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College dean

Louis Michael Barsi, American college dean. Recipient Disting Service award for developing career awareness program Boy Scouts American, 1985, National Quality District award Bucktail Council, Bachelor of Scientific Agriculture, 1987.


Barsi, Louis Michael was born on August 26, 1941 in Port Reading, New Jersey, United States. Son of Louis Joseph and Mary Alice (Remak) Barsi.


Bachelor, University Oklahoma, 1963. Master of Arts, Center Michigan University, 1966. Master of Arts in Education, University Northern Iowa, 1971.

Educational Specialist, University Wisconsin, Stout, 1978. Doctor of Philosophy, George Mason University, 1991.


Teacher Searing School, New York City, 1963-1964, Annunciation High School, Detroit, 1964-1965. Dean of students Mount St. Clare College, Clinton, Iowa, 1969-1976, chairman social science division, 1975-1976, athletic director, 1970-1976. Coordinator finance aid University Wisconsin, Waukesha, 1977-1980, administrator honors program, 1978-1980.

Assistant campus director, dean of student affairs Pennsylvania State University, DuBois, 1980-1987. Program associate academy programs and director of the center for educational opportunity and achievement American Association State Colleges and Universities, Washington, 1988-1990, executive assistant to the president, 1990-1991. Dean student services Delaware Technology and Community College, Terry Campus, Dover, 1991-1995, Bluefield (West Virginia) State College, since 1995.

Intern Office Educational Research and Improvement United States Department of Education, Washington, 1987-1988, Council on Post-Secondary Accreditation, Washington, 1988. Board director Center for Educational Opportunity and Achievement. Member review panel United States Department Education-Regional Training Workshop, 1989, review panel council advancement and support education 1988-1991.

Group leader Student Personnel Conference, University Northern Iowa. Speaker on student leadership training to various high schools, colleges and conferences, since 1987.


  • Other Work

    • Co-developer of institutional, faculty, and student inventories of good practice in undergraduate education. Contributor articles to professional journals.


Board directors HANDS, Clinton, Iowa, 1970-1971. Member personnel committee Du Bois Young Men’s Christian Association, 1982-1984. Board directors, member budget and finance committee DuBois United Way, 1983-1987, chairman long-range planning committee, 1984-1986, co-chairman education division 1985 campaign, secretary, 1985-1987, vice president and chairman campaign committee, 1986, president, 1987, AASCU United Way campaign coordinator, 1990, 91.

Advisory Explorer Post, Boy Scouts American, 1981-1983, member executive committee Bucktail council, 1982-1987, board director career services, 1984-1987. Member planning committee Higher Education Group, Washington. Teaching assistant Center Michigan University, 1965-1966.

Research assistant University Northern Iowa, 1968-1969, George Mason University, 1987-1988. Assistantship University Wisconsin, Stout, 1976-1977. Leadership program Mercer-Tazewell Chamber of Commerce, 1996.

Member American Association State Colleges and Universities (Special Achievement award 1990), National Association Student Personnel Administrators, DuBois C. of Chamber (board directors 1981-1984, chairman governmental affairs committee 1981-1983), Pennsylvania State University DuBois Campus Alumni Society (board directors 1980-1987, board directors DuBois Educational Foundation 1987-1991), West Virginia Association of Student Personnel Administrators (member executive board since 1996), Greater Washington Society Association Executives (volunteer career counselor 1989-1992), DuBois Area History Society (co-founder), Rotary (board directors, 1982-1987, vice president 1983, president 1985-1986), Phi Delta Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta, Phi Theta Kappa.


Louis Joseph Barsi

Mary Alice (Remak) Barsi