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									                            JOHN W. GOODALL
                               Associate Dean
                             College of Fine Arts
                             Professor of Music
                      Stephen F. Austin State University


       University of North Texas (Denton, Texas). Doctor of
             Musical Arts (Oboe Performance). 1988.

       Kent State University (Kent, Ohio). Master of Music (Oboe
             Performance). 1980.

       East Carolina University (Greenville, North Carolina).
             Bachelor of Music (Music Education). 1975.


Stephen F. Austin State University

School of Art, Interim Director, August 2007 – July 2008, January 2011 – August

College of Fine Arts, Associate Dean, August 2007 – present.

College of Fine Arts, Interim Dean, August 2006-July 2007. Duties include, but
are not limited to: supervising personnel, serving on the Academic Affairs
Council, serving on the Dean’s Council, administering the College of Fine Arts
budget, program planning and development, overseeing International programs
for the college, approving all degree plans for the college, student and faculty
recruitment and retention, and fundraising.

College of Fine Arts, Programming and Development Officer, 2005-present.
Duties include, but are not limited to: hiring all guest artists for the University
Series, managing the budget for the University Series, coordinating all activities
involved with the University Series, maintaining the database for the College of
Fine Arts, fundraising for the University Series and the College.

School of Music. 1980-present. Undergraduate courses taught: Applied Oboe,
Bassoon, Saxophone, Clarinet, and Flute; Music Appreciation; Freshman and
Sophomore Music Theory: Fundamentals of Music Theory; Woodwinds
Methods; Chamber Music. Graduate courses taught: Applied Oboe, Bassoon,
and Saxophone; Oboe, Bassoon, and Saxophone Repertoire; Reedmaking and
Adjustment. Double Reed Instructor. Summer Band Camp; 1982, 1986-present.

Coordinator of Undergraduate Studies, 1999-2005. Duties included:
scheduling courses, classrooms, and teaching assignments for Fall and Spring
semesters; updating all information pertaining to the above in the University
Computer Record System; reviewing and approving all undergraduate degree
plans for music majors; assisting the Chair in various administrative duties as
requested; chairing the School Curriculum Committee; advising transfer and
freshman students during summer orientations when requested by the Chair.

Director and Co-Founder of the Chamber Music in the Pines Festival. 1994-present.
Responsibilities include arranging for guest artists, managing publicity,
designing and compiling the program booklet, as well as scheduling and
overseeing all aspects of the festival. Scheduling responsibilities include all
rehearsal and performance rooms and stages as well as making the requisite
arrangements for the guest artists’ accommodations.

Founded, produced and performed in the annual Second Sunday Series at Christ
Episcopal Church, Nacogdoches, a three-part chamber music series presented
each Fall from 1996-2000. This recital series had as one of its goals the
introduction of chamber music to new audiences in a community-based venue;
classical and sacred music was presented in free concerts on Sunday afternoons
which are followed by “Meet the Artists” receptions. These programs featured
SFASU music faculty and community artists.

      Selected Committees:
      University Grievance Committee
      Post-Tenure Review Committee
      Graduate Faculty, Full Membership
      University Curriculum Committee
      Faculty Development Leave Committee
      Faculty Senate, two terms
      Fine Arts Council, several terms
      School of Music Advisory Committee, several terms
      Promotion and Tenure Committees
      Curriculum Committees; Department, School, and College
      Search Committees
      Scholarship Committee
      Computer Technology Committee
      Committee Chair, Music Faculty Section of SACS Report
      NASM Review Committee

I have given many performances on campus, in the State of Texas, in the
Continental United States, and abroad.

University of North Texas School of Music. Denton, Texas. Teaching Fellow in
Oboe. 1985-1986.

Kent State University, Department of Music. Kent, Ohio. Graduate Assistant
in Band, Music History, and Chamber Music. 1978-1980. Courses taught:
Chamber Music (Coach), Second Jazz Ensemble (Conductor), History of Jazz,
Music Appreciation (for the Honors College), Saxophone Quartet (Coach).

Blossom Festival School. Kent, Ohio. Chamber Music Coordinator. Summer

East Carolina University, School of Music. Summer Band Camp. Double Reed
Instructor, Chamber Music Coach. Summer 1979.

Greenville City Schools. Greenville, North Carolina. Substitute Teacher. 1976.

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