Leslie Bohon, Ph.D
Effects of Online Learning on International Students’ English Language Concerns
Leslie Bohon, Ph.D, has broad experience of over 25 years in international education at the university and secondary levels as an ESL/EFL professional, cross-cultural researcher, administrator, teacher & professor, program start-up and developer, curriculum developer, and professional development trainer. She currently serves as Interim Director of ESL Services at the University of Richmond (Virginia, USA) and consults in international education. She is active in professional TESOL and international organizations and presents her work at numerous state, national, and international conferences. Her research interests are international student development; intercultural learning; language, cultural, and academic needs of international students; intercultural competence, and internationalization of higher education. Dr. Bohon’s Ph.D. is in Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership with a focus on international education from the College of William & Mary. She completed her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at the University of Virginia in French language and Second Language Curriculum and Instruction.