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					                                         CURRICULUM VITAE

                                           TINA BULL

Current Position:                    Associate Professor, Coordinator of Music Education
                                     Oregon State University

Office Address:                      304D Benton Hall
                                     Oregon State University
                                     Corvallis, Oregon 97331




                           Education and Employment Information

Education:

       Ph.D. in Education, specialization in music, University of Illinois, 1996

       Master’s of Science in Music Education, University of Illinois, 1993

       Bachelor of Science in Music Education, University of Illinois, 1981



Professional Experience:

1996 - present
       Associate Professor and Coordinator of Music Education, Oregon State University. Primary
       responsibilities include teaching graduate and undergraduate music education courses, conducting
       the women’s choir, advising students, and administering all aspects of the Professional Music
       Teacher Education Program. Promotion and permanent tenure granted 2002.

January 1998 – June, 1999
      Conductor, Heart of the Valley Chamber Choir, part of the Heart of the Valley Children’s Choir
      organization. The chamber choir consists of over 50 high school singers dedicated to performing
      advanced choral literature both nationally and internationally.

1995-96
      Visiting Lecturer, University of Illinois. Taught undergraduate and graduate courses in computer-
      assisted music education and choral music methods.

1992-95
      Graduate teaching assistant, University of Illinois.

       94-95 Taught advanced choral methods for choral majors, vocal methods for instrumental majors,
             and assisted with intermediate choral methods and choral repertoire.
       93-94 Acting administrator and supervisor of music education at the University of Illinois
             laboratory school, Holy Cross School, Champaign, Illinois.

       92-94 Demonstration teacher of general music at the laboratory school, Holy Cross School,
             grades two, three, and four; taught and supervised undergraduate and graduate pre-service
             student teachers.

Summer 1992
     Graduate research assistant to Dr. Joe Grant, University of Illinois.

1989-1992
      Owner and corporate president of Pack 'N' Mail of Illinois, Inc. Started, maintained, and sold
      family business in Peoria, Illinois.

1986-1989
      Vocal music teacher at Dunlap High School, Dunlap, Illinois. Taught secondary choral music
      classes, conducted large and small vocal ensembles, directed annual musicals, participated in
      choral festivals and contests, and directed school district-sponsored summer music camps.

1987-1988
      General music teacher at Banner Elementary School, Dunlap, Illinois, grades K-6. Also
      constructed K-12 curriculum for the Illinois Goals and Assessments Program, and directed school
      music programs.

1981-1982
      Choral and general music teacher at Bloomington Junior High School and Washington Elementary
      School, Bloomington, Illinois. Conducted two choral ensembles with over 80 members each, and
      one small choral ensemble. Participated in state contests, and directed spring musical.

                             Teaching, Advising, and Other Assignments
                                        Teaching Responsibilities

Courses taught 2002 – present

       MUED 413       3 credits        Senior Practicum
       MUED 471       3 credits        Music for Elementary Classroom Teachers
       MUED 506       1-3 credits      Projects (for graduate students)
       MUED 507       3 credits        Seminar for Professional Interns
       MUED 510       3 – 12 credits   Professional Internship
       MUED 562       3 credits        Introduction to Research Methodologies in Music Education
       MUED 574       3 credits        Middle Level Music Education
       MUED 591       3 credits        Curriculum Foundations in Music Education
       MUED 592       3 credits        Curriculum Implementation and Evaluation
       MUS 146        1-2 credits      (each term) Women’s Choir
       MUS 346        1-2 credits      (each term) Women’s Choir
       MUS 546        1-2 credits      (each term) Women’s Choir


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Courses Taught 2001-02

      MUED 413      3 credits        Senior Practicum
      MUED 506      1-3 credits      Projects
      MUED 507      3 credits        Seminar for Professional Interns
      MUED 510      3 – 12 credits   Professional Internship
      MUED 562     3 credits         Introduction to Research Methodologies in Music Education
      MUED 573      3 credits        Early Childhood Music Education
      MUED 574      3 credits        Middle Level Music Education
      MUED 591      3 credits        Curriculum Foundations in Music Education
      MUED 592      3 credits        Curriculum Implementation and Evaluation
      MUS 146       1-2 credits      (each term) Women’s Choir
      MUS 346       1-2 credits      (each term) Women’s Choir
      MUS 546       1-2 credits      (each term) Women’s Choir

Courses Taught 2000-01

      MUED 471     3 credits         Music for Classroom Teachers
      MUED 506     1-3 credits       Projects
      MUED 507     3 credits         Seminar for Professional Interns
      MUED 510     3 credits         Professional Internship, six student teachers
      MUED 562     3 credits         Introduction to Research Methodologies in Music Education
      MUED 591     3 credits         Curriculum Foundations in Music Education
      MUED 592     3 credits         Curriculum Evaluation and Implementation
      MUS 146      1-2 credits       (each term) Women’s Choir
      MUS 346      1-2 credits       (each term) Women’s Choir
      MUS 546      1-2 credits       (each term) Women’s Choir

Courses Taught 1999-00

      MUED 413     3 credits         Senior Practicum
      MUED 471     3 credits         Music for Classroom Teachers
      MUED 506     1-3 credits       Projects
      MUED 507     3 credits         Seminar for Professional Interns
      MUED 510     3 credits         Professional Internship, six student teachers
      MUED 573     3 credits         Early Childhood Music Education
      MUED 574     3 credits         Middle Level Music Education
      MUED 591     3 credits         Curriculum Foundations in Music Education
      MUED 592     3 credits         Curriculum Evaluation and Implementation
      MUS 199      1 credit          (each term) Women’s Choir
      MUS 399      1 credit          (each term) Women’s Choir
      MUS 599      1 credit          (each term) Women’s Choir

Courses Taught 1998-99

      MUED 413      3 credits        Senior Practicum
      MUED 471      3 credits        Fundamentals of Music for Classroom Teachers
      MUED 499      3 credits        Senior project, Stephanie Meyer
      MUED 506     3 credits         Projects
      MUED 507      3 credits        Seminar
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       MUED 510      3 – 12 credits   Professional Internship
       MUED 591      3 credits        Curriculum Foundations in Music Education
       MUED 592      3 credits        Curriculum Evaluation and Implementation
       MUED 593      3 credits        Elementary Music Methods

Courses taught 1997-98

       MUED 471      3 credits        Fundamentals of Music for Classroom Teachers
       MUED 507      3 credits        Seminar for Professional Interns
       MUED 508      1 credit         Workshop: Making Musical Connections
       MUED 510      15 credits       Professional Internship
       MUED 573      3 credits        Elementary Music Methods
       MUED 574      3 credits        Middle School Music Methods
       MUED 579      3 credits        Secondary Choral Repertoire
       MUED 591      3 credits        Foundations of Music Education I
       MUED 592      3 credits        Foundations II (Curriculum Development)
       MUED 593      3 credits        Music Technology
       MUED 599      3 credits        Tests and Measurements in Music Education
       MUED 599      3 credits        One Independent Study student - Vocal Pedagogy

Courses taught 1996-97

       MUED 373      2 credits        German Diction
       MUED 407      1 credit         Seminar for Senior Practicum
       MUED 413      3 credits        Senior Practicum
       MUED 471      3 credits        Fundamentals for Classroom Teachers (taught two terms)
       MUS 234       1 credit         Aural Skills
       MUS 235       1 credit         Aural Skills
       MUS 236       1 credit         Aural Skills


Curriculum Development:

2005-06
      Changes in options and music major
      The music ―core degree‖ program and the music education options were approved for use
      beginning 2006-07. I created a new course, MUED 353, Introduction to Music Education for
      undergraduate music education students for inclusion in the options.

2004-05
      E-campus
      With the help of funds from an L.L. Stewart grant, I incorporated video into my existing MUED
      471 course to demonstrate pedagogical techniques for teaching music, as well as demonstrating a
      variety of classroom instruments that may be available for teachers to use.

2003-04
      E-campus
      I completed the process of developing two E-campus courses to be offered the summer of 2004
      and several terms subsequently. First, MUED 562, Research in Music Education, is geared toward

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       all students seeking a Masters degree with an emphasis in music education. My students
       frequently move away after completing the fifth-year program and I hope that the electronic
       version of this course will provide a convenient and accessible way for them to complete their
       advanced degree. I would also like to target students on other campuses who need a research
       methods course in music education. Second, I also designed an elementary music methods course
       for students who are interested in applying for a fifth year teacher education program, for students
       completing the double degree in education, and for those who want more preparation to include
       music in their regular classroom teaching. This course prepares future teachers to help young
       children develop basic skills in music, acquire ways of sequencing music learning, and discover
       appropriate techniques for transforming abstract musical symbols into concrete representations
       that children can conceptually understand and assimilate. There is always a high demand for this
       course in its live version, and we have not yet been able to offer it as often as students wish, so I
       hope the electronic version can help us meet some of this demand. I also hope to target students at
       other institutions who need to complete this kind course in preparation for graduate school or to
       successfully pass the PRAXIS: Multiple Subjects Analysis Test.

2003-04
      The music faculty worked together to create a new undergraduate ―core‖ degree that will target
      students who are interested in broad applications of music to other fields in the liberal arts that
      might include multimedia, graphic design, or other related arts. Students wishing to pursue a
      professional field within music will select an option in music education or music performance in
      addition to this core degree. This work was still in-process, but I created the first draft of the music
      education option, and the faculty will continue to refine this new core and options in time to put
      the curriculum forward in the fall of 2004.

2000-2001
      Designed a new undergraduate music education curriculum and degree program with colleagues
      Dr. Steven Zielke and Prof. David Hoffman. This is a five-year dual degree (bachelors and
      masters) for students preparing to teach music in the public schools. Undergraduates who
      complete this program successfully will earn a baccalaureate degree in music AND music
      education as well as an Oregon Initial teaching license. In brief, this offers students 1) more
      rigorous preparation developing their own musicianship, 2) much more thorough preparation for
      their first teaching assignment, and 3) the benefit of studying for the degree after gaining valuable
      teaching experience instead of before their first teaching job. Graduate students with teaching
      experience ask better questions and are more prepared for very advanced learning.

2000-2001
      Designed the proposal for a new master’s degree program with colleagues Dr. Steven Zielke and
      Prof. David Hoffman: Master of Music Education. We would like for students who complete the
      new five-year undergraduate licensure and baccalaureate program in music education to continue
      with their advanced teaching preparation using this new degree program. First it must be fully
      approved by the College, University, and Oregon University System. This will enable will be
      required to have teaching experience in the public schools prior to their matriculation in the
      M.M.E. program. This will culminate with a master’s degree in Music Education and an Oregon
      Continuing teaching license.

2000-2001
      NCATE and TSPC accreditation review for the professional music teacher education program. I
      compiled several hundred pages of information for these reviews that occurred in the spring of
      2001. Included were examples of curriculum, assessments, student teaching sites, evaluations of
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       student teachers and cooperating teachers, field experiences, the program’s conceptual
       framework, student projects and work samples, and much more. This represents a few hundred
       hours of preparation.

1999 – 2000
       Served as Chair of the Curriculum Committee of the Professional Teacher Education Program. We
       spent many hours reviewing newly proposed licensure programs and determining whether or not
       they met the TSPC regulations, the Oregon State University requirements, as well as the
       guidelines set forth by the Teacher Licensure Committee.

1997 – 2000
       Served on the Curriculum Committee of the Professional Teacher Education Program. This
       committee meets several times per year to review current teacher licensure programs and helps
       prepare for the accreditation reviews performed by the Oregon Teachers Standards and Licensure
       Commission (TSPC) as well as the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
       (NCATE). We also spent a great deal of time reviewing revised programs that were completed in
       accordance with the new Oregon Administrative Regulations set forth by TSPC. Every single
       teacher education program at Oregon State reviewed and revised their curricula in order to meet
       these new OAR’s.

1996-1998
      Complete revision of the Music Education portion of the Master of Arts in Teaching Curriculum.
      Creation, revision, and approval of the following new courses:

       MUED 562: Research in Music Education
       MUED 573: Early Childhood Music Education
       MUED 574: Middle Level Music Education
       MUED 580: Secondary Vocal Music Education
       MUED 581: Secondary Instrumental Music Education
       MUED 591: Curriculum Foundations in Music Education
       MUED 592: Curriculum Evaluation and Implementation
       MUED 593: Technology in Music Education

       Other requirements for the MAT were made more rigorous and the calendar year of study
       changed. For example, students formerly completed twelve months of continuous study and ended
       with an oral exam and master’s degree. Currently students must successfully gain public school
       teaching experience, demonstrate advanced teaching, create an ―advanced work sample‖ and
       complete a portfolio and oral examination in order to complete the master’s degree.


                                   Team or Collaborative Efforts:

Ongoing

Choral/Vocal
       Perfomances: There is a great deal of collaboration with Dr. Steven Zielke, Hal Eastburn, and the
       choral program. As conductors of the men’s and women’s choirs, we plan our concerts, retreats,
       performances, and tours together. Bella Voce and Meistersingers frequently combine with the
       Chamber Choir to produce large musical. There is a high level of effective and positive
       collegiality among all of us involved in the vocal and choral programs.
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       Auditions: Each term Dr. Zielke, Richard Poppino (Director of Vocal Studies), and I hear several
       days of auditions for voice placements into choral ensembles and studio classes. We assess each
       singer individually, write recommendations, and work together to make these decisions for the
       good of the student and the department. We have a very effective and positive working
       relationship with each other.

       Juries: Richard Poppino, Steven Zielke, and I listen to each singer at the end of every term in
       order to a) assess their progress in voice lessons, b) hear their ―final‖ performance examinations,
       and c) determine appropriate level changes. Part-time voice faculty also participate. Each student
       receives individual comments from each faculty member and their final grade is partially
       determined by their jury recommendations.

Spring, 2005
       Collaboration with Carol Lucas, former chorus master of the Portland Opera, and Marion Rossi
       from the OSU Theatre Department to produce two American Folk Operas: Seymour Barab’s ―A
       Game of Chance‖ and Douglas Moore’s, ―The Devil and Daniel Webster.‖

Winter and Spring, 2003
       Collaboration with Charlotte Hedrick and Richard Poppino for the production of Kurt Weill and
       Bertolt Brecht’s ―The Threepenny Opera.‖ Auditions and score preparation took place winter
       term, with rehearsals and production nightly during spring term. Headrick was stage director,
       Poppino was vocal coach, and I served as music director/conductor. Performances were May 13,
       14, 15, 20, 21, and 22 at Withycombe Hall’s main stage theatre. This was a rewarding
       collaboration with the theater department and students enjoyed a quality musical theatre
       experience such as had not happened in a number of years at OSU.

Summer Masters1999 through 2003
     Dr. Zielke and I established the ―summers only‖ masters program for licensed teachers and
     continue to work together each summer insuring our students can take at least 15 credits of
     graduate courses each year. We coordinate the scheduling of classes, the resource rooms, meeting
     times, and content of our courses. We also coordinate a time to encourage feedback from the
     students at the end of each summer to make any changes that would enhance their learning
     opportunities.

Summer 2000
     Team-taught MUED 471/571 with Dr. Steven Zielke. This was an intensive one-week course for
     undergraduate students preparing to be elementary classroom teachers. We offered this course the
     week immediately following OSU’s ―Art for Teachers‖ course so that students could complete
     both over a two-week period of time.

The Singer and the Stage
       Dr. Steven Zielke, Richard Poppino, and I worked together four summers instructing high school
       students in the art of vocal performance. We offered students a variety of experiences as solo
       singers, members of choral groups, and through individual stage direction. We produce a final
       performance, often through collaboration with Dr. Marion Rossi, theatre department, and have
       successfully recruited a number of music majors to Oregon State through our summer pre-college
       program.


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                                                Advising

Academic Advising:
      As an academic advisor, I see most students once per term, and conduct an in-depth review of
      their coursework to help keep them on track for graduation at least once per year. Many students
      come to me when they are having difficulty with academic and or social issues. I also complete
      the graduation audits for each senior in music education. In addition, I advise many incoming
      freshman each year through START as well as by appointment and drop-in visitations.

       2000-present:
       Advisor for all undergraduate students in general music education and all graduate students in
       music education.
       1999-00:
       Advisor for all undergraduate and graduate students in music education.
       1997-99:
       Advisor for all sophomores, juniors, seniors and graduate students in music education.
       1996-97:
       Advisor for all juniors, seniors, and graduate students in music education.


Faculty Advisor:
       For the OSU Student Chapter of Music Educators National Conference, 1996 – present. This
       involves one meeting per month with students, an organizational meeting at the beginning of the
       year, and travel to professional conferences with students. Each year, students have attended state,
       regional, and/or national music education conferences.

State Service Advising:
        I spend a great deal of time advising music teachers and prospective music teachers regarding
        licensure requirements for the various licenses supported by the Teachers Standards and Practices
        Commission (TSPC). Oregon licensure regulations are complex and frequently change. I field
        many phone calls that deal with questions about earning, maintaining, or adding authorizations in
        music.

                                           Other Assignments

Coordinator of Music Education (1996 – present): One primary aspect to my work at Oregon State is the
      administration of the Professional Music Teacher Education Program. This job requires keeping
      the music education licensure program in line with TSPC and NCATE requirements. I currently
      serve on three committees as part of my licensure work: the Teacher Licensure Committee, the
      Teacher Education Committee, and the Licensure Coordinators Committee. Other demands
      include placing all of the music education students in their student teaching assignments,
      supervising their lesson planning and portfolio preparation, supervising their student teaching, and
      chairing their oral examination committees. I also recruit students into the program, evaluate our
      applicants, and work closely with cooperating teachers in public schools.

Assistant Director, Pre-College Program, The Singer and the Stage (1999): I served as an assistant to
       Judy Krueger, Director. This involved planning and implementing the summer week-long
       residential program for high school singers.


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Director, Pre-College Program, The Singer and the Stage (2000-01): I plan, implement, and
       administer the summer pre-college program for high school singers. Forty enroll for classes,
       activities, and performances during a seven-day OSU campus experience. I hire all of the faculty
       and staff, publish and distribute promotional materials, plan and reserved activities, and implement
       all aspects of camp administration. In addition, I attend several pre-college program Directors
       committee meetings under the administration of Shirley Lucas, Director, OSU pre-college
       programs.




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                             Scholarship and Creative Activity
                                             Scholarship

Regional Presentations:

      February, 2007. Conference presentation, ―Curricular implications impacting Music Teacher
      Education.‖ MENC: National Association for Music Education Northwest Conference, Portland,
      OR.

      January, 2007. Conference presentation, ―Praxis Success.‖ Oregon Music Educators Association,
      Eugene, OR.

      January, 2006. Conference presentation, ―Current issues, development, and plans for future
      actions in the field of Music Teacher Education.‖ Oregon Music Educators Association, Eugene,
      OR.

      April 11, 2002. Speaker, Leadership Corvallis, Arts and Cultural Day, Corvallis Arts Center.

      March 18, 2001. Pre-concert presentation, ―The Mozart Requiem Mass.‖ LaSells Stewart Center,
      High school student outreach program.

      March 8, 2001. ―Problems with the Praxis tests in Music Education.‖ Teachers Standards and
      Practices Commission, Licensure Committee.

      February, 2001. High school vocal workshop. ―Careers in music.‖

      January, 2001. Oregon Alliance for Arts Education State Conference. ―Successful Sightsinging‖
      conference presentation.

      October, 2000. District VI Inservice. ―Music education: What your students need to know and be
      able to do.‖

      April, 1999. Oregon Alliance for Arts Education State Conference. ―Sound Off! An open forum
      about current issues in arts education.‖ Eugene, OR.

      April, 1999. Oregon Alliance for Arts Education State Conference. ―Assessment in Choral
      Music.‖ Eugene, OR.

      December 1998. Corvallis School District Teacher In-service for secondary music teachers: ―What
      the Oregon State University Department of Music can offer Corvallis Music Teachers.‖ Corvallis,
      OR.

      October 1998. Salem School District Teacher Inservice for Secondary Choral music teachers.
      ―Assessment in the Choral Music Classroom.‖ Salem, OR.

      January 1998. Corvallis School District Teacher Inservice for elementary and secondary music
      teachers. ―Current Curricular Issues related to music and assessment.‖ Corvallis, OR.


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       January, 1998. State Convention of Oregon Music Educators Association. ―CIM/CAM/PASS:
       The role of music education in the Oregon Education Act for the 21st Century.‖ Eugene, OR.

       November, 1997. Oregon Music Teachers Association. ―What do we now know about how
       children learn music?‖ Corvallis, OR.

       National Presentations:

       April, 2006. MENC: National Association of Music Education, Society of Music Teacher
       Education Pre-Conference session. ―Curriculum SAG: Questioning Assumptions on Which
       Curricula are Based,‖ Salt Lake City, UT.

       November, 2005. College Music Society National Conference. ―Interdisciplinary Collaborations
       that Enhance Teaching and Maximize Relevance,‖ with Dr. David Teachout, University of North
       Carolina, Dr. Linda Thompson, Lee University, and Dr. Robin Stein, University of West Virginia,
       SMTE executive board members. Quebec City, Quebec.

       September, 2005. Symposium on Music Teacher Education. ―Challenges we face Supporting the
       Professional Development of Music Educators‖ with Janet Barrett, Northwestern University and
       Janet Robbins, the University of West Virginia. Greensboro, North Carolina.

       March, 1997. American Educational Research Association National Convention. ―Establishment
       of an electronic journal in music education‖ with Northwestern University Professors, Dr. Peter
       Webster and Dr. Nancy Whitaker, Chicago, IL.

       March, 1996. Epsilon Delta, professional education organization, University of Illinois.
       ―Education and the World Wide Web.‖ Champaign, IL.

       November, 1995. Teleconference host for the Music Educators National Conference, the state of
       music education. University of Illinois.

       January, 1995. Panel member of ―Illinois: The State of Music Education, the Next 25 Years,‖ at
       the Illinois Music Educators Association All-State Conference, Peoria, IL.

                                         Creative Activities
Regional Performances, Contests, and Festivals:

       January, 2005. Bella Voce concert at the opening ceremonies for Martin Luther King, Jr. week-
       long celebration, OSU Memorial Union lounge.

       December, 2004. The Corvallis-OSU Symphony Orchestra with OSU choirs. LaSells Stewart
       Center.

       November, 2004. OSU Fall choral concert: ―The Spirit of OSU’ featuring Bella Voce,
       Meistersingers, Outspoken, and Divine. OSU Memorial Union lounge.




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November, 2004. ValCo League high school choral festival, guest conductor. Six high school
choirs participated in a joint clinic and concert with individual and mass choir performances at
Yamhill-Carlton High School, Yamhill, OR.

May, 2004. Spring Sing: Bella Voce with OSU Meistersingers, First Presbyterian Church.

May 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 2004. Music director and orchestra conductor for ―The Threepenny
Opera‖ by Brecht and Weill. Charlotte Hendrix, director. Withycombe Theatre.

May 16 – 18, 2004. Bella Voce and OSU Meistersingers Spring Tour, Central Oregon.

April 14-18, National Association for Music Education conference, Minneapolis, MN.

April 13, 2004. Choral Adjudicator for the Mt. Hood choral music conference, Gresham, OR.

April 8, 2004. Choral Adjudicator for the District XII OMEA choral music contest, Eugene, OR.

April 6, 2004. Choral Adjudicator for the District IV OMEA choral music contest. Willamette
University.

April 2, 2004. Choral Adjudicator and Clinician for the Park Rose Treble Choir Festival, Park
Rose High School, OR.

March 7, 2004. Combined choirs and Corvallis-OSU Symphony Orchestra, Handel’s Messiah,
LaSells Stewart Center. Prepared Bella Voce.

February 19, 2004. Music a la Carte, Bella Voce and OSU Meistersingers, Memorial Union
Lounge.

January 31, 2004. Featured choral performance of Bella Voce at the state conference, Oregon
Music Educators Association, Eugene, OR.

January 12, 2004. Conducted Bella Voce at the OSU Opening Ceremonies for Martin Luther
King, Jr. Celebration, Memorial Union lounge.

December 5, 2003. Conducted Bella Voce with the Corvallis-OSU Symphony Orchestra on
Gustav Holst’s ―Choral Hymns from the Rig-Veda‖. Also conducted all combined choirs and
orchestra on the Holiday Sing-Along, LaSells Steward Center.

November 23, 2003. Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony combined concert with the OSU
Meistersingers, Chamber Choir, and the Corvallis-OSU Symphony Orchestra with Marlan
Carlson, conductor, LaSells Stewart Center.

October 29, 2003. Combined choral concert with Crescent Valley High School and Bella Voce at
Crescent Valley High School.

May 30, 2003. Spring Sing with the OSU Meistersingers and Bella Voce at the First Presbyterian
Church, Corvallis.


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May 15 and 16, 2003. Bella Voce and Meistersingers on tour of Eastern Oregon. Performances
at the Dalles High School, Pendelton High School, and LaGrande High School.
February 27, 2003. Music a la Carte combined performance with Bella Voce and OSU
Meistersingers, Memorial Union Lounge.

February 26, 2003. Bella Voce in concert with the Salem Girl Choir, Salem, OR.

December 6, 2002. Holiday concert, Combined choirs, Bella Voce, and Corvallis-OSU Symphony
orchestra, LaSells Stewart Center.

November 22, 2002. Bella Voce and OSU Meistersingers Fall Choral Concert, First Methodist
Church.

November 3, 2002. The Beaver Music Showcase, LaSells Stewart Center. Concert in combination
with all other OSU music ensembles.

July 13, 2002. The Singer and the Stage, Final Concert. First United Methodist Church.

June 1, 2002. A Celebration of Women’s Voices. Bella Voce in concert with Jubilate!--the
Women’s choir of Corvallis. First Congregational Church.

May 31, 2002. Spring Sing concert in combination with the OSU Meistersingers and Jubilate!—
the women’s choir of Corvallis. First Presbyterian Church.

May 16 and 17, 2002. Bella Voce and Meistersingers on tour of Southern Oregon. Performances
at Sutherlin High School, South Medford High School, and First Christian Church, Medford, OR.

May 2, 2002. Adjudicator for the Salem Middle School Advanced Concert Choir Festival.

March 8, 2002. Prepared Bella Voce for Elijah with combined choirs and Corvallis-OSU
Symphony, LaSells Stewart Center.

February 28, 2002. Music a la Carte, Bella Voce with OSU Meistersingers, Memorial Union
Lounge.

November 30, 2001. Two performances of the Holiday Concert with the other OSU choirs and
the Corvallis-OSU Symphony. La Sells Stewart Center.

November 16, 2001. Bella Voce concert performance with Meistersingers. First Presbyterian
Church, Corvallis.

October 26, 2001. Beaver Music Showcase. Bella Voce performance along with other major OSU
Department of Music ensembles. La Sells Stewart Center.

October 21, 2001. Bella Voce concert performance for the Oregon State University Emeriti
Faculty, Alumni Center.

October 12, 2001. Corvallis Repertory Singers, soprano. First Presbyterian Church, Corvallis.


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June 1, 2001. Bella Voce performance and day tour and evening concert with Meistersingers.
Performances at South Albany High School, Wilsonville High School, and First Baptist Church,
Corvallis.

March 20-21, 2001. Guest conductor and clinician, Siskiyou Treble Choir Festival, Seventh
annual. Clinic each high school choir individually, conduct a massed choir for a final performance
on the second evening.

March 18, 2001. Mozart Requiem and Favorite Opera Choruses, help prepare Bella Voce.

March 9, 2001. Bella Voce, featured performance ensemble for the Presidential Scholarship
dinner, CH2MHill Alumni Center.

March 1, 2001. Bella Voce, guest choir at the Salem Women’s Choir Festival, South Salem High
School.

March 1, 2001. Bella Voce performance, Music A la Carte, Memorial Union Lounge.

February 21, 2001. Adjudicator and Clinician for the West Valley League Choral Contest, Linfield
College, McMinnville, OR with Steve Zielke and Larry March.

December 1, 2000. Bella Voce (two performances) in the Holiday concert with the OSU-
Symphony Orchestra and other choral ensembles, La Sells Stewart Center.

November 21, 2000. Bella Voce performance, Fall Choral Concert, First Presbyterian Church.

October 27, 2000. OSU Music Showcase honoring Robert B. Walls. Conductor, Bella Voce.

May 26, 2000. Bella Voce Performance, OSU Spring Choral Concert, First Presbyterian Church.

March 6, 2000. Bella Voce Performance as part of Carmina Burana, conducted by Dr. Steve
Zielke

February 24, 2000. Bella Voce Performance, Music a la Carte, Memorial Union Lounge

December 3, 1999. Bella Voce performance as part of the Holiday Celebration with the Corvallis-
OSU Symphony Orchestra and other ensembles.

November 11, 1999. Bella Voce performance, Music a la Carte, Memorial Union Lounge.

July 18 - 23, 1999. Co-conductor and Music Director of SummerSing 99, OSU Middle School
Choir camp, with Gary Frame and Isaiah Jones.

June 4, 1999. Conductor, Heart of the Valley Chamber Choir, La Sells Stewart Center. Beth
Powell Memorial Concert.

April, 1999. Adjudicator for Three Rivers League High School Choral Contest and Festival. North
Clackamus High School, Clackamus, OR with Doree Jarboe, Larry Marsh, Hal Eastburn, and Matt
Strauser.

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April, 1999. Adjudicator and Clinician for the District V High School Choral Festival, Mountain
View High School, Bend, OR with Shirley VanPaepeghem and Lonnie Cline.

March 13, 1999. Conductor, Heart of the Valley Chamber Choir, La Sells Stewart Center. Spring
Concert.

February, 1999. Adjudicator and Clinician for the West Valley League Choral Contest, Linfield
College, McMinnville, OR with Bernie Kuehn and Larry Marsh.

February 25, 1999. Conductor, Heart of the Valley Chamber Choir, Music a la Carte Concert
Series, Memorial Union, Oregon State University.

December 6, 1998. Conductor, Heart of the Valley Chamber Choir, La Sells Stewart Center.
Holiday Concert.

Nov. 9-10, 1998. Conductor, District VI Honor Choir, Baker City, OR. Conducted 130 advanced
singers from several high schools in Eastern Oregon.

July 19-24, 1998. Co-Conductor and Music Director of SummerSing 98, OSU Middle School
choir camp, Oregon State University.

June 14, 1998. Conductor, Heart of the Valley Chamber Choir, Farewell Concert. First
Presbyterian Church, Corvallis, OR.

June 7, 1998. Conductor, Heart of the Valley Chamber Choir, LaSells Stewart Center, Oregon
State University.

May 12, 1998. Clinician and Adjudicator, District XI Middle School Choral Festival, Santiam
Christian School.

April 8, 1998. Adjudicator and Clinician for District VI High School Choral Contest and Festival.

March 14, 1998. Conductor, Heart of the Valley Chamber Choir, Heart of the Valley Children’s
Choir Concert, LaSells Stewart Center, Oregon State University.

March 12, 1998. Conductor, Heart of the Valley Chamber Choir, Chamber of Commerce meeting
at the Boys and Girls Club. Corvallis, OR.

February, 1998. Adjudicator and Clinician for the West Valley League Choral Contest, Linfield
College, McMinnville, OR with Larry Marsh and George Harshbarger.

May 7, 1997. Conductor of the Children’s Choir for Corvallis Song Celebration. The choir
consisted of public school students from Adams, Franklin, Harding, Hoover, and Jefferson
elementary schools. This involved six rehearsals and one performance. LaSells Stewart Center,
Oregon State University.

April 27, 1997. Guest Conductor of First Presbyterian Church Choir Spring Performance: Dvorak
Mass and Vierne Mass. This involved six rehearsals and one performance. First Presbyterian
Church, Corvallis.

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National Performances, Contests, and Festivals:

       May, 1995. Adjudicator at the Chicago Music Festival, Skokie, IL.

       February, 1995. Guest choral conductor, Vocal Chamber Music Symposium at Allerton Park,
       University of Illinois.

International Performances, Contests, and Festivals:

       June 25 – July 5, 2004. Bella Voce international concert tour of Denmark, Finland, and Estonia.
       June 27, 2004. Concert at San Andreas Church, Copenhagen, Denmark for the International
       church service.
       June 28, 2004. Concert at the Temppeliaukio (the Rock Church) Helsinki, Finland.
       June 30, 2004. Concert in the amphitheater, Kuressaare, Estonia on the island of Saaremaa.
       July 1, 2004. Concert in Blackhead’s Guild Hall, Tallinn, Estonia.
       July 3, 2004. Concert I of the Estonian Song Festival.
       July 4, 2004. Concert II of the Estonian Song Festival.


       June 16-26, 1998. Conductor, Heart of the Valley Chamber Choir, Performance Tour of Italy.
       Performances included: Mass at San Pietro (Saint Peter’s) Cathedral in Rome, San Marco (St.
       Mark’s) Cathedral in Venice, and the Duomo in Florence. Public concerts were performed at the
       Chiesa San Benedetto in Padua and the Chiesa di San Felica in Florence.


                                               Publications

Articles:

       Bull, T. (2004). Choosing your teaching style: Oregon Music Educator, 55(2), pp. 28-29.

       Bull, T. (2003). Ethical issues in music teaching. Oregon Music Educator, 55(1), pp. 24-25.

       Bull, T. (2002). Ten steps for creating or adding vitality and improving the quality of your choir.
               Spotlight on Teaching Chorus. Reston, VA: MENC.

       Bull, T. (2001). Applying principles of cognitive psychology in the music classroom. Oregon
               Music Educator, 52(2), in press.

       Bull, T. (2001). Testing, testing, one, two, three. Oregon Music Educator, 52(1), p. 28.

       Scott, T. (2001). Ten steps for creating or adding vitality and improving the quality of your choir.
               Oregon Music Educator, 51(3), 11-12.

       Scott, T. (2000). Strategies for meeting Oregon benchmarks. Oregon Music Educator, 51(2), 37-
               39.

       Scott. T. (1999). Creating assessments for Oregon schools. Oregon Music Educator, 51(1), 17.


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         Scott, T. (1998). What have we lost in the Arts? Bridge: Oregon Association for Supervision and
                 Curriculum Development, 8 (2), 7-10.

         Scott, T. B. (1995). The world wide web as a support tool for isolated teachers. Illinois Music
                 Educator, 56(1), 50-51.

Other:

         Scott, T. B. (1996). The construction of a holistic, criterion-referenced sight-singing test for high
                 school sopranos based on the voluntary national standards for music education.
                 Dissertation Abstracts International, 57 (11), 4684A. (University Microfilms No. AAG97-
                 12431)


                           Department, College, and University Service
Department Service:

Faculty Advisor for the OSU Student Chapter of Music Educators National Conference, 1996 – present.
       This involves one meeting per month with students, an organizational meeting at the beginning of
       the year, and travel to conferences. The regional conferences were in Bellingham, WA in 1997 and
       Portland, OR in 1999, and Portland, OR in 2002; the national conference was in Phoenix, AZ in
       1998, Minneapolis 2004; and state conferences were in Eugene, OR each year.

Music Department Scholarship Committee, 1996 – present.
      This involves a minimum of four weekends of audition hearings per year, several telephone calls
      to prospective students, and three to five meetings per year with music faculty to make scholarship
      award decisions.

Music Department PAC Committee, 1996-98. Created and administered promotional materials for
      displays to be used at open houses, conferences, and other music department activities.

Search Committee, 1998-99, Chair, for Director of Choral Activities.
       This search resulted in the successful hiring of Dr. Steven Zielke from the University of Arizona.

Search Committee, 1998-99, Member, for Director of Vocal Activities.
       This search resulted in the successful hiring of Richard Poppino, formerly adjunct voice professor
       from Portland State University, Lewis and Clark College, and Oregon State University.

Search Committee, 1998-99, Chair, for Director of Bands.
       This search did not result in the hiring of a new Director of Bands and was repeated in the fall of
       1999.

Search Committee, 1999-00, Chair, for Director of Bands and Instrumental Music Education.
       This search resulted in the successful hiring of David Hoffman, University of Minnesota.

Honor’s Recital Committee, 1999 and 2001. Served as one of three faculty listening to student auditions
      in order to determine who will play on the Honor’s Recital in May.


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College Service:

Beaver Open House, 1997, 1999, 2000.
       Met students for advising and information and interacted with students at the displays and talked
       with students in 1999, 2000.

College of Liberal Arts Center for Teaching Excellence Advisory Board, May 1999-present.

SOAP 1998, 1997: Summer advising for entering freshman and transfer students.

START 1999-2002: Summer advising for entering freshman and transfer students.

University Service:

2003 – 2006 President’s Commission on the Status of Women
       This committee meets approximately six times per year to address issues related to women and
       their professional experiences at Oregon State University.

       PCOSW Subcommittee on Promotion and Tenure, 2003—present

2003 – 2006 Faculty Senate Advancement of Teaching Committee, Co-chair 2004-06.
       This committee has worked diligently to create, pilot, and assess a new Student Evaluation of
       Teaching and Client Evaluation of Teaching process (SET and CET). When the results of the first
       terms of use showed little discrimination via the statistical analysis used, we consulted with
       statisticians at the University of Washington and University of Idaho to find a better method of
       discrimination. The data will be re-run from last year, and the new formula used in the future, with
       faculty input invited after another term of pilot study. This committee also evaluates proposals and
       recommends funding for the L.L. Stewart grants.

2003-04
      Served on the Teacher Education Coordinators committee as part of the Professional Teacher
      Education Program at OSU. This committee helps determine program compliance with the
      changing regulations of TSPC and NCATE. We worked to develop goals for ―cultural
      competencies‖ and sought to find successful ways to supervise student teachers who are working
      in rural and hard-to-reach locations in Oregon. We gathered data for the annual review of
      programs and representatives met with OSU’s Consortium of professional educators.

2002-2003
      Served as Chair of the Teacher Education Coordinators of the Professional Teacher Education
      Program. We spent many hours discussing and reviewing the newly proposed double degree
      program and determining whether or not it met the TSPC regulations, the Oregon State University
      requirements, as well as the guidelines set forth by the Teacher Licensure Committee.

PTEP Teacher Licensure Committee, 1996-2002.
      Three meetings per year with others called as necessary in order to secure communication with the
      directors of education, the teachers in the education program, as well as NCATE and TSPC
      representatives.

PTEP Teacher Education Committee, 1996 – 2002.

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       Discuss issues with teacher licensure including our National Council for Accreditation of
       Teacher Education (NCATE) and the Oregon Teachers Standards and Licensure Commission
       (TSPC). Frequent meetings include professional topics and development related to standards-
       based education and teacher education.

PTEP Curriculum Committee, 1997 – 2000. Chair, 99-00.
       Extensive review of newly redesigned curricula for all areas of teacher education including: math,
      science, physical education, health education, family and consumer science, music education,
      business and technology, Chemeketa/OSU experimental, ESOL/ bilingual, and elementary
      education. Approximately 25 hours in meetings, many more outside.

Doctoral Oral examination committee:

       Doctoral committee for Jan Abramowitz, 2003-present, Ed.D. Education
       Doctoral committee (1997-99) for Daniel Connor, 1999, Ed.D. Education.

Commencement, Oregon State University. Volunteer, June, 1999. Was assigned to check-in volunteers
     and time each segment of the ceremony.

Professional Service:

National Association of Music Education (MENC): Northwest Division Representative to the National
       Executive Committee for the Society of Music Teacher Education (SMTE), 2004-2010.

National Association of Music Education (MENC): Northwest Choral Education Chair, 2003-2006. I
       review proposals and invite speakers for the Northwest Conference of MENC, February 2004. I
       will coordinate the choral music education sessions at this conference.

Oregon Music Educators Association (OMEA) State Board, Society of Music Teacher Education Chair
      (2002-present). State board meetings three times per year, district meetings three times a year,
      state conferences annually, regional conferences biennially. Demonstrate leadership in the area of
      music teacher education, address issues related to teacher licensure, PRAXIS examinations, and
      accreditation that all faculty in higher education find relevant.

Oregon Music Educators Association (OMEA) State Board, Education Reform Chair (1996-2002). State
      board meetings three times per year, district meetings three times per year, state conferences
      annually and regionally meetings every other year. Help keep Oregon music teachers informed
      about educational reform issues and work with the Arts CIM and CAM representatives from the
      Oregon Department of Education.

American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) State Board, Student Activities Chair (1997-2000). State
      board meetings three times per year in additional to conferences and symposiums offered two –
      three times per year. Create relevant activities for student members interested in professional
      choral conducting careers.

Standards Based Teacher Education Program (STEP) state committee (1997-1998). We convened under
       the Oregon Department of Education to help implement standards-based teaching in teacher
       education programs in Oregon.


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