Division of Interdisciplinary Inquiry: International Higher Education and Intercultural Relations
Professional Title: Associate Professor of International Higher Education and Intercultural Relations
Education: B.S., Economics, University of Maryland (College Park; Ph.D., Economics, Boston College
Jay Jones, Core Faculty in the Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences, has professional experience centered on 15 years of college teaching at various institutions, including Boston College, Southeastern Massachusetts University, the University of Western Ontario in London Ontario, Canada, and since 1980, Lesley University. In these settings, he has taught a variety of economics courses including Urban and Regional Economics, Environmental Policy Design, International Political Economy, Development Economics, Industrial Organizations, and Statistics.
At Lesley University, he has been a major contributor in the initial planning, execution, and continued success of the master's program in Intercultural Relations. He is currently Associate Professor teaching a number of courses in the areas of intercultural negotiation, intercultural research, international and global interdependence.
M.A. in International Higher Education and Intercultural Relations
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