Office:Education, Democracy & Social Change, Rounds Hall Rm 026, MSC 38, Plymouth, NH 03264
Sarah Jusseaume has a PhD in Education (Curriculum & Instruction). Her research focuses on the post-secondary experiences of adolescents and emerging adults. Specifically, her work explores identity development among first-generation college students in New Hampshire. Dr. Jusseaume is a faculty member at Plymouth State University (PSU) where she teaches in the Elementary Education & Youth Development program. Prior to joining PSU, she worked as a faculty member at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) for more than 10 years where she taught courses in English, English as a Second Language (ESL) and Education. Dr. Jusseaume also has a Master’s degree in Applied Linguistics and an extensive background in language instruction. She has additional teaching experience in k-12 schools, community-based adult education, and community college as well as experience teaching abroad in South Korea.