Brian G. Angevine, Ph. D.
PO Box 5
Cuba KS 66940
20212 Deer Path Circle
Weston, CO 81091
Ph. D. (1985), MME (1971), BME (1966);
(Music Education, Educational Psychology, Conducting, Special Education, Administration);
The University of Kansas, Lawrence KS;
Emporia State University, Emporia KS;
Wichita State University, Wichita KS;
Phillips University, Enid OK;
Administration and related experience:
Johnson County Community College, Overland Park, KS;
Supervision of Student Teachers (University of Kansas);
Grant work for Univ. of Kansas, PL94-142 for college teachers;
Owner of Kings River Canoe Company, Eureka Springs, AR;
Prudential Insurance Company, training for sales manager;
Gifted Education (Shawnee Mission and University of Kansas);
Conducting, Supervision of Student Teachers (University of Kansas);
Music Education (Akron, Holyoke, Walden, CO; Derby, Baldwin, KS);
Composer, freelance writer, farm work, grocery stores, music stores;
Community/School partnerships, technology in education, curriculum development, consultant for computer music and art, Kansas Accessible Arts, Girls to Women, individualization in education, creative and professional writing, music composition.
Board of Directors, Girls to Women; President (past), Kansas Association for Gifted, Talented, Creative; Advisory Board, Kansas Accessible Arts; QPA steering committee, onsite evaluator; Past Coordinator of College Now; Creator of Rx SUCCESS, Minority Success Forum, Women in Math, Computer Music Studio, Student Credit Union; Chairman Statewide evaluation committee, KGTC; Consultant Wonderscope Children's Museum; Colorado Bandmasters Association; Wichita Life Underwriters.
Community Star, Kansas City Star;
Human and Service Award, Kansas National Education Association;
Fulbright-Hays Grant for Poland and the Czech Republic, curriculum development for economic changes/education/fine arts.
Shawnee Mission Education Forum grant winner, school-wide for "Minority Success Forum."
Who's Who Among America's Teachers;
Most Influential Teacher selected by former students at Trinity University, Kansas University, Bryn-Myr College.