Title: Retired Social Science Educator, Clergy Member
Company: Various Locations
Location: Walkersville, Maryland, United States
John Brown, Retired Social Science Educator, Clergy Member, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of education.
Prior to his retirement in 1996, Dr. Brown has made extraordinary contributions to the fields of education and the Church. He has been ordained a minister of the Presbyterian Church since 1961 and specializes in social science education with an emphasis on ancient near-Eastern history, using his knowledge to help others understand concepts both sacred and secular. His career responsibilities have included professor of history, philosophy and religion for Harford Community College in Bel Air, MD, as well as minister of Christian education for the Grace Presbyterian Church in Jenkintown, PA, and university chaplain’s assistant for Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. Additionally, Dr. Brown has contributed numerous articles to professional journals and has recently published his book “What This Country Really Needs: A Story of An American Vice-President, Thomas R. Marshall.” From 1982 to 1985, he was the editor for the Harford Historical Bulletin. Likewise, Dr. Brown has penned many articles for esteemed publications in his industry.
Dr. Brown has achieved much throughout the course of his career including leading an archaeological expedition to Tell Ashdod, Israel, during the summer of 1963 and discovering the Kassite Cylinder Seal from the 15th century. He has received research grants from numerous organizations including the National Endowment of The Humanities and the Maryland Humanities Council of Baltimore in 1985. Bettering any organization with which he is affiliated, he has held membership with organizations such as the Maryland Historical Society, the Bel Air American History Club and the Organization of American Historians. In recognition of his illustrious success, Dr. Brown has been presented The Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award and has been featured in multiples editions of Who’s Who in America and Who’s Who in the South and Southwest.
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