Barbara Dalmut

Barbara Dalmut (no photo)

Adjunct - Summer

Academic Credentials

B.S.Ed. Social Science Education, University of Georgia 1975
J.D., University of Georgia School of Law 1978
M.Ed. Catholic School Leadership, Marymount University 2009


Mrs. Barbara S. Dalmut has been an Adjunct Professor at Marymount University since 2015. She teaches the Building School-Community Relations course in the Catholic School Leadership Program. She is currently the Principal of St. Bernadette Catholic School (PK-8) in Springfield, Virginia. She has served as Principal at St. Ambrose Catholic School in Annandale, Virginia, where she taught 5th – 8th grades prior to accepting the leadership role.

Mrs. Dalmut is currently on the School Board at St. John Paul the Great High School in Dumfries, Virginia, and served on the Board of Governors for Bishop Ireton High School in Alexandria, Virginia for seven years. She is also on the Board of Directors of Sliding Doors STEM and Dyslexia Learning Center, a non-profit that seeks to support students with dyslexia through tutoring and enrichment in STEM activities.

Mrs. Dalmut holds degrees from the University of Georgia, the University of Georgia School of
Law, and Marymount University. She holds a Virginia Post-Graduate professional license with
endorsements in Admin and Supervision PreK-12, History and Social Sciences, and Advanced
Catechist Certification in the Catholic Diocese of Arlington.

Other Information

Teaching Area

  • Building School Community Relations
  • Leadership in Catholic Education

Research Interests

  • Leadership in Catholic Schools
  • Faith Formation of Faculty and Students
  • Character Education
  • Team-building
  • Dyslexia and Learning Challenges