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IRSC Names Dr. Angela Browning Associate Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness

IRSC Names Dr. Angela Browning Associate Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness

March 26, 2019 Robert Lane

Indian River State College (IRSC) announces the appointment of Angela Browning, Ph.D., as Associate Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness. In this role, Dr. Browning provides leadership over the Office of Institutional Effectiveness, which is responsible for grant development, planning and assessment, institutional research, and employee development for the College.

Dr. Angela Browning, Associate Vice President of Institutional EffectivenessBrowning comes to IRSC from the Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) where she has spent the past 13 years serving in numerous leadership capacities as both a faculty member and administrator. Most recently, she has served FSCJ as the Associate Vice President of Strategic Priorities, leading one of Florida’s largest public colleges in the areas of planning & assessment, data-informed decision-making, strategic enrollment management, and Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) accreditation. Browning also oversaw all Achieving the Dream efforts, and led FSCJ’s Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), which focused on first-year completion rates of college-credit English and Math courses. Prior to her appointment to Associate Vice President of Strategic Priorities at FSCJ she was Director of Outcomes Assessment and Strategic Planning.

Browning’s previous experience also includes serving as a Professor of Communications at FSCJ and earning a FSCJ Presidential fellow—allowing her to explore many areas of the college to seek different ways to support students and the community. Browning also served as an English Professor at Santa Fe Community College and worked with the College Reach Out Program and Upward Bound. Prior to this, she worked part-time as an instructor teaching developmental English courses and high school dual enrollment courses at Santa Fe.

She credits each of these experiences with providing her a clear understanding of how community colleges serve as a vital access point to education and cites her classroom experience as among the best preparation for leadership roles in higher education.

A Jacksonville native, Browning holds an Associate in Arts Degree from St. Johns River Community College, a B.A. Degree in English from Presbyterian College, a Master’s Degree in English from the University of South Carolina and a Ph.D. in Instruction and Curriculum from the University of Florida.

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