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“Delgado Courses” frighten, inspire Barry Communication students

By: Jackisha FanFan Sweaty palms, anxiousness, increase in heart rate. These aren't side effects. If you ask any student in the Department of Communications, they'll tell you this is normal when taking a “Delgado Course.” Bert Delgado is famously known among students as one of the toughest and most intimidating teachers. “Delgado...  read more

Graduate Biomedical Sciences Program Graduates

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Interested in studying abroad in Rome this summer?

Interested in studying abroad in Rome this summer from July 2 – August 8? Enroll in COM 300 and study in the heart of the Eternal City. The trip consists of six total credits, three credits in COM 300 and three credits from John Cabot University. Trip cost: $2,400 + 6 credits tuition ($4,000) = $6,400 Includes: Housing, JCU Meal plan, and...  read more

Barry Stamps Scholars attend 3rd Stamps Scholars National Convention

Fifteen Barry University Stamps Leadership Scholars joined approximately 500 others from 41 universities around the country at Georgia Institute of Technology for the third Stamps Scholars National Convention from April 10-12. Held biennially since 2011, the convention exists to encourage exchange and collaboration among Stamps Leadership...  read more

Congratulations Anesthesiology student Yasmine Campbell

Congratulations to Barry University DNP with a Specialization in Anesthesiology student, Yasmine Campbell for having her manuscript titled, The Jehovah's Witness Population: Considerations for Preoperative Optimization of Hemoglobin accepted for publication by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists Journal. The literature review article...  read more

CCSI honors Barry students, faculty, staff, and partners for achievements in community engagement at 2nd Annual Community Engagement Awards

On Thursday, March 26, Barry University's Center for Community Service Initiatives (CCSI) hosted its 2nd Annual Community Engagement Awards to honor Barry students, faculty, staff, and community partners for their community service participation and achievements. The awards were part of the CCSI's larger Community Engagement Symposium. Award...  read more

April is Occupational Therapy Month

Occupational therapists are rehabilitation professionals who have a holistic perspective aiming to help individuals across the lifespan develop or improve the skills they need to participate in their everyday activities or occupations. Occupational therapists work with clients to promote health and wellness, teach new skills to those that have an...  read more

Sexual Assault Awareness Week: April 13 – April 17, 2015

The Barry University community is invited and encouraged to take part in the Sexual Awareness Week at Barry University from April 13 – April 17, 2015. On March 31, 2014, President Barack Obama proclaimed April as National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. He has urged all Americans to support survivors of sexual assault and work...  read more

Canvas Kickoff Winners

The Division of Information Technology is pleased to announce the Canvas Kickoff event door prize winners: Marvilean Brown-Houston Anna Dow Dominique Franklin Tatiana Cadle-Taylor Tiyahni Harrigan Congratulations! Please stop by Library 303 and pick up your door prize. We would like to thank the following sponsors: Student Affairs Follett...  read more

Free shuttle service for village council elections Tuesday

The Miami Shores Village Council elections will take place on Tuesday, April 14, 2015.All village voters will vote at the C. Lawton McCall Community Center at 9617 Park Drive.Polls will open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.Barry University will provide a shuttle service to and from the Community Center for faculty, staff and students. Pickup and drop off...  read more

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