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NOAA Releases 2015 Atlantic Hurricane Predictions

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has released their predictions for the 2015 Atlantic Hurricane season. The NOAA's Climate Prediction Center says the 2015 Atlantic hurricane season will likely be below-normal, but that's no reason to believe coastal areas will have it easy. For the hurricane season, which officially runs...  read more

New Marine Biology Course Offerings

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The National Student Nurses' Association pass anti-bullying resolution submitted by two Barry University students

Two Barry University nursing students Kristan Best and Dominique Lissade in conjunction with Hunter Bellevue School of Nursing in New York submitted a resolution to the National Student Nurses' Association (NSNA) on the topic of implementing training for nursing students on bullying awareness and intervention strategies. The resolution states that...  read more

Christina De Luca, DNP student, Published

Congratulations to Barry University Doctor of Nursing Practice with a Specialization in Anesthesiology student Christina De Luca for having her manuscript titled, Laundering Methods for Reusable Surgical Scrubs: A Literature Review, accepted for publication by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists Journal. The purpose of her literature...  read more

Biomedical Sciences student teaches intellectually or developmentally disabled students learn healthy options for healthy living

For the past year, Barry University student Samantha Dorismond is teaching health education at the Special Olympics Florida Healthy Community. Dorismond, a Biomedical Sciences student, is fervently dedicated to the many individuals have co-occurring Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD). According to the Special Olympics, the IDD...  read more

Florida Nurses Association South Region Symposium awards College of Nursing and Health Sciences professors

Barry University professors from the College of Nursing and Health Sciences were recognized by the Florida Nurses Association South Region last month. Dr. Claudette Chin, assistant professor of Nursing was awarded the Nurse Educator Award and Dr. Maureen Shaw, assistant professor of nursing was awarded the Community Action Award. The Fifth Annual...  read more

Announcing the new 2015-16 Undergraduate Catalog

The 2015-16 Undergraduate Catalog is now available. Students and staff can use the catalog to search required courses for each academic program. The catalog is available for download here: http://www.barry.edu/registrar/catalog-archives.html For more information, contact the Office of the Registrar at registrar@barry.edu.  read more

HPLS Rescinds Drop-In Course procedural change

The School of Human Performance and Leisure Sciences heard the Barry community loud and clear. After consideration, we (HPLS) have decided to rescind the recently-announced procedural change involving wellness activity courses and continue to maintain free access to wellness drop-in classes for Barry University faculty and staff, effective...  read more

Barry alumna, Emmy winner, credits Communications faculty for launching career

By: Rebecca Wakefield Rebecca McCann, '99, always wanted to be a lawyer. So her goal for her undergraduate degree at Barry was simply to study something interesting while she bided her time for law school. “Randomly, I took broadcast journalism,” McCann remembers. “And I fell in love with it.” More than 15 years later,...  read more

Barry Professor chosen as a Sundance Fellow

On April 18, 2015, Barry University Professor of English Andrea Greenbaum, PhD, was among 11 Sundance Institute Intensive Fellows who attended a day-long screenwriting workshop led by longtime Sundance Institute Labs Creative Advisor Joan Tewkesbury. The first Sundance Institute program of its kind to come to Miami, the Sundance Institute,...  read more

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