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Your Personalized Faculty and Instructional Staff Portal

As we begin preparations for the summer, we wanted to announce a new faculty and instructional staff portal, something we developed this year to better facilitate your preparation for the summer and keep you informed.

This portal will be a centralized place to view content, tasks, and logistics specific to you and your course(s). Please keep an eye out for an email with a link to your personalized portal in the next few days.



Archambault Teaching Award Winners Announced

The 2019 Archambault Teaching Award application process was enhanced to provide opportunities for instructors to articulate how they were going to prepare for and reflect back on the learning experiences that occurred within the classroom. The review committee had the pleasure of reading applications from an exceptionally strong pool of candidates who collectively demonstrated a commitment to outstanding course design, incorporated inclusive pedagogy, and fostered an inclusive climate within the classroom with an emphasis on reflective practice and assessment.

The award recipients are:

Pre-College: Dual Winners Summer@Brown

Megan Leyrer (Ph.D. Candidate, Neuroscience)
CEBN0940: Animal Minds: The Neural Basis of Animal Cognition and Behavior

Katherine Contess (Ph.D. Candidate, Modern Culture and Media)
CEMS0927: From Mayberry to Netflix: Topics in Television Studies, Race, Gender and Class

Pre-College: Honorable Mention Summer@Brown

Kristin Petersmann (Ph.D. Candidate, Economics)
CEEC0927: Introduction to Microeconomics

Read more about the award recipients’ methods and practices on the Archambault Winners page.


Office Hours

Have you met with a Program Director about a Summer@Brown Course Proposal?

Office hours are being held through this calendar link:

The Division of Pre-College and Summer Undergraduate Programs welcomes course proposals from faculty, graduate students, post-docs, adjuncts and staff for non-credit courses for pre-college students (summer on-campus, off-campus and online) and for the University’s Undergraduate Summer Session (on campus and on-line).

To find more information and to submit a proposal, please visit the instructor website.

Now Accepting New Course Proposals

Interested in teaching Pre-College students next summer?

The Division of Pre-College and Summer Undergraduate Programs is now accepting new course proposals from Brown faculty, graduate students, post-docs, adjuncts, and staff for non-credit course for pre-college students studying on campus and online.

To find more information on summer programs and how to propose a NEW non-credit Pre-College course, visit

Never taught for summer before?

Come to the October 10th Pre-College Course Proposal Workshop and Luncheon!

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