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ADSOE faculty and students partner with BCPS to research Black Male Success Initiative

Faculty and staff from the Adrian Dominican School of Education (ADSOE) have partnered with Broward County Public School (BCPS) and the South Florida Education Research Alliance (SFERA) for a multi-year investigation known as the Black Male Success Initiative (BMSI) to better support Black male students and reduce disproportionality. Professors...  read more

"Barry Boot Camp" LSAT Prep Starts November 1

Barry University School of Law is pleased to once again offer “Barry Boot Camp," an intensive series of LSAT prep workshops offered over the course of four weekends. The workshops have been designed to complement your preparation for the December LSAT exam. Barry Boot Camp is being offered exclusively to students who have applied to Barry...  read more

ADSOE alumna given MDC Endowed Teaching Chair award

Barry University alumna Isabel Rodriguez-Dehmer, PhD, was recently awarded Miami Dade College's 2014 Blockbuster Entertainment Corporation Endowed Teaching chair award at a ceremony on Wednesday, Oct. 1 at the Wolfson Campus' Chapman Conference Center. Rodriguez-Dehmer was joined by ten other MDC faculty members at the annual program which...  read more

Accepting applications now for the School of Social Work PhD Program

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Barry MSN alumnus committed to lifelong learning in the classroom and operating room

For many, earning a graduate degree signifies an academic commitment to one's field of study. For Barry University Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) alumnus Juan Segura, it's a commitment that doesn't end when he walks across the stage and receives his diploma; it's a lifelong commitment that continues in the classroom and in the operating room. ...  read more

Liberal Studies alumnus pursues love of learning in journey to Ph.D.

Jabril Shabazz has many titles – paramedic, academic, grandfather, former Marine and Barry alumnus, to name a few. This fall, he'll begin his journey to pursuing yet another title: Ph.D. Shabazz, who has worked as a paramedic for the past 25 years and previously served in the United States Marine Corps, made the decision to enroll as a...  read more

The Good, The Right, and The Beautiful: Barry University’s First Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

On March 20 and 21, 2015, Barry University's Department of Theology and Philosophy will host its first-ever Undergraduate Philosophy Conference titled The Good, The Right, and The Beautiful. The events keynote speaker will be J. L. A. Garcia. Call for Papers Undergraduate students who have engaged in research or focused study on ethical theory,...  read more

Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MLS)

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Professional Writing alumna lands story on NPR

Barry University alumna Nadege Green, B.S. '09, recently made her debut appearance reporting for National Public Radio's All Things Considered. Green produced a report about murdered American journalist Steven Sotloff. “Remembering Steven Sotloff, Who Drew Portraits From The Syrian War” chronicles the life and career of Sotloff, who...  read more

Psychology graduate students present at the 2014 APA Annual Convention in Washington, DC

Shanna Suttington and Ashley Stovell, students in Barry's MS in clinical psychology program, recently presented their master's thesis research at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association (APA) in Washington, DC. Suttington and Stovell both received their BS in psychology with a specialization in forensic psychology at Barry...  read more

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