Assistant Professor receives Early Career Award from the Commission of Professors of Adult Education
Dr. Jeremy Bohonos, Assistant Professor in the Adult, Professional, and Community Education Program, received the Early Career Award from the Commission of Professors of Adult Education (CPAE) at the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education conference.
This award honors individuals in the early stages of their academic careers and who have made significant contributions in scholarship and service to the field.
Much of Dr. Bohonos’ research employs intersectional analysis focusing on organizational (in)justice with a special emphasis on race and racism in the workforce. In investigating this topic, he uses several research methodologies, including critical race spatial analysis, ethnography, autoethnography, and narrative inquiry. He also conducts research regarding the history of Adult Education, adult learning through music, and learning in sub-Saharan Africa.
CPAE seeks to provide a caring, supportive, and collegial community for professors of adult education working in various positions and across their lifespan.