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JOHN MARSHALL received his Ph.D. from Texas A&M University and is the Internship Coordinator for the University of Southern Maine’s Department of Technology. His specialization is Industrial Power and Automation, focusing on active/intelligent materials and advanced control systems. Grants have enabled him to design and equip a state-of-the-art power and control problem solving learning environment.
JUNE MARSHALL received her doctorate from North Carolina State University and is Chair of the Department of Education at St. Joseph’s College in Maine. Her specialization is learning strategies focusing specifically in cooperative leaning and character education.
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