Professor Marie Hulme to attend Bread Loaf Writer's Conference

News Story: June 1, 2011
Adjunct instructor of English, Marie Hulme, has been invited to attend the Bread Loaf Writer’s Conference this August in Middlebury, Vermont. Marie will be working on her fiction and non-fiction projects, including a memoir Love Letters to London about her years as a journalist for ABC News living in London. In March, Marie traveled to San Francisco to accept third prize in a national memoir literary competition sponsored by the PEN Women of Nob Hill and read a chapter from her work titled “Journey to the Sea”. Marie holds a B.A. in English from Smith College, an M.A. in English and American literature from New York University, and recently completed her MAT here at Sacred Heart. Marie was awarded the Gold Medal of Excellence from the Isabelle Farrington School of Education for her Master’s paper “Integrating Interactive Technology into the Sacred Heart University Common Core English Curriculum” which examines the pedagogical benefits of engaging students through interactive technologies such as blogging and on-line discussions. Marie teaches the Common Core English course, “Literary Expressions of the Human Journey”.