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Miami Dolphins partnership brings football to BarryU

Contact:Jeff LaLiberte305-899-4877 MIAMI, Fla. -- Are you ready for some football? Barry University finally has a team. UM has the Hurricanes and FIU has the Panthers and now Barry has the Dolphins. Thanks to new collaboration between the two organizations, Barry University is proud to call the Miami Dolphins their football team. The new alliance...  read more

Miami Dolphins partnership brings football to BarryU

Are you ready for some football? Barry University finally has a team. UM has the Hurricanes and FIU has the Panthers and now Barry has the Dolphins. Thanks to new collaboration between the two organizations, Barry University is proud to call the Miami Dolphins their football team. The new alliance makes BarryU a Proud Partner of the Dolphins and...  read more

Anesthesiology students receive Health Resources and Services Administration grant

Miami Shores, Fla. – Barry University's College of Nursing and Health Sciences was awarded a $63,803 grant for the Nurse Anesthetist Traineeship program from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). Under the direction of Dr. Debra Molina, the HRSA granted students in the Anesthesiology program funds that go directly to...  read more

ADSOE faculty and students research Florida’s Holocaust education and citizenship values

Faculty and students from the Adrian Dominican School of Education recently undertook a unique research experiment aimed at understanding how Holocaust education in Florida may be related to the development of citizenship values in public school students. The research is being headed by associate professor of education Gerene Starratt, PhD, and...  read more

Nursing students receive more than $1 million for Nurse Faculty Loan Program at Barry University

Miami Shores, Fla. – Barry University's College of Nursing and Health Sciences was awarded $1,205,091 for graduate nursing students from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The purpose of the loan program is to increase the number of qualified nursing faculty and help...  read more

Barry University alumna becomes a genuine blessing for others

Sonja Montas-Hunter was always an excellent student. She excelled throughout her middle and high school career, so it came as no surprise that naturally she would excel in college. A longtime resident of Brooklyn, N.Y., Montas-Hunter looked at her environment and realized she needed a change. So, she took a courageous leap of faith and moved to...  read more

School of Social Work welcomes two faculty members

The Ellen Whiteside McDonnell School of Social Work recently welcomed a pair of new faculty members to Barry. Assistant professor Terrell Brown, PhD, and associate professor Jill Levenson, PhD, began their professorial duties at Barry in fall 2014. Brown joins Barry after most recently serving as gerontological social worker for the Prince...  read more

International Business alumna interns as marketing assistant for USDA in Pretoria, South Africa

During her senior year at Barry University, Nicole Ogando was assigned to interview a person whose career was of interest to her as part of her Career Readiness course. The assignment, designed to provide insight into a particular career field, not only helped Ogando decide on a career path – it gave her the chance to experience it. Ogando,...  read more

Follow Barry University on Social Media

Connect with us – and more importantly with each other – by using Barry University's official social media channels. We're interested in having you join the conversation and communicate with others in the Barry Community. Like us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/BarryUniversity) Follow us on Twitter (@BarryUniversity) Follow us on...  read more

Women's Tennis: Maehama Receives NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – Former Barry University women's tennis player Akemi Maehama was awarded an NCAA postgraduate scholarship for the 2014-15 academic year. She received a $7,500 award. “I cannot think of a better way to thank everyone who helped me through my college years, my coaches, staff, faculty, friends, family,” Maehama...  read more

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