Martin, Cynthia Burns
Professor, Business Administration
MBA, Boston University
AB English Literature, Smith College
Professional Background, Scholarship Highlights
Professor Martin has served New England College for more than three decades, primarily teaching courses in the area of Business Administration, in the Management Division. During her career, she has served as Assistant Dean of Management Division, Chair of the Management Collegium and Chair of the Social Sciences Division. She has also served as Assistant Dean for Special Projects and coordinated several institutional self-studies for accreditation.
- New England College. Arcadia Publishing, 2016.
- Vinalhaven Island's Maritime Industries. Arcadia Publishing, 2015.
- Bodwell Granite Company Store & the Community of Vinalhaven, Maine, 1859-1919, Maine History, 2012.
Cynthia Burns Martin has a strong interest in the technological, economic, political and social changes that impacted domestic life in rural New England, during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Nowadays, she spends a lot of her free time in dusty archives, courthouses and town halls in small villages, engaged in primary document research that leads to various writing projects. In the past, she spent fifteen years as a licensed emergency medical technician, employed by municipal ambulance services in Henniker, New Hampshire and on the island of Vinalhaven, Maine.