Dr. Brown is born in Fergus Falls, Minnesota to David E. and Sara Evelyn Nordholm.
Dr. Brown studies at the University of Beirut in Lebanon.
Dr. Brown marries Dudley J. Brown.
Dr. Brown receives a Bachelor of Arts in sociology from St. Olaf College.
Dr. Brown receives a Master of Social Work from Columbia University.
Dr. Brown becomes a medical social worker at St. Luke’s Hospital (now Mount Sinai St. Luke’s) in New York City, New York.
Dr. Brown serves as an instructor at Mbereshi Secondary School in Zambia.
Dr. Brown serves as an instructor at the University of Benghazi in Lybia.
Dr. Brown becomes a teaching associate at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Dr. Brown is promoted to assistant professor at Oklahoma State University.
Dr. Brown becomes a full professor at Northwestern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
Dr. Brown receives a Doctor of Philosophy in family relations and child development from Oklahoma State University.
Dr. Brown becomes a department chairman at Northwestern State University.
Dr. Brown becomes a founding member of the Child Abuse Prevention Task Force in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
Dr. Brown is named to the Muskogee Hall of Fame in Oklahoma.
Dr. Brown receives the Outstanding Alumni Award from the Oklahoma State University Women’s Council.
Dr. Brown serves as a presenter and planner for the Cherokee Nation Women’s Conference in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
Dr. Brown is named Northwestern State University Faculty of the Year for Service Contributions.
Dr. Brown receives the Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Association of Social Workers.
Dr. Brown retires from his profession and becomes Professor Emeritus at Northwestern State University.