Mary Ann Stankiewicz

Associate Professor of Art Education

The Pennsylvania State University

Art Education Program

207 Arts Cottage

University Park, PA 16802-2905 U.S.A.

Phone:(814) 863-7307/Fax: (814) 863-8664

mas53@psu.edu

 

EDUCATION

 

Ph.D., Art Education, The Ohio State University, 1979

M.F.A., Art Education, Syracuse University, 1976

B.F.A., Art Education, Syracuse University, 1970

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

Associate Professor (tenure track), Art Education, School of Visual Arts, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Fall 2000 to present

Associate Professor (fixed term), Art Education, School of Visual Arts, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 1999-2000

Editor, Art Education, the journal of the National Art Education Association, 1995-98

Independent Scholar & Consultant, 1994-present

Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs, Ringling School of Art and Design, 1992-1994

Program Officer, The Getty Center for Education in the Arts, 1990-92

Associate Professor, Department of Art, California State University, Long Beach, 1988‑90  

Associate Professor (tenured), Art Education, Department of Art, University of Maine; Cooperating Associate Professor (tenured), College of Education, University of Maine, 1985‑87; Assistant Professor, Art Education, Department of Art, University of Maine; Cooperating Assistant Professor, College of Education, University of Maine, 1979‑85 

Graduate Administrative Assistant, The Ohio State University, 1977-79

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Syracuse University, 1975-76

Student Teaching Supervisor, Syracuse University, 1974-75

Resident Advisor, Syracuse University, 1974-75

Art Teacher, The Public Schools of Lenox (Massachusetts), 1970-74

 

AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

 

President, National Art Education Association (NAEA), April 2003-Spring 2005

 

June King McFee Award for 2003 from the Women’s Caucus of the National Art Education Association

 

National Art Education Association President-elect, Spring 2001- April 2003

 

1998 Studies in Art Education Invited Lecturer, National Art Education Association annual conference, Chicago

 

1995 Summer Research Fellowship at the Oregon Center for the Humanities at the University of Oregon

 

Nominated  for Who’s Who of American Women, 1995-96

 

Who’s Who in America, 48th ed.

 

Who’s Who in American Education, 4th ed.

 

Kenneth Marantz Distinguished Alumni Award from the Graduate Students, Department of Art Education, The Ohio State University, Columbus, 1992

 

Maine Art Educator of the Year, award from National Art Education Association and Maine Art Education Association, 1983

 

Phi Kappa Phi, University Honorary, elected member at Ohio State, President, University of Maine Alpha chapter 1985-87

 

Ohio State University Graduate Student Alumni Research Award, 1978

 

Ohio State University Graduate Fellowship, 1976-77

 

SINGLE-AUTHORED BOOK

 

Roots of Art Education Practice.  Worcester, MA: Davis Publications, Inc., 2001.

            Part of Art Education in Practice series, Marilyn G. Stewart, series editor. 

 

BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS EDITED

 

The History of Art Education:  Proceedings from the Second Penn State Conference, 1989, co-edited with Patricia M. Amburgy, Donald Soucy, Brent Wilson, and Marjorie Wilson.  Reston, VA:  National Art Education Association, 1993.

Framing the Past:  Essays on Art Education, co‑edited with Donald Soucy.  Reston, VA:  National Art Education Association, 1990.

Women Art Educators II, co‑edited with Enid Zimmerman.  Bloomington, IN:  The Mary Rouse Memorial Fund, 1985.

            Women Art Educators, co‑edited with Enid Zimmerman.  Bloomington, IN:  The Mary Rouse Memorial Fund, 1982.

Limits and Extents of International Research in Art Education, co‑edited with Kenneth Marantz.  Columbus, OH:  Department of Art Education, The Ohio State University, 1978.

 

SELECTED ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS (from 30 refereed articles)

 

“Between Technology and Literacy,” International Journal of Art and Design Education (England), 22 (3, 2003) (in press).

“Middle Class Desire: Ornament, Industry, and Emulation in 19th Century Art Education,” Studies in Art Education, 43 (4, 2002): 324-338.

“Community/Schools Partnership for the Arts: Collaboration, Politics, and Policy.”  Arts Education Policy Review, 101 (1, September/October 2001):29-32.

“Embodied Conceptions and Refined Taste: Drawing Enters the Lowell Schools.”  Visual Arts Research, 26 (2): 1-14.

“Discipline and the Future of Art Education.”  Studies in Art Education, 40 (4, Summer 2000): 301-313.

Second author with Elizabeth Garber.  “An Experiment in Interactive Distance Education:  Feminist Perspectives.”  The Journal of Gender Issues in Art and Education, 1 (Spring 2000): 113-126. 

Cyberfaculty: An Experience in Distance Learning,” with Elizabeth Garber.  Art Education, 53 (1, January 2000): 33-38.

“Spinning the Arts NAEP.”  Arts Education Policy Review, 101 (1, September/October 1999): 29-32. 

“Chromo-Civilization and the Genteel Tradition (An Essay on the Social Value of Art Education).”  Invited article for Studies in Art Education, 40 (2, Winter 1999): 101-113. Originally presented as the 1998 Invited Studies in Art Education Lecture at the National Art Education Association annual conference, April 2, 1998.

“Perennial Promises and Pitfalls in Arts Education Reform.” Arts Education Policy Review, 99 (2, November/December 1997):  8-14.  (invited) 

“Advocacy, Resources, Teachers:  Continuing Challenges for Art Education.”  Journal of Art and Design Education, 16 (3, 1997):  257-262.

“Women’s Clubs, Art, and Society.”  Arts and Learning Research (SIG Proceedings Journal, American Educational Research Association), 10 (1, 1992-93):  58-57. 

“From the Aesthetic Movement to the Arts and Crafts Movement,” Studies in Art Education, 33 (3, Spring 1992): 163-173. 

“Art at Hull House, 1889‑1901:  Jane Addams and Ellen Gates Starr,” Woman’s Art Journal, 10 (1, Spring/Summer 1989):  35‑39. 

“Form, Truth, and Emotion:  Transatlantic Influences on Formalist Aesthetics.”  Journal of Art and Design Education, 7 (1, Spring 1988):  81‑96. 

“Beauty in Design and Pictures:  Idealism and Aesthetic Education.”  The Journal of Aesthetic Education, 21 (4, Winter 1987):  63‑76. 

“Drawing Book Wars.” Visual Arts Research, 12 (2, 1986):  59‑72.

“A Picture Age:  Reproductions in Picture Study.”  Studies in Art Education, 26 (Winter 1985):  86‑92. 

“‘The Eye Is a Nobler Organ:’ Ruskin and American Art Education.”  The Journal of Aesthetic Education, 18 (Summer 1984):  51‑64. 

“Self‑Expression and Teacher Influence:  The Shaw System of Finger‑Painting.”  Art Education, 37 (3, March 1984):  20‑24. 

 

BOOK CHAPTERS (from over 19 chapters in books or published proceedings)

 

First author with Patricia Amburgy, & Paul Bolin. Invited chapter, “Questioning the Past: Contexts, Functions, and Stakeholders in 19th Century Art Education,” in Handbook of Research and Policy in the Field of Art Education (working title), edited by Elliot W. Eisner & Michael Day. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers (in press).

“From Accomplishments to Zines: Schoolgirls and Visual Culture,” in Women Art Educators V, edited by Kit Grauer, Rita Irwin, & Enid Zimmerman. Reston, VA: National Art Education Association in collaboration with the Canadian Society for Education through Art (in press).

 “Three: Reading Lorna Simpson’s Art in Contexts.”  Invited book chapter in Contemporary Issues in Art Education for Elementary Educators, edited by Peg Speirs & Yvonne Gaudelius, pp. 384-394.  Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall Publishers, 2002.

“Status and Opportunity: Reflecting on Doctoral Studies in Art Education.”  Invited concluding chapter for In Their Own Words: A History of the Development of Doctoral Studies in Art Education, edited by James Hutchens, pp. 181-191.  Reston, VA:  National Art Education Association, 2001.

“What Principals Should Know About . . . Visual Arts Education.”  In What Principals Should Know About..., edited by Sandra Tonnsen, pp. 181-193.  Springfield, IL:  Charles C. Thomas Publishers, 2000. (invited)

“Historical Research Methods in Art Education.”  In Research Methods for Art Education, edited by Sharon LaPierre and Enid Zimmerman, pp. 57-73.  Reston, VA:  National Art Education Association, 1997.  (invited)

“So What: Interpretation in Art Education History.”  In Art Education Historical Methodology:  An Insider’s Guide to Doing and Using, edited by Peter Smith, consulting editor Sharon D. LaPierre, pp. 53-61.  Pasadena, CA:  Open Door Publishers for the Seminar for Research in Art Education, 1995. (invited)

“Virtue and Good Manners: Toward a History of Art History Instruction.” In The Early Years of Art History in the United States, edited by Craig Smyth and Peter Lukehart, pp. 183-193.  Princeton, NJ:  Department of Art and Archaeology, distributed by Princeton University Press, 1994. (invited)

“Becoming an Art Educator: An Historical Perspective on Higher Education.” The Future:  Challenge of Change, edited by Norman C. Yakel, pp. 1-14. Reston, VA: National Art Education Association, 1992. (invited)

“Barbarian or Civilized: Ellen Gates Starr, T.C. Horsfall and the Chicago Public School Art Society.” In Histories of Art and Design Education, Cole to Coldstream, edited by David Thistlewood, pp. 55-68. London: Longman, 1992. (invited)

“Time, Antimodernism, and Holiday Art.” Chapter 34 in The History of Art Education: Proceedings from the Second Penn State Conference, 1989. (refereed)

“Democracy and Art, Then and Now,” pages 167‑174 in Art in a Democracy, edited by Doug Blandy and Kristin G. Congdon.  New York:  Teachers College Press, 1987. (invited)

“A Generation of Art Educators,” in The History of Art Education:  Proceedings from the Penn State Conference, edited by Harlan Hoffa and Brent Wilson. University Park:  College of Arts and Architecture, The Pennsylvania State University, distributed by NAEA, 1987.  (refereed)

With Enid Zimmerman. “Women’s Achievements in Art Education.” Chapter 6 in Women, Art, and Education by Georgia Collins and Renee Sandell. Reston, VA:  National Art Education Association, 1984. (invited)

 


INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATIONS AND GUEST SPEAKER

 

“Technology and Art Education: Means, Metaphors and Meaning,” invited Super Session paper at the InSEA [International Society for Education through Art] Asian Regional Congress, Sun/Moon Lake, Taiwan, R.O.C., November 3, 2001.

“Roots of Art Education Practice,” invited speaker for Quarterly Quorum, Department of Curriculum Studies–Art Education Program, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, October 14, 1998

“Tensions in Writing Art Education History,” Canadian History of Education Association conference, October 16, 1998, Vancouver, British Columbia

“An Experiment in Interactive Distance Education,” with Elizabeth Garber and Maurice J. Sevigny, 4th European Regional Congress of the International Society for Education through Art, July 12, 1997, Glasgow

“Advocacy, Resources, Teachers:  Continuing Challenges for Art Education,” Research Pre-conference for the 4th European Regional Congress of the International Society for Education through Art, July 10, 1997, Glasgow

John Steinecker Memorial Lecturer for 1993, “National Initiatives and Assessments for Art Education in the United States,” invited lecture Arts Education Program, Faculty of Education, University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, October 20, 1993

“Barbarian or Civilized: Ellen Gates Starr, T. C. Horsfall, and the Chicago Public School Art Society,” invited paper presented at the International Seminar: History of Art and Design Education held in conjunction with “Past Practices, Future Trends,” centenary conference of the National Society for Education in Art and Design, Bournemouth, England, November 25, 1988

“Rules and Invention: Competing Influences on Turn‑of‑the‑Century Design Education,” paper read by Donald Soucy at the Seminar on the History of Art Education held in conjunction with the Canadian Society for Education through Art Annual Assembly, Halifax, Nova Scotia, November 7, 1987

“The Printed Image in Art Education, 1880‑1920,  The International Society for Education through Art Pre‑Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 19‑20, 1984

Panelist: “Doing Historical Research in Art Education,” INSEA XXV World Congress, Rio de Janeiro, July 22‑28, 1984

“Historical Research in Art Education,” to faculty and graduate students, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada, May 11, 1982

 

INVITED GUEST SPEAKER (from 30 speaking engagements)

 

“My Life in Art Education History,” invited talk as recipient of 2003 NAEA [National Art Education Association] Women’s Caucus June King McFee Award, National Art Education Association annual conference, Minneapolis, MN, April 6, 2003.

Guest critic for the M.A. in Art Education program at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD, January 18-19, 2003.

“Art Worlds of Nineteenth-Century Children,” invited guest speaker, University of South Carolina Art Education Program, Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, SC, November 25, 2002.

“Middle Class Desire: Ornament, Industry, and Emulation in 19th Century Art Education,” John Landrum Bryant Lecture Performance Series, Arts in Education Program, Graduate School of Education, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, November 21, 2001

 “Discipline and the Future of Art Education,” invited as one of three presentations in the President’s Series: Defining Art Education, Special Session: Definition III, National Art Education Association annual conference, March 26, 1999, Washington, DC. 

“Schools, Museums, and Educational Reforms: The Role of Art in the Nineteenth Century,” invited lecture, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, February 18, 1996

“Reforms, Standards, Assessment, and the Arts,” keynote lecture for Art Educators Professional Day, Pinellas County Schools, St. Petersburg, FL, September 24, 1993 

“The Role of Assessment in Visual Arts Education for the 90s,” keynote lecture for the Spring 1993 Art Teachers Workshop at the Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL, March 13, 1993

 

SELECTED PAPER PRESENTATIONS (from over 78 papers & presentations at national conferences and over 20 workshops at regional & state conferences)

 

“Looking Forward, Looking Back: Envisioning Art Education,” invited keynote speech at Awards Banquet, Georgia Art Education Association 2002 annual conference, Sheraton Colony Square Hotel, Atlanta, GA, November 22, 2002.

“Re-Membering: Childhood Art Worlds and Professional Self-Consciousness,” invited Higher Education lecture, Pennsylvania Art Education Association 2002 annual conference, Genetti Hotel, Williamsport, PA, October 26, 2002.

 “‘Inventing Original Pictures’: Art Worlds of Nineteenth-Century Children,” at the 27th annual Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife, “The Worlds of Children, 1620-1920,”  Historic Deerfield, MA, June 15, 2002.

Panel: “Histories of Art Education,” with Patricia Amburgy (organizer) and John Howell White, PAEA annual conference, Pittsburgh, PA, October 27, 2001.

Panel: “Art Education in Practice” with Marilyn G. Stewart, Terry Barrett, Kristin Congdon, Jacqueline Chanda, Frances Thurber and Martin Rosenberg, National Art Education Association (NAEA) annual conference, New York, NY, March 17, 2001.

Panel: “Remembering the Past: 100 Years of School Arts,” with John Howell White, Eldon Katter, Kent Anderson, David Baker, and Wyatt Wade, NAEA annual conference, New York, NY, March 15, 2001.

 “Reviving Art Education Through Collaboration,” NAEA annual conference, Los Angeles, CA, April 1, 2000. 

“Encouraging Reflective Practice Through Art Education History,” NAEA annual conference, Los Angeles, CA, March 31, 2000.

“Spinning the Arts NAEP,” Council for Policy Studies in Art Education annual conference, Washington, DC, March 23, 1999.

“Chromo-civilization and the Genteel Tradition,” Studies in Art Education Invited Lecture, NAEA annual conference, Chicago, IL, April 2, 1998.

Cyberfaculty,” Florida Art Education Association annual conference, Orlando, FL, October 18, 1997.

“Gender and Class in 19th Century Art Education,” NAEA annual conference, San Francisco, CA, March 22, 1996.

“The Celestial City of Culture: Henry Turner Bailey’s City of Refuge,” Third Penn State Conference on the History of Art Education, University Park, PA. October 13, 1995.

“Whose Knowledge Was It?”, NAEA annual conference, Houston, TX, April 7, 1995.

“Questioning the School-to-Work Rhetoric,” Council for Policy Studies in Art Education, Houston, TX, April 6, 1995.

“Women’s Clubs, Art, and Society,” part of a Symposium on The Women’s Movement in Art Education, 1800-1930, that I organized for the Arts and Learning Special Interest Group, American Educational Research Association annual conference, San Francisco, CA, April 23, 1992.

“Cultured Images: Reproductions in Turn-of-the-Century Art Education,” invited presentation at the 5th Conference on Visual Literacy, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA, March 2, 1990.

“Art Teacher Preparation, Especially Women and Non‑Traditional Students,” invited paper, Higher Education Strand, California Art Education Association Annual Conference, Costa Mesa, CA, October 26, 1989.

“Time, Antimodernism, and Holiday Art,” refereed paper, Second Penn State History of Art Education Conference, University Park, PA, October 12, 1989.

“Virtue and Good Manners:  Toward a History of Art History Instruction,” presented as part of a session titled “Institutionalizing Art History:  The Early Discipline in the United States” at the College Art Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, February 18, 1989.

“The Education of an Evangelist for Aesthetic Righteousness,” International Society of Educational Biography, Chicago, IL, May 2, 1986.

Invited symposium panelist:  “The Future of Inquiry into the History of Art Education,” Conference on the History of Art Education, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, November 4, 1985.

“Picture Study: Context and Content,” History of Education Society Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, October 19‑21, 1984.

“The Lady Was an Art Teacher: Women in Art Education,” National Women’s Studies Association Sixth Annual Conference, Douglass College, New Brunswick, NJ, June 24‑28, 1984.

 

CONSULTANT

 

Chair, Review Committee for the Getty Center for Education in the Arts Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships--1996, 1997, 1998

Consultant to Ringling School of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL:  June 1997, work audit of Admissions and Financial Aid; Fall 1995, mentoring faculty in Department of Computer Animation on teaching effectiveness; Fall 1994, compiling and editing the School’s Self-Study Report for submission to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools as part of preparation for re-accreditation

Consultant to Far West Laboratory for Educational Research and Development, content review of the Early Adolescence through Young Adulthood/Art Portfolio for certification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, July 1995

Consultant to the Getty Center for Education in the Arts for “Creating and Beyond,” writing portraits and snapshots, profiles of schools and districts, October-December 1995; planning application review process, developing questionnaire, reviewing proposals, developing site visit protocol, planning and carrying out site visits to schools/districts considered for inclusion in this publication as case studies, October 1993 - July 1994

Consultant to Sarasota County Arts Council, planning and facilitating workshop series on thematic, interdisciplinary, multicultural arts education for K-8 teachers, Fall 1994 - Winter 1995

Proposal Review, Applications for Development of the 1996 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) in the Arts, Math, and Science, U. S. Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, National Center for Educational Statistics, January - April 1994

Consultant to OWL-TV planning for “Starlight Park,” children’s television program on the arts, Toronto, Canada, August-December 1993

Consultant to the Getty Center for Education in the Arts, liaison between the Center, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the National Assessment Governing Board for an Arts Consensus Process leading to a planned National Assessment of Educational Progress in the Arts (1996); representative for the Getty Center on the Project Management Team, October 1992 - January 1994

Art Education Consultant, Improving Instruction in the Visual Arts, a National Diffusion Network project, co‑sponsored by the United States Office of Education and the Getty Center for Education in the Arts, first training conference, California Institute of Technology, July 24‑29, 1989

Senior Faculty, Central Valley Institute for Education in the Visual Arts, funded by a grant from the California State Department of Education and jointly sponsored by Fresno Unified School District and Clovis Unified School District, California State University, Fresno, June 19‑30, 1989

Planning Committee, “Sunbird” Seminar, co‑sponsored by the California State University and the Getty Center for Education in the Arts, Long Beach, May 11‑13, 1989

Invited Faculty, Getty Mini‑Institute for State Art Directors, Los Angeles, April 6‑7, 1988

Evaluation of Getty Snowbird Seminar on Preservice Discipline‑Based Art Education, August 1987 through May 1988

Planning Advisory Committee for Getty Snowbird Seminar on Preservice Discipline‑Based Art Education, August 1986 through August 1987

Invited Senior Faculty, Getty Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, Los Angeles, July 1989; associate faculty, July 1988, July 1987, July 1986; faculty, July 1985; observer, July 1984

Invited reviewer with Elliot W. Eisner of Stanford University, for the monograph on Discipline‑Based Art Education for The Getty Center for Education in the Arts, October, 1986

Mail Panelist, National Endowment for the Humanities Travel to Collections grant program, August 1986

Invited reviewer, Getty Center for Education in the Arts, for antecedent papers by Drs. Sevigny and Kern, April 1986

Research on Preservice Art Education, State Art Teacher Certification and Art Curriculum, and Foundation Programs in Higher Education for The Getty Center for Education in the Arts, July‑October, 1985

Invited reviewer and facilitator, Getty Conference on Discipline‑Based Art Education, Houston, January 24‑25, 1985

 


GRANTS

 

“‘Those Who Profess to Teach Art’: Class, Gender and Theory in the Formation of American Art Education, 1812‑1912,” two grants awarded Fall 2000 for use January-June 2001: (1) $2,000 funded by the Institute for the Arts and Humanities and (2) $2,000 funded through Individual Faculty Research Grants, College of Arts and Architecture, the Pennsylvania State University

1995 Summer Research Fellowship at the Oregon Center for the Humanities, $1,459 stipend for full-time research June 16 - August 11, 1995, in residence at the University of Oregon, Eugene

“Program Revisions in Art Education at California State University, Long Beach,” Project Director, $7,000 funded by the Getty Center for Education in the Arts through the “Sunbird” Seminar co‑sponsored by the California State University, with a match of six units of assigned time (3 for me, 3 for Dr. Elisabeth Hartung) for Spring 1990 from California State University, Long Beach (total value of grant:  $14,000)

Instructional Resources for Art Education, $9,298.32 funded from the Discretionary Fund, 1989‑90 Lottery Programs at California State University, Long Beach, Summer‑Fall 1989

“Industrial Art Education and Aestheticism:  A First Chapter,” three units of assigned time from the Scholarly and Creative Activity Committee, California State University, Long Beach, Fall 1989

“Art Education Curricular Revisions,” co‑authored with Dr. Faya Causey, Art History, $5,040 funded by California State Lottery Funds at California State University, Long Beach, January‑June 1988

“Apostles of Beauty:  Art Education, 1880‑1930,” $463 and 3 hours faculty assigned time (approximate value $3,240) funded by the Professional Opportunities Program, CSULB, January‑May 1988

“The Contributions of Ellen Gates Starr to Art Education,” $2,374 funded by the Spencer Foundation, Chicago, March‑September 1987

“Henry Turner Bailey:  An Art Educational Biography,” $500 funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities Travel to Collections Program, January 1986

“Three Women Art Educators,” $500 funded by the University of Maine Women in the Curriculum program, Summer‑Fall 1985

“Technique and Fine Impulses:  Denman W. Ross and the Teaching of Art,” $4,000 funded by University of Maine Faculty Summer Research Grant, June‑August 1984

With Kathryn Shevelow et al., “Women as Audience,” interdisciplinary mini‑project funded by the Leadership in Educational Equity Project, Women in the Curriculum Committee, University of Maine at Orono 

Four Art Education Guest Speakers, co‑operative series with Art Education Program at the University of Southern Maine, $1,000 funded by the University of Maine at Orono Cultural Affairs Committee, October 1981‑April 1982 

“Ruth Faison Shaw, Teacher of Finger‑Painting,” $2,137 funded by University of Maine at Orono Faculty Research Fund, May 1, 1981‑April 30, 1982

Principal author, proposal for Conference on Art and the Handicapped Child, May 15‑16, 1980, $1,800 funded by the Office of Health Professions Education, University of Maine System

 

MEMBER, GRADUATE COMMITTEES AT PENN STATE

 

DeborahBluestein (Ph.D. committee)

Chia-Chi Chung (Ph.D. committee)

Teresa Morales (Chair, Ph.D. Committee)

Ji-Hyun Sohn (Ph.D. committee)

Pei-Hsuan Su (Ph.D. committee, graduated August 2003)

Gina Wenger (Ph.D. committee)

 

Meng-Chun Lin, M.Ed. December 2001 (first reader, master’s paper)

Thomas F. Urbaniak, II, M.Ed. August 2000 (second reader, master’s paper)

 

EXTERNAL MEMBER, GRADUATE COMMITTEES

 

External Evaluator for Christopher Peers, Ph.D., School of Art Education, College of Fine Arts, The University of New South Wales, Paddington, Australia, Summer 2002

External Examiner for Gudrun Helgadottir, Ph.D. in Curriculum Studies (Visual Arts Education), University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, June 1997

External member for Anita Ota, Master’s degree in Art Education, California State University, Long Beach, May 1994

External Examiner for Fiona Blaikie, Ph.D. in Visual and Performing Arts in Education, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, September 1992

 

SERVICE AT THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY

 

Chair, Art Education Program Graduate Recruitment and Admissions, 2001-2002

Palmer Museum of Art Education Advisory Committee, 2001-2002

Graduate Council Committee on Programs and Course, 2001-2202

Elected representative to the Graduate Council from the College of Arts & Architecture, August 2001-July 2003

Alternate member, Behavioral Committee, Institutional Review Board [for human subjects research], January 1, 2001-June 30, 2004

Graduate Council Subcommittee on Program Review and Evaluation, Fall 2000-Spring 2001

Art Education Search Committee, Spring 2001

Chair, School of Visual Arts Diversity Committee, 2000-2001, 2001-2002

Review Committee for 2001 NEH Summer Stipends, September 2000

Judge for 15th Annual Graduate Exhibition, March 23, 2000

Adviser to Pennsylvania Art Education Association student chapter, 2000-2001

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