2015 Faculty Research
Michael Callahan, assistant professor of music theory, is the author of “Teaching and Learning Music Theory at the Keyboard: Challenges, Solutions, and Impacts” in Music Theory Online.
Assistant professor of musicology, Sarah Ann Long, co-authored (with Inga Behrendt) Antiphonaria: A Catalogue of Notated Office Manuscripts Preserved in Flanders (c.1100–c.1800),Volume 1, published by the Belgian publisher Brepols in 2015.
Marcie Ray’s article "Teaching Critical Music Literacy Across the Curriculum" appeared in Engaging Students: Essays in Music Pedagogy, Vol. 3.
Mitch Robinson, associate professor of music education, recently published an invited chapter, “A Tale of Two Institutions. Or. . . Myths and Musings on Work/Life Balance,” which appears in On The High Wire: Education Professors Walk Between Work And Parenting published by Information Age Publishing. He also published an article on the uses of data in music teacher evaluation, "The Inchworm and the Nightingale: On the (Mis)use of Data in Music Teacher Evaluation,” in Arts Education Policy Review.