Marvelene Moore, professor emerita in UT’s School of Music, will be recognized at this year’s African American Trailblazer series at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 21.
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Through teaching, research, and service, our faculty are making an impact on student lives, on our community, and on the world. From music to biology to Spanish, these four faculty members from the College of Arts and Sciences are helping their students become lifelong learners.
Marvelene Moore, a professor who specializes in classroom music for students in kindergarten through eighth grade, has received the Lowell Mason Fellow Award, the highest honor in the music education field. The National Association for Music Education presented Moore with the award this summer during its national assembly. She was one of three educators to receive the honor.
Educators interested in integrating music into the curriculum to improve student achievement, and musicians who want to hone their craft, are invited to a six-day conference at UT. The ninth biennial National Symposium on Multicultural Music will be held October 8-13. The event is for general music teachers, choral and band directors, university students and professors, and the local community. Participants may earn professional development credit.
“Baldwin Lee, James Agee and Walker Evans: Photography, Poverty, Politics in the South and Abroad” will be theme of a mini-summit to be held Feb. 4 and 11 at UT Knoxville. “Let Us Now Praise Famous Men,” by author James Agee and photographer Walker Evans, will be the used in various discussions on the first day. The second day will fast forward 50 years to the 1980s, with an exhibit and a presentation about photographs taken by UT Professor Baldwin Lee.