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Biology Department hosts HIV researcher for its spring departmental seminar

Biology Department hosts HIV researcher for its spring departmental seminar

Barry's Department of Biology recently hosted Dr. Upal Roy, assistant professor in the Department of Immunology at Florida International University's Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine. Roy's research is focused on developing targeted and effective therapies to combat HIV infection and progression. He spoke to students, faculty and staff about...

Students, faculty and departments honored for Community Engagement

Students, faculty and departments honored for Community Engagement

The Center for Community Service Initiatives (CCSI) recently hosted Barry's third annual Community Engagement Awards. Students, student organizations, faculty members and two departments were among those honored. Four community partners received awards as well. In all, 18 awards in six categories were presented at the event, which included the...

Barry University alumna Tami Lynn Williams named Arts Teacher of the Year for Music

Barry University alumna Tami Lynn Williams named Arts Teacher of the Year for Music

Barry University alumna Tami Lynn Williams, Bachelor of Music '03, was recently named by ArtsEd Forever! as its Arts Teacher of the Year for Music. Williams, a teacher at West Hollywood Elementary in Hollywood, Fla., teaches pre-K through 5th grade music and oversees the 3rd grade through 5th grade chorus group and 4th and 5th grade Bucket...

Barry alumnus Niel Johnson awarded Medal of Valor from President Obama

Barry alumnus Niel Johnson awarded Medal of Valor from President Obama

Barry University alumnus Niel Johnson, '15, received the nation's highest public safety honor – the Medal of Valor – during a ceremony at the White House on May 16. Johnson, who serves as a North Miami County police officer, graduated from Barry with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography. He was presented the Medal of Valor by...

Barry students present at LSSF Symposium; win third place in oral competition

Barry students present at LSSF Symposium; win third place in oral competition

For the third consecutive year, research students from Barry University presented at the Life Sciences South Florida (LSSF) STEM symposium. Nine Barry students presented two oral and eight poster presentations at the symposium on April 12. The event was an opportunity for students who do research for credit to present their research finding at a...

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Reflecting on the CCSI's First Five Years

Reflecting on the CCSI's First Five Years

The work of the CCSI is woven fully into the fabric of university life. From faculty development to student civic-leadership training; from staff members' volunteer service to alumni participation in the Deliberative Dialogue Series; from community partnership building to the coordination of the Community Engagement Management System. The CCSI has...

Barry senior wins prestigious biology research award at MIT

Barry senior wins prestigious biology research award at MIT

Bertina Telusma is only 21, but she's already something of a regular at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), one of the premier research universities in the world. In the past two years, Bertina completed a six day intensive Quantitative Biology Workshop and a Summer internship, with flying colors. In fact, her work was so impressive...

Barry University Sets the Stage for Chemistry Alumnus’ Career Success

Barry University Sets the Stage for Chemistry Alumnus’ Career Success

Making the most of his education, faculty mentorships and science degree from Barry University, Dr. Adauri Soprani is succeeding as an oral surgeon in Danbury, Conn. “I'm happy today because I do what I love,” Dr. Soprani said. “Barry University helped lay the foundation and allowed me to do all my basic sciences at a much faster...

Barry Alumnus Champions Liberal University Education for Producing Well- Rounded Citizens

Barry Alumnus Champions Liberal University Education for Producing Well- Rounded Citizens

Lenore P. Rodicio, PhD, believes the trend in higher education to prepare students solely for specific careers in a chosen field is too limiting. Although important, it completely dismisses the widespread benefits that exposure to multiple disciplines and opinions a liberal arts education provides, ultimately benefiting the individual and society...

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