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Give Miami Day 2016

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Barry University remembers the life & contributions of Janet Reno

It is with heavy hearts that Barry University mourns the death of Janet Reno, a member of the Barry community. With a prolific career in law and politics, which included serving as the first female U.S. Attorney General, the local South Florida native will be remembered for her intellect, honesty and integrity. Reno served as the Commencement...  read more

Bruce Turkel speaks at School of Business’ Executive Leadership Forum

The Andreas School of Business recently hosted its 15th Executive Leadership Forum (ELF) on the Barry University main campus. Approximately 100 students and selected leaders from the Barry community attended the Oct. 10th event, which was created to serve as a venue for the sharing of practical business knowledge. Selected leaders from the...  read more

Remembering Sister Audrey Hull

ADRIAN, MICHIGAN—August 29, 2016—Sister Audrey Hull, formerly known as Sister Raymond Clare Hull, died on August 28, 2016 at the Dominican Life Center in Adrian, Michigan. She was 93 years of age and in the 68th year of her religious profession in the Adrian Dominican Congregation. Sister Audrey was born in Miami, Florida to Perry and Helen...  read more

Barry University mourns the passing of Sister Maura

The Barry community, especially the graduates of Barry College for Women and the talented Tara Singers, are mourning the loss of our beloved Sister Maura – bundle of exuberant joy and extraordinary musical talent.Sister Maura, formerly known as Kathleen Phillips, died peacefully on Tuesday, July 26, 2016. She was 102 years of age and in the...  read more

Barry Law School Moot Court team wins the Robert Orseck Moot Court Competition

For the first time in Barry Law School history, the Barry Law Moot Court team finished first overall in the 2016 Robert Orseck Memorial Moot Court Competition, which was sponsored by the Young Lawyers Division of the Florida Bar. In addition, Barry won both of the other top prizes at the event – Best Advocate and Best Brief. The Barry Law...  read more

Barry's online MPA program ranked among Top 50 for Best Value

Barry University's online Master of Public Administration program has been ranked among the Top 50 Best Value Online. The ranking, issued by Value Colleges, puts Barry's program, which is offered through the School of Professional And Career Education (PACE), at No. 44. When compared to other private and nonprofit schools, Barry ranks No. 14. ...  read more

Barry Makes Significant Contribution to Health Care Mission

Barry University's Department of Theology and Philosophy is proud to share the achievements of two of our graduates and one current DMin candidate working in the health care industry. Alex Garvey, PhD, has been named Senior Vice President of Mission for Bon Secours Saint Francis Health System in Greenville, South Carolina. The Rev. Joseph Driscoll...  read more

Barry alumna Natalie Bieule overcomes adversity to compete at Rio 2016 Paralympic Games

There are times when we find our strength and calling during moments of adversity. Natalie Bieule, '11, learned that lesson when on March 8, 2011 she was involved in a drunk driving accident that led to her becoming a below-the-knee amputee. Today, she is a stronger person than ever before. Many told her that her way of living would never be the...  read more

Barry alumnus Niel Johnson awarded Medal of Valor from President Obama

Barry University alumnus Niel Johnson, '15, received the nation's highest public safety honor – the Medal of Valor – during a ceremony at the White House on May 16. Johnson, who serves as a North Miami County police officer, graduated from Barry with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography. He was presented the Medal of Valor by...  read more

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