Braden Foreman Teachers Scholars Academy Coordinator
Master of Arts, Student Affairs Administration, Michigan State University, 2017
Bachelor of Arts, Music, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2015
Braden is the Coordinator for the new Teachers Scholars Academy in the College of Education and Human Sciences. Braden's professional interests are in curriculum design and teaching in the collegiate context.
After receiving his Bachelor's in Music from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, he went on to obtain his Master's in Student Affairs Administration from the College of Education at Michigan State University. At MSU, Braden developed a love for student development, research, assessment, and social justice education. Additionally, Braden taught a leadership development course through the College of Education.
Most recently, Braden was a Complex Director at the University of Kansas in Student Housing. Braden supervised graduate students in the Higher Education and Student Affairs area of study and chaired the Residential Curriculum Committee. In the classroom, Braden taught a first-year seminar to students in the social sciences. Braden also worked closely with students who are survivors of sexual assault and facilitated training seminars for sexual assault bystander intervention. In curriculum design, Braden gained national attention in 2018 by the Institute on the Curricular Approach through ACPA (College Student Educators International), receiving a showcase institution spotlight for his work with the residential curriculum at the University of Kansas.
Areas of Expertise:
Social Justice Education