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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

Barry Chemistry Club receives Outstanding Chapter Award from the American Chemistry Society

Contact:Jeff LaLiberte305-899-4877 MIAMI, Fla,--The Barry University Chemistry Club is one of 44 organizations in the country to be awarded the Outstanding Chapter Award by the American Chemistry Society (ACS) for the 2013-14 school year. Each year, the ACS's Society Committee on Education (SOCED) selects student chapters to receive special...  read more

Sean Foreman receives Graham-Frey Civic Award from Florida Campus Compact

Contact:Jeff LaLiberte305-899-4877 MIAMI, Fla.-- Barry University associate professor of political science Sean Foreman, PhD, was recently has given the Graham-Frey Civic Award for 2014 from Florida Campus Compact at a ceremony. Foreman accepted the award from Dr. Edward Meadows, president of Pensacola State College, at the Florida Campus Compact...  read more

Sigma Tau Delta accepting submissions for What Oft Was Thought literary journal

The Barry chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, The International English Honor Society, is now accepting submissions for What Oft Was Thought, a literary journal. Submissions are being accepted in the following categories: Photography Poetry Short Fiction Hint Fiction Personal Essays Critical Essays Graphic Novels Submission Instructions: E-mail...  read more

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

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

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