Interim Director, eLearning
Jeremy Bond is a passionate career educator, technologist, and Central Michigan University alumnus. He joined the University's professional staff in May of 1999, to aid in the support of CMU's first online doctoral program, the Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.). Currently, Jeremy serves as Interim Director/eLearning in Academic Development’s Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. In the director role, he oversees a brilliant team of technical, media, instructional design, and administrative support professionals.
In addition to his current role, Jeremy has been teaching in higher education since 2001. His experience includes classroom, online, and blended courses with specialties in teaching information systems, business communications, and educational technology. Jeremy’s online course development experience includes web design, information systems, communication, grammar, and speech. Among his proudest accomplishments is the development of a special topics history course, marrying his love of teaching and study of the Mafia. The course was wildly popular among students and earned Jeremy an appearance, as an Organized Crime Historian, in the 2012 film "Purple: Organized Crime in a Small Town."
Previously he served as an enrichment instructor for a public school district and industry skills training center, where he taught computer courses, keyboarding and MS Office-application seminars.
When Jeremy is not working, he treasures time with the loves of his life - his wife, Amy, and their children, Ella, Mitchell, and Carter. He is a loyal friend, and an avid numismatist (coin collector), enjoys movies, history, travel and caring for his home and yard.