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Barry Law Alumni Spotlight: Noah Al-Malt

Barry Law Alumni Spotlight: Noah Al-Malt

Noah Al-Malt ('13): A Journey From Barry Law To International Law Eleven time zones east of Barry Law School – half a world away, in Cambodia – Noah Al-Malt (2013) is experiencing a legal career that is very different from most Barry alumni. He's working at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC), a special court...

BARRY UNIVERSITY UPDATE - POST HURRICANE IRMA

BARRY UNIVERSITY UPDATE - POST HURRICANE IRMA

Monday, September 11, 2017 12:30pm We are relieved that Hurricane Irma has passed. We remain most concerned for the safety of all Barry University students , faculty and staff in St. Croix, the Bahamas, and throughout the state of Florida. Normal University operations are suspended until further notice. Scheduled activities and athletic events are...

Hurricane Irma Update

Hurricane Irma Update

Barry University remains closed for Hurricane Irma until further notice. The Command Decision Team continues to monitor the storm and will provide updates as new information comes in. Barry University students and employees should monitor the barry.edu/prepare/ website, our Emergency Hotline at 305-899-4000, and local media outlets for the latest...

Daryl Lazaro Hawkins takes first place at SimGHOSTS Simulation Conference

Daryl Lazaro Hawkins takes first place at SimGHOSTS Simulation Conference

Daryl Lazaro Hawkins from Barry's College of Nursing and Health Sciences recently attended a four-day simulation workshop in Raleigh, N.C, where she participated in a pre-conference hackathon competition. The competition was part of the 2017 SimGHOSTS Simulation Conference. A Hackathon, or “hackfest,” is a design sprint-like event in...

College of Nursing and Health Sciences Students Receive Dean’s Scholarship Award

College of Nursing and Health Sciences Students Receive Dean’s Scholarship Award

Barry University's College of Nursing and Health Sciences recently presented several students with scholarships during the Dean's Scholarship Reception. A total of $1.3 million in scholarships have been awarded during fiscal year 2017, with more than 200 students being recipients of some type of scholarship Awarded scholarships include: Albert W....

A Message from Campus Ministry

A Message from Campus Ministry

As a result of Hurricane Irma, all scheduled events for Campus Ministry have been postponed including: Lunch and Learn: Homosexuality and the Bible- originally scheduled September 6th at 12 pm Prayer Service for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey- originally scheduled September 6th at 4 pm In addition, all Masses will be postponed and will resume...

Weather Update: Hurricane Irma - Barry University Closure Notice

Weather Update: Hurricane Irma - Barry University Closure Notice

As a result of Hurricane Irma, Barry University announces that effective at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 6, all University operations will be closed. All University operations — including St. Croix, Bahamas, Orlando and all other Barry locations throughout the State — will be closed Thursday and Friday and will remain so until further notice....

Mass in Spanish Fall 2017

Mass in Spanish Fall 2017

The Department of Campus Ministry invites the Barry community to attend Mass in Spanish during the 2017-18 school year. Fall 2017 dates: Friday, September 29, 2017 Friday, October 27, 2017 Friday, November 17, 2017

QEP Update: August 2017

QEP Update: August 2017

Symposium to Showcase Social Responsibility Outcomes of Quality Enhancement Plan “Demonstrating Social Responsibility through Experiential Learning.” That's the theme of the Fifth Annual Community Engagement Symposium. Scheduled for March 28, the symposium is expected to showcase the community-focused experiential learning activities...

Dr. Kopp attends CAPSS Conference

Dr. Kopp attends CAPSS Conference

Dr. David M. Kopp was a keynote speaker at the 2017 Caribbean Association of Principals of Secondary Schools (CAPSS) held in Nassau, The Bahamas. He spoke on Educational Leadership: Style and Substance. Over 200 principals from throughout the Caribbean attended the conference.

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