DR. RUFUS JOHNSON - BHU ADJUNCT PROFESSOR
Dr. Rufus Johnson was recently honored by the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice Commissioner and Superintendent Avery Niles where he received the Commendation Proclamation award from Governor Nathan Deal for his 43 years of service and commitment to the youth of Macon/Bibb County Schools and the youth in Georgia’s Juvenile Justice Schools.
Dr. Johnson’s official retirement from the state of Georgia was on June 30, 2016. Since his retirement, Dr. Johnson continues working out daily and has plans to travel. Dr. Johnson earned his Bachelor of Science in English and a Masters of Art in English Education at Mercer University. Dr. Johnson spent 21 years as a teacher and school administrator in Macon and earned the Education Specialist degree in school leadership at Georgia State University and a Doctorate in Education from Nova Southeastern University.
Dr. Johnson is currently a dedicated English and General Studies Adjunct Professor for Beulah Heights University where he has served faithfully with integrity for the past six years.