Professor Stanley Webster Johnson

Title: College Educator
Location: Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States

Professor Stanley Webster Johnson PhD, College Educator, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership.

Graced early on by a passion for education, Dr. Johnson is recognized for the hard work he has put in over the course of four decades. With his interests in history and educational therapy guiding him, he has worked in a number of school systems to enlighten and prepare future generations. In his own academic pursuits, Dr. Johnson first earned a Bachelor of Science from Fayetteville University in 1963 and continued learning at Indiana University, receiving a Master of Science in 1966. Later on, in 1982, he earned a PhD from the University of North Texas. In addition to these markers of educational success, he has also sought out postgraduate coursework at both the University of California Los Angeles and Mount St. Mary’s College.

Since 1998, Dr. Johnson has served as an assistant professor of history at Fayetteville State University. In preceding years, he dedicated his skills and expertise as an instructor at North Central Texas College, the LA Unified School District, Denton Public Schools, LA Southwest College and the Switzer Center for Educational Therapy. Earlier in his career, he garnered experience as a teacher and educational therapist at the Center City Community Mental Health Center, as an assistant professor of history at Grambling State University, and as a teacher with Baltimore City Schools. In recognition of his work, he has received the Distinguished Alumni Award from the National Association for Equal Opportunity in High Education and the Crown Zellerbach Foundation Award. He maintained professional affiliation with the National Education Association, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the Texas Teachers Association and Alpha Kappa Nu.

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