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JOHN R. KILBOURNE, Ph.D.

OBJECTIVE

A career in leadership, teaching, research and service to enhance


the scholastic and physical development of people using
health/physical education and games/sport inquiry (History,
Philosophy, Psychology and Sociology) as the genesis;

A career in leadership, teaching, research and service to enhance


the scholastic and physical development of people using creativity
and the performing arts (Dance) as the genesis;

A career in leadership, teaching, research and service to enhance


the scholastic and physical development of people using
conservation and health as the genesis.

EDUCATION

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY; HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION & RECREATION, The


Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 43210.
"Building A Bridge Between Athletics and Academics (A
performance based curriculum for college athletes)," 1994.
Cognate area is in Black Studies.

MASTER OF ARTS; DANCE EDUCATION, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90024.


"Dance and Its Application to Sport," 1986.

BACHELOR OF ARTS; CREATIVE DRAMA AND MOVEMENT FOR CHILDREN,


California State University Long Beach, Long Beach, CA
90840, 1978.
EXPERIENCE

Grand Valley State University, Allendale, MI 49401.


Tenured Professor, Movement Science. Courses taught
include “Foundations of Physical Education and Sport,”
“Dance for the K-12 Educator,” and “Ballroom Dance.” Fall
2004-present.

Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater, MA 02325.


Tenured Associate Professor, Movement Arts, Health Promotion
and Leisure Studies. Courses taught included "History and
Philosophy of Physical Education and Sport (Foundations),"
"Motor Learning," “Sport Psychology,” “Games and Culture of
Arctic People,” and “Ballroom Dance.” Co-Artistic Director of
Modern Dance Company in Residence, The Blau Rhino Dance
Ensemble, 1994-2004.

The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 43210.


Graduate Teaching Associate, School of Health, Physical
Education and Recreation. Courses taught included, "Movement
Awareness," “Social Dance," "Sport In Contemporary America,"
"Principles of Physical Education," and "Special Issues
Affecting Contemporary Student-Athletes," 1990-1994.

The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 43210.


Graduate Administrative Associate, College of Education, "The
Institute for the Advancement of Arts in Education.” “Grant
Writing and Development," 1990-91.

University of Michigan-Dearborn, Dearborn, MI 48128.


Instructor in Physical Education/Dance, 1986-1990.

Amateur Athletic Foundation, Los Angeles, CA 90018.


Instructor-American Coaching Effectiveness Program, 1985-86.

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University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19711.
Instructor in Dance, 1984-85.

Philadelphia Seventy Sixers Basketball Team, Phil., PA 19147


Strength and Flexibility Coach/Dance Conditioning, 1982-84.

Philadelphia College of Performing Art, Phil., PA 19147.


Instructor in Dance, 1982-83

College of the Canyons, Valencia, CA 91355.


Instructor in Dance, 1979-82.

Long Beach Unified School District, Long Beach, CA 90840.


Instructor in Early Childhood Education, 1975-78.

PUBLISHED BOOKS

Kilbourne, J. (2009). Running With Zoe: A Conversation on the


Meaning of Play, Games, and Sport, Including: A Journey to
the Canadian Arctic. Bloomington, Indiana: AuthorHouse.

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

Kilbourne, J. “Sharpening the Mind Through Movement: Using


Exercise Balls in a University Lecture Class.” Under Review.
January, 2009.

Anonymous. “An Ugly Game.” Chronicle Review. December 12, 2008.

Kilbourne, J. “Teaching Social Studies Through Storytelling: The


Enduring Spirit of the Arctic.” Social Education. October,
2008.

Kilbourne, J. “What a Waste – What a Waist: The


Conservation – Health Connection.” Michigan Journal for
Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. Winter
2006, pp. 9-11.

Kilbourne, J. “Of the Arctic.” The Grand Valley Review.


Grand Valley State University, Vol. Fall 2005, pp. 16-20.

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Kilbourne, J. “The Obesity Epidemic in America: Is Higher
Education Part of the Problem?” Michigan Journal for Health,
Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. Winter, 2005, pp.
2-3.

Kilbourne, J. “College Athletics As A College Education.”


Chronicle of Higher Education, Dec. 5, 2003, p. B20.

Kilbourne, J. “Arctic Diary: A Season Among The Inuit.”


Bridgewater Review, Vol. 22, Number 2, December 2003, pp. 11-
13.

Kilbourne, J. “Running With Zoe.” Bridgewater Review, Vol. 17,


Number 2, December, 1998, pp. 7-10.

Kilbourne, J. "Rebuilding The Bridge Between Physical Education


And Creativity." Journal of Health, Physical Education,
Recreation, and Dance. April, 1998, pp. 59-63.

Kilbourne, J. "Natural Selection and Physical Education: Those


That Nourish Will Survive." The Chronicle of Physical
Education in Higher Education. May 1996, pp. 1 & 14-15.

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

Kilbourne, J. "Building A Bridge Between Athletics and


Academics," MicroformPublications, International Institute
for Sport and Human Performance, University of Oregon,
Eugene, OR, 97403, Spring, 1995.

Kilbourne, J. "The Homogeneity of Dance and Sport," Feature


Editor. Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation,
and Dance. May/June 1992, pp. 38-51.

Kilbourne, J. "Flexibility Workout." In Davis, T. and Moss, R.,


A BasketballWorkout, (1992). GP Sports Publishing, Iowa
City, IA, pp. 55-58.

UNREFEREED PUBLICATIONS

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Kilbourne, J. In Search of the Meaning of Games in Life: A
Journey to the Canadian Arctic. Manuscript. Submitted for
publication, Winter 2008.

Kilbourne, J. Running With Zoe: Conversations On The Meaning Of


Sport. Manuscript. Fall 2007.

Kilbourne, J. “A Letter To Ekaterina Gordeeva.” Bridgewater


Alumni Magazine, Summer, 1999.

Kilbourne, J. "Sport Education Missing From Reform," The NCAA


News, (Guest Editorial). April 6, 1994.

Kilbourne, J. Exercises for Athletes (1983). Published by the


Philadelphia Seventy-Sixers Basketball Team. Philadelphia,
PA.

PRESENTATIONS

College Sport Research Institute Conference, University of North


Carolina Chapel Hill. Panelist – Recruiting College Athletes
to Boost Enrollment, April 17, 2009

College Sport Research Institute Conference, University of North


Carolina Chapel Hill. Presenter – The M.U.S.T. Project,
April 18, 2009.

North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Curtis Hotel,


Denver, Colorado. In Search of the Meaning of Games in Life:
A Journey to the Canadian Arctic, November 5-8, 2008. N

PRESENTATIONS

16th Inuit Studies Conference, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg,


Manitoba. Building Bridges Using Education & Performance.
October 23-25, 2008.

College Sport Research Institute Conference, University of


Memphis. Panelist – Historical Perspectives on College
Sport, April 16 – 19, 2008.

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College Sport Research Institute Conference, University of
Memphis. Colleges and Universities Have Failed To Teach
Those in Sport about Sport, April 16 – 19, 2008.

IPY Polar Science – Global Impact Keynote Lecture, Grand Valley


State University. Neighbors to the North. February 7, 2008.

2007 Study Canada Summer Institute for K-12 Educators, Vancouver


and Whistler, British Columbia. Building Bridges to the
Arctic through the Arts, June 24 – 29, 2007.

Grand Valley State University Campus Sustainability Week,


Allendale, MI. What a Waist – What a Waste: The
Conservation Health Connection, October 24, 2006.

2006 Great Lakes Interfaith Energy Conference, Grand Rapids, MI.


SPARKLE – Spinning Physical & Renewable Kinetic Living
Energy. October 12, 2006.

The National Obesity Action Forum, Bethesda, MD. SPARKLE –


Spinning Physical & Renewable Kinetic Living Energy. June 5-
6, 2006.

Association for Canadian Studies in the United States Conference,


St. Louis, MO. Teaching Canada Using the Traditional Culture
and Games of Canada’s Inuit. November 17-19, 2005.

Muskegon Area Arts and Humanities Festival, Muskegon, MI.


SPARKLE – Spinning Physical and Renewable Kinetic Living
Energy. October 1, 2005.

Sierra Summit on the Environment and Conservation, San Francisco,


CA. SPARKLE – Spinning Physical and Renewable Kinetic Living
Energy. September 9–11, 2005.

Inuit Art Society Spring Conference, Keynote Address, Grand Valley


State University, Allendale, MI. Inuit Games and Culture.
May 20-21, 2005.

PRESENTATIONS

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American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and
Dance National Conference, Chicago, IL. The Enduring
Cultural Significance: Games of Arctic People. April 13-16,
2005.

Center for Research and Teaching, Bridgewater State College,


Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Throat Singing. May 19, 2004.

Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Health


Care of Student Athletes – New Products and New Orders for a
New Time. March 28, 2004.

St. Mary’s University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Women’s Hockey:


Gender Issues On and Off the Ice. March 26-27, 2004.

Rhode Island Geography Education Alliance, University of Rhode


Island, West Greenwich, RI. Arctic Journey. March 13, 2004.

Center for Research and Teaching, Bridgewater State College,


Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Using Technology in Field Study
Research. May 14, 2003.

Hingham Soccer Boosters Association, Hingham, Massachusetts.


Athletes, Artists, & Angels. August 28, 2002

J.P. Igloo Celebrity Figure Skating Camp, Ellenton, Florida.


Guest Teacher and Choreographer. August 20-24, 2002

13th Inuit Studies Conference, Anchorage, Alaska.


The Enduring Spirit of the Arctic. August 1-3, 2002.

Virginia Figure Skating Club, Virginia, Minnesota. Guest Teacher


and Choreographer. July 11-13, 2002.

New England/Quebec Student Exchange Program Annual Meeting,


Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater, MA. Exhibition of
Arctic Games, Sport & Food. March 21, 2002

Plymouth Public Schools, Plymouth, Massachusetts.


Lecture/Demonstration on Best Practices for Elementary
Dance Education. February 6, 2002.

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J.P. Igloo Celebrity Figure Skating Camp, Ellenton, Florida.
Guest Teacher and Choreographer. August 22-24, 2001.

Virginia Figure Skating Club, Virginia, Minnesota. Guest Teacher


and Choreographer. June 27 – July 3, 2001.

PRESENTATIONS

J. P. Igloo Celebrity Figure Skating Camp, Ellenton, Florida.


Guest Teacher and Choreographer. August 9-13, 2000.

Virginia Figure Skating Club, Virginia, Minnesota. Guest Teacher


and Choreographer. June 23 – June 30, 2000.

Marquette Figure Skating Club, Marquette, Michigan. Guest Teacher


and Choreographer. July 24-28, 1999.

Writing Across the Curriculum Conference, Worcester State College,


Worcester, Massachusetts. Guest Presenter. May 25, 2000.

The Kerry Leitch Figure Skating School Educational Fund, Ontario,


Canada. Keynote Address. September 25, 1999.

North American Training Camp, Lake Placid, New York. Guest


Teacher and Choreographer. August 22-29, 1999.

Marquette Figure Skating Club, Marquette, Michigan. Guest Teacher


and Choreographer. July 19-23, 1999.

Virginia Figure Skating Club, Virginia, Minnesota. Guest Teacher


and Choreographer. July 6-11, 1999.

Marquette Figure Skating Club, Marquette, Michigan. Guest Teacher


and Choreographer. July 26-31, 1998.

Virginia Figure Skating Club, Virginia, Minnesota. Guest Teacher


and Choreographer. July 10-16, 1998.

Center of Research and Teaching, Bridgewater State College,


Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Preserving Humanity in
Technopia." May 14-15, 1998.

Virginia Figure Skating Club, Virginia, Minnesota. Guest Teacher

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and Choreographer. August 4-11, 1997.

Marquette Figure Skating Club, Marquette, Michigan. Guest Teacher


and Choreographer. July 14-18, 1997.

The Kerry Leitch Figure Skating School, Cambridge, Ontario,


Canada. Guest Teacher and Choreographer. July 2-4, 1997.

Eastern District Association of the American Alliance for Health,


Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, Climbing and Moving
Mountains: The Future of Our Professions. Presenter -
"Enhancing Physical Education Through The Homogeneity of
Dance and Sport." Burlington, Vermont. March 7, 1997.

PRESENTATIONS

British Columbia Coaches Committee, Keynote Address - "The Human


Side of Sport." Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
February 2, 1997.

British Columbia Coaches Committee, Presenter - "The Art of


Sport." Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. February 2,
1997.

British Columbia Coaches Committee, Presenter - "The Evolution


of Sport." Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. February 3,
1997.

Bridgewater State College HPERD Club and Resident Life & Housing,
Keynote Address - "The Ethics and Enlightenment of Sport."
Bridgewater, MA. November 19, 1996.

The Canadian Figure Skating Association's British Columbia


Provincial Seminar. Guest Teacher and Keynote Speaker.
Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. August 21-25, 1996.

Marquette Figure Skating Club, Marquette, Michigan. Guest Teacher


and Choreographer. July 22-26, 1996.

Virginia Figure Skating Club, Virginia, Minnesota. Guest Teacher


and Choreographer. July 15-19, 1996.

Canadian Olympic Development Association's Olympic Challenge

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Series. Keynote Address - "Athletes, Artists and Angels."
Calgary, Alberta, Canada. February 21, 1996.

National Association For Physical Education in Higher Education


National Conference. "Natural Selection and Physical
Education: Those That Nourish Will Survive." Corpus
Christi, Texas. January 3-6, 1996.

The Canadian Figure Skating Association's British Columbia


Provincial Seminar. Guest Teacher and Keynote Speaker.
Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. August 22-27, 1995.

Canadian Figure Skating Association's Senior Team Seasonal


Training Seminar, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Facilitator
(organized Seminar and invited all guest
speakers/presenters). July 19-22, 1995.

Marquette Figure Skating Club, Marquette, Michigan. Guest Teacher


and Choreographer. August 1-4, 1995.

PRESENTATIONS

Eveleth Figure Skating Club, Virginia, Minnesota. Guest Teacher


and Choreographer. July 24-28, 1995.

SUNY College at Brockport, "The Future of Physical Education,"


Brockport, N.Y. - Panel Presenter. October 13-16, 1994.

Canadian Figure Skating Association Senior Seasonal Training


Seminar, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Keynote Address - "Day To
Day Motivation". July 18-24, 1994.

Canadian Figure Skating Association Junior Seasonal Training


Seminar, Toronto, Ontario. Keynote Address - "The Total
Athlete." July 18-24, 1994.

Canadian Figure Skating Association Parent Seasonal Training


Seminar, Toronto, Ontario. Keynote Address - "The Mandala of
Glory." July 18-24, 1994.

Sport Ontario, Toronto, Canada. Keynote Address - "Balancing


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Dark Side Of Sport." September 1993.

Professional Skaters Guild of America International Conference,


Las Vegas, Nevada. Keynote Address - "The Sport and Art
of Figure Skating: Moving With Grace Towards
The Twenty-First Century." May 1993.

The Canadian Figure Skating Association's Annual Meeting,


Vancouver, British Columbia. Keynote Address - "The Sport
and Art of Figure Skating: Moving With Grace Towards The
Twenty-First Century." May 1993.

AAPHERD National Convention, Washington D.C. Presenter -


"Building A Better Bridge Between Athletics and Academics."
March, 1993.

AAPHERD National Convention, Indianapolis, IN. Presenter -


"Bridging The Disconnectedness Between Academics and
Athletics." April 1992.

National Dance Association Science and Somatics of Dance


Symposium, Temple University, Phil. PA. Presenter - "The
Somatics of Dance and Sport." February 1991.

AAPHERD National Convention, Boston, MA. Presenter - "What Dance


Offers the Athlete." April 1989.

The Canadian Figure Skating Association Annual Meeting,


Penticton, British Columbia. Keynote Address - "Athletes,
Artists and Angels." May 1988.

PRESENTATIONS

The Canadian Figure Skating Association's Provincial Coaches


Symposium, Penticton, Alberta, Canada. Keynote Address -
"Athletes, Artists and Angels." October 1988.

GRANTS AND SPONSORED PROJECTS

PEW Faculty Teaching and Learning Center, Grand Valley State


University, Allendale, Michigan. Sharpening the Mind
through Movement: Using Exercise Balls in a University

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Class ($1500.00).

Canadian Studies Faculty Enrichment Grant. Building Bridges


Using Education and Performance: The Canadian Arctic
($4700.00). Submitted October 30, 2008.

National Science Foundation/International Polar Year Grant


(Under
review). Building Bridges to the Canadian Arctic through
Curriculum and Performance ($50,000). Submitted 2007/2008.

Dyer-Ives Foundation, 2006/2007. Arctic Journey, Grand Rapids


Public Schools Curriculum/Performance Project ($3500.00).

Spectrum Theater, Grand Rapids Community College, Grand Rapids,


MI 49503, February 6 – 10, 2007. In-kind donation of
Theater ($4000.00)

Padnos International Center Grand Valley State University,


2006/2007. Arctic Journey, Grand Rapids Public Schools
Curriculum/Performance Project ($1000.00).

Association for Canadian Studies in the United States Fund for


the Arts, 2005/2006. Arctic Journey, Grand Rapids Public
Schools Curriculum/Performance Project ($600.00)

Canadian Consulate Detroit, 2005/2006. Arctic Journey, Grand


Rapids Public Schools Curriculum/Performance Project
($1000.00).

Dyer-Ives Foundation, 2005/2006. Arctic Journey, Grand Rapids


Public Schools Curriculum/Performance Project ($5500.00).

Spectrum Theater, Grand Rapids Community College, Grand Rapids,


MI 49503, February 1 – 4, 2006. In-kind donation of
Theater ($4000.00)

GRANTS AND SPONSORED PROJECTS

Padnos International Center Grand Valley State University,

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2005/2006. Arctic Journey, Grand Rapids Public Schools
Curriculum/Performance Project ($1000.00).

Center for the Advancement of Research and Teaching, 2003.


Small Grant, Elementary School Dance Residency ($2000.00).

SACHEM Faculty Development Tour, April 18-19, 2002.


Canadian Embassy, Washington D.C.

Sabbatical, Canadian Arctic, August – December, 2002.


See Web Page, www.bridgew.edu/arctic/

Center for the Advancement of Research and Teaching, 2002.


Small Grant, Arctic Research ($2000.00).

Canadian Studies Grant Program, 2001-2002.


Faculty Enrichment Grant, Arctic Course Development
($2000.00).

Center for the Advancement of Research and Teaching, 1997-1998.


Small Grant, The Blau Rhino Dance Ensemble ($2000.00)

HONORS AND AWARDS

Grand Valley State University Distinguished Professor of the Year,


2009.

Grand Valley State University Student Senate “Last Lecture,” Fall


2008.

Grand Rapids Public Schools, “Honored for Outstanding Service,”


Fall 2006.

Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater, Massachusetts, “Award for


Academic Excellence,” 2004.

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, “Citation for Outstanding


Performance,” 2000.

Massachusetts Association For Health, Physical Education,


Recreation & Dance, “Honor Award,” 2000.

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Bridgewater State College, Health, Physical Education, Recreation
and Dance Club, "Outstanding Support Award," 1998.

HONORS AND AWARDS

The Ohio State University, "1993 Graduate Associate Teaching


Award."

National Dance Association, "1993 Presidential Citation."

The Ohio State University, "1993 Success Stories Multicultural


Teaching Award."

COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP

President’s Committee for the 50th Anniversary of Grand Valley


State University (On-going), Grand Valley State University,
Allendale, MI 49401.

Vice President for Administration & Finance Search Committee


(Fall 2006), Grand Valley State University,
Allendale, MI 49401.

Dean’s Special Committee for Curriculum Review, (2005/2006),


College of Liberal Arts and Science, Grand Valley State
University, Allendale, MI 49401.

Grand Valley State University Liberal Scholars Initiative


Committee. Winter & Spring 2005.

Department Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (Chair 1998-99 &


2002-03), Department of Movement Arts, Health Promotion &
Leisure Studies, Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater,
Massachusetts. 1997-2003.

Long Range Planning Committee, Bridgewater State College,


Bridgewater, Massachusetts. 1996-1997.

Future Directions Committee (Chair), Department of Movement


Arts, Health Promotion and Leisure Studies, Bridgewater
State College, Bridgewater, Massachusetts. 1994-1997.

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Technical Advisory Committee, School of Education, Bridgewater
State College, Bridgewater, Massachusetts. 1994-1995.

Intercollegiate Athlete Academic/Life Skills Committee, The


Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio 43210, 1993-94.

Minority Recruitment and Retention Task Force, The Ohio State


University, Columbus, Ohio 43210, 1993-94.

COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP

Minority Recruitment and Retention Task Force, School of Health,


Physical Education, and Recreation, The Ohio State
University, Columbus, Ohio 43210, 1993-94.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

The American Alliance for Health, Physical Education,


Recreation & Dance

The North American Society for the Sociology of Sport

The Association for Canadian Studies in the United States

American Society For Philosophy, Counseling, and Psychotherapy

CHOREOGRAPHY/PERFORMANCE

Grand Rapids Public Schools, Grand Rapids Community College, and


Grand Valley State University. Arctic Journey. February 1 -
4, 2005.

Grand Rapids Public Schools, Grand Rapids Community College, and


Grand Valley State University. Arctic Journey. February 2-
4, 2006.

Muskegon Public Schools, Muskegon, Michigan. SPARKLE, A

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Performance About Health/Fitness and Renewable Energy.
May 20-21, 2005.

Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater, Massachusetts. The Blau


Rhino Dance Ensemble. Co-artistic Director. January 1998 -
Present.

The Bridgewater State College Catholic Center, "An Evening of


Renewal: The Easter Vigil in Sacred Dance, Word and Music."
Co-director and Co-choreographer. Bridgewater State
College, Bridgewater, MA. April 6, 1997.

St. Pauls Episcopal Church, "An Evening of Renewal: The Easter


Vigil in Sacred Dance, Word and Music." Co-director and Co-
choreographer. Bantam, CT. March 29, 1997.

Bridgewater State College, "Kaleidoscope,"


"Dreamin Of The Outside," Spring 1996.

CHOREOGRAPHY/PERFORMANCE

Bridgewater State College, "Kaleidoscope,"


"Change We Haven't, Change We Won't, Change We Must,"
Spring 1995.

Andover High School Bloomfield Hills, MI. "Pippin," 1988.

Andover High School Bloomfield Hills, MI. "Oklahoma," 1987.

The University of Delaware Dance Ensemble, Newark, DE. "Sunday


Morning," 1985.

The University of Delaware Dance Ensemble, Newark, DE. "For


Janett," 1985.

Taft Communications Inc. Television Special, San Diego, CA.


"The Most Beautiful Athlete," 1984.

Philadelphia College of Performing Arts, Philadelphia, PA.


“Dreamin Of The Outside,” 1983.

California Arts Commission Grant For Choreography,


College of the Canyons, Valencia, CA.

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"Dreamin Of The Outside," 1981-82.

REFERENCES

Dr. Brian Hatzel


Chair
Department of Movement Science
MAK B2-218
Grand Valley State University
Allendale, MI 49401
616-331-8538
hatzelb@gvsu.edu

Dr. Steve Glass


Associate Dean
Interdisciplinary Studies/Sustainability Initiative
224 Lake Ontario Hall
Grand Valley State University
Allendale, MI 49401
616-331-8655
glassst@gvsu.edu

REFERENCES

Dr. Mark Schaub


Director Padnos International Center
130 Lake Ontario Hall
Grand Valley State University
Allendale, MI 49401
616-331-3898
schaubm@gvsu.edu

Professor Sam Baumgarten


Chair
Department of Movement Arts, Health Promotion & Leisure Studies
Bridgewater State College
Bridgewater, MA 02325

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508-531-2313
sbaumgarten@bridgew.edu

Dr. Mary Schutten


Associate Dean
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
MAK B4-232
Grand Valley State University
Allendale, MI 49401
616-331-3060
schutmar@gvsu.edu

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