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Counseling Program’s Beta Upsilon Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota receives national recognition

Counseling Program’s Beta Upsilon Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota receives national recognition

The Counseling Program's Beta Upsilon Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota (BU-CSI) within the Adrian Dominican School of Education recently received national recognition during CSI days at the American Counseling Association Conference in New Orleans. Chi Sigma Iota is the Counseling Academic and professional Honor Society International. The following are...

ADSOE May 2019 Newsletter

ADSOE May 2019 Newsletter

Message from the Dean Greetings from the Adrian Dominican School of Education! I hope the first half 2019 has been good to you and that your last few months have been energized with enthusiasm and resilience as you've tackled the daily grind. It's hard to believe that I am in my fourth year as the Dean of ADSOE; it is true when they say the "days...

Dr. Lauren Shure Receives CCSI award

Dr. Lauren Shure Receives CCSI award

During the sixth annual Community Engagement Awards hosted by the Center for Community Service Initiatives (CCSI). Dr. Lauren Shure, an associate professor of counseling in the School of Education received the Community Engagement Educator Award. Dr. Shure assisted Pridelines with accessing much-needed mental-health counseling service for...

Dr. Raul Machuca Publishes Book chapter

Dr. Raul Machuca Publishes Book chapter

Dr. Machuca has been honored with getting his book chapter on Live Play Therapy Supervision published in the Developing and Sustaining Play Therapy Clinics book. Play therapy training clinics are an important aspect of the clinical mental health field. An approved play therapy training center should offer direct play therapy services to children...

A Message from the Dean

A Message from the Dean

Dear Fellow Educator, Happy Teacher Appreciation Week 2019! You deserve all the praise, recognition, and most of all appreciation, not just this week, but always. As an educator of almost 40 years, I see you. Every day, our most precious resources come to you for knowledge, inspiration, guidance, support, and love. You wear many hats, face daily...

Eighteen ADSOE students present at TQR Conference

Eighteen ADSOE students present at TQR Conference

Eighteen students from the Adrian Dominican School of Education attended the tenth annual The Qualitative Report (TQR) Conference Jan. 16-18 at NOVA Southeastern University. During the conference, Barry students highlighted their qualitative work, which included the following presentations. Ruth Ban “Understanding One Researcher's Obuchenie:...

Open House for Educators
ADSOE represents at the 42nd EERA Conference

ADSOE represents at the 42nd EERA Conference

Over 20 Barry University alumni, doctoral students, and faculty presented their research at the 42nd Annual Conference of the Eastern Educational Research Association, which was held in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, February 20-23, 2019. A review of research topics underscores Barry University's Core Commitments as well as a spirit of collegiality...

ADSOE Dean Dr. Jill Farrell receives inaugural award from the Education Fund

ADSOE Dean Dr. Jill Farrell receives inaugural award from the Education Fund

Dr. Jill Beloff Farrell, dean of the Adrian Dominican School of Education (ADSOE), was recently honored as the first-ever recipient of The Education Fund's Impact in Education Award. This inaugural honor was given to Farrell for her dedication to the field of education and commitment to advancing and growing teacher leaders over the last 40 years....

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