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CHRSJ 2019 Student Advocate Award

CHRSJ 2019 Student Advocate Award

The CHRSJ is opening nominations for the Student Advocate Award. A one-time financial award of $250.00 will be awarded to a Barry University student that can demonstrate a commitment to human rights and social justice in their community with a focus on one or more of the 5 initiatives of the School of Social Work's Center for Human Rights and...

A message from Barry University President Sister Linda Bevilacqua

A message from Barry University President Sister Linda Bevilacqua

Today, as we mark the one-year anniversary of the senseless and horrific shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, we remember the seventeen members of the MSD community who lost their lives. The Barry University community holds the families and the survivors in our thoughts and prayer while engaging in initiatives...

Barry Law Wins National Immigration Law Competition

Barry Law Wins National Immigration Law Competition

–Barry Law School takes first place in New York University's (NYU) annual National Immigration Law Competition, second place for best brief and second place for best advocate – Orlando, Fla. (Feb. 5, 2019) – Barry University School of Law's moot court team won first place at the National Immigration Law Competition (ILC) — New...

Barry’s nursing program receives $2.3 million grant to address national nursing faculty shortage

Barry’s nursing program receives $2.3 million grant to address national nursing faculty shortage

Barry University's nursing program within the College or Nursing and Health Sciences has received a $2.3 million grant to help address the national nursing faculty shortage. The grant comes from the Nurse Faculty Loan Program (NFLP) — a federal government-sponsored loan program from the Health Resources and Services Administration created to...

Barry’s nursing program receives $2.3 million grant to address national nursing faculty shortage

Barry’s nursing program receives $2.3 million grant to address national nursing faculty shortage

Miami (Jan. 30, 2019) — Barry University's nursing program within the College or Nursing and Health Sciences has received a $2.3 million grant to help address the national nursing faculty shortage. The grant comes from the Nurse Faculty Loan Program (NFLP) — a federal government-sponsored loan program from the Health Resources and Services...

Barry University Announces 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients

Barry University Announces 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients

MIAMI (Feb. 4, 2019) – Barry University has announced the seven alumni who will be honored for their outstanding achievements and contributions to society at the Distinguished Alumni Awards on Feb. 15, 2019 at the Shepard & Ruth K. Broad Center for the Performing Arts at Barry University. The Distinguished Alumni Awards honor members of...

The Dr. Helen Connell Film Essay Award

The Dr. Helen Connell Film Essay Award

Dr. Helen Connell was an Associate Professor in the Department of English and Foreign Languages at Barry University and served for several years as Chair of the Department. She taught courses in American and World Literature and the Humanities, but her passion was film, and she integrated film into many of her courses. Dr. Connell was a film...

Sigma Tau Delta Writing Contest

Sigma Tau Delta Writing Contest

Awards First Place & Honorable Mention in each category Certificate of Award from the Department of English & Foreign Language (Presented at the Spring Honors Convocation) $50.00 for each First Place Award Inscription on permanent department plaque for each First Place Award Publication in next issue of What Oft Was Thought, our...

Community Engagement Symposium: Call for Proposals

Community Engagement Symposium: Call for Proposals

Students as well as faculty and staff members are invited to submit proposals for oral (podium) and poster presentationsat Barry's sixth annual Community Engagement Symposium. The submission deadline is February 1. The theme of thesymposium is "Bringing Learning to Life through Community Engagement." Community engagement includes experiential...

Bus Passes

Bus Passes

Bus Passes will now be available for purchase at the Landon Student Union. Bus Pass: $56.25 Presale available during the 8th-17th of every month for enrolled students only. Must have your Student ID present at the time of purchase & pickup. Purchase and pickup must be done in person. Only major credit cards and cash accepted. For more...

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