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Barry alumna’s work showcased in Queens City Writers journal

Contact:Jeff LaLiberte305-899-4877 Miami, Fla. – Barry University alumna Susan Dorta, B.S. '14, recently had her work showcased by Queen City Writers, a journal by the University of Cincinnati which publishes the work of undergraduate students. Dorta's piece highlights the influence of Greek mythology on the culture and content of comic...  read more

School of Social Work awarded $21,600 by Miami-Dade County in support of the Neighborhood Technical Assistance Grant

The Barry University School of Social Work, in partnership with Miami-Dade County, is pleased to offer Field Education placement opportunities under the Neighborhood Technical Assistance (NTA) Grant. The NTA Grant offers a stipend in the amount of $2,000.00 for two semesters to 12 MSW Students at the Miami Shores campus who are interested in...  read more

Laura Finley named Domestic Violence Volunteer of the Year

Barry University associate professor of sociology and criminology Laura Finley, PhD, was recently named the Domestic Violence Volunteer of the Year by the Broward County Domestic Violence Council and the Broward County Victims' Rights Council. Finley received the award at the Broward County Domestic Violence Council's 22nd Annual Domestic Violence...  read more

Former professor Linda Lentin uses compassion to change lives

By: D'Joumbarey Moreau In life there are people who can instantly brighten up a sunny day and make someone feel amazing. These people make the world a better place simply because of their positive personality. Spend five minutes with Linda Lentin and you will walk away feeling remarkable. Most people who have had a conversation with Lentin feel...  read more

Alumni Shaquille O’Neal, EdD, guest lectures in ADSOE doctoral class

Barry University alumnus Shaquille O'Neal, EdD '12, recently appeared as a guest lecturer in ADSOE's organizational learning and leadership master's level course, HRD 653:Career Development and Life Work Planning. O'Neal discussed his time at Barry and how he balanced his busy schedule while completing his degree. O'Neal spent the majority of the...  read more

Nursing students awarded $340,000 grant for education training at Barry

Miami Shores, Fla. – Barry University's College of Nursing and Health Sciences received a $340,340 grant. The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) awarded the Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship (AENT) Program for this year. The grant money will be used to support programs (MSN and Post-BSN to DNP) for those students...  read more

Trial Team Defeats Harvard, Georgetown to Win National Championship

Barry University School of Law's Trial Team won first place at the Puerto Rico Trial Advocacy Competition (PRTAC), held October 30 - November 1 at the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico School of Law in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Student advocates Amanda Dunn, Luis Herrera, James Smeriglio III, and Christina Figueroa represented Barry Law in the...  read more

Trial Team Defeats Harvard, Georgetown to Win National Championship

Contact:Paul Lefton305-899-5722 ORLANDO, Fla.-- Barry University School of Law's Trial Team won first place at the Puerto Rico Trial Advocacy Competition (PRTAC), held October 30 - November 1 at the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico School of Law in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Student advocates Amanda Dunn, Luis Herrera, James Smeriglio III, and...  read more

Dr. Graham Shaw appointed new Chair of Basic Medical Sciences

Graham Shaw, PhD, was named the new Chair of Basic Medical Sciences for the School of Podiatric Medicine. He began his new role in the summer of 2014. A professor of Biochemistry, Dr. Shaw has been teaching at Barry University since 2002. Dr. Shaw graduated from Bristol Polytechnic, U.K., obtaining a first-class honours degree in Applied...  read more

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

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

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