Mark J. Bonica

Office: Health Management & Policy, Hewitt Hall, Durham, NH 03824
Mark J. Bonica, Assistant Professor, Health Management and Policy


  • Ph.D., Economics, George Mason University
  • M.B.A., University of Massachusetts - Amherst
  • M.S., Finance, Univ Colorado/Denver
  • B.A., English, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
  • B.A., Philosophy, University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Courses Taught

  • ECON 642: Health Economics
  • HMP 401: U.S. Health Care Systems
  • HMP 622: Fld Pract/Project Analysis
  • 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 796: Independent Study
  • PHP 922: Public Health Economics

Selected Publications

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

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

Bonica, M. J. (n.d.). USING THE MANY-TO-MANY CAPABILITIES OF SOCIAL MEDIA FOR PUBLIC HEALTH COMMUNICATION. In R. Caron (Ed.), Health Communication: Advocacy Strategies, Effectiveness, and Emerging Challenges. NOVA. Retrieved from

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.

Bonica, M. J., & Hartman, C. L. (n.d.). Managing Up and Followership: Competencies for First Year Health Administrators. The Journal of health administration education.