Dr. Don Brownlee was hired at CSUN in 1982, with a Ph.D. from the University of Texas, having previously taught for seven years at the University of North Texas and Wingate University. During his 35 years at CSUN, he has contributed both in the classroom and in the governance of the institution. He taught a wide variety of courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as designing new courses at both levels. Several of his publications involved the work of graduate students in the department and his classroom evaluations have been positive. Dr. Brownlee has actively served the Department, College and University in multiple roles. He chaired the Communication Studies Department for several years and was Director of Forensics for 13 years. He was a member of the Faculty Senate, as well as Parliamentarian, for a total of nine years, and chaired the Educational Policies Committee. Dr. Brownlee served two campus Presidents as the Faculty Representative to the NCAA, and served his discipline both through leadership and editorial positions.
- Ph.D. 1982, University of Texas
- M.A. 1974, North Texas State University
- B.A. 1973, Texas Christian University
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