April 20, 2022
Keely McCaskie M’23, a public school administrator in Denver, Colo., is pursuing her master’s degree in community engagement online in the Winston School of Education and Social Policy.
June 30, 2021
Associate Professor Anne Gatling invites local physical education (PE) teachers to present to her health science education classes every spring at Merrimack. The brief course presentations have become a campus favorite and offer Merrimack students the chance to hear from people in the field and develop their network.

Notable & Quotable

Christine Shaw, Ph.D., professor of practice in graduate education, assisted the Linwood Ambulance in North Woodstock, NH, to obtain a SAMSA grant that will allow for more training and professional development opportunities for first responders. This project will create 20 new EMTs and educate an additional 230 EMTs on topics including mental health, opioid addiction, and substance abuse. This will also provide education to recertify all EMTs that take the education.

Kathryn Welby, Ed.D., associate professor of practice in the Winston School of Education and Social Policy. On June 15, Dr. Welby published Teaching Neurodiverse Students in Inside Higher Ed. The article provides detailed suggestions for how to provide accommodations while continuing to maintain high standards.