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ADSOE celebrates Outstanding Students at annual award ceremony

On Wednesday, April 15, The Adrian Dominican School of Education hosted its third annual Outstanding Student Recognition ceremony to recognize the achievement and leadership of its students. The ceremony was attended by students, staff, parents, and alumni. Members of the ADSOE faculty eloquently recognized the student award winners, each in their...  read more

ADSOE assistant dean among representatives at College Opportunity Day of Action

On December 4, 2014, Sylvia Fernandez, associate dean of Barry University's Adrian Dominican School of Education, joined President Obama, the First Lady, and Vice President Biden, along with hundreds of college presidents and other higher education leaders to announce new actions to help more students prepare for and graduate from college....  read more

Tanya Johnson named new Clinical Services Manager of the Dr. Maureen Duffy Family Enrichment Center

The Department of Counseling in the Adrian Dominican School of Education has named Tanya Johnson, LMHC, NCC, DCC, as the new clinical service manager of the Dr. Maureen Duffy Family Enrichment Center. In her now position as clinical services manager, Johnson will manage the center's daily operation and help the master's students track their...  read more

Counseling Alumna Michaelia Robinson becomes President of the Florida Association of Marriage and Family Counseling

Barry University alumna Michaelia Robinson was recently selected president of the Florida Association of Marriage and Family Counseling (FAMFC), a division of the Florida Counseling Association. Robinson is a 2014 graduate of Barry's M.S. in counseling degree. This is Robinson's first leadership position with the FAMFC. Her goals for her year-long...  read more

PhD counseling student George Walker selected as an NBCC MFP Fellow

The NBCC Foundation, an affiliate of the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC), recently selected student George Walker for the National Board for Certified Counselors Minority Fellowship Program (NBCC MFP). As an NBCC MFP Fellow, Walker will receive funding and training to support his education and facilitate his service to underserved...  read more

ADSOE adds Minor in Education

The Barry University Adrian Dominican School of Education is pleased to announce the addition of a minor in education to the ADSOE offerings. A Minor in Education is a great way for you to explore teaching within your subject area, learn different facets of education, and gain experience working with students in a variety of settings. Completing...  read more

Chi Sigma Iota-Beta Upsilon chapter and the Department of Counseling host Sixth Annual Graduate Student Conference

On Saturday, April 5, Barry's Department of Counseling hosted the Sixth Annual Graduate Student Conference for counseling graduate students. The conference included students from Lynn University and Barry's Sport Psychology and Counseling departments. The keynote speaker was Dr. Katharine Campbell, LCSW, who provided insight into current issues...  read more

School of Education Celebrates Outstanding Students

The Adrian Dominican School of Education celebrated its second annual Outstanding Student Recognition event on April 3, 2014. Awards were given to a faculty selected outstanding student from each department. Students were selected based on outstanding academic achievement, leadership among peers, and promise to their field and discipline. Faculty...  read more

Hard work pays off for counseling PhD student

A college education may not guarantee a dream job, but with hard work and the right amount of extracurricular involvement, it will likely get you much closer to that goal. Just ask Taylor Burrowes Nixon. Even before graduating from Barry's counseling doctoral program, her hard work and immersion has prepared her for a new position as deputy chair...  read more

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