Associate Professor Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Rochester Institute of Technology
Brian Barry received his B.A. in sociology (with honors) from St. John Fisher College in 1969. He got his Master of Social Science degree from Syracuse University in 1972 from Syracuse and his Ph.D. in Social Science from Syracuse in 1974. Since 1973 he has had a joint appointment in the Psychology and Sociology Departments at RIT where he is now an Associate Professor. Among the courses he teaches are The Social Psychology of Religion, Death and Dying (his special research interest) ,the Changing Family and the Urban experience.