Assistant Professor of Music Mark Snyder was recently interviewed on Patch In TV on the festivals he is involved in and the work of his current and former students. Patch In TV is a show about music technology. Hosts Ben Fuhrman and Nate Bliton interview anybody from scholars to performers about their part in the tech music industry.
Suzanne G. Houff, chair of the College of Education, recently published her book “Managing the Classroom Environment: Meeting the Needs of the Student.” Her book discusses five basic needs and strategies for classroom management. She focuses on moving away from reward and punishment based systems in the education world.
College of Education Professor George Meadows was recently invited to present at the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) conference at Virginia Military Institute on Oct. 8 and 9. Meadows presented workshops to a target audience of high school teachers and students about the work being done by the College of Education with 3-D printing, microcontrollers and alternative input devices.