PlauditsAndrea E. Brown, director of Athletic Bands, recently had a chapter published in Teaching Music Through Performance in Band Volume 6, compiled and edited by Richard Miles and published by GIA Publications Inc., Chicago.
Andrea E. Brown, director of Athletic Bands, recently had a chapter published in “Teaching Music Through Performance in Band” Volume 6, compiled and edited by Richard Miles and published by GIA Publications Inc., Chicago.
Brown's chapter was a Teacher Resource Guide for the piece, “No Shade So Rare,” by Leland Forsblad, taken from G.F. Handel's opera “Xerxes.” The resource guide includes information about the composer and arranger, composition, historical perspectives, technical considerations, stylistic considerations, musical elements, form and structure as well as suggested listening.
Brown also has been invited to contribute to “Teaching Music Through Performance in Beginning Band” Volume 2 to be published in December 2007.
Dr. Sue Evans, assistant professor of professional studies, was a featured speaker at the 53rd Annual Professional Development Seminar sponsored by the International Association of Administrative Professionals, Memphis Chapter on March 23.
The title of her presentation was “Career challenges: Providing stronger foundations for success.”
Dr. Robyn Hulsart, assistant professor of professional studies, was a session panelist for The North American Management Society symposium March 30.
The panel discussed the topic, “Is the MBA a cookie-cutter education?”
Gina Garber and Michael Hooper, assistant professors and librarians, presented “Redesign for Success: Developing a Student-Centered Web Site,” during the Tennessee Library Association 2007 Conference held April 18-20 in Chattanooga.