Academics Beth Neher - Education
Beth Neher is the Capstone Coordinator at Marlboro College's Graduate School, and teaches in the Master of Science in Management - Health Care Administration program.
Beth has been an educator for over 35 years, working with graduate, undergraduate, and younger students from the age of 16 and up. Her teaching has involved both direct classroom delivery and blended and fully online courses in private language schools and universities in the U.S and abroad. At Marlboro, Beth uses project management concepts to guide graduate students in preparing their Capstone projects. In addition to teaching and training, she has been principal of a school and managed a variety of school programs, designed and participated in educational reform support programs, and managed cohorts of teacher trainers and students, in person and virtually. She has presented internationally.
Beth graduated with a Graduate Certificate in Project Management from Marlboro College in August 2012. Beth also holds a Diploma in Educational Management, a Diploma of Education and an MSC in Applied Linguistics.