Jeremy Joslin is the Director of Education at The Morton Arboretum.
He joined The Morton Arboretum in 2017, applying a background in program evaluation and aligning outcomes to a spectrum of programming that engages audiences of all ages and encourages them to take action on behalf of trees.
Joining The Morton Arboretum marked a return to informal education after eight years as an Assistant and Associate Dean at both Loyola University Chicago and Morton College.
Prior to working in higher education Jeremy worked in the Education Department at the Lincoln Park Zoo, managing the docent group delivering education programs to the public.
Jeremy holds a BA in Psychology from the University of Notre Dame, an MA in Applied Social Psychology from Loyola University Chicago, and his Ed.D from National Louis University. His dissertation focused on using higher education assessment practices to evaluate the informal education programs of cultural institutions.
Speaking at Culture Geek Conference
Tuesday 15th June 2021
Session: Lightening Talks
Seven quick fire presentations from around the world.
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