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Nadine Bravo - Graduate Assistant (GA) of the Year

Congratulations to Nadine Bravo, who has just been named Graduate Assistant (GA) of the Year from USM Graduate Studies.

Farrah Giroux has been named ESOL Teacher of the Year

Farrah Giroux, part-time TESOL faculty, has been named ESOL Teacher of the Year by the Foreign Language Association of Maine.

Nadine Bravo - recipient of the NECTFL Scholarship for 2022

Congratulations to Nadine Bravo, who has been named as the recipient of the Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (NECTFL) scholarship for 2022.
Mark Matuzas

Mark Matuzas, TESOL Graduate Has Teacher Research Article Published

Mark Matuzas, TESOL Graduate Has Teacher Research Article Published

TESOL and Literacy Students and Alumnae Getting Published

Literacy and TESOL students and alumni have been busy. Here are a few who have gotten published lately...

USM TESOL Student is a 2019-20 Boren Fellow Recipient

Kimberly McLaughlin was selected as a 2019-2020 National Security Education Program (NSEP) David L. Boren Fellowship recipient.
2019 Most Affordable Badge

USM's TESOL Ranked #21 for Most Affordable Online Colleges

USM's TESOL Ranked #21 for Most Affordable Online Colleges. SR Education Group, a leading education research publisher founded in 2004, has just unveiled their 2019 rankings on GuidetoOnlineSchools.com.

Literacy Education Alumna Becomes Assistant Professor!

Yalda Kaveh, who received her M.S.Ed in 2013 from USM, has been hired as an Assistant Professor at the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers' College!
Badge for Most Affordable Online Colleges

USM's MSEd in TESOL Ranked #25 Nationally for Best Online Colleges

USM's MSEd in TESOL is ranked nationally #25 for Best Online Colleges and #23 for Most Affordable.
Portrait photo of USM alumna Amy Quirion

USM Education alumna awarded Fulbright to teach in Indonesia

After teaching immigrant children from Somalia, Djibouti, Angola, Congo and Kenya in Maine classrooms, USM Education alumna Amy Quirion wants to use her skills as an English teacher abroad. And she's doing it as a Fulbrighter.

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