Education Faculty

Kelly Kolodny, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Chair
Office: Dwight Hall 302
Dr. Kolodny serves as Chair of the department and teaches EDUC 200 Education in American Society with Field Study I.  She is the coordinator of the core courses for the Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Licensure and Master of Education programs.  Dr. Kolodny is assisting the University with NCATE preparations.


Lori Bihler, Ph.D. Assistant Professor
Office: May Hall 306
508 626 4835
Dr. Bihler teaches Professional Preparation with Field Study II, Modern European History, and supervises history student teachers.

Dr. Lori Bihler

Silvy Brookby, Ph.D. Assistant Professor
Office: Hemenway Hall 248
Dr. Brookby teaches math and science methods courses and supervises Early Childhood and Elementary student teachers. She is the counselor for the Kappa Chi chapter of the Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society as well as the advisor for the Education Club.

Brookby photo

James Cressey, Ph.D. Assistant Professor
Office: Hemenway Hall G04A

Dr. Cressey teaches special education methods for Early Childhood and Elementary Curriculum.  In addition, he supervises Early Childhood and Elementary student teachers.

Dr. James Cressey

Marlene Correia, Ed.D. Associate Professor
Office: Dwight Hall 326
Dr. Correia teaches early childhood literacy courses. In addition, she supervises field study students in the Jeanne M. Canelli Child Development Lab as well as student teachers in Early Childhood and Elementary education.

Dr. Marlene Correia

Sandra Gold, M.Ed.
Office: HH G10A
Mrs. Gold teaches social studies methods in the Early Childhood and Elementary programs. In addition, she supervises Early Childhood and Elementary student teachers.

Sandra Gold

Mary Grassetti, Ed.D. Assistant Professor
Office: Crocker Hall 211
Dr. Grassetti teaches elementary math and science methods courses. She also supervises student teachers in early childhood and elementary education.

Dr. Mary Grassetti

May Hara, Ph.D. Assistant Professor
Office:  Hemenway Hall 246M
Dr. Hara teaches EDUC 222 Sheltered English Immersion, and supervises early childhood and elementary practicum students.


Katherine Hibbard, Ph.D. Associate Professor
Office : Crocker Hall, Room 110
Dr. Hibbard teaches special education and technology courses in our secondary programs and serves as coordinator for the graduate program in special education.

Diane Lowe, Ed.D. Professor
Office: Crocker Hall, Room 309
Dr. Lowe teaches EDUC 322 The Child and Literacy with Field Study II. She serves as the advisor to Alpha Upsilon Alpha, the Honor Society of the International Reading Association. Dr. Lowe is the coordinator of the graduate program in Literacy and Language. She received the Distinguished Faculty Award in 2006.

Dr. Diane Lowe

Mary-Ann Stadtler-Chester, Ph.D. Associate Professor
Office: Whittemore Library C219
Dr. Stadtler-Chester teaches French, Chinese, EDUC 222 Sheltered English Immersion, EDUC 318 Professional Preparation with Field Study II, and supervises practicum students in the Education Department.

Dr. Mary-Ann Stadtler-Chester

Julia Zoino-Jeannetti, Ph.D. Associate Professor
Office : Dwight Hall, Room 326
Dr. Zoino-Jeannetti teaches EDUC 200 Education in American Society with Field Study I and supervises early childhood and elementary student teachers.

Dr. Julie Zoino-Jeannetti

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