At Brown University, students study education from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, including anthropology, economics, history, political science, psychology, and sociology. The faculty—social scientists, historians, and field-based experts—teach a wide array of undergraduate courses that comprise the Education Studies Concentration, lead two graduate programs (Master of Arts in Teaching and Urban Education Policy), and conduct research on important educational issues.
TENURED ASSOCIATE OR FULL PROFESSOR POSITION
The Department of Education at Brown University invites applications from scholars with training in the broadly defined field of human development for a tenured position as an Associate or Full Professor of Education to begin July 1, 2014. For the search ad, please see below.
The 2014-15 admissions cycle for the Master of Arts in Teaching Program and the Master's Program in Urban Education Policy is now open. Apply online at the Graduate School Website.
MAT Fall Information Sessions
Saturday, December 7, 11am-1pm
On-campus Information Session
LOCATION CHANGE to: Chancellor's Dining Room, Sharpe Refectory, 144 Thayer Street, Providence, RI
Please RSVP here.
Announcement - Spring 2014 Course Listing can be found below.