Chair, Education Department, Belmont University, Nashville, Tenn
Dr. Hogan continues his work in Transformational Conflict through working with organizations and churches looking at reconciliation in conflict. Presently he resides in Nashville, Tenn. and is a member of Christ Presbyterian Church where he is working with the Stephen Ministry Program, the Nashville Fellows Program, and leads a missional group of professors and staff from five universities in Nashville. He continues to consult and teach on advocacy for families and children and teaches coursework in conflict transformation.
Prior to teaching at Belmont, Dr. Hogan was the Director of Teacher Education at Bridgewater College in Bridgewater, Va. Mark was instrumental in designing the Master of Arts in Education program after joining the Eastern Mennonite University faculty in 1994 and revising the secondary education program at the undergraduate level.
He has presented research papers at national and international conferences. He is also a Ruling Elder in the Presbyterian Church in America and is presently using his training in CJP Conflict Transformation within church conflict settings, personnel transformation, and transformative leadership.