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From: The Rebel YellUNLV’s College of Education has ended the search for a new dean and selected Dr. M. Christopher Brown II. Brown, who will begin work at UNLV July 1, comes from his current position as the vice president of programs and administration with the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE). He is also on leave of absence from Pennsylvania State University College of Education. Formerly an elementary school teacher in South Carolina, he has an extensive curriculum vitae showcasing his involvement with more than 90 publications, books and journals pertaining to education. He obtained a bachelor’s degree from South Carolina State University, a master’s from University of Kentucky and a doctorate from PSU. As stated on his AACTE biography, Brown was honored with the American Society for Higher Education’s Promising Scholar/Early Career Award in 2001 and the American Educational Research Association Committee on Scholars of Color Early Career Contribution Award in 2002.