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Ebony N. Bridwell-Mitchell is an Assistant Professor of Sociology & Organizations at Brown University. Her research focuses on the micro-social dynamics of institutional processes, particularly in school contexts. In particular, her research contributes to innovative lines of inquiry in neo-institutional theory to address the importance of individuals' understandings and social interactions in maintaining or changing existing social institutions. As an instructor Professor Bridwell-Mitchell is committed to passionate and rigorous pedagogy, which instills in students a deep curiosity about organizational issues and integrates theoretical and practical knowledge in order to help students think critically and solve problems in real organizational contexts. Professor Bridwell-Mitchell's academic and professional interests in education, organizational change, and public policy are an extension of her desire to encourage human development, public value and social equity through institutional and systemic reform.

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Assistant Professor of Sociology
Department of Sociology - Commerce, Organizations & Entrepreuership Faculty
Phone: +1 401 863 2367
E-mail: e_bridwell-mitchell@brown.edu

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