Lecturer, Advanced Academic Programs; Senior Lecturer, Carey Business School
Bonnie Robeson is an Instructor in the Master of Biotechnology Enterprise and Entrepreneurship program. She holds a BA, Chemistry, MS, Biochemistry, and PhD Nutrition Biochemistry, West Virginia University, and a Masters of Administrative Science (MAS), concentration Management from JHU where she received the Stegman Award for straight “A”s.
She began teaching at Johns Hopkins University as an adjunct in 1989. Since 2009 she has been a full-time Senior Lecturer at the Carey Business School where, she teaches many analytical courses such as Quantitative Analysis, Statistics for Business, and Operations and Service Management. Additionally, she facilitates many project-based /experiential learning courses including Global MBA’s Innovation for Humanity course, Executive MBA capstone, and healthcare client consulting practicum.
She has been recognized with the “Excellence in Teaching Award” twice. For two consecutive years, she was recognized with the “Dean’s Award for Faculty Excellence” in the Carey Business School. In addition, she teaches courses in the Advanced Academic Program MS in Biotechnology program, that has included Translational Biotechnology, ProSeminar in Biotechnology, and Managing and Leading Biotechnology Professionals.
She has over 30 years of experience in the Life Science area. She was the Principal Investigator on a National Cancer Institute drug discovery contract for 16 years, Director North America for a European company specializing in drug discovery services, and founder of a drug screening compound management organization for 20 years.