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Sibyl M. Brownlee

V. P. Student Affairs

Worcester State College

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Worcester State College

486 Chandler St.

Worcester, Massachusetts,01602

United States

Company Description

Worcester State College is offering an Undergraduate credit course this semester that you will want to know about. AR 350 E1 "Learning to See Worcester as a Creative City", taught by Stephen Mita on Wednesdays, 6-9 p.m. September 7- December 14, is a dynamic c...more

Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Professor of History

Fitchburg State College


Affiliations

MSCBA

Dean of Student Development and the Chief Campus Liaison


Education

Ph.D.

U.S. and African American History

UMASS Amherst


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Massachusetts Network American Council on Education National Network of Women Leaders in Higher Education - Executive Board Members

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Sibyl Brownlee
Worcester State College


WoGAN -- Worcester Global Action Network

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--Chair: Dr. Sibyl Brownlee, WSC Vice President for Student Affairs and historian


www.buildingsmag.com

We wanted to create a safer and visually pleasing route from the halls to the classroom and other facilities on campus," says Dr. Sibyl Brownlee, vice president for student affairs at Worcester State College.And by coordinating - or, in some cases, contrasting - materials with those already found on campus, the building forms the other "bookend" of the campus residence halls, Brownlee describes.


Civic Engagement News

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The keynote address was delivered by Worcester State College Dean of Student Development and Professor of History Dr. Sibyl Brownlee.The theme of Dr. Brownlee's remarks was, "What if Martin Luther King Jr. Were Alive Today?"Brownlee urged those in attendance to follow Dr. King' example and devote more time and energy to participating in their democracy.Brownlee, who has her Ph.D. in U.S. and African American History from UMASS Amherst, has served on the faculty at Worcester State College, Mount Wachusett Community College, Fitchburg State College, and the University of California.She also taught elementary school for 13 years in Los Angeles.In addition to her educational experience, Brownlee was the first black woman to pioneer a Field Service Center for the Hartford Insurance Group in California.


Sentinel & Enterprise

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PHOTO / DAN CUTRONA, Keynote speaker Dr. Sibyl Brownlee, left, gives her speech during the Martin Luther King Day program held Sunday at Mount Wachusett Community College in Gardner. The "Brotherhood & Humanity: Then & Now" program featured a keynote address by Dr. Sibyl Brownlee, a history professor and dean of student development at Worcester State College. She believes to deliver King's message, people have to work together in large numbers. "I think that it's time to remember, in numbers is power," Brownlee said."It's hard to step out alone.You have to start small." Awards were given to students from schools in Fitchburg, Leominster and Gardner, who wrote essays based on the event's theme. Marilyn Fratturelli, Superintendent of schools in Leominster, said of Brownlee's speech "it was wonderful, and hopefully it makes a difference in the life of someone here."


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