Ronald E.L. Brown, EdD

EdD (Higher Education -- Administration, Planning, and Social Policy), Harvard University
MEd (Higher Education -- Administration, Planning, and Social Policy), Harvard University

Ronald Brown

Ron Brown is an Assistant Teaching Professor in the Graduate Education programs, including the Doctor of Education program. His research interests include organizational theory and behavior, public policy and college access, and race and ethnicity in higher education. Dr. Brown teaches Organizational Systems and Institutional Governance, Global and Historical Perspectives on Higher Education, and Strategic Management in Higher Education. In addition to developing and teaching courses, he advises and mentors doctoral students through the dissertation process.

Dr. Brown is a coauthor of The Black College Mystique, a study of the unique combination of excellence and equity found in historically Black colleges and universities in the United States.

He served as a Presidential Instructional Technology Fellow at Harvard University and received a dissertation grant from the Southern Education Foundation. Dr. Brown serves on the Higher Education Concentration Committee and several other doctoral program committees at Northeastern University.

Previously, Dr. Brown served as a senior proctor, technology fellow, and teaching fellow at Harvard University and as a group facilitator at Harvard Institutes for Higher Education.

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