Doing a common thing in an uncommon way:

Our first issue of The Journal of Teaching Historically Underserved Student Populations.

Keywords: Open Source Journal; Teaching; Pedagogy; Andragogy

Abstract

“Excellence is to do a common thing in an uncommon way.”

                                                                                          ~Booker T. Washington 

Author Biography

Pamela Pitman Brown

Dr. Brown is an assistant professor of sociology at Albany State University in Albany, GA. Previously she was an assistant professor of gerontology  and Gerontology Program Coordinator at Winston-Salem State University. She is a Credentialed Professional Gerontologist, a Fellow in the Academy for Gerontology in Higher Education, and a Fellow in the Center for Teaching Excellence at ASU. Previously she was recognized as a Junior Faculty Fellow and an O’Kelly Scholar at WSSU.

Dr. Brown has served as President on the International Board of Sigma Phi Omega, National Academic Honor & Professional Society in Gerontology, and on the Executive Board of both the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education (AGHE) and the Southern Gerontological Society. She interned at AGHE in the Fall of 2007 while a graduate student at the University of South Alabama (Sociology). She is a graduate of Northview High School (Dothan), Auburn University (B.S. Education), the University of South Alabama (M.A. Sociology), and Miami University Ohio (Ph.D. Social Gerontology).  

References

Webb, Sarah A. (2008, June 27). Liberal Arts College Faculty: Finding the Sweet Spot. Retrieved from https://www.sciencemag.org/careers/2008/06/liberal-arts-college-faculty-finding-sweet-spot
Published
2019-04-25
How to Cite
Pitman Brown, P. (2019). Doing a common thing in an uncommon way:. The Journal of Teaching Historically Underserved Student Populations, 1(1), 1-2. Retrieved from https://journalofteachinghusp.org/article/view/19278