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Catching up with Luca Mcleod

Catching up with Luca Mcleod

Barry University graduate Luca Mcleod has always been an outsider of sorts. He was born in Atlanta, Georgia; grew up in London, England; Barcelona, Spain; and Koblenz, Germany; and currently lives in Miami, Florida. He attended six different schools across four countries in 12 years. He's multiracial and multinational and has no simple answer to...

Chemistry Grads Shine in the Pharmaceutical Field

Chemistry Grads Shine in the Pharmaceutical Field

Finding your perfect job in the pharmaceutical field is all about chemistry — literally! Within the booming industry, Barry Chemistry graduates are making their mark by following their dream career paths at leading companies. These alums credit Barry's hands-on curriculum and direct faculty mentorship with preparing them to enter their chosen...

Celebrate some of our award-winning students with us!

Celebrate some of our award-winning students with us!

At Barry University, we love when our students' amazing talents are recognized and appreciated. The Buccaneer, Barry University's student newspaper, is a record of campus life and student activities, with many years' worth of articles, editorials, pictures, and reports. The paper has been recognized in the past, and we feel that each award is a...

Congratulations to our Assistant Professor Dr. Pierre-Yves Jean-Charles

Congratulations to our Assistant Professor Dr. Pierre-Yves Jean-Charles

Barry University would like to recognize and congratulate our Assistant Professor, Dr. Pierre-Yves Jean-Charles, for being selected to participate in the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) Accomplishing Career Transitions (ACT) program! This two-year program is designed to empower emerging scientists for a successful transition in academic...

Eight students represented Barry University at this year's Life Sciences South Florida STEM Undergraduate Research Symposium (LSSF SURS)

Eight students represented Barry University at this year's Life Sciences South Florida STEM Undergraduate Research Symposium (LSSF SURS)

The 8th annual Life Sciences South Florida STEM Undergraduate Research Symposium (LSSF SURS) was held on Saturday, April 10th, 2021. Of the 69 total presentations from 12 regional institutions, Barry was proudly represented by eight student presenters. During the virtual event, students delivered their presentations to judges and attendees using a...

Get a head start at Barry! Apply for the STEM Summer Scholars Program.

Get a head start at Barry! Apply for the STEM Summer Scholars Program.

If you're entering your first year of college and majoring in a STEM subject, you're invited to apply for our STEM Summer Scholars Program. This selective, six-week summer experience will help you: Get a head start on the first math and English courses needed for your degree Meet other first-year STEM majors Transition to college easily with...

Barry physics professor awarded Fulbright scholarship to study axion particles

Barry physics professor awarded Fulbright scholarship to study axion particles

Barry University Professor of Physics Maurizio Giannotti, Ph.D., has been awarded a 2021-22 Fulbright scholarship to conduct research at the University of Zaragoza in Spain. His research aims to improve our understanding of the physics of light and weakly interacting particles (WISPs), particularly axions, and their role in cosmology and...

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Congratulations to James Bradshaw, Winner of the Dr. Helen Connell Film Essay Award.

Congratulations to James Bradshaw, Winner of the Dr. Helen Connell Film Essay Award.

When Barry student James Bradshaw wrote the first draft of the essay that won him the Helen Connell Film Essay Award, "Analyzing the Doppelganger in Fight Club and Psycho," it was a disappointing effort that earned him a mediocre grade. A year later, though, when he saw an advertisement for the competition, he dusted off the old essay and gave it...

Biology and Chemistry Alum Peter Nwokoye, Class of 2016, Earns Prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Biology and Chemistry Alum Peter Nwokoye, Class of 2016, Earns Prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship

As a Chemistry and Biology double major at Barry University, Peter Nwokoye got his first taste of biomedical research as a student assistant analyzing the impact of embryonic alcohol exposure. “My project aimed to understand the mechanism of fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) and its effects during critical developmental stages,” he says....

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