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Catherine A. Honeyman, Visiting Lecturer  

Office Location: Box 90245, Durham, NC 27708
Office Phone: (919) 684-8111
Duke Box: 90245
Email Address: cah84@duke.edu

Areas of Expertise

    Ph.D., University of Wisconsin at Madison, 2013
    M.A., University of Wisconsin at Madison, 2008
    B.A.,  Harvard University, 2004

    Office Hours:
    Fridays 2:00-3:00pm; Rubenstein 285R

    Recent Publications

    1. HONEYMAN, CA. The Orderly Entrepreneur: Youth, Education, and Governance in Rwanda. Stanford University Press, 2016.  [abs]
    2. Honeyman, CA. "Social responsibility and community development: Lessons from the Sistema de Aprendizaje Tutorial in Honduras." International Journal of Educational Development 30.6 (November, 2010): 599-613. [doi]
    3. Honeyman, C; Hudani, S; Tiruneh, A; Hierta, J; Chirayath, L; Iliff, A; Meierhenrich, J. "Establishing collective norms: Potentials for participatory justice in Rwanda.." Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 10.1 (2004): 1-24. [doi]


    Dr. Catherine Honeyman is an expert in education quality, employment, and entrepreneurship who specializes in research and policy analysis, as well as providing technical assistance to projects in a variety of developing country contexts, including Rwanda, Colombia, Honduras, Pakistan, Algeria, and El Salvador. She is currently World Learning’s Senior Youth Workforce Specialist, providing organizational leadership and technical assistance to development projects in the areas of formal and non-formal education programming, youth workforce development, employment, and entrepreneurship, and fostering youth leadership for community development. Dr. Honeyman also holds a Senior Fellow appointment at the Duke Center for International Development, Duke University. 

    Dr. Honeyman received her BA from Harvard University and her MA and PhD from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She is the author of The Orderly Entrepreneur: Youth, Education, and Governance in Rwanda (Stanford University Press, 2016) as well as various academic publications and reports. She speaks English, French, Spanish, and Kinyarwanda.

    Catherine A. Honeyman