Frederick Carl Prasuhn, Ph.D.

Educating, Instructing, Presenting, Speaking

Fred Prasuhn, Ph.D.

Experienced cross-functional professional who, through practical, flexible praxis, conservative core, and ingenuitive application,
builds on the belief that the sum of all parts makes a greater whole to meet the need.


  • Developed and implemented online and F2F learning.
  • Collaborated with clients to develop and facilitate learning and training.
  • Assessed and adapted online learning content and educational technologies meeting learning needs for 10K+ students.
  • Presented research findings at regional and national conferences.
  • Oversaw regional training to internal and external personnel (200+) on FCC, FAA, local government regulations, and corporate policies.
  • Directed youth program resulting in weekly attendance growth small group programs (3 to 25), large-scale regional special events (200+ persons), and recruitment, training, and supervision of adult volunteer youth workers.


Instructor – Online
January, 2016-present
Arkansas Tech University, Russellville, AR

Instructor – Online
January, 2017-present
Troy University, Troy, AL

Education Consultant
Fred Prasuhn, Ph.D., Rayle, GA

Instructional Designer
February 2013-July 2014
Western Governors University, Remote

January 2003-May 2013
Athens Technical College, Athens, GA

Graduate Research Assistant
University of Georgia, College of Education, Athens, GA

Regulatory Services Project Manager
BellSouth Cellular Corporation (Cingular Wireless), Atlanta, GA


Ph.D.: Adult Education
December 2011
College of Education, The University of Georgia, Athens, GA

M.Ed.: Instructional Technologies
June 2004
American InterContinental University, Hoffman Estates, IL

M.A.: Christian Education
May 1990
Asbury Theological Seminary, Wilmore, KY

B.A.: Christian Ministries and Church Music
August 1986
Asbury College, Wilmore, KY

Educational focus

  • Facilitation of learning using the resources available while applying sound andragogy and pedagogy.
  • Online learning and recognition of distance education within traditional education.



Available on request