A ballroom dancing competitor, movie extra, master’s degree holder and instructor Paul Boudreau’s love of learning has made him who he is today.
Originally brought in as a night class instructor, Boudreau now finds himself teaching four days a week in the project management post-graduate program and global entrepreneurship course.
Boudreau has also written two books on the subject of ballroom dancing, one has been published while the second has yet to be.
“When you write non-fiction it is more personal, you’re opening yourself up to the world. In non-fiction you have to be as truthful as possible,” said Boudreau
Through both programs he teaches in, Boudreau will be sponsoring two applications in the Applied Research an Innovation Day to be held on April 10. One will be used for marketing, and implemented with his business, Stone Meadow Consulting. The second will be turned into a business of its own.
“I attended a lot of applied research and innovation days because it’s really interesting to see what ideas and concepts student can come up with,” he said.
Boudreau will find himself traveling to Nanjing with six other instructors from the campus to teach overseas at the JMI institute in the beginning of May. This is for the college’s initiative in China, while teaching economics, another field new to him that he is excited to learn about.