Constance Brown, Ph.D
Assistant Professor of Environmental Science
Dr. Constance Brown (also professionally know as Brown-Mitic) has a multicultural, multinational education and perspective. She completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in Honors Geography and Resource Management at the University of Windsor, Ontario Canada, her Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees at McGill University, Montreal, Canada. She also holds a 3 year Diploma in Urban Planning Technology from the University of Technology, Kingston, Jamaica.
Dr. Brown’s specialty is in the areas of the hydro-meteorology, environmental science, sustainability and sustainable community development. In 1999 Dr. Brown joined the Department of Hydrology and Water Resources at the University of Arizona and spent the following 5 years as a Post Doctorial Research Scientist in the University’s Center for the Sustainability of Semi-Arid Hydrology and Riparian Areas (SAHRA), conducting research, outreach and education in semi-arid water resources. In 2004 she joined the Faculty in the Department of Geography at Indiana University Bloomington, as an Assistant Professor and in 2012 she Join the Faculty of Northern Arizona University as the Lead Faculty Chair for the Community Development and Sustainability.
Dr. Brown is currently an Assistant Professor of Environmental Sciences in the College of Science, Technology and Mathematics at Alderson Broaddus University. She is well published in multiple scientific journals, encyclopedia, and conference proceedings, and has a passion for education, community engagement, and stewardship in support of environmental sciences and sustainability, and service in the Christian faith.