Dr. Scott Brown manages community service, service-learning, and undergraduate research programs in the Center for Experiential Learning and Career Success. Specifically, he advises the Trinity University Volunteer Action Community (TUVAC) student organization and the Tiger Breaks (Alternative Break) program, manages the Community-based Federal Work Study program, provides faculty support for service-learning initiatives, and coordinates the undergraduate research program.
NSEE, National Society of Experiential Education
NASPA, Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education
Ph.D. in College Student Affairs Administration, University of Georgia, 2017
M.Ed. in Higher & Postsecondary Education, Arizona State University, 2010
B.S. in Education, The Ohio State University, 2007
Presentations & Publications
Brown, S. M. (2019, April). Applying Experiential Education Principles to Community-based Federal Work Study Programs. Gulf-South Summit: Huntsville, TX.
Brown, S. M. (2017, September). Experiential Learning in the Co-Curricular: White Students’ Awareness of Power & Privilege in Alternative Break Programs. National Society for Experiential Education Annual Conference: St. Petersburg, FL.
Clark, J., & Brown, S. M. (2017). Connecting assessment and strategic planning to advancing equity on campus. The Journal of Student Affairs Inquiry, 2(1), 1-36.
Brown, S. M. (2017, March). A Critical Narrative Analysis: White Student Leader Participation in Service-Learning Programs (paper presentation). NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX.
Brown, S. M. (2015, October). “It Could be Worse, It Could be Better”: The Lived Social Experiences of Gay Men in Residence Halls (paper presentation). Southern Association for College Student Affairs Annual Conference. Greenville, SC.
Brown, S. M., Clark, J., & Reckard, N. (2015, June). Understanding the Basics: A Case Study on Assessment and Strategic Planning (paper presentation). NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education Annual Persistence & Retention Conference. Boston, MA.
Dunn, M., Brown, S. M., Gay, C., & Anderson, B. (2015, March). From Education to Action: A University’s Response to Poverty. NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA.
Community service & Involvement
Service-Learning Intercollegiate Collaborative of San Antonio
San Antonio Volunteer Administrators, United Way of San Antonio
Trinity Gallup Strengths Team
Campus Coordinator, United Way Days of Caring, Staff & Faculty Service Project
Co-Chair, Trinity 150th Anniversary Kick-off: A Day of Service and Celebration
Co-Chair, Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement Committee
Co-Chair, Student Life Professional Development Committee