Rebecca Miller Brown

Rebecca Miller Brown

Assistant Director, Graduate Student Programming
Rebecca Miller Brown

As Assistant Director, Graduate Student Programming, Rebecca manages the Pedagogy Fellow program and plays a key role in training, mentoring, and creating resources for graduate student teachers. She is especially interested in supporting teachers in the humanities and social sciences. Rebecca leads seminars, workshops, and consultations on discussion leading, teaching with images and objects, and professional development for graduate students as teachers and scholars. She enjoys integrating topics from her academic research, in particular the relationship between texts, objects, and material culture in Greek and Roman antiquity, to her work in teaching and learning.

Prior to joining the Bok Center, Rebecca served as an Instructional Technologist in Academic Technology at Harvard, where she worked with faculty and graduate student teachers on the thoughtful and effective integration of educational technologies into their courses. She earned her PhD in Classical Philology at Harvard University, as well as her MA from the University of Oxford and BA from Georgetown University, both in the Classics.

Faculty, graduate students, and staff are welcome to book a 30-minute consultation with Rebecca:


Contact Information

Room 319
125 Mount Auburn Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
p: 617-496-1218