Academic Faculty

Instructor of World Languages
Joined Saint Mary's in 2015

M.S., English, Rutgers University
B.A., English, State University of New York, Oneonta

Ed Denault, instructor of Spanish, joined Saint Mary’s faculty in 2015, and became a residential faculty member in 2017. He earned degrees in English Literature - a B.A. from SUNY-Oneonta and an M.A.  from Rutgers University. Mr. Denault has taught English as a second language in New York, Mexico, and Spain, and high school Spanish at Woodberry Forest School, The Burlington School, and Saint Mary’s School. He led students on study abroad trips to Spain while at Woodberry and through Oxbridge Academic Programs’ Escuela de Barcelona.

Mr. Denault's hobbies include playing the guitar and reading.

“The students at Saint Mary’s are smart, engaged, and work cooperatively to get the best out of one another,” says Mr. Denault. “The faculty are innovative, supportive, and love to share their ideas. The campus is a historic site in its own right and is located at the heart of an innovative, inclusive, and growing city.”