Pam Kocher Brown, AP Associate Professor
Dr. Pam Kocher Brown is a professor in the Kinesiology (KIN) Department at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She joined the faculty in 2003 and currently teaches in the areas of pedagogy, sociohistorical perspectives and the activities program. Dr Brown oversees the K-12 licensure program in Physical Education and Health Teacher Education Program Coordinator.
Dr. Brown will serve as the Division of Continual Learning Faculty Fellow from January 2013 - August 2014. She will be developing an online program in KIN and working with faculty to develop online courses in KIN. As an advocate for online instruction and the use of technology to engage students and foster learning, this fellowship offers a exciting challenge.
She was the 2007 recipient of the Teaching Excellence Award for the School of Health and Human Sciences.
Dr. Brown serves as the departmental representative on the HHS Curriculum Committee. She is a member of the University General Education Committee .
Her background is diverse and includes experience in online instruction, aquatics, pedagogy, exercise physiology, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation, administration and coaching (soccer and tennis). She is an advocate for creating a learning environment where students are actively engaged in the learning process. Her goal is for students to not only gain knowledge about the area of Kinesiology but to be able to apply it now, as well as, in the future.