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Saint Martha-Yamaha Concert Series is moving to Barry University

Barry University will be the new home to the Saint Martha-Yamaha Concert Series beginning Jan. 25 where the Axiom Brass group will perform their classical brass music. This internationally renowned and award winning quintet will include music from Bach to Piazzolla tangos to celebrate the move. Barry University students, faculty and staff can...  read more

Barry University honored as College of Distinction

Barry University has recently been honored as a College of Distinction for the 2014-15 school year for providing students with the highest level of undergraduate education. The College of Distinction designation recognizes select schools for excellence in student-focused higher education. Schools are selected based on college counselor...  read more

ADSOE assistant dean among representatives at College Opportunity Day of Action

On December 4, 2014, Sylvia Fernandez, associate dean of Barry University's Adrian Dominican School of Education, joined President Obama, the First Lady, and Vice President Biden, along with hundreds of college presidents and other higher education leaders to announce new actions to help more students prepare for and graduate from college....  read more

Now Offering the Adult Literacy Certificate Program

The Adrian Dominican School of Education is pleased to offer the Adult Literacy Certificate. The graduate certificate program is for students who wish to become highly-qualified literacy professionals to teach secondary, college, and adult learners. This program is designed for those who hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited university....  read more

ADSOE graduate students present at ALER conference

Three students from the Adrian Dominican School of Education's MS in Reading program were recently invited to be panelists for the Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers (ALER) Teacher Education Division meeting held during ALER's annual conference in Delray Beach Fla. Meredith Nardone, of the Coral Springs Reading cohort, and...  read more

Follow Barry University on Social Media

Connect with us – and more importantly with each other – by using Barry University's official social media channels. We're interested in having you join the conversation and communicate with others in the Barry Community. Like us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/BarryUniversity) Follow us on Twitter (@BarryUniversity) Follow us on...  read more

Law School Ranked #9 in U.S. for Diversity

Barry University School of Law has been named one of the nation's Most Diverse Law Schools by preLaw Magazine. Barry Law was ranked as the 9th-most-diverse law school in the United States by the magazine, earning a grade of A+. The nation's law schools were ranked according to diversity reflected in both faculty and student body. A letter grade...  read more

PACE faculty among presenters at Fourth Oxford Women’s Leadership Symposium

Members of Barry University's School of Professional and Career Education (PACE) recently joined leaders in the field of gender equality to present research at the Fourth Oxford Women's Leadership Symposium. Barry was represented by PACE Dean Andrea Keener, PhD, Assistant Dean Carole Huberman, PhD, and Associate Dean Cynthia Davis, PhD. The team...  read more

Barry Pre-Health Students volunteer with Feeding South Florida

On Saturday December 20, 2014, five members of Barry University's Minority Association of Pre-health Students (MAPS) joined Feeding South Florida's first-ever Holiday Sort-a-Thon to sort food to be donated to families in need. The event took place at Feeding South Florida's main warehouse location in Pembroke Pines. The MAPS students spent three...  read more

Barry University earns Community Engagement Classification from Carnegie Foundation

Barry University has been selected to receive the 2015 Community Engagement Classification from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Barry, who earned the prestigious honor for the first time, joins 239 U.S. colleges and universities, including 82 other inaugural recipients, in receiving the distinction. The Carnegie...  read more

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