Barry Faculty Fellows


The Harriet Mullin Barry Fund ‘32 for International Learning was established by Tom Barry and Martha Barry Horsburgh ’65 in honor of their mother, Harriet Mullin Barry. The fund facilitates global dimensions to education at Hathaway Brown School by providing financial support to faculty members to broaden their horizons of international discovery and become resident experts on particular topics or countries. Faculty members submit proposals in the fall of each academic year, and Barry Fellows are announced in January. Sharing one’s experience is an integral part of being a Barry Fellow, and recipients work across all divisions and departments to educate students, faculty, and parents. The Harriet Mullin Barry Fund ’32 for International Learning has enabled Hathaway Brown to become a leader in developing global citizens.

Barry Fund for Faculty International Travel

Trip applications...

  • Applications are completed in an online form. It is possible to save your work for completion at a later date. Scroll to the bottom of the application and click on the Save for Later button. A box will appear below that button where you will enter your email address. Select Send Link. You will see a confirmation at the top that your submission has been saved for later completion and an email with a special link has been sent to the email address you provided. You should use the link in the email when you are ready to complete this submission.
  • You should confirm that you have received the email before you close the form.



  • Mary Boutton - Sweden


  • Bill Rice - Panama
  • Carol Sphar –Italy


  • Bitty Dorr – Brazil
  • Kathy Zopatti – Brazil


  • Frannie Foltz – Italy


  • Sharon Baker – Costa Rica
  • Chela Crinnion - Costa Rica
  • Joe Vogel – Russia


  • Joe Vogel – Indonesia


  • Bitty Dorr - China
  • Hui Ling Haldeman – China
  • Bridgette Nadzam-Kasubick – China


  • Joe Vogel – East Timor


  • Almuth Riggs – Russia


  • Jen Cochran – England
  • Ali Day – Greece
  • Stephanie Heidemann – Japan & Taiwan
  • Stacy Eisenberg – Australia
  • Patty Hunt – Germany
  • Linday Wohlever – Germany


  • Zoe Jenkins – Mexico


  • Marlene Leber – Ghana
  • Glenn Looman – England


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