undergraduates

On Wednesday, April 6, 2014, Barry University held its 6th annual S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Research Symposium. Hosted by the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Professional and Career Studies, the research symposium presented the studies of more than 50 Barry faculty and students. During the event,...  read more

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

Displaying 181 - 190 of 422

Oh oh ....

We are sorry but it appears that JavaScript is disabled on your browser.
Our site is very interactive and it requires JavaScript to be enabled.
Click on the link below for instructions on how to enable JavaScript on your browser.

Enable JavaScript on your browser