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Outline Vita
Brian G. Angevine, Ph. D.
204 Brandon
PO Box 5
Cuba KS 66940

or
20212 Deer Path Circle
Weston, CO 81091
(913)961-3823
brianangevine@mac.com

EDUCATION:
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;

EMPLOYMENT:
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;
Teaching:
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);
Other:
Composer, freelance writer, farm work, grocery stores, music stores;

PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS:
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.

LEADERSHIP:
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.

AWARDS:
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.