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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

Barry ranked among top 25 schools for graduate sport psychology programs

Barry University was recently named by Online Psychology Degrees as one of the top schools for graduate programs in sport psychology. The Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology program at Barry is ranked No. 20, and is one of only two programs from Florida to be included in the ranking. Programs were selected for ranking based on criteria...  read more

Hurricane Matthew Donation Drive for Haiti & The Bahamas

DONATION DRIVE FOR HAITI AND THE BAHAMASIMPACTED BY HURRICANE MATTHEW Powers Room 141 Sponsored by ADSOE and Social Work Items needed: Non-perishable food, water, baby formula, diapers, toiletries, clothing. Please place items on tables or in boxes as labeled. Donations will be accepted through October 25, 2016  read more

Barry Law Dean Diaz named as a Woman Worth Watching for 2016

Barry Law Dean Leticia M. Diaz has been named as a Woman Worth Watching in this month's issue of Profiles in Diversity Journal."It's an honor to be including among such a prestigious group. In order to make sure all groups are represented it's important to continue to shine a light on diversity in education," said Dean Diaz, the first...  read more

Support Haiti in the Wake of Hurricane Matthew

Why help Haiti? The death toll in the southwest of Haiti has climbed past 1000 people since the storm hit last week. Crops and livestock have been wiped away. Rates of cholera have already increased in areas where flooding occurred, and there is additional concern that cholera will continue to spread throughout the country. Hurricane Matthew's...  read more

Support Haiti in the Wake of Hurricane Matthew

Why help Haiti? The death toll in the southwest of Haiti has climbed past 1000 people since the storm hit last week. Crops and livestock have been wiped away. Rates of cholera have already increased in areas where flooding occurred, and there is additional concern that cholera will continue to spread throughout the country. Hurricane Matthew's...  read more

Yom Kippur- Wishing our Jewish brothers and sisters a prayerful fast

Yom KippurOctober 11th at sunset through October 12th Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, is the holiest day of the Jewish year. During this fast day filled with prayer and introspection, the Jewish people are presented with an opportunity to strengthen their relationship with G-d. May the extraordinary power of teshuva, repentance, transform the...  read more

The Wall Street Journal ranks Barry as one of the most diverse universities

Barry University has been ranked by The Wall Street Journal as one of most diverse universities in the United States. In an article published by the paper on Sept. 28, Barry — along with the University of California at Irvine — are ranked No. 8 for schools with the most diversity. In its article, the Journal states that the 10 schools listed...  read more

Barry Univ. to resume operations in Jacksonville on Tuesday, Oct. 11

Barry University will resume all operations at its site in Jacksonville on Tuesday, Oct. 11. Additionally, all student, university and third party events scheduled at this location will also resume. All Barry University campuses, sites and points of delivery will now be open and fully operational as of Oct. 11. For the latest updates, please visit...  read more

Poverty awareness simulation impacts Barry community

Barry University recently offered a new campus event to create awareness about the realities of poverty and shift perceptions about individuals trapped in the system. The Poverty Simulation, offered at universities across the country, is designed to help participants understand what it is like to live in a typical, low-income family and the...  read more

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