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Barry student named recipient of Jamaican Prime Minister’s Youth Award for Excellence

Contact:Jeff LaLiberte305-899-4877 MIAMI, Fla. -- Barry University freshman John Powell was recently recognized as a 2014 recipient of the Jamaican Prime Minister's Youth Award for Excellence. Powell was one of 23 Jamaican youth to receive the prestigious award from Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller at a ceremony on April 6 in Kingston. The...  read more

Barry alumnus named Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce HYPE Award winner

Contact:Jeff LaLiberte305-899-4877 MIAMI, Fla. -- The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce (GMCC) recently recognized the successes of Miami-area young professionals at its annual HYPE Awards presentation. Barry University alumnus and Alumni Board of Directors member Alex Hannett was among the winners earning the HPYE Rookie of the Year award....  read more

Barry Univ. names former Miami Herald Media Co. executive as VP for business and finance

Contact:Jeff LaLiberte305-899-4877 MIAMI, Fla. – Barry University President Sister Linda Bevilacqua, OP, PhD, named Sue Rosenthal, former vice president of finance for the Miami Herald Media Co., as the university's vice president for business and finance. Rosenthal began her new role on March 10, 2014. In her new role, Rosenthal will...  read more

Local high school students learn first hand from Holocaust survivors during Holocaust Documentation and Education Center Student Awareness Day

Contact:Jeff LaLiberte305-899-4877 MIAMI, Fla. – On Thursday, March 6, 2014, Barry University welcomed more than 400 Miami-Dade high school students as it hosted the Holocaust Documentation and Education Center (HDEC) for its Student Awareness Day series. The HDEC's Student Awareness Day series is now in its 28th year of existence. The...  read more

Barry students, faculty, and staff lobby during Barry Days in Tallahassee

Contact:Jeff LaLiberte305-899-4877 MIAMI, Fla. – Barry University students, faculty, and staff traveled to Florida's Capitol to meet with state legislators and advocate for the university's priorities during the 2014 Barry Days session on March 10 and 11. During the two-day trip, eleven students and ten faculty met with various state...  read more

Barry students, faculty, and staff to travel to Tallahassee for Barry Days

Contact: Jeff LaLiberte305-899-4877 MIAMI, Fla.-- On Monday, March 10 and Tuesday, March 11, Barry University students, faculty, and staff will travel to Tallahassee to meet with state legislators during Barry Days. An annual event, Barry Days gives the Barry community a chance to advocate for the university's educational priorities during the...  read more

Buccaneers team with Make-A-Wish® to grant Gustavo's dream

Contact:Jeff LaLiberte305-899-4877 MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – On Saturday, Feb. 22, Barry University was able to help grant the wish of a Miami-area child battling a life-threatening medical condition in a special Make-A-Wish® reveal event its homecoming basketball games. Barry's efforts raising funds will send Gustavo, a local wish kid, on...  read more

Barry alumnus and Miami-Dade schools chief named superintendent of year

MIAMI, Fla. -- Barry University alumnus and Miami-Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho was named Superintendent of the Year by the American Association of School Administrators (AASA). Carvalho was granted the honor during the AASA's annual conference in Nashville on Feb. 13. Carvalho was one of four finalists for the award...  read more

Family Care Center receives $21,123 grant from Miami Beach Service Partnership

MIAMI, Fla. -The Family CARE Center at Barry University's Adrian Dominican School of Education has been awarded $21,123.68 by Success University, a Program of the Miami Beach Service Partnership which impacts youth and families in accordance with The Children's Trust and City of Miami Beach. Barry's Family CARE Center partners with the City of...  read more

College Reach-Out Program awarded $12,300 from Harry Kramer Memorial Fund

Barry University's Family Care Center was recently awarded funding in the amount $12,300 for the College Reach-Out Program (CROP). The grant was presented by the Harry Kramer Memorial Fund. Since 1999, the goal of Barry's CROP has been to increase the number of low-income, minority, first-generation, and educationally disadvantaged  read more

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