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LEAP Student Shares Story of Success

LEAP Student Shares Story of Success

The Ladies Empowerment & Action Program (LEAP) at the Homestead Correctional Institution provides entrepreneurship training and support to incarcerated women, preparing them to re-enter society and be economically independent. Barry University supports the LEAP Program by supplying the classroom instruction in entrepreneurship and business...

School of Business students attend eMerge Americas conference

School of Business students attend eMerge Americas conference

Students from Barry University's Andreas School of Business, along with Assistant Professor of Management Dr. Marie-Michele Beauchesne, recently attended eMerge Americas, a conference of ideas and innovation featuring entrepreneurs and investors from the Americas and around the world. The event took place June 12 at the Miami Beach Convention...

School of Business hosts 16th Executive Leadership Forum

School of Business hosts 16th Executive Leadership Forum

The D. Inez Andreas School of Business held its 16th Executive Leadership Forum (ELF) on March 21, which included a conversation on “Entrepreneurship and Success: A Testimony.” Donna Abood, principal managing director of the Miami Office of Avison Young, a global commercial real estate firm, was a guest speaker at the forum. Abood is...

School of Business students inducted into honor societies

School of Business students inducted into honor societies

The Andreas School of Business held an induction ceremony April 3 for new members of the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society and the Financial Management Association International Honor Society (FMA), with the purpose of recognizing those students who, by their scholarly achievements, have qualified for membership. Beta Gamma Sigma is the scholastic...

Study in Rome this Summer with the Sport Management program

Study in Rome this Summer with the Sport Management program

Join the Graduate Sport Management program this summer for 22 days in Rome, Italy. Earn class credit while touring through some of the most iconic sport venues in ancient Rome. Students will have the opportunity to earn three graduate credits, which will transfer over to their program of study. This study abroad class takes place June 17 through...

Business students tap entrepreneurial spirit to create unique event app Place2b

Business students tap entrepreneurial spirit to create unique event app Place2b

Victor Ravier, a student in the Andreas School of Business and men's tennis team student-athlete, and Jérôme Freani, an exchange student from Montpellier Business School, have been experiencing great success after launching their first app Place2b. This free application informs users in real time of local events organized within the...

Andreas School of Business represented at EITC Awareness Day

Andreas School of Business represented at EITC Awareness Day

Each year, the IRS invites community organizations, elected officials, state and local governments, schools, employers and others in a national grassroots effort to spotlight the Earned Income Tax Credit on EITC Awareness Day. This year marked the 11th anniversary of EITC Awareness Day, which took place Jan. 27. Barry University was invited to...

School of Business student Jennifer Thomas awarded scholarship

School of Business student Jennifer Thomas awarded scholarship

Jennifer Thomas, an undergraduate student majoring in management in the Andreas School of Business, was recently awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the Harold and Muriel Berkman Charitable Foundation. Approximately 800 students applied for this year's scholarship, and Thomas is one of only 50 students from across the country selected to receive the...

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