Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Mark Bonica is an assistant professor at the University of New Hampshire’s Department of Health Management and Policy where he teaches courses in management and finance. His research is currently focused on healthcare careers, with a special emphasis on individuals making organizational transitions. He joined the UNH faculty in January of 2015 after serving in the Army Medical Department as a Medical Service Corps officer for 23 years. The recipient of numerous teaching awards, he retired as the Associate Dean of the Army Medical Department Graduate School, and the Deputy Director of the Army-Baylor Graduate Programs in Health and Business Administration. Some of his operational roles included Chief Financial Officer for DeWitt Army Community Hospital, Chief Financial Officer for Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital, and Chief of Manpower for Tripler Army Medical Center. He holds a PhD in Economics from George Mason University, an MBA with a focus in organizational behavior from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, an MS in Finance from the University of Colorado at Denver, and a BA in English Literature and Philosophy from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He is also the host of the healthcare leadership podcast, The Health Leader Forge (http://healthleaderforge.org ) and the author of the weekly leadership newsletter, Reading, Watching, Listening (https://tinyletter.com/markbonica ).
Ph.D., Economics, George Mason University
M.B.A., University of Massachusetts - Amherst
M.S., Finance, Univ Colorado/Denver
B.A., Philosophy, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
B.A., English, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
ECON/HMP 642: Health Economics
HMP 622A: Fld Pract/Organizatnl Analysis
HMP 622B: Fld Pract/Mgmt Skills Develpmt
HMP 622C: Fld Pract/Project Analysis
HMP 642: Health Economics
HMP 721: Managing Health Care Organiztn
HMP 722: Health Care Management II
HMP 740: Health Care Financial Mgt
HMP 741: Health Care Financial Mgmt II
HMP 798H: Honors Project/Research Design
HMP 799H: Honors Project/Research
Hartman, C. L., & Bonica, M. J. (2019). A transdisciplinary, longitudinal investigation of early careerists’ leisure during the school-to-work transition. Journal of Leisure Research, 50(5), 438-460. doi:10.1080/00222216.2019.1594467
Bonica, M. J., & Bewley, L. W. (2019). A Comparison of Mentorship Attitudes and Attributes Between Civilian and Army Healthcare Leaders. Military Medicine, 184(5-6), e255-e262. doi:10.1093/milmed/usy301
Bonica, M. J., & Hartman, C. L. (2018). Managing Up and Followership: Competencies for First Year Health Administrators. The Journal of Health Administration Education, 35(3), 327-352.
Bonica, M. J., & Story, K. (2018). Into the (Food) Desert: A Food Desert Simulation. Global Journal of Medical Research: Nutrition and Food Science, Volume 16(Issue 2). doi:10.17406/gjmra
Aytur, S., Craig, P. J., Frye, M., Bonica, M., Rainer, S., Hapke, L., & McGilvray, M. (2018). Through the Lens of a Camera: Exploring the Meaning of Competitive Sport Participation Among Youth Athletes with Disabilities. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 52(2), 95-125. doi:10.18666/trj-2018-v52-i2-8774
Bewley, L., Bonica, M. J., Hernandez, S., & Shewchuk, R. (2016). Mentorship Mediated by Life-Career Seasons: An Analysis of a Multi-Dimensional Model of Mentoring Among Career Groups of United States Army Officers. Global Journal of Management and Business Research, 16(8), 34. doi:10.17406/GJMBR
Mellott, M. D., Bonica, M. J., & Mapes, M. J. (2015). Data Analytics Under Deployed Conditions: A Case Study.. U.S. Army Medical Department journal, 59-67.
Bewley, L., Broom, K., & Bonica, M. J. (2014). What is the Value of Graduate Education? An Economic Analysis of Army Medical Department Graduate Programs. The Army Medical Department Journal, January - March, 2014, 7. Retrieved from http://www.cs.amedd.army.mil/
Weigel, F., & Bonica, M. J. (2014). An Active Learning Approach to Bloom's Taxonomy: 2 Games, 2 Classrooms, 2 Methods. The Army Medical Department Journal, January-March 2014, 21. Retrieved from http://www.cs.amedd.army.mil/
Bonica, M. J., Judge, R., Bernard, C., & Murphy, S. (n.d.). Open Pedagogy Benefits to Competency Development: From Sage on the Stage to Guy in the Audience. The Journal of health administration education.