Author: MacKenzie Riley Young

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    Five Things to Know About Ed

    Ed Cervone is new to the Thomas College team; over the summer, he jumped into his role as Executive Director of the Center for Innovation in Education and VP of […]

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    Catching Up with Philomena McPhee-Brown ’69, M.S. ’01

    Retired professor and alumna Philomena McPhee-Brown – known fondly among her colleagues as “Phil” or “McPhee” among students – had a lasting impact on the Thomas College Education program and its […]

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    Prepared For The Future

    Lilly Friars ’21, a Secondary Education Social Studies student, already feels prepared for her future classroom because of her courses in innovative course topics in technology.  “I’ve never thought of gaming as a teaching tool but gaining insight […]

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    Finding His Voice at Thomas College

    Gabe Crosby, Elementary Education student, describes the Lunder School of Education at Thomas College as forward-thinking.   “Thomas is preparing us for the direction that education is headed in. Professors are integrating new findings and giving […]

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    Meet Sierra Rhoda

    Sierra Rhoda ’21 plans to earn her Elementary Education degree in three years and her Master’s in Education in her fourth year.  “The benefit for me is shaving off an […]

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    The Educators Behind Future Teachers at Thomas College

    In September, the Thomas College community celebrated both the great strides it has made in education programming and the dedication of the Peter and Paula Lunder School of Education. Education faculty are already thinking about what comes next in the School’s evolution.   Dr. Wally Alexander has served at the College […]

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    A Team Trip of a Lifetime

    The Field Hockey team had the opportunity this fall to spend their preseason in Europe, traveling to Holland and Germany to play three games against high-caliber club teams. The team explored historic […]

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    Veteran Student Ethan Blake ’19 Cites Professor’s Influence as Key to Success

    Class of 2019 student Ethan Blake enrolled at Thomas College after serving as a full-time active duty member of the Marine Corps. Although his first semester in college left him […]

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    Alumni Volunteer Spotlight: Jasmine Turner ’16

    Congratulations to Jasmine Turner ’16 who recently accepted a position with Summit Utilities in the Business Development Department, all thanks to connections she made while at Thomas. As a student […]

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    Maine’s Strategic Economic Development Business Breakfast Hosted by Thomas College and Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce on January 9 in Waterville

    WATERVILLE, Maine, December 2019 – Commissioner of Economic and Community Development Heather Johnson will speak about moving Maine forward and creating a sustainable economy for all at Thomas College and […]