Shekhar has experienced the challenge of balancing work, family & school. In graduate school he was a full-time student, worked full-time, and had a two year old.
shekhar regmi, lecturer & chief academic advisor
Shekhar Regmi is originally from Nepal. Prior to coming to the United States, he worked at the Peace Corps/ Nepal for several years as a training director. When he came back to school to get his Ed.D. 15 years after completing his master’s, he was married with a two-year-old, worked full time and went to school full time. Shekhar teaches the UWW core courses, advises students, and serves as the Chief Academic Advisor.
- B.A., Economics, Tri –Chandra College, Kathmandu, Nepal
- M.A., Economics, Tribuwan University, Kathmandu, Nepal
- Intercultural Course Work at College and Universities, East West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii
- M.A., International Education, University of Massachusetts Amherst
- Ed. D., Educational Policy, Research, and Administration, University of Massachusetts Amherst
teaching and research interests
Adult learning, community development and public health.
Shekhar has published several articles in scholarly journals. His recent publication is “Spirituality and substance use in a sample of Russian adolescents,” International Journal on Disability and Human Development, Berlin and New York, which focuses on high risk adolescents and substance abuse.
draws inspiration from
You make the path by walking.
- Paulo Freire