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PROFESSIONAL ADDRESS Stephen F. Austin State University Music Music M258 Nacogdoches, TX Department Telephone: (936) Office Telephone: (936) Fax: (936) EDUCATION Dr. Ron E. Anderson Professor CURRICULUM VITAE PhD, Institution: University of Iowa Specialization/Major: Vocal Literature Dissertation: Richard Alison's Psalter (1599) and Devotional Music in England to 1640 MA, Institution: University of Iowa Specialization/Major: Music BA, Institution: Concordia College Specialization/Major: Music Honors: Magna cum laude ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE Director, SFA School of Music, During my tenure, enrollment of music majors more than doubled, several new degree programs were established, a $1.8M endowment was established for the School of Music, and a new wing was added to the music building, doubling its size. Interim Chair, SFA Department of Psychology, HONORS & AWARDS Faculty Achievement Award for Excellence in Teaching, December 2005 SFA Foundation Co-Chair, State Transfer Curriculum Committee for Music, April 1999 Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board President of Texas Association of Music Schools, March 1998 TAMS NDEA - Title IV Three-Year Graduate Fellowship, September 1, 1966 Page 1 of 7 US Government LICENSURES & CERTIFICATIONS SFA On-line Teaching Certification, Office of Instructional Technology, Local. (August Present). Received certification as an on-line teacher from Office of Instructional Technology after extensive training Teaching Certificate, State of Minnesota, State. (May Present). Received certification to teach in the state of Minnesota following completion of BM degree in Music from Concordia College. PUBLICATIONS Anderson, R. E. (1985). Marriner on Mozart (No. 1, vol. XXVI, pp ). Lawton, OK: The Choral Journal. Abstract: Article in the Choral Journal, the Official Publication of the American Choral Directors Association based on a personal interview with Neville Marriner that took place in Dijon, France. Notes: The author's A Cappella Choir was performing with Marriner and the Northern Sinfonia in two professional concerts during their 1980 European tour. Anderson, R. E. Texas Institute for Creativity and Innovation Website. Abstract: Provided the content for the website of the Texas Institute for Creativity and Innovation (TICI): Anderson, R. E. TexasCreativity.com. Abstract: Developed the content for the website for the national conference held on the SFA campus (Feb., 2009) entitled: Creativity Summit: Solutions for Business, Government and Education. Anderson, R. E., LaGraff, S. P. Texas Institute for Creativity and Innovation. Abstract: Proposal to establish the Texas Institute for Creativity and Innovation on the SFA campus using STATE of Texas seed money. Anderson, R. E. (1985). Ah Holy Jesus . Minneapolis, MN: Art Masters Studios. Abstract: Published Music. Choral Arrangement. Anderson, R. E. (1985). Bell Prayer . Nashville, TN: Broadman Publishing Co. Abstract: Printed Music. Composition for Bell Choir. Anderson, R. E. (1985). Blessed is the Man (Psalm 1). Minneapolis, MN: Art Masters Studios. Abstract: Choral Composition based on Psalm I. Anderson, R. E. (1983). Reminiscence . Nashville, TN: Broadman Press. Abstract: Printed Music. Composition for Bell Choir. Anderson, R. E. (1982). Psalm of Joy . Minneapolis, MN: Art Masters Studios. Abstract: Printed Music. Choral Composition. Anderson, R. E. (1982). Cifra - Ave Maria . New York, NY: Lawson-Gould (G. Schirmer). Abstract: Printed Music. A performance edition of a motet by this 17th century composer. Anderson, R. E. (1981). All Good Gifts . Minneapolis, MN: Art Masters Studios. Page 2 of 7 Abstract: Printed Music. Choral Composition. Anderson, R. E. (1980). Mezzogorri - Jubilate Deo . St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House. Abstract: Printed Music. A performance edition of a motet by this 17th century composer. Anderson, R. E. (1979). God Be With You Till We Meet Again . Dallas, TX: Choristers Guild. Abstract: Choral Composition for Church Choirs with optional hand bells. Anderson, R. E. (1979). I'm Going to Sing . Dallas, TX: Choristers Guild. Abstract: Printed Music. Choral Composition. Anderson, R. E. (1979). Banchieri - Exultate justi in Domino . Concordia Publishing House. Abstract: Printed music. A performance edition of a motet by this 17th century composer. The motet was also published in Stockholm, Sweden. Anderson, R. E. (1979). Viadana - Veni Sancte Spiritus . St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House. Abstract: Printed Music. A performance edition of a motet by this 17th century composer. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Anderson, R. E., Creativity Summit: A National Conference for Business, Government and Education, Creativity and Innovation: the Global Context , Texas Institute for Creativity and Innovation, Nacogdoches, TX. (February 5, 2009). Abstract: PowerPoint presentation focusing on the need within the American culture to promote creativity and innovation at every level of the educational structure as a means of sustaining economic competitiveness in the world. Blount, M., Anderson, R. E., LaGraff, S. P., Turner, M. E., Frields, G. Q., Texas Institute on Creativity and Innovation, Unlocking Students Potential through Critical, Creative, and Innovative Thinking , Small Schools Conference, SFA. (January 23, 2009). Abstract: Texas Institute on Creativity and Innovation Unlocking Students Potential through Critical, Creative, and Innovative Thinking Small Schools Project Goals: To expand the worldview of aesthetic, creative, and innovative thinking for children in small schools through the appreciation and enjoyment of the arts and sciences. To improve children s critical, creative, and innovative thinking by cultivating an understanding of these processes in classroom professionals. To present a broader spectrum of career options for students in small schools. To provide support for schools who struggle to meet the fine arts (TEKS) perception, creative expression/performance, historical and cultural heritage, and critical evaluation. Anderson, R. E., Seminar on Music Education in Indonesia, University Approach to Music Education in the United States , United States Information Agency, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. (October 1987). Abstract: Overview of the structure of music education in the United States presented in Yogyakarta, Indonesia as part of a 3-day Seminar on Music Education in Indonesia. The seminar also included guests from Holland. Notes: This was part of an 18-day trip to Indonesia sponsored by USIA. I was the sole presenter from the United States at the seminar. The trip also included lectures and workshops for students in Jakarta and Yogyakarta. Page 3 of 7 MEDIA CONTRIBUTIONS Internet, Website for Texas Institute for Creativity and Innovation. (September 2008). Created the content for the website for the Texas Institute for Creativity and Innovation. Also the content for the website for the national conference: Creativity Summit: Solutions for business, government and education. (www.sfasu.edu/tici) (www.texascreativity.org). PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS Texas Music Educators Conference, (September Present). Texas Association of Music Schools, President ( ), (August August 2009). Texas Music Educators Association, (August August 2009). National Association of Teachers of Singing, (September August 1988). American Choral Directors Association, (September August 1983). FACULTY DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES Conference Attendance, Web University , Washington, DC. (September 20, September 24, 2008). A national conference on using the Internet to do research. Was very valuable for the online Music Bibliography class that I teach. TEACHING EXPERIENCE - Recent Stephen F. Austin State University, Summer MUS , THESIS RESEARCH Stephen F. Austin State University, Spring 2009 MUP , AI: VOICE MUP , AI: VOICE MUP 495 1, HALF RECITAL MHL , MUSIC BIBLIOGRAPHY MUP 496 1, RECITAL MUP 595 1, RECITAL MUP 100 1, RECITAL ATTENDANCE MHL , SP:MUSIC BIBLIOGRAPHY Stephen F. Austin State University, Fall 2008 MUP , AI:VOICE MUP , AI:VOICE MUP 495 1, HALF RECITAL MHL , MUS BIBLIOGRAPHY MHL , MUS BIBLIOGRAPHY MUP 496 1, RECITAL MUP 100 1, RECITAL ATTEND MUS 590 1, THESIS WRITING Page 4 of 7 PROFESSIONAL SERVICE OR VOLUNTEER WORK Service Learning Committee, Member, (January 20, August 31, 2010). I was a member of the committee and the representative for the College of Fine Arts. The committee was in its organizational phase in the spring of th Anniversary Committee, Chairperson, (September 1, August 31, 2009). Chaired a 10-person committee of individuals including students from across the campus. Sponsored a Birthday Party for Stephen F. Austin State University, a challenge to the faculty, students and staff to give 85,000 hours of service to the campus and community; brought in a panel discussion group to talk about the future of the print and broadcast media, and obtained commemorative medallions that were distributed at graduations and other special campus events. Texas Institute for Creativity and Innovation, Director, (September 1, August 31, 2009). I was the main coordinator of the conference. I made all of the arrangements for the guests from off campus, made all of the arrangements with the Students Center for facilities and technical support; collated all of the materials for the 60-page conference program; made the name tags, worked with the conference committee, and made a formal presentation at the event. The main accomplishment of the Institute was to raise awareness of the need for creativity and innovation at every level of the campus. NCATE Steering Committee, Member, (August June 2007). Resource person for Fine Arts; facilitated gathering of appropriate information and review of self-study documents. NCATE accreditation approved. ITS Support Review Committee, Member, (March May 2007). Worked with interim Director to develop new support procedures. New support procedures put in place for academic year. Teaching Excellence Committee, Member, (October November 2006). Represented the College of Fine Arts on the Committee. Selected two winners. Search Committee for Dean of Fine Arts, Member, (October June 2007). Screened credentials, interviewed candidates, hosted candidates at luncheons and breakfast meetings. Successfully hired Dr. A.C. Buddy Himes, Dean, College of Fine Arts. East Texas Cultural Leader of the Year Award Luncheon, Guest Speaker, (October November 2006). Spoke about relationship of the Coles to SFA School of Music including the Cole Concert Hall and Cole Endowed Scholarship. Curriculum Committee, Director, (September 1, August 31, 2009). As the Ex Officio member of this committee, I assisted the School of Music develop the MA in Music Education including tracks with choral, instrumental and elementary emphases, the MM in Page 5 of 7 Music including tracks in vocal performance, instrumental performance, keyboard performance, conducting, opera and accompanying, as well as changes from the BME to the BM degree program with certification options, three pre-certification degree programs and a new program in Sound Recording Technology. Friends of Music, Director, (September 1, August 31, 2009). I served as the Ex-Officio leader of the group and was responsible for scheduling all meetings, arranging for meeting rooms, sending out all communications, and helping the members understand their roles as supporters of our students and faculty members. The Friends sponsored and organized the Music in the Schools program that brought a music program to every elementary school in the city of Nacogdoches, both public and private for ten years. It provided an appreciation dinner for the SOM faculty and staff, hosted fund-raising dinners for the voice area, and sponsored the annual awards banquet, Extravaganza (held for twenty-two years). Schmidbauer International String Competition, Director, (September 1, August 31, 2009). I developed the concept of an international competition with the donors (Mr. & Mrs. George Schmidbauer) on the SFA campus, assisted the competition committee with organizational details, secured a reception for the contestants, and served as one of the hosts for the event for the first two years. The competition awards more than $12,000 in prizes annually. The first two years of the competition brought regional, national and international recognition to SFA and the School of Music. Winners of the competition prizes are recognized throughout the world as the Schmidbauer Competition Winners. Young Artist Scholarship Competition, Administrative Assignment, (September August 2009). Developed and administrated the program. It was responsible for upgrading the performance level of students entering the School of Music Sound Recording Technology Degree Program, Director, (September August 2008). Was main developer of this program, courses, and course content (syllabi). All eight courses were approved as was the new degree track in Sound Recording Technology. The program began in Fall, Madrigal Dinners, Director of A Cappella Choir, (December December 1983). Responsibility for all planning and coordination of event for nine years. Became a very popular event on the SFA campus. Ran three evenings each year. Choir Trip to Europe, Student Organization Advisor, (June 1980). Planned and coordinated the trip through ACFEA. Responsible for fund raising, program selections, and managing 40 participants Texas Association of Music Schools, Austin, Texas. Past President, (January Present). Served on panel discussion for the Association on mistakes young administrators make. Nacogdoches Public Library, Nacogdoches, TX. Board of Directors, (September July 2008). Appointed to Board of Directors Successful in instituting a Teen Film Festival through Nacogdoches Public Library. Page 6 of 7 State Transfer Curriculum for Music, Austin, TX. Co-Chair of Committee, (February May 2000). Served as Co-Chair of the Committee charged with developing a transfer curriculum that would govern the transfer of music classes between public colleges and universities in the State of Texas. Reported to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. The committee was successful in developing the transfer curriculum that is still in effect today. Texas Association of Music Schools, Austin, TX. Officer, President, (February February 2000). Served as President of this organization from Responsible for helping plan the annual conference, presiding at the conference and keeping the music administrators apprised of important issues impacting university music programs in the State of Texas. Established a new web site for the organization and helped develop a transfer curriculum for music courses at public universities in the state. First United Methodist Church, Nacogdoches, TX. Director of Music, (September May 1995). Served for 25 years as the Director of Music. Had responsibilities for overseeing the entire music program. Specific duties were to direct the Chancel Choir and at times the Carol and Bell Choirs. Page 7 of 7
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