Fall 2009 Issue
Dear Mr. President
As the debate on national health care wages on, a group of youth from Liberty City, Florida, wanted to make sure their voices were heard.
Research in motion
Dr. Zuzana Zajickova, assistant professor of physical sciences, recently received third place internationally for her research in separation sciences at an annual conference held for the discipline.
Legacy of goodwill
When the 23-year-old Jean Wilkowski came to work at Barry College for Women in 1941, the University was in its first year of existence with an enrollment of 45 students.
Walking the talk
Last spring, podiatry students Mo Eltahir and William Hassner were looking for a way to give back to their community when they had a chance encounter with a woman named Kim Coe at a local Baskin Robbins.
Finding the time to earn a quality education can be difficult, especially when you’re a firefighter.
RISE to the occasion
Barry University’s College of Arts and Sciences was recently awarded two grants totaling more than $1.1 million.
Live and learn
Barry University’s Catholic identity and Dominican heritage take center stage with the recent launch of the University’s DePorres Center for Community Service.
Every artist’s canvas is different, and for Marilyn Carter, an adjunct professor in the School of Adult and Continuing Education (ACE) in Melbourne, Florida, her canvas is making its way across the globe.
Barry University, was invited to speak at the first World Sickle Cell Day – as declared by the United Nations.
Best foot forward
From its modest beginnings in 1985 to its status as one of the most respected podiatric schools in the country, Barry University’s School of Podiatric Medicine has had a lot to be thankful for over the past 25 years.
On a roll
For the fifth consecutive year, Barry University’s Master of Science in Health Services Administration program has been ranked at the national level according to Modern Healthcare magazine.
You know you’re doing something right when the American Bar Association (ABA) takes notice – four years in a row.
In the name of science
Science has not lost its appeal to the young, which was apparent April 17 when nearly 150 students from 10 South Florida high schools throughout Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties participated in Barry University’s Department of Physical Sciences eighth annual Science Olympiad competition.
A new course has been chartered for the Barry University Andreas School of Business with the appointment of Dr. Tomislav Mandakovic as the school’s new dean.