Brown, Kathren
Associate Vice President - Academic Administration
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During Fall 2014, Dr. Brown is teaching HIST 3732, US History, 1890-1945.  To reach all course information, please go to Canvas. 

OFFICE HOURS:  By appointment


  • 1997 Ph.D., History (Russian),  Bowling Green State University
  • 1991 M.A., History (Russian),  Bowling Green State University
  • 1989 B.A., History,  Alma College

Courses Dr. Brown teaches at UVU

  • Modern World Civilizations (HIST 151G)
  • American Civilization (HIST 1700)
  • The Nature of History (HIST 3010)
  • Nineteenth Century Europe (HIST 3180)
  • Twentieth Century Europe (HIST 3190)
  • World War II (HIST 3450)
  • Modern Russian History (HIST 3660)
  • Anti-Semitism and the Holocaust (HIST 4130)
  • Genocide in the Twentieth Century (HIST 4140)
  • History Major Capstone Courses (HIST 4980 and 4900)
  • Modern Legacies (HONR 2100)

Dr. Brown is also the Associate Vice President of Academic Administration.  Her portfolio includes stewarding academic policies; faculty hiring and retention, including university RTP; academic IT; Faculty Convocation; representating Academic Affairs in the large classroom building under construction; facilitating chairs' workshops and roundtables; among others.