Marie A. Hulme, M.F.A, M.A., M.A.T

Marie A. Hulme, M.F.A, M.A., M.A.T

Lecturer, English
Adjunct Instructor, Catholic Studies

Marie Hulme is a lecturer of English and the creator and former director of SHUsquare at Sacred Heart University, the virtual public square project. Previously she worked as a journalist for ABC News in London. Her writing has won national recognition, and she is currently at work on her first novel.

University Service:

  • First Year Experience Committee
  • Chair, Dean's Task Force on Virtual Public Square Project (2011)
  • Lilly Foundation Conference Faculty Presenter (April 2012)
  • Common Core Faculty Committee (2011-present)
  • Great Challenges Curriculum Committee (2012-present)
  • Academic Advisor (2012-present)
  • AAC&U High Impact Practices Summer Institute 2013 (Madison Wisconsin):Selected by Provost to five member team
  • Map-Works Student Success and Student Retention Faculty support 
  • Search Committee Member, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, 2014


Degrees and Certifications

    • MFA, Fairfield University
    • M.A., English and American Literature, New York University
    • M.A. Teaching, Sacred Heart University
    • B.A., English, Smith College


    • State of Connecticut Secondary English Certification

Teaching Responsibilities

    • First Year Seminar "The Irish Imagination: Yeats to Bono" (FYEN125)
    • Literary Expressions of the Human Journey (ENCC102) - Common Core English Course

Publications and Presentations

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    • Sloan –C Conference, Orlando, FL, November 2013 "Integrating Interactive Technology to Promote Learner Autonomy: Challenges and Rewards". 
    • AAC&U (American Association of Colleges and Universities) Providence, RI., October 2013 Global Learning Conference: "Establishing an Engaged Community of Learners around Global Questions Using Interactive Technology"
    • Core Curriculum Interdisciplinary Faculty presentation on Integrative Technology Pedagogy, 2010
    • Colloquium: Self Reflection in Art and Literature (available on iTunes U), 2010
    • English Department Faculty presentation on on-line assessments, discussion boards, journaling, 2011
    • Education Department presentation on Pedagogical Benefits of Blogging (available on SHU website), 2011
    • Assistant Dean’s presentation on Global Education competency skills and theCore curriculum, 2011
    • Dean’s Professional Development presentation on Digital Writing 2012
    • Colloquium: JOB: Religious and Artistic reflections on suffering as transformation, 2012 (available on iTunesU)

Contact Information

Office Location & Hours

  • Location:
    Academic Building HC*221N
    College of Arts and Sciences

    Catholic Studies
    Academic Building HC*221N
    College of Arts and Sciences
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