Timothy Charles Brown
Professor

 
     

 
 
    Professor, Reading,
    Riverside City College
       Department Chair, English and  
         Speech Communication
       ▪ Accreditation Liaison Officer
       ▪ Academic Senator
       ▪ Faculty Co-chair, Academic
         Planning Council
       ▪ Faculty Co-chair, Strategic
         Planning Committee
 
    Part-time Graduate Faculty,
    California State University Fullerton
    College of Education
    Reading Department
 
    Principal
    Tim Brown and Associates
 

    Commissioner, Accrediting
    Commission for Community and
    Junior Colleges. Appointment date
    July, 2011 through June 2014.
       ▪ Academic Quality Committee
       Eligibility Committee
       ▪ Lumina Grant Advisory
         Committee
       ▪ Policy Committee
       ▪ Substantive Change Committee
 
    Evaluation Team for Accreditation
    Renewal of Copper Mountain
    College, Fall 2010, Accrediting
    Commission for Community and
    Junior Colleges
 
    Evaluation Team for Accreditation
    Renewal of Oxnard  College, Fall
    2010, Accrediting
    Commission for Community and
    Junior Colleges
 
     Evaluation Team for Accreditation
     Renewal of Sacramento City
     College, Fall 2009, Accrediting
     Commission for Community and
     Junior Colleges
 
 
    The Content Area Reader's
    Handbook (tentative completion date
    Jan 2014)
 
    MyReadingLab,
    Prentice Hall Publishers
 
    The Prentice Hall Textbook Reader
    Prentice Hall Publishers
 
    Companion Web Site for Reading
    With Meaning
by Dorothy Hennings.
    Prentice Hall Publishers
 
    Doctoral Dissertation: "Descriptive
    Analysis of Evaluation Models for
    Distance Education Courses Which
    Utilize the Television as the Delivery
    Mode: Implications for Evaluating
    Broadcasts in Literacy Skills for
    Adults in Marginalized Groups in the
    DE9"
       ▪ Abstract
       ▪ Preliminary Defense
       ▪ Final Defense
 
    Oxford Round Table
       ▪ Literacy: Educational Strategies
         Initiatives
       ▪ PowerPoint Presentation
 
 
   Panel on "Opportunities for faculty
   Positions in English at California  
   Community Colleges"

   California State University,
   San Bernardino
   Department of English, June, 2011
 
   ASCCC Student Success Institute
   Basic Skills Across the Curriculum
   "Teaching Students How to Read
   Your Textbook"

   San Jose, CA, February, 2011
  
 
   California State Academic Senate 
   Spring Plenary, May 2009 Panelist:
   "Reading Competency: Where Does it
   Stand?"

  
   Spring Plenary, May, 2006 Panelist:
   “Are We Ready for a  Reading
    Requirement?”
   
Panelist:
   “Where You’re Going Is Where
    You Have Been:
 
  Part II of Getting Basic Skills
    Students Started Easy and Often,
    Pretty Good Practices”
 
   "From Research to Debate:
   Collaborative Groups Broaden
   Their Perspectives"

   College Reading
   and Learning Association,
   Albuquerque, New Mexico, October,
   2003
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
  Education
  University of California, Davis, California
  Certificate: Land Use and Environmental Planning, 2014
  
  Pepperdine University Malibu, California
  Ed. D. Institutional Management, 1997
 
  California State University, Fullerton, California
  M.S, Education Reading, 1991
 
  Pan American University, Edinburg, Texas
  M. Ed. Physical Education, 1978
 
  Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
  B.A. Secondary Education
  Physical Education/Reading, 1975
 
  Experience
  California State University, Fullerton, Fullerton, California
  Part-time Graduate Faculty, Reading Department
  College of Education, 1999-present
 
  Riverside City College, Riverside, California
  Professor, English and Speech Communication
  Department 1984-present
 
  University of California, Santa Barbara, California
  Lecturer, Physical Education/Assistant Baseball Coach
  1978-1984
 
  Pan American University, Edinburg, Texas
  Graduate Assistant, Physical Education/Assistant Baseball
  Coach 1976-1978
 
  Administration
  Accreditation Liaison Officer, 2007 Accreditation
 
  Department Chair, English and Speech Communication
  2001-present
 
  Assessment Coordinator 1999-2000
 
  Activity Director Title III 1999-2000
 
  Assistant Department Chair, English and Speech  
  Communication
  1998-1999
 
  Special Assistant to the President 1989-1992
 
  Committees
  Accreditation 2007 Steering Committee
 
  Strategic Planning Faculty Co-chair 2006-2009
 
  Academic Planning Council Faculty Co-chair 2005-2009
 
  Accreditation 2001 Executive Committee
 
  Publications
  The Content Area Reader's Handbook, Pearson Prentice Hall
  2012
 
  MyReading Lab, Prentice Hall Publishers
  2007
 
  The Prentice Hall Textbook Reader, Prentice Hall Publishers
  2005
 
  Companion Website for Reading With Meaning, Prentice Hall
  Publishers, 2001
 
  Doctoral Dissertation: "Descriptive Analysis of Evaluation
  Models for Distance Education Courses Which Utilize the
  Television as the Delivery Mode: Implications for Evaluating
  Broadcasts in Literacy Skills for Adults in Marginalized
  Groups in the DE9"
 
  Presentations and Panels
  Panel on "Opportunities for Faculty Positions in English at
  California Community Colleges", June 2011. One of four
  English Department Chairs participating in a panel discussion
  on job prospects for graduates with Masters' Degrees in
  English at California Community Colleges today. The
  moderated event focused on strategies for seeking faculty
  positions in light the severe budget cutbacks since 2009.
 
  ASCCC Student Success Institute, "Basic Skills Across the   
  Curriculum",  February, 2011. Teaching Students How to Read
  Your Textbook.
Many students enroll in our classes unable to
  read a college level textbook. Even students with college level
  reading skills can be confused and unprepared. This breakout
  provided useful tips for content area teachers to help students
  access the content in their textbooks.
 
  California Academic Senate Spring Plenary, May, 2009 
  Panelist "Reading Competency: Where Does It Stand?"
 
  Oxford Round Table "Literacy: Educational Strategies   
  and Initiatives"
Summer 2007
  The purpose of the Oxford Round Table is to promote human
  advancement and understanding through the improvement of
  education. To this end, the Oxford Round Table provides a 
  forum for the study and consideration of current issues facing
  state and national systems of education. The Round Table
  meets periodically   and each session is comprised of a
  small select group of leaders from both the public and private
  sectors of several countries.
 
  California State Academic Senate Spring Plenary, May,
  2006 Panelist: “Are We Ready for a Reading Requirement?
  ”Panelist: “Where You’re Going Is Where You Have Been:
  Part II of Getting Basic Skills Students Started Easy and
  Often, Pretty Good Practices”
 
  "From Research to Debate: Collaborative Groups Broaden
  Their Perspectives"
College Reading and Learning
  Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico, October, 2003
 
  Statewide Appointments
  Commissioner, Accrediting Commission for Community and
  Junior Colleges, appointed July 2011 through June 2014
 
  Accreditation Visiting Team, Sacramento City College, 2009
 
  Accreditation Vesting Team, Oxnard College, 2010
 
  Accreditation Visiting Team, Copper Mountain College,  2013
 
 

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