Faculty Research Workshop Series
Facilitator: Professor Robert Winter (Music Department, UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music)
Research and innovation can advance teaching and learning or arts practices, resulting in exponential benefit for our learners.
In an on-going quest for making meaning and improvement, scholar/pianist/media author Robert Winter will deliver a triptych on the theme of “Research Studies in the Arts”. You are warmly invited to register for these faculty research workshops.
There are 3 sessions in total:
Tuesday, 27 March 10am-12pm, Interval@Library - What is Research in the Arts?, Literature Reviews: the Awesome, and Ugly
Tuesday, 27 March, 2-5pm, Interval@Library - From Idea to Publication - Finding Your Way
Wednesday, 28 March, 1-3pm, C4-02 - Great Researchers I Have Known, and What Made Them Tick
About the Facilitator:
Scholar/pianist/media author ROBERT WINTER earned his B.A. in Music, then an M.F.A. in Piano from the State University of New York at Buffalo, and a Ph. D. in the History & Theory of Music from the University of Chicago.
In the ﬁrst 15 years of his scholarly career, Winter authored, co-authored, or edited four major books on Beethoven and published a substantial number of inﬂuential articles on compositional process, performance practice, and Franz Schubert (he contributed the Schubert article to the 2000 edition of the Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians).
*This session is for NAFA staff only
- The event description was updated. Diff#325708 2018-03-22 07:21:01