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Participate in the Poverty Simulation at Barry!

Poverty is a reality for many individuals and families. But unless you've experienced poverty, it's difficult to truly understand. Offered at campuses and in communities across the country, a trained facilitator will conduct this interactive immersion experience that bridges the gap from misconception to understanding about the effects of poverty....  read more

Barry’s Dr. Charles Evans called on as expert in Bitcoin case

Dr. Charles W. Evans, associate professor of finance and economics in Barry University's Andreas School of Business, was recently called on as an expert in a closely watched Bitcoin case in Miami. Evans, who specializes in virtual currency, has been prominently mentioned in the news for his expertise. He's been mentioned several times in the Miami...  read more

Testing Emergency Alert Notification System

The Department of Public Safety will be testing the phone, text and e-mail features of the University's Emergency Alert Notification System on Friday, July 29th at 3:00 p.m. Please understand that this is a test. Those who have provided their emergency contact information will receive text, phone and email alert messages. Reminder to students,...  read more

Physician Assistant Program awarded 10 years continued accreditation

Barry University's Physician Assistant Program has been awarded 10 years of continued accreditation – the maximum a PA Program can receive – by The Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). As part of the continued accreditation process, Barry's PA Program had to prepare and submit a report of...  read more

30% off tickets for Barry Community to MMF Symphony Concert and More This Week at Barry!

Miami Music Festival opens it's symphonic season with the MMF Symphony Orchestra playing Mahler's Symphony No. 6 this Saturday, July 9. Nicknamed the “tragische” or “tragic” symphony, Mahler's Symphony No. 6 is an exciting exploration of contrasts and emotions, a challenging undertaking for this year's symphonic debut....  read more

College of Arts and Sciences recognizes three Dean’s Award Recipients

Barry University's College of Arts and Sciences is proud to recognize the 2015-2016 Dean's Award Recipients. The students – Rebecca J. Leppert, Wesam Azaizeh and Kelly R. Merrill – were nominated for their outstanding accomplishments in and out of the classroom. All three students graduated in May 2016. Rebecca J. Leppert –...  read more

Barry student named a Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact

Campus Compact has named Barry Service Corps Fellow Christian Mesa a Newman Civic Fellow. He is one of 218 college student leaders selected for the 2016 Newman Civic Fellows Award. The Newman Civic Fellows Award honors “inspiring college student leaders who have demonstrated an investment in finding solutions for challenges facing...  read more

MAPS recognized with a 2016 CCSI Community Impact Award

The Barry University chapter of the Minority Association of Pre-Health Students (MAPS) was recognized with a 2016 Community Impact Award from the Center for Community Service Initiatives (CCSI). MAPS was honored for its longstanding commitment to service and leadership within the community. The award was accepted by the organization's 2015-16...  read more

Fine Arts creates behind-the-scenes video of the production of 'Our Town'

In February, Barry University's Department of Fine Arts presented a production of “Our Town,” the classic play by Thornton Wilder. Directed by John Manzelli, associate professor of Theater and longtime director of the widely acclaimed "Summer Shorts" by City Theatre, “Our Town” tells the story of the small American town of...  read more

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