Rommy Fuller-Young, M.Ed., Ed.S, Ph.D., is a former classroom teacher and Wilson Instructor who specializes in language and literacy for students of all ages.
After obtaining a B.A. in Family Studies and a Master of Education from the University of New Hampshire, Fuller taught in the public school system for several years. She holds a terminal degree in language and literacy (Ed.S.) through Simmons College and completed her doctoral work there, as well. Aside from courses specifically geared toward language and literacy instruction, Fuller has taught a variety of different subjects over the years, offers professional development for schools throughout New England, and completes language and literacy evaluations for families. Now the Education Program director at Norwich University, she is enjoying the opportunity to share her passion for teaching and learning with our students.
“There are few professions as noble as teaching. Let’s be honest, teaching is tremendously difficult, but it is also one of the most rewarding careers that one can enjoy. If you want to contribute positively to society by influencing and inspiring future generations, come to Norwich University and study Education. You will work hard, you will be challenged, you will HAVE FUN, and then you will walk into your first year of teaching with the tools and preparation to flourish. Since Vermont shares certification reciprocity with nearly all other states, if you graduate from the teacher preparation program at Norwich, you can easily apply to teaching positions just about anywhere. Come and see what Education at Norwich is all about!” – Rommy Fuller-Young