Adam Brewer teaches U.S. History to 1877. He received a Doctor of Arts degree in Political Science with an interdisciplinary History and U.S. Government emphasis from Idaho State University in 2017. He also received a Master of Public Administration degree from Idaho State University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Brigham Young University-Idaho. While completing his doctorate, Adam taught at Brigham Young University-Idaho as a visiting assistant professor. Later, he taught at the University of Montana as an assistant professor for over three years. He has published works in various academic journals and has presented his research around the country. His research focuses on contemporary free speech issues in the public workplace, and he also enjoys researching innovative pedagogical strategies for teachers in higher education. Before moving to Utah, he conducted professional development trainings on ethics in government to large audiences of public employees in Montana. Adam and his wife currently live in Pleasant Grove, UT and have four children.