Dr. Carol Hoare
Dr. Carol Hoare is Professor of Human Development and Human and
Organizational Learning in the Department of Counseling/Human
and Organizational Studies at The George Washington University.
An alumna of Carlow University and the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill, she earned her doctorate in Adult Learning and
Human Development at The George Washington University. She has
served as a university trustee, provided consultation to national
and international organizations and, at The George Washington
University, has served as department chair, Acting Assistant Dean,
and co-director of the University Office for Community Services.
She has studied, taught, and published on topics in adult development
and learning for twenty-five years and is the author of more than
fifty original research articles, paper presentations, book chapters,
and invited addresses. Her recent book, Erikson on Development
in Adulthood: New Insights from the Unpublished Papers (Oxford
University Press, 2002), has received wide-ranging acclaim in
the United States and abroad. Her recent edited volume, the Handbook
of Adult Development and Learning (Oxford University Press, 2006),
is the first publication to show the reciprocal relationship between
development and its compatriot, learning, during the adult years.
View a list of Dr. Hoare's publications.
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