Jesse Fuhrman earned his Master of Arts in Technologies of Instruction and Media from The Ohio State University. He also holds a Master of Arts in Anthropology from Eastern New Mexico University and a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and Music History from Dickinson College. Jesse’s background in anthropology and studying human behavior has had a significant impact on his experience in teaching and course design.
Before arriving at Franklin, Jesse worked on course design and training projects for the Department of Anthropology and Applied Archaeology at ENMU, the Department of Anthropology, International Programs Office, and the College of Food, Agriculture, and Environmental Sciences at OSU, as well as for TreinaLink in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
At Franklin, Jesse has designed courses for the university as well as many outside partners, including Saudi Electronic University, Supreme Court of Ohio Judicial College, Urbana University, Ashland Theological Seminary, the Ohio Soybean Council, and Nationwide Insurance.