Meet the Team








Dr. Johanna Prince
Director of Graduate Programs in Education
Ed.D. UMaine
MSEd University of New England
BA Colby College

Dr. Johanna Prince is the Director of Graduate Programs in Education and Program Coordinator for a collaborative Masters of Education in Instructional Technology.  She teaches graduate courses in research and educational technology; and in all teaching focuses on how teacher practice is connected to student outcomes.  She has taught in K-12 and higher education settings; both in Maine and in Switzerland.










Sandra MacArthur
Director of Educational Outreach
M.S. University of Maine
C.A.S. University of Maine
B.S. Husson College

Sandra MacArthur is the Director of Educational Outreach. She has 10 years of teaching experience at the K-12 level, and 11 years of service in Administrative capacities. Her administration experience includes serving as a Director of Special Services and as Superintendent of Schools in Union 113 and MSAD 59. She is the former Executive Director of the Maine Superintendents Association.



Martha Smiley
Administrative Specialist II

Martha Smiley is the full time Administrative Assistant in the Graduate office. She joined the team in March of 2017. Martha brings with her a background in administrative in student support, record keeping and special projects. Martha assists students throughout their time in the graduate office from inquiry to graduation. She is available by email or phone to answer any questions you may have about our MSEd., Certificate or MMCP programs.

Phone: 207-778-7502



Destiny Long
Administrative Specialist II

Destiny is the half time administrative specialist in the Graduate Office. She joined the team in August of 2017, which allowed her to return to her hometown of Farmington. She brought with her a background of administrative support in the areas of grants, intellectual property, and university development, as well as a reputation for providing outstanding customer service. Destiny is now using her skills to assist students, prospective students, faculty and staff to navigate the policies and procedures for the Graduate Office.  She is available to answer any questions you may have about our SPARC program, single course registration and upcoming events.

Phone: 207-778-7213

Sue Farris
Coordinator of Educational Assessment & Special Projects
M.Ed. Plymouth State University
B.S. Granite State College

As the Coordinator of Educational Assessment and Special Projects, Sue is responsible for collecting, analyzing, and interpreting assessment and other data for graduate programs and in support of accreditation efforts, as well as planning and executing special events for the Office of Graduate Studies. She teaches undergraduate courses in psychology and instructional design, and has a special interest in Adult Learning and Development.

Phone: 207-778-7315