Spring 2010 Issue
The Lost Boys
As one of the Lost Boys of Sudan, Valentino Achak Deng became all too familiar with the daily realities of war and death
South Seas in South Florida
As Barry University entered its 70th year, it began 2010 with its annual Founders’ Ball January 16 at the Doral Golf Resort and Spa.
A True Champion
A champion has been appointed to lead the way for major fundraising at Barry University.
First in Line
Barry Law School student Josue Merino was awarded the first-ever joint scholarship from the Hispanic Bar Association of Central Florida (HBACF) and the Hispanic Heritage Scholarship Fund of Metro Orlando.
Supply and Demand
The Division of Nursing is helping to alleviate the nation’s nursing shortage thanks to a recent award of $477,000 from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
The Princeton Review has listed Barry University’s Andreas School of Business as one of the nation’s top business schools.
Former Sen. Bob Graham visited Barry December 2, 2009, for an event sponsored by the Community Learning Partnership (CLP) of Greater Miami Shores.
Motion to Impress
The Barry University School of Law trial team made a lasting first impression November 15, 2009, by becoming national champions of the Georgetown University Law Center White Collar Crime Tournament.
Bradley Bakotic, DPM, DO, and Bako Pathology Services in Alpharetta, Georgia, awarded $100,000 to the School of Podiatric Medicine for the renovation and technological upgrade of the Gross Anatomy Lab in Wiegand Hall.
Barry senior Christine Willingham was one of only 20 students from across the country chosen to take part in a recent Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) practicum at the United Nations.
Rocking the Boat
In December 2009, Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government hosted a conference, "Controlling Maritime Piracy."
The U.S. Department of Education awarded congressionally directed grants of $95,000 and $167,000 to the College of Arts and Sciences.
The Department of Physical Sciences received a $761,200 congressionally directed grant to support its Institute for Collaborative Science Research.
Andrea Ivory, a student in Barry’s School of Adult and Continuing Education (ACE), was among 10 finalists nominated for CNN’s 2009 Hero of the Year Award.
Nearly 6,000 South Floridians signed up to be volunteers for the National Football League’s Super Bowl and Pro Bowl games played at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens in late January and early February.
Commonly called a world celebrity, even a 'rock star' - Barry honors students describe the Dalai Lama as 'laid back.'
Not in Kansas anymore
Barry’s International Assistant program helps students adapt to life far away from home.