People

Faculty

We welcome the opportunity to interact with you inside the classroom and out. Whether you are already in our department, or are thinking about joining one of our programs, we would be happy to discuss teaching strategies and career opportunities. Click on the links below to learn more about us. 

Full-time Faculty

Audrey Bartholomew

Assistant Professor

(207) 602-2685

abartholomew1@une.edu

Decary Hall
139

Audrey Bartholomew is an Assistant Professor in the Education Department.  Prior to coming to UNE, Audrey was a graduate assistant for the National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center in Charlotte, North Carolina where she worked with states on improving secondary transition practices for students with disabilities.  Audrey has taught both middle and high school and has worked with a wide range of students with disabilities in both segregated and inclusive settings. Read More

Expertise

Secondary transition for students with disabilities

inclusive practices and schools

positive behavior support

effective online teaching practices

Lane Clarke

Assistant Professor Literacy

(207) 602-2682

lclarke1@une.edu

Decary Hall
149

I taught fourth grade in Rochester, NY, Willamston, SC, and then reading intervention in Cincinnati, OH. I completed my doctorate in Literacy at the University of Cincinnati. Upon completion I taught courses in Literacy Education at the College of Mt. St. Joseph and Northern Kentucky University before coming to the University of New England. I have published two books, one edited book called High Tech Teaching Success (Prufrock Press)  with Dr. Kevin Besnoy and The Reading Turn Around  (Teachers College... Read More

Expertise

Literacy

Struggling Readers

Literacy and Technology

Course Development

Literature Circles

Gender and Education

Michelle Collay

Director, Online Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership

Professor

(207) 602-2010

mcollay@une.edu

Decary Hall

Michelle Collay is professor in the Department of Education. A former public school music teacher, she is a scholar-practitioner who integrates teaching and scholarship in higher education and PK-12 settings. Her research interests include teacher professional socialization with attention to how life experience shapes teachers' professional identities. Collay has worked as a school leadership coach in urban and rural settings, with school leaders engaged in developing professional learning communities. She continues to study constructivist teaching, leading, and equity-focused inquiry in... Read More

Professor

(207) 602-2228

shillman@une.edu

Decary Hall
151

Susan Hillman is the founding director of the Center for the Enrichment of Teaching and Learning and full professor at the University of New England.  She has taught in higher education since 1983 when she received her Ph.D. from Indiana University (IU) in Curriculum and Instruction with a minor in law (IU Law School).  She has taught extensively in the areas of science pedagogy, mathematics pedagogy, school law, and general curriculum and instruction methodology.  Her research interests include evolving issues... Read More

Expertise

School law

measuring dispositions in pre-service teachers

teacher education effectiveness

math and science elementary methods

social justice mediation.

Carol Marcotte

Associate Lecturer

(207) 602-2242

cmarcotte@une.edu

Decary Hall
137

Dr. Carol Marcotte completed her doctorate in School Administration & Supervision at Berne University International Graduate School in St. Kitts, West Indies. Her primary specialty areas include literacy and educational leadership.

Carol’s education career started as a regular classroom and special education teacher. Multi-age and looping schedules were part of her classroom expertise.  In addition to working as a classroom teacher, she was a principal for 8 years. Her first role at University of New England... Read More

Expertise

Educational leadership

curriculum development

Literacy

PK-12 School Administration

Professional Development

Heather Dwyer Sadlier

Associate Professor

(207) 602-2566

hsadlier@une.edu

Decary Hall

Dr. Heather Dwyer Sadlier is an Associate Professor and Diversity Educator. She teaches the following courses: American Education, Causes & Cost of Inequity, Educational Psychology & Classroom Management, Literacy for Diverse Learners, and Social Studies Methods. Dr. Sadlier worked with the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Diversity to contribute to the development of the University of New England's Diversity Leadership Certificate program. She teaches two of the program's required workshops: Bias & Stereotypes and Socioeconomic Class-Classism.

Prior to earning her... Read More

Expertise

Biases & Stereotypes

Bullying

& Hate Prevention

Inclusive Classroom/School Climate

Diversity Education

Adjunct

Justin Roy

M.S.Ed., C.A.G.S.

Adjunct Professor

(207) 602-2692

jroy6@une.edu

Off-Campus

Justin Roy has been in education for over twenty-one years, mostly at the middle school level. He earned his MSEd through the University of New England fifteen years ago and also completed the CAGS program in Educational Leadership. Currently, he is the Assistant Principal of Spaulding High School in Rochester, NH.  It is one of the largest high schools in NH with 1600 students and 230 staff members.  Roy mostly oversees the science and english departments, and provides guidance on... Read More

Expertise

Middle School Education

Educational leadership

Classroom Management

Curriculum

Instruction

Staff

Emeriti

Professor Emeritus

(207) 602-2685

mbeaudoin@une.edu

Decary Hall

Expertise

Distance / online education

adult/continuing education

international education

program planning/evaluation

accreditation

educational leadership.