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Two great events. One BIG day.

Two great events. One BIG day.

Saturday, October 14, 2017 | Miami Graduate & Undergraduate Healthcare Programs OPEN HOUSE9AM - 12PM Graduate Programs OPEN HOUSE2PM - 5PM

Dr. Kopp attends CAPSS Conference

Dr. Kopp attends CAPSS Conference

Dr. David M. Kopp was a keynote speaker at the 2017 Caribbean Association of Principals of Secondary Schools (CAPSS) held in Nassau, The Bahamas. He spoke on Educational Leadership: Style and Substance. Over 200 principals from throughout the Caribbean attended the conference.

Dr. David M. Kopp donates his papers on the German-American Bund to Barry University

Dr. David M. Kopp donates his papers on the German-American Bund to Barry University

Following the release of his second book “Famous and (Infamous) Workplace and Community Training: A Social History of Training and Development,” Dr. David M. Kopp has donated his papers/research that informed chapter five, Training Forced Labor in Nazi Germany, to the Barry University library. Much of this primary research included...

ADSOE faculty and students participate in the conference, "Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace Matter"

ADSOE faculty and students participate in the conference, "Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace Matter"

On June 14, 2017, the Organizational Learning and Leadership graduate students attended the "Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace Matter" conference organized by Human Resource Association of Broward County. The conference attendance was part of the graduate course Diversity in the Workplace. Following their outstanding presentations, Grant...

Barry alumna Tonjua Williams named president of St. Petersburg College

Barry alumna Tonjua Williams named president of St. Petersburg College

Barry University alumna Tonjua Williams, Ph.D., was recently selected to be the next president of St. Petersburg College. The college's Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Williams' appointment during a special meeting on May 31. Williams is currently the senior vice president of Student Services at St. Petersburg College, a capacity she has...

ADSOE programs selected to join Carnegie Project on Education Doctorate

ADSOE programs selected to join Carnegie Project on Education Doctorate

The Adrian Dominican School of Education's (ADSOE) Ed.D. Organizational Learning and Leadership (OLL) programs have been selected to join the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED). New members were chosen through a detailed application process and evaluated by a CPED committee. CPED is a consortium of over 100 graduate schools of...

Healthcare, Sport & Exercise Sciences Vitual Open House
Dr. Raul Machuca receives 2016 SACES’ Outstanding Program Clinical Supervisor Award

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;...

Barry University Ranked Among Top Value Counseling Master's Degrees in Florida

Barry University Ranked Among Top Value Counseling Master's Degrees in Florida

Barry University has been ranked among the top value master's degrees in counseling in Florida by Top Counseling Schools. This ranking was created using the Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs (CACREP) to acquire lists of the accredited counseling degrees available in each state. The top eight programs in...

Recruitment and Admissions Open House

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