Campus Address: Bacon Hall 312D
Jeremy Bohonos is an Assistant Professor of Adult Education, Assistant Editor for New Horizons in Adult Education and Human Resource Development, and Chair of the Academy of Human Resource Development Critical HRD & Social Justice Perspectives Special Interest Group. His research focuses on organizational (in)justice with a special emphasis on race and racism in the workforce. He has published in journals including Adult Education Quarterly, Advances in Developing Human Resources, Adult Learning, and New Horizons in Adult Education and HRD.
ADE 605 HISTORICAL, SOCIAL, AND PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS OF ADULT EDUCATION
ADE 608 INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN AND ASSESSMENT
ADE 610 METHODS OF ADULT EDUCATION
ADE 625 DESIGNING AND EVALUATING PROGRAMS FOR ADULT LEARNERS
ADE 640 HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
Bohonos, J. W. (2019). Including critical whiteness studies in the CHRD family: A proposed theoretical framework. Adult Education Quarterly.
Bohonos, J. W., Otchere, K. D., & Pak, Y. (2019). Artistic Expression as a Teaching Strategy for Social Movements: Deepening Understandings of the Civil Rights and #BlackLivesMatter Movements. Advances in Developing Human Resources, 21(2), 250-266. doi.org/10.1177/1523422319827942
Bohonos, J. W., Otchere, K. D., & Pak, Y. (In press, Fall 2019). Teaching and learning social justice in HRD graduate programs: Preparation for research and practice. New Horizons in Adult Education and Human Resource Development.
Bohonos, J. W. (2014). Understanding career context as a key to recruiting, retaining and best serving adult students. Journal of Adult Learning, 20(2), 28-30.
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