The P[reparing]F[uture]F[aculty] Speakers Series, sponsored by the Arizona State University Graduate College, brings faculty to campus to speak about their careers. These two speakers, Paul Lehman, from the University of Michigan, and Jere Humphreys, from Arizona State University, are well-known experts in their respective fields. Both and university music faculty and spoke at ASU on April 21, 1995.
Professor Lehman begins by discussing teaching in general, then talks about the role of technology in teaching, discusses the relationship between higher education and K-12 education, and ends with some observations on teaching in higher education.
Professor Humphreys then offers some practical tips on securing a faculty position in music at a college. He outlines the process colleges use to select new faculty members, what colleges look for in candidates, and what steps applicants should take in applying for a position.
- PFF Professoriate Careers: Music
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Lehman, Paul R., and Jere T. Humphreys. PFF Professoriate Careers: Music. Tempe, AZ: Graduate College, Arizona State University, 1995.