Brian Stuhlman is the Coordinator of Middle School Programs at Mizzou Academy. He has been a teacher for over 20 years in a variety of locations and situations. He started teaching at Fayette High School in Fayette, MO, and then moved overseas for a four-year stint at Pechersk School International in Kiev, Ukraine. In the school there, he taught in the IB program and got to travel to many places in Europe and Africa, and he met his wife, Maryna. They moved back to the states in 2006 to take jobs in Warrenton, MO, and then moved to Columbia, MO, where he took a job at Columbia Independent School teaching English and drama. Mr. Stuhlman also works with the Missouri Scholars Academy, where he teaches and coordinates programming.
Mr. Stuhlman is coordinating iterations of Mizzou Academy’s Core Middle School Curriculum and our Mizzou Global Scholars Curriculum. In his spare time he likes to enter sweepstakes, watch cartoons with his kids, go for walks in his neighborhood, and travel when he can—and he loves to read.
Degrees and Certifications:
- B.S.Ed. English, University of Missouri
- M.A. Special Education (Gifted), University of Missouri
- Missouri Certifications: English (5-12), Gifted (K-12), Speech & Debate (K-12)
Areas of Expertise
- Curriculum (re-)visioning
- Presentation development
- Gifted differentiation strategies