0 Ann Monroe-Baillargeon

Ann Monroe-Baillargeon

Ann Monroe-Baillargeon

Associate Provost; Dean of Education and Psychology; Director of MSEd Program

Prior to my career in Higher Education, I have taught children with significant special needs for 17 years. Experiencing firsthand the power of teachers to impact the lives of all children, I chose to continue my career in Educational Leadership and Teacher Education. Having lived and worked in the upstate NY area for many years, I know firsthand the impact that Houghton University faculty have had regionally, nationally, and globally. It is an honor to join the Houghton University Community as an administrator and teacher educator, an inclusive faith-based community, which allows students, faculty, and staff to learn, explore, and celebrate together both who they are, and who they are called to be.


  • Ph.D. Teaching and Curriculum | Syracuse University: School of Education
    Specialization: Reading & Lang. Arts
  • M.S. Educational Administration | University of Southern Maine
    Specialization: Spec. Ed. Administration
  • B.A. Special Education | University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
    Specialization: Students with significant disabilities, minor in adaptive physical ed.

Honors and Awards

Teaching Certifications:
New York
  • School District Administrator, permanent
  • School Admin. /Supervision, permanent
  • Teacher: Special Education K-12, permanent

Courses Taught

  • Houghton University Education Department: EDUC 235 Educating Exceptional Learners

Previously at other Colleges/Universities

  • ESSI 603 Characteristics of Learners with Significant Behavior Needs
  • GEDU 502 Meeting the Needs of all learners in School Counseling Programs.
  • ESSI 607 Methods of Teaching Students with Behavioral Disabilities

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