Halsey Frank

Title: Lecturer I - Part Time

Eric Mehnert

Title: Part-Time Faculty

Sharon McMahon Sawyer, J.D., LL.M.

Title: Program Coordinator of Justice Studies, Assistant Professor

Email: sharon.mcmahon@maine.edu
Phone: 207.621.3257
Address: Jewett Hall Room 118

Bry Martin

Title: Assistant Prof. of Justice Studies; Public Administration Program Coordinator

Bry Martin’s teaching interests center on legal writing, legal history, administrative law, and property law. A graduate of Harvard Law School, he has served as a managing editor for the Harvard Environmental Law Review, mediated in small claims courts throughout … Read More

Chief Noel C. March, M.A.

Title: Lecturer of Justice Studies, Director of the Maine Community Policing Institute

Noel March is presently serving as both a member of the Justice Studies faculty and as Director of the Maine Community Policing Institute at the University of Maine at Augusta. He is most notably the former 39th United States Marshal … Read More

Eric D. Allain

Title: Staff Associate for Academic and Career Advising
Expertise: Academic Advising, Accuplacer Placement Testing, Prior Learning Assessment - Testing (CLEP, DSST, Departmental Challenge Exams, NLN).

Program Liaison for: Architecture, Justice Studies, Music.

Pierrette Ayotte

Title: Lecturer II - Part Time

Pierrette Ayotte retired from the State of Maine after a 28-year career. Twelve years included working for the Department of Public Safety at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy, ending as the Training Coordinator for Basic Corrections. The last 12 years … Read More

Anthony Cartlidge

Title: Lecturer I - Part Time

Anthony Cartlidge is currently at the Maine State Prison as Corrections Unit Management. Education BS in Justice Studies, UMA. BS in Business Admin. Mgt., UMA. Masters of Business Administration, Thomas College.

Debra J. Crosby

Title: Adjunct Professor of Justice Studies

Not long ago I was a single parent, working part-time as a personal care attendant. I came to the UMA Bangor Campus and signed up as a part-time student, and now I am proud to say that I’m a UMA … Read More

Graham Danzer

Title: Lecturer I - Part Time

Graham Danzer is a Senior Psychologist at Florida State Hospital. Education BS in Political Science, Northern Arizona University. MSW, PPSC in Social Work, San  Francisco State University. Master Registered Addiction Specialist (M-RAS) in Substance Abuse, Breining Institute. PsyD in Clinical … Read More

Cynthia Homer

Title: Lecturer I - Part Time

Cynthia Homer is a Latent Print Supervisor & Technical Manager at the Maine State Police Lab. Education BS in Chemistry, John Carroll University. MS in Forensic Science, University of Illinois @ Chicago.

Thomas Howland

Title: Part-Time Lecturer of Justice Studies

Thomas Howland is a Correctional Care and Treatment Worker at the Maine State Prison. Education Master of Science in Justice Studies, Southern New Hampshire University, 2014. Bachelor of Science in Administration of Justice, University of Maine at Augusta, 2009. Training Maine Criminal … Read More

Richard Lumb

Title: Lecturer III - Part Time

Grace McCarthy

Title: Lecturer I - Part Time

Jeffrey Silverstein

Title: Part-Time Faculty

Jeffrey Silverstein has a Bachelor of Music from Syracuse University and his J.D. and M.S.L. (Master of Environmental Law) from Vermont Law School. He is a criminal defense attorney in Bangor, Maine.

Brian Strout

Title: Part-Time Faculty

Eugene Sullivan

Title: Lecturer II - Part Time

Gene Sullivan is a Junior Partner at the Joseph M. Baldacci Law Firm. Education BA, School of Communications. JD, Roger Williams University of Law.

Tammy Thompson

Title: Lecturer I - Part Time

Tammy Ham-Thompson was appointed a District Court judge in 2018. Before her appointment to the District Court, Judge Ham-Thompson was a Family Court Magistrate in Lewiston, Maine. Before serving as magistrate, she was a partner at Farris Law in Gardiner, … Read More

Stephen Wessler

Title: Lecturer II - Part Time

SteVE  Wessler, an attorney, developed and directed the civil rights enforcement effort at the Maine Department of the Attorney General from 1992 to 1999. In 1996, Mr. Wessler developed with others the Civil Rights Teams Project, a hate violence prevention … Read More

Amber Wotton

Title: Lecturer I - Part Time

Amber Wotton is a Project Manager and Case Manager at Maine Pretrial Services. Education BA in Psychology, University of New Hampshire. BA in Justice Studies, University of New Hampshire. MA in Forensic Psychology, Argosy University Washington, DC.