Stephanie Freeman has been teaching courses at North Carolina Central University for over 20 years, and she has 26 years of teaching experience at the collegiate level. She has degrees from North Carolina State University, UNC-Chapel Hill, and Duke University. She has been teaching Arts and Humanities classes for over 15 years and has been the director of the program for 14 years. She helped design the online classes for Arts and Humanities, and she has helped to enhance the current face-to-face classes. She received a perfect score for her work on the HUM 2420--Arts and Humanities II online class, and the class has been certified as a Quality Matters gold-seal course.
Additionally, Freeman is a writer and author. She has authored two books--"When Disaster Entered My Eden" (a memoir) and "Love Divided by Sperm." She has been a featured writer in "Forbes," "Essence," "Redbook," "The Good Life," and "Brides" magazines. She also contributed to articles in "US News and World Report," the "Wall Street Journal," the "Huffington Post," and many other newspapers and media sources.
Bachelor's of Arts degree in English, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
Master's of Arts degree in English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
Master's of Theological Studies, Duke University, Durham, NC