Position: Professor (composition)
Address: 2139 Moore Musical Arts Center
D.M.A. in composition with emphasis in computer music media from the University of North Texas; bachelor’s and two master’s degrees from Northern Illinois University and an M.Phil. from The University of Birmingham in England; works have been performed internationally, including guest performances at June in Buffalo and Mountain Computer Music Festival and also at Rien à voir XII in Montreal and the Fesitval l’espace du son in Brussels, where she diffused electroacousric concerts on multi-channel systems; other frequent performances at ICMC and SEAMUS conferences plus other national festivals and events; awards include First Prize in the 2009 36e Concours Internationale de Bourges, the 2006 ATMI Best Conference Presentation Award, 2003 ICMA Commission, 2002 La Muse en Circuit Competition, mention in the 26th Concours International de Bourges, 2000 ASCAP/SEAMUS commission, finalist/honorable mention in CIMESP 1999 and finalist selection in the 1998 and 1999 Concorsos Russolo; grants from the Ohio Arts Council, National Foundation for the Advancement of the Arts, Meet the Composer, BGSU Technology Enhancement, BGSU Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology, and CMA McEwen Fund; works have been released on the SEAMUS, Empreintes DIGITALes, Radio France/West German Radio, Studio PANaroma and New Adventures in Sound Art labels; research interests include Ambisonics, sound diffusion, electroacoustic aesthetics and Deep Listening®.