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Dr. Joe Boehman
Dean of Richmond College
Associate Dean, School of Arts and Sciences
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Joe Boehman has served as the Dean of Richmond College, the coordinate college for men at the University of Richmond, since 2007. Dr. Boehman's primary responsibility is for the academic and co-curricular success of approximately 1,400 undergraduate men at the University. Dean Boehman administers academic regulations and student conduct processes as they impact male students at the University, oversees the orientation and residence life programs for the College, and advises the Richmond College Student Government Association Senate and Honor Council.
 
In a student affairs career spanning more than 25 years Dr. Boehman has served at flagship public universities, regional state institutions, land grant universities, and highly selective private liberal arts universities. His professional passion is to inspire people to think differently about organizational leadership, work/life integration, personal mission, and mentoring college men.
 
Presentations

Boehman, J. and Corn, K. (2015, March). “I am” – A framework for helping college men navigate authentic masculinity.
Program to be presented at the annual meeting of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, New Orleans, LA.

Boehman, J. (2014, October). Work/Life is NOT About Balance.
Program presented at the annual meeting of the National Intercollegiate Recreational Sports Administration (NIRSA) Region II, Richmond, VA.

Boehman, J. (2014, October). Brand of Brothers: Shifting paradigms of masculinity through messaging.
Invited presentation for the Division of Student Affairs at Longwood University, Farmville, VA.

Boehman, J. (2012, March). Chaos out of Order: Finding focus in a world of gray.
Program presented at the annual meeting of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, Phoenix, AZ.

Boehman, J. (2011, December). Integrating Work and Life and Understanding the Myth of Balance.
Invited presentation for the Division of Enrollment Management, University of Richmond.

Boehman, J. (2010, October). Generational Differences: How Technology Impacts Communication.
Invited presentation for the Virginia Statewide Parent Education Coalition, Henrico County, VA.

Boehman, J. (2010, March). Work/Personal (life) Integration: From Movement to Legacy. 
Program presented at the annual meeting of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, Chicago, IL.

Boehman, J. (2009, May). Framing Masculinity: Utilizing Symbolic Elements to Promote a Positive Image of Masculinity.
Program presented at the Conference on College Men, Philadelphia, PA.

Boehman, J. (2007, March). Commitment among Housing Professionals: Our Power and Responsibility to (Re)Shape Practice.
Program presented at the joint meeting of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators and the American College Personnel Association, Orlando, FL.

Education
Ed.D., North Carolina State University 2006
Higher Education Administration
M.A., Michigan State University 1989
College and University Administration
B.F.A., Ithaca College 1987
Music (voice)
Contact Information
2nd Floor Whitehurst
(804) 289-8061
(804) 287-1226 (Fax)
Areas of Expertise
Men and Masculinities
Issues Impacting College Men
Higher Education Administration
Organizational Effectiveness/Transformation
Work/Life Balance