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Dean Mandakovic presents Master of Science in Entrepreneurial Management opportunity to students in Colombia

Andreas School of Business Dean Tomislav Mandakovic recently visited Universidad de La Sabana in Bogotá, Colombia, to present the MSEM (Master of Science in Entrepreneurial Management) co-terminal degree opportunity to students, their parents and faculty. Two students from Universidad de La Sabana are already taking advantage of the...  read more

La Traviata

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Math and Computer Science Department introduces new Computer Simulation Lab

The Math and Computer Science Department is pleased to announce the inaugural semester of its new Computer Simulation Lab. This multi-purpose, state-of-the-art lab allows students to implement applied projects in Computer Security, Operating Systems, Multimedia and Network technology using server based Virtual Machine (VM) Technology....  read more

Barry Law Professor recognized as one of Orlando Business Journal's 40 under 40

Barry Law Professor Nadia B. Ahmad was selected by the Orlando Business Journal as part of the magazine's 2016 class of "40 Under 40." The distinction recognizes Central Florida's top professionals under the age for 40 who have made significant achievements in their career. “I'm humbled by this honor and profoundly appreciative," said...  read more

Dean of HPLS to Retire in December

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Dr. Raul Machuca receives 2016 SACES’ Outstanding Program Clinical Supervisor Award

Dr. Raul Machuca from Barry's Adrian Dominican School of Education recently received the 2016 Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision's (SACES) Outstanding Program Clinical Supervisor Award. The award recognizes individual educators who demonstrate efforts towards extending and strengthening counseling services to recipients;...  read more

Barry nursing faculty discuss Haiti partnerships on local radio show

Dr. Jesse M. Colin, PhD, RN, FRE, FAAN and Dr. Mureen L. Shaw, DNP, ARNP-BC from the College of Nursing and Health Sciences (CNHS) recently appeared on local radio station WSRF 1580 to discuss the school's outreach and partnerships with Haiti. During the broadcast, Colin and Shaw discussed the school's mission trip to Haiti earlier this year, the...  read more

School of HPLS Recognizes Academic Excellence

The School of Human Performance and Leisure Sciences is proud to recognize the many Sport and Exercise Sciences and student-athlete undergraduate and graduate students who earned a place on the President's and Dean's List from the spring 2016 semester. The President's List encompasses students with a 4.0 GPA and a 3.5 GPA or above for the Dean's...  read more

Spring 2017 Registration begins November 2

Get Ready Find out if you have any holds or an unpaid balance. Just log in to WebAdvisor and select “Am I eligible to register?” Register See your academic advisor and make sure you get the classes you need. Relax Your schedule is set!  read more

Barry Law Student Wins First Place in James E. Beckley Writing Competition

Joshua D. Jaffee, a third year student at Barry Law, recently won first place in the national James E. Beckley writing competition, sponsored by the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association Foundation (PIABA). Jaffee's essay, "Dodd-Frank: The Issue of Who Qualifies for Whistleblower Protection," focuses on an emerging controversy over the...  read more

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