The College of Liberal Arts Excellence in Teaching Awards recognize one outstanding teacher in each of the following four categories: Graduate Teaching Assistant, Non-Tenure Track Faculty, Tenure-Track Faculty, and Associate Professor. Full professors, who are eligible for the John N. Stern Distinguished Professor Award, are not eligible for this award. Jeff LaQuatra, Instructor of Music, […]
Steven Workman, production manager and technical director for the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance received the 2021-2022 College of Liberal Arts Administrative Professional Award. The award recognizes meritorious and outstanding achievement in job skills and/or service to the college by administrative professional employees.
Christian Kuhlman is recognized as an outstanding graduate for his percussion talent and incredible perseverance to earn his graduate degree during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Seth Pendergast Dr. Pendergast published both “Research-to-Resource: Two Motivation Frameworks for Encouraging School Choral Participation” for The Choral Journal and “Creative Music-Making with Digital Audio Workstations” in Music Educator’s Journal. Dr. Pendergast appeared on the Choralosophy Podcast to discuss the “Encouraging School Choral Participation” article. Listen to the podcast here. Dr. Bonnie Jacobi Dr. […]
Scott Wheeler, B.M., Music Education, ‘95 Scott Wheeler is choir director at Kinard Core Knowledge Middle School in Fort Collins, Colorado, and has worked as a music teacher in the Poudre School District for 25 years. How have you experienced innovation in your job (including overcoming challenges to find success with your students)? I think […]
Her tenacity in spite of the pandemic, general optimism, and ability to perform with great talent have made Abby a true leader in the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance at CSU.
Sean Brennan graduates with his Master of Music and is being recognized for his leadership and mentorship of CSU undergraduate students.
“No one knows what they’ll be doing at 50, even when you’re 49, so let yourself change your mind, your goals and your environment. Change over time is a fundamental element of life itself, so lean into it.”
After more than 50 years, the most heavily utilized academic building on the Fort Collins main campus is getting a makeover.
The College of Liberal Arts acknowledges the accomplishments and efforts of the outstanding faculty, staff, and volunteers for 2022.