The family atmosphere and student-centered philosophy of OPSU were major factors in my decision to become an Aggie.Alice Brazeau
Brazeau received her Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1989. Then, in 2006 she completed a Bachelor’s degree in Education centering around Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Mathematics.
Prior to OPSU, Brazeau taught at the secondary level, but her dream was to teach in Higher Education. “The family atmosphere and student-centered philosophy of OPSU were major factors in my decision to become an Aggie.”, said Brazeau.
One of her favorite things about teaching in Higher Education is that she does not have recess duty. “One thing I often point out to my former colleagues who are still teaching middle school and high school is that I do not have recess duty.”
Dean Shawna Tucker commented, “Ms. Brazeau is an awesome addition to the OPSU mathematics faculty. Her diverse background makes her a very effective and interesting instructor. We are delighted to have her as part of the OPSU family!”
Brazeau is an active member of the Victory Center Church in Guymon, often finding her at the sound booth. She also likes puzzles and board games. Brazeau stated, “Students are often a bit surprised to hear that I consider myself to be a gamer. Jigsaw puzzles, cryptograms, board games, card games, word games, and computer games are all things I enjoy.”
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