Marilyn Nicholas

Professor and Online Coordinator

Marilyn Nicholas

Contact Information

PHONE
OFFICE
Hawkins Hall, Room 417A

Education

Ed.D., Teacher Education, The George Washington University,
D.C., 1976

M.Ed., Boston University,1963

A.B., Regis College, Weston MA, 1959

Quality Matters Certificate of Completion, May 2015

Areas of Expertise

Elementary Education, Cultural Responsive Teaching, Multicultural Education, Group Dynamics, Classroom Management, Supervision

Certified Peer Reviewer for Quality Matters 2015

Awards

Association of Teacher Educators: Distinguished Member (2011)
Regis College Alumni Excellence Award- 2014
Kappa Delta Pi – Elected as an Honorary Member into the Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of Kappa Delta 2015

Presentations

Nicholas, Marilyn, and Neapolitan, Jane (2012). Creating a Global Community of Learners: What it takes to develop and Online Master’s Degree Program? A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, San Antonio, Texas.

Nicholas, Marilyn and Dyer, LaTonya, (2011). Using Self Sustaining Models to Develop Online Programs. A paper presented at the Southeastern Association of Teacher Educators, Savannah, Ga.

Dyer, LaTonya, Cutler, Audrey and Nicholas, Marilyn (2011). Using Self Sustaining Models to Develop Online Programs. A paper presented at the Maryland Distance Learning Association Spring Conference.

Bryant, G.W. and Nicholas, M.L. (2000). Multicultural Education: Do Preservice and Inservice Teachers Understand. An Action Research Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, Orlando, Florida.

Bryant, G. W. and Nicholas, M.L. (1999). Impact of Team Teaching on Teacher Education Faculty. A paper presented at the Annual Southeastern Regional Conference, Mobile, Ala. November.