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While Michael Brown earned his bachelor and master’s degrees in industrial and systems engineering at Rutgers, he also holds a Doctor of Education degree in science education from Rutgers Graduate School of Education. He regularly applies his training in both engineering and education to his role as the SoE Access Programs assistant dean and director for the School’s EOF/EOP Program, which provides financial and academic assistance to low-income New Jersey residents who show academic and/or creative promise but who lack adequate resources for college. Brown is a block grant facilitator for the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME) and a Region-A board member of the National Association of Multicultural Engineering Program Advocates (NAMEPA).
He is currently serving as the PI for the NSF NOYCE Teacher Scholarship Program for engineering and physics students and as an advisory panelist for the NSF-funded Preparation in STEM Leadership Program.