School of Education
As you adjust to your new normal, the faculty, staff, and administrative team in the School of Education want you to know that we are here to assist. If you have any questions about instructional delivery, assignments, etc., please contact us. Your instructors can be reached at their University email addresses. The School of Education staff and the administrative team can be reached via email or our office telephone numbers.
School of Education Operations
Dr. Audra Classen - firstname.lastname@example.org, (601) 266-4239
Dr. Noal Cochran – email@example.com, (601) 266-5917
Ms. Martha Resavy – firstname.lastname@example.org, (601) 266-5810
Dr. Kyna Shelley – email@example.com, (601) 266-4578
Ms. Rosie Sims – firstname.lastname@example.org, (601) 266-4597
Educational Field Experiences
Ms. Amanda Myrick – email@example.com, (601) 266-4571
Dr. Anne Sylvest – firstname.lastname@example.org, (601) 266-5241
Ms. Mona Williamson – email@example.com, (601) 266-4572
Student Academic Services
Ms. Alyssa Staubach - firstname.lastname@example.org, (601) 266-6143
Ms. Crystal Tolible - email@example.com, (601) 266-6189
Ms. April Franklin – firstname.lastname@example.org, (601) 266-6987
We are all in this together. We are all adjusting during this unprecedented time. It is important that we communicate, that we are flexible, and that we are patient.
Remember to review the Provost’s webpage daily [click on the ticker at the top of the usm.edu webpage for access]. If you are an elementary education, special education [including gifted], or educational administration major, ensure that you also visit the EPP website, which is linked to the Provost page.
Again, if you have any questions or concerns that the faculty, staff, or administrative team can address please contact us.
Practice social distancing. Wash your hands often. Stay home unless it is necessary to leave. Take time to breathe. Engage in activities you enjoy.
I am so glad that we are able to interact with one another in a manner that is similar to the norm.
Dr. Noal Cochran
Interim Director, School of Education
Challenge Yourself, Empower Others, Become a Professional Educator
Education is one of the most challenging and rewarding professions! Faculty in the School of Education prepare students for successful careers in a variety of educational settings, from early childhood through higher education. If you want to make a difference and enjoy working with students, consider a career in one of our professional education programs, offered at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Our experienced and dedicated faculty generate and disseminate knowledge that influences and enhances educational policies and practices across the state and nation. Join us and become a caring, qualified, confident educational professional!
The School of Education offers undergraduate programs in elementary education, special education and dual licensure (ELE/SPE) and graduate programs in educational administration, higher education, elementary education, special education, alternate route licensure, dyslexia therapy and educational research.
The School of Education teacher education and educational administration programs are accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. Teacher education programs are also accredited by the State Process and Performance Review.
- Dyslexia Therapy Education - Master's
- Educational Administration and Supervision - Master's, Specialists and Doctorate
- Educational Curriculum and Instruction - Master's
- Educational Research - Master's and Doctorate
- Higher Education Administration - Master's and Doctorate
- Secondary Teacher Education (Alternate Route) - Master's
- Special Education - Master's, Specialist and Doctorate