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NCCU Staff Member Named UNC System Council Co-Chair

Racheal Brooks, Ph.D.

North Carolina Central University (NCCU) Office of e-Learning Coordinator Racheal Brooks, Ph.D., was named to serve as co-chair of the University of North Carolina (UNC) System's Quality Matters Council.

In this role, Brooks will assist in guiding a group of experts to create an online learning community across the system and all institutions of higher education in North Carolina. She will also work to promote quality online education and exceptional faculty development in collaboration with representatives throughout the UNC System.

“I am delighted and honored to represent North Carolina Central University through my appointment with the University of North Carolina System,” said Brooks. “I am committed to partnering with e-learning professionals at our peer institutions to implement goals for quality assurance in digital education through the development of Quality Matters Program initiatives throughout the seventeen campuses.”

Brooks’ extensive background with quality matters and online education will contribute to the UNC System Quality Matters Council’s efforts towards the system-wide goal of improving digital pedagogy. The committee also supports certifying the quality of online courses and provides professional development opportunities for faculty.

Brooks has also served in various teaching positions in higher education. Before joining NCCU’s Division of Extended Studies in 2015, she served in various positions at UNC Chapel Hill, Saint Augustine’s College and Georgia State University. She has also served as a lecturer at NCCU and provided instruction for the Latin American Association. 

Brooks received her bachelor’s degree in Spanish from NCCU in 2006. She obtained a master’s from Georgia State University in Spanish Literature in 2010 and a doctorate in educational evaluation and policy analysis from N.C. State University in 2015.

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