The College of Education is growing, adding two new members to its team.
Nicole Garrity is the undergraduate program coordinator. She worked as a school psychologist in San Diego and Wilmington before moving to work in the Sussex County Consortium.
Garrity has been teaching at Wilmington University in the undergraduate and graduate programs for the past three years. In her new role, she will be working closely with WilmU’s early childhood and elementary programs to develop and extend partnerships with organizations and community colleges. She also will focus on on-boarding new faculty.
Megan Schnetzer is the new lead adjunct instructor. For the past six years, she has been an elementary and special education teacher in the Appoquinimink School District. For the past two years, she has been teaching in a pilot program for students with a classification of severe autism.
At WilmU, Schnetzer will continue developing and growing the College of Education’s cohort-based coursework and will bring her experience and expertise to special education coursework.