World Champion of Destruction and Defender of Online Education: Spotlight on Audra Brown | OMSCS | Georgia Institute of Technology | Atlanta, GA
Jan. 6, 2017 Troubleshooter. Problem-solver. Creator. World Champion of Destruction. When asked to describe her career, these are the words Audra Brown uses. A full-time instructional technologist at Clovis Community College, as well as a Georgia Tech online M.S.
(Kelly was written by Kelly Blanchard. Tommy was written by Audra Brown.) The octagonal cage was set up in a large cave, surrounded by rows of classic muscle cars in various states of repair, and illuminated by an undulating red-orange light that emerged from the complex pattern of lines that ran across the smooth ceiling…
(Kelly was written by Kelly Blanchard. Audra was written by Audra Brown.) Atop a mesa in New Mexico. How was it possible to even get up here, Kelly wasn’t sure, but that was the perks of being a Muse. Someone said they wanted to meet somewhere specific, and she made it happen.
Frank Herbert always springs right to mind. “Dune” is still one of my favorite books of all time, and I’ve re-read it way more than any other book. I’ve also read everything else by Frank Herbert that I could find, so he’s definitely a favorite.
Q&A with A.L. Brown (2016)