COE Professor Carrie J. Boden and several of her students have been selected for publication in Adult Learning

An article by UALR Professor Carrie J. Boden and several of her students has been selected for publication in Adult Learning, a publication of the American Association of Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) – the flagship national organization on adult education.

The issue will be showcased at the upcoming AAACE conference in Denver, where Boden is scheduled to present on accelerated learning techniques speak of the topic of adult education.

“Dr. Boden’s publication and her participation in the AAACE conference is another of the growing signs of UALR’s national reputation in the field of adult education,” said Dr. Angela M. Sewall, dean of the UALR College of Education.

Boden, associate professor, is coordinator of the UALR graduate program in adult education in the Department of Counseling, Adult, and Rehabilitation Education. She holds a Ph.D. with an emphasis in adult education from Kansas State University, a MFA in creative righting from Wichita State University, and a B.A. in English language and literature from Bethel College.

She has served on the planning committees for several international conferences and as a referee for the International Journal of Learning. Boden has co-coordinated a Sister Cities International Exchange with La Salle University in Cancun, Mexico, traveled to South America as a Fulbright Scholar with Project ECHO, and participated in the NGO Forum on Women in Beijing, China.

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