Dr. Carol Warner
Dr. Carol Warner is the Mathematics Coordinator for PACE and Associate Professor of Mathematics. She also serves as the Alpha Chi Honor Society moderator. She joined Barry in 2009, after 17 years with the University of Arkansas system, where she was very active. She helped change the climate of her campus through years of innovative statistical student surveys. She chaired many faculty committees, sponsored numerous student organizations – including the Organization of Adult and Returning Students, and won the Master Teacher of the Year award in 2006. Warner has been involved in community service on every level. She was a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity, the United Way, Meals on Wheels, Girl Scouts, the Adolescent Pregnancy Clinic, Project Compassion, the American Cancer Society, the Chamber of Commerce and the Red Cross. She was a founding board member of the Single Parent Scholarship program, designed websites for local non-profits, helped coordinate the community arts festival, provided guided tours of historical homes, and was an invited motivational speaker for the Women’s Crisis Center. Warner is currently a sustaining member of the Junior League of the Palm Beaches, and volunteers at the Kravis Center and at the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League. A Phi Beta Kappa and recipient of the Fulbright Senior Scholar award, Warner earned her doctorate in 2005. Her area of expertise is math anxiety and factors influencing the success of mathematics students.