By David Menconi Way back in 1908, a man named Lewis Hyder was involuntarily committed to Dorothea Dix Hospital in Raleigh. He was 30 years old, recently returned from a four-year stint in the military,
Tag: Music Department
Flutist and composer Allison Loggins-Hull is one of four artists commissioned to create a new work for the orchestras of NC State during this “20 for ’20” themed season.
Thrilling. Once in a lifetime. Totally exhilarating. That’s a sample of reactions from NC State Department of Music orchestra students (and their professor, Dr. Peter Askim) in response to a transformative experience in October 2019.
This year, University College has selected Dr. Wes Parker, Director of the Jazz Studies, as the winner for the Outstanding Teacher Award. Dr. Parker’s work and teaching have been praised by students and co-workers alike.
by: Qulea Anderson Daniela Patino-Zabaleta, an NC State senior majoring in Business with an Arts Entrepreneurship minor, received a University Fellowship Office SUPER-Curricular Seed Grant in 2018. The University Fellowship Office offers the grant that provides
Through a DELTA Grant, a team of staff members partnered with Associate Teaching Professor Olga Kleiankina from the Department of Music to transform MUS 107: Class Piano I by creating an interactive web book to replace the standard method book.
Gary Beckman of the arts entrepreneurship program, based in the Department of Music, has been a pivotal and influential figure in his field for over a decade.
Every college within NC State nominates exemplary teachers each year to represent their college. This year, University College considered five spectacular candidates for its nominee for the Outstanding Teacher Award.
DELTA awarded more than $240,000 in new and continuing DELTA Grants to 29 recipients across the university including eight academic colleges and the Division of Academic and Student Affairs. DELTA Grants apply innovative pedagogy, instructional technology and course design to solve instructional challenges.
This spring, the Division of Academic and Student Affairs (DASA) hosted its inaugural Endowment and Scholarship Luncheon. The event was the first such opportunity for the division to bring together donors and the talented students who are greatly impacted by their generous support.