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A Million-Dollar Legacy

As a retired elementary school teacher, Helen A. Mendel '64, MS '69 understands the importance of education. That's why, on the occasion of her 50-year reunion and induction into the Golden Shield Society this spring, Mendel made plans to bequeath more than $810,600 to benefit Barry University. Her planned gifts to the university now total more...  read more

Barry alumna Diane Amado-Tate named Chief Nursing Officer at Doctors Hospital

Diane Amado-Tate, class of 2004 alumna of Barry University's Graduate Health Management Programs in the College of Health Sciences was named Chief Nursing Officer at Doctors Hospital. Amado-Tate, who has 22 years of experience in the nursing field, worked as an assistant vice president of nursing at South Miami Hospital before being promoted. In...  read more

Barry University Sport Management alumnus works as coordinator for Miami Marlins and pays it forward to Barry Sport Management students

As an undergraduate at Barry University, Jason Golden secured his first internship by attending the Sport Management program's annual career fair hosted by Barry's School of Human Performance and Leisure Sciences. Today, the Barry alumnus, who works as a coordinator for Corporate Partnerships at the Miami Marlins, has traded places to pay it...  read more

Barry alumnus and Miami-Dade schools chief honored at White House

Barry University alumnus and Miami-Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho was honored by President Barack Obama and U.S. Secretary of Education Arnie Duncan at the National Teacher of the Year Ceremony on Thursday, May 1. Carvalho, who was named Superintendent of the Year by the American Association of School Administrators...  read more

Sister Maura Scholarship: In Celebration of 100 Years of Life

My dear Barry College Alumna, As one of the many alumnae who knew and loved Sister Maura Phillips, I write to share the exciting news that on April 25, Sister Maura will celebrate her 100th birthday. She is the oldest Adrian Dominican Sister and is as spunky and joyful as ever. She gravitates to a piano and breaks into song, playing her favorites...  read more

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

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 representatives and senators to thank them for their support...  read more

The School of Adult & Continuing Education has changed its name!

After a year of intense research that included field studies and interviews, I am pleased to inform you that the Barry University School of Adult & Continuing Education will now be known as the School of Professional and Career Education (PACE). After the analysis of our student population was completed, the results indicated that this more...  read more

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