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CNHS professors awarded funding from the American College of Cardiology for first of its kind research

CNHS professors awarded funding from the American College of Cardiology for first of its kind research

Two professors from the College of Nursing and Health Sciences have been awarded funding from the American College of Cardiology (ACC) in Washington, D.C. Associate Professor Peggy Newsham Beckley, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, and Professor and Program Director Belkis Landa-Gonzalez, EdD, OTR/L, FAOTA, will use the funding to collaborate on a grant related...

Three Students Receive Award for Creating Community Impact

Three Students Receive Award for Creating Community Impact

Naif Alkhathran, Jasmine McKee, and Paola Montenegro received the 2017 Community Impact Award recently. Dr. Scott Smith, vice president for student affairs, presented a plaque to each winner in recognition of exemplary community engagement primarily through direct service and advocacy. As a Barry Service Corps Fellow, Alkhathran worked closely...

Student Advocate Award of $250.00

Student Advocate Award of $250.00

Center for Human Rights and Social Justice Student Advocate Award A one-time financial award of $250.00 will be distributed each academic year to a Barry University student that has demonstrated 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...

ADSOE programs selected to join Carnegie Project on Education Doctorate

ADSOE programs selected to join Carnegie Project on Education Doctorate

The Adrian Dominican School of Education's (ADSOE) Ed.D. Organizational Learning and Leadership (OLL) programs have been selected to join the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED). New members were chosen through a detailed application process and evaluated by a CPED committee. CPED is a consortium of over 100 graduate schools of...

In Memory of Sister Dorothy Jehle, OP, PhD

In Memory of Sister Dorothy Jehle, OP, PhD

SISTER DOROTHY JEHLE, OP, PhDFaculty Emerita With sadness, I share the news that our beloved, Sister Dorothy Jehle, formerly known as Sister Norbert Mary Jehle, died this morning, April 18, at the Dominican Life Center at our Motherhouse in Adrian, Michigan. Sister Dorothy was 96 years of age and in the 71st year of her religious profession as a...

Research on Cuban music from Spanish faculty stirs interest in the media

Research on Cuban music from Spanish faculty stirs interest in the media

Recently, a research project led by Dr. Beatriz Calvo-Peña, assistant professor of Spanish, has stirred great interest in both national and international media. Calvo-Peña's extensive research project titled “Female Guaracha singers in Cuba and Their Recordings Held at the Díaz-Ayala Cuban and Latin American Popular...

School of Podiatric Medicine’s class of 2017 achieves 100 percent residency placement

School of Podiatric Medicine’s class of 2017 achieves 100 percent residency placement

Barry University's School of Podiatric Medicine's graduating class of 2017 joined their peers across the nation in March during the annual matching process to secure residency placements — the customary post-graduate training and education for doctors in the U.S. Initial results were released March 22, and the school is proud to announce that 100...

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