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Dr. Jennifer Amox

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Title
Associate Professor
Department
Music
Location
Fain Fine Arts Center
Room
C117F
Institution Degree Graduation Date
University of Memphis Doctor of Musical Arts: Flute Performance (Minor: Music Theory) 2018
University of St. Thomas Post-graduate Teacher Certification (K-12 Music, 6-8 Math/Science, 6-8 English/Social Studies) 2006
Stephen F. Austin State University Master of Music: Flute Performance 2003
Henderson State University Bachelor of Music (Minor: Mathematics) 2000
Employer Position Start Date End Date
Henderson State University Associate Professor of Music (Flute and Music Theory) 08/01/2021 07/15/2022
Henderson State University Assistant Professor of Music (Flute and Music Theory) 08/01/2018 07/31/2021
Henderson State University Lecturer in Music (Flute and Music Theory) 02/01/2014 07/31/2018
Henderson State University Adjunct Instructor in Music (Flute and Humanities) 08/01/2007 01/31/2014
North Little Rock High School - East Campus Band Director 07/15/2006 04/01/2009
Pasadena ISD (Morris Fifth Grade Center) Band Director 08/01/2005 05/31/2006

Articles

Roundtable Discussion: "Stirring the Pot: Adding Spice to Winter Practice," Flute Talk, January 2020

"Reaching for the Stars: A Conversation with Jennifer Amox," Flute Talk, April 2019

"Learning to Listen: Creating an Aural Map," Flute Talk, January 2019

Roundtable Discussion: "After Pomp and Circumstance," Flute Talk, May/June 2017

Roundtable Discussion: "Teaching at the College Level," Flute Talk, October 2013


Presentations

Panel Discussion Co-Chair: "Recruiting Students in the Early 21st Century," College Music Society - South Central Conference, 2017

"How May I Serve You? (Service-Based Music Education in the Music Education Technology Classroom)," Teaching and Learning Conference, Henderson State University, 2017

"Opening the Flood Gates (Teaching Music in a Paperless Classroom)," Teaching and Learning Conference, Henderson State University, 2017

"Liturgical Liaisons: Sacred Flute Ensemble Music," Mid-South Flute Festival, University of Memphis, 2010