Curriculum and Instruction Associate Professor Wins President's Associates Teaching Excellence Award


Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction Anthony Brown has been selected to receive the President’s Associates Teaching Excellence Award.

Brown’s work pursues a theoretical argument, which suggests that the examination of the historical and racial constructions of African Americans within the social sciences, educational literature, popular discourse, and curriculum is vital to making sense of how questions are raised and how educational and curricular reforms are pursued for African American students in the present.

The President’s Associates Teaching Excellence Award is presented annually to recognize excellence in undergraduate education in the core curriculum. Recipients will also be receiving an honorarium of five thousand dollars.

Brown is also an affiliated faculty in the areas of cultural students in education, the John Warfield Center of African and African American Studies, and the Department of African and Africa Diaspora Studies