Berry in the News

Oak Hill & The Martha Berry Museum to host lecture series on birds in art

Oak Hill & The Martha Berry Museum is pleased to present a lecture series featuring Renee Carleton, associate professor of biology at Berry College. The first lecture is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 3 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Berry College Service Day in Floyd County

Berry College will hold its 18th annual First-Year Service Day this Saturday, Aug. 29.

New exhibit at Moon Gallery

“Binding My Lost Heaven” by Doug Baulos opens the new exhibition season at the Berry College Moon Gallery on Aug. 24.

Berry Student Receives Military Officers Association of America Scholarship

Berry College senior Karen Riebsame was recently awarded a Military Officers Association of America scholarship for academic excellence.

Berry professor authors book about the integration of baseball

Berry College Communication Department Chair and black press historian Brian Carroll has authored a new book, “A Devil’s Bargain: The Black Press and Black Baseball, 1915-1955.”

Berry is tobacco-free beginning Saturday, Aug. 1

The world’s largest college campus will become tobacco-free starting Saturday, Aug. 1.

Summer Classes in a Cave?

A group of Berry College biology students spent a little bit of their summer in caves.

Berry Alum Named Woodrow Wilson Fellow

A Berry College graduate has been named to Georgia’s inaugural Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship class.

Roosevelt Cabin Restoration Nearly Complete

Through the historical preservation of buildings, Berry College has been able to keep its rich history alive. Most recently the Roosevelt Cabin, one of the oldest buildings on the main campus, has been in the final stages of restoration and preservation.

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra members to Perform at Berry

The Franklin Pond Quartet and the Franklin Pond Alumni Quartet will perform at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday (July 9) in the Ford Auditorium.

Making the Future: Area Students Innovate and Create

Every homeowner’s dream - a lawn mower operated by a joystick as you sit on your front porch and drink lemonade. That’s just one of the inventions from the recent Berry College Maker Academy.

Berry College Weaving on Exhibit

A weaving from the Berry College Memorial Library is part of the Gwinnett Environmental & Heritage Center’s new exhibit, “Continuous Threads: 200 years of Textile,” which opened this week.

Berry Announces New Athletic Director

Berry College is pleased to welcome back Todd Brooks as the new Athletic Director.

Berry College Division of Nursing Earns 5-Year Accreditation

The Berry College Division of Nursing has received a five-year accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.

Berry College Dairy Manager Receives Award

Berry College Dairy Manager Iris Barham recently received the 2015 Progressive Dairy Manager award in the small herd division from the National Dairy Shrine.

Berry College Faculty Receive Awards

Each year at the Berry College graduation, two faculty members are recognized for their love of teaching and inspiring students.

Berry College Announces New Trustee

The Berry College Board of Trustees is proud to announce its newest member, Dr. Brad Bushnell.

Oak Hill to offer Senior Scholars classes this summer

Courses as part of the Senior Scholars summer educational program at Oak Hill & The Martha Berry Museum are set to begin Tuesday, June 2.

Talks Support Oak Hill Exhibition, ‘Menaboni’s Birds: Georgia’s Own Artists as Naturalist.’

Oak Hill & The Martha Berry Museum presents a lecture series beginning May 18 featuring Berry College Associate Professor of Biology Renee Carleton.

Berry Senior Chosen For German Ambassadorship Program

Berry College senior Alisa DeGrave has been chosen as one of 75 Americans to participate in The Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals.

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