Dr. Bonnie Grohe serves as the Director of Faculty Development and Online Education at Fayetteville State University. In this role she has led the development and implementation of numerous faculty programming initiatives and processes focused on teaching excellence across all modalities. These include consultations, workshops, certification programs, quality assurance processes, academic integrity processes, instructional technology, adaptive courseware exploration and adoption processes, communities of practice, faculty mentoring and a faculty recognition and awards program. Dr. Grohe has also led efforts to support prospective and new online students through the development and delivery of an online student orientation program and website dedicated to online students' resource needs. She also led the development of compliance processes that enabled FSU (Fayetteville State University) to join and participate in The National Council of State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (SARA).
As an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, she is actively involved in online course design and teaching and learning. Her research interests include evidence based best practices that enhance teaching and learning, crime prevention, perceptions of crime and fear of crime.