Sandy Lewis, Chair Search Committee, Vice President for Faculty Development and Advancement

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1 May 20, 2012 Sandy Lewis, Chair Search Committee, Vice President for Faculty Development and Advancement Dear Sandy and Search Committee Members: Thank you for your consideration of my application for the position of Vice President for Faculty Development and Advancement. I have been very proud to be a member of the Florida State University faculty since 1994, when I came to FSU as professor and department chair, from my former position as an associate professor and chair at Purdue University. The FSU focus on student success and community service, and the incredibly broad range of highly successful teaching and research programs that characterize our university, have inspired me since that time. I know this university well, and recognize that as good a job as we do in many areas, there is much to be done to improve the sustainability and achievements of our most important asset, our faculty. As you know, I currently serve as Dean of the College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance. That experience over the past ten years has been extraordinarily rewarding. I ve learned many ways to help faculty, staff, and students achieve their goals even in very fiscally challenging times, and worked to build a strong network of professional and philanthropic allies who help support those dreams. When I became dean of what was then the School of Visual Arts and Dance in 2002, I was thrilled to learn of 100% support by my faculty colleagues for my appointment as dean. In the intervening years, the School of Theatre, including the FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training in Sarasota, and the Ringling Museum of Art, the country s largest university art museum, have been added to my oversight and our new college has been formed. Despite the complications that naturally came along with these expansions, I m pleased to note that recent faculty and staff evaluations of my performance as dean were overwhelmingly positive, and the national stature of our many programs has grown steadily. I have served on a number of Promotion and Tenure committees over the years, including the FSU University level committee prior to becoming dean. Since taking over the academic leadership of my college, we have been uniformly successful in the promotion and tenure of our faculty, including promotion to professor of some longstanding associate professors. I understand how critical promotion and tenure are to the health of the university as a whole, and of course to our individual faculty colleagues and their respective programs. I work with a wide variety of people, from traditional scholars in art, dance, and theatre history, to designers engaged in groundbreaking cross-disciplinary research in the labs at FAR, our new Facility for Arts Research. Although at first blush it may seem that the disciplines in my college are very similar, nothing could be further from the truth. Acting and technical theatre have limited similarities with art therapy or interior design; the same is true for dance and choreography, museum studies or studio art. Nonetheless, our faculty and students find many intriguing partnerships across disciplines, and we also work with partners across campus, from Medicine to English, Engineering to Biochemistry. Of course, this is one of the great rewards for working at a large research institution. I am very excited about the possibility of expanding these

2 types of opportunities and better institutionalizing recognition for these successes for all faculty who may be interested. My relationships with members of our university leadership are strong, and I know many faculty members from across our campus through a variety of avenues. Should I be hired as the new Vice President, I would be very excited to meet and help support more faculty members and to build a close working relationship with the Faculty Senate. (I am a former senate member at both FSU and Purdue.) Teaching is the backbone of our university, and although I have missed teaching since assuming the deanship, I remain committed to its support. In my college, we have greatly accelerated the use of technology in all aspects of teaching, from motion capture in creating choreography, to smart classrooms for history and criticism classes, to fully digital animation and design studios. Teaching in all areas of the university can be enhanced through innovative uses of technology, built with faculty input at all levels. I also have been privileged to serve as the chair of the Council of Deans Personnel Committee since I have been on the Chairs and Deans Education Committee for even longer, since During all those years and through the many changes that came with them, I believe it is fair to say that my priorities always have focused on the best interests of the FSU faculty, from work with the orientation for new faculty to recognition of outstanding faculty in teaching, research, and service each year. In sum, I think that I have the kind of broad and successful experience as an administrator and faculty member that is critical for the new position of Vice President for Faculty Development and Advancement. Thank you for your consideration and please contact me should you have questions. Sincerely, Sally McRorie Dean and Professor 2

3 Curriculum Vitae Sally McRorie Dean and Professor College of Visual Arts, Theatre & Dance 236 Fine Arts Building Florida State University Tallahassee, Florida (850) (W) Professional Experience 2004-present Dean, College of Visual Arts, Theatre, and Dance, Florida State University Leadership responsibility for: Administration of multi-site college with annual operating budgets of $27M and endowed funds of $40M; Approximately 100 faculty and 250 staff; 1900 majors in three schools: School of Art and Design (Departments of Art, Art Education, Art History, and Interior Design), School of Dance, and School of Theatre; 18 facilities on the Tallahassee campus and surrounding area; The Ringling Center for the Arts and Sarasota arts campus, including the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, the Ca d Zan House Museum, the Circus Museum, Tibbals Learning Center I & II, Historic Asolo Theatre and John McKay Visitors Pavilion, historic grounds, and multiple restaurants and stores; and the FSU-Asolo Performing Arts Center, housing the FSU-Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training, the Asolo Repertory Theatre, and the Sarasota Ballet; The Ringling International Arts Festival; Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts; Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreographic Research (MANCC); Master Craftsman Studios; Development and fundraising in support of students, faculty, programs, facilities, and research and creative activity initiatives Dean, School of Visual Arts and Dance, Florida State University. Responsible for administrative leadership for the school, which was combined with former School of Theatre in 2004 to establish current College as described above. 3

4 1994-present Professor, Department of Art Education, College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance, Florida State University Chair and Professor of Art Education, School of Visual Arts and Dance, Florida State University. Responsible for department offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in art education, arts administration, and art therapy, including a doctoral program with over 50 students Co-director of Florida Institute for Art Education, a regional institute of the Getty Education Institute in the Arts with additional major funding from the Annenberg Challenge and the Jessie Ball dupont Foundation Chair of Art & Design, Visual and Performing Arts, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. Responsible for programs in fine arts; graphic, interior and industrial design; art history; and art education Associate Professor of Art Education, Visual and Performing Arts, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana Assistant Professor of Art Education, Visual and Performing Arts, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana Assistant Professor of Visual Arts Education, Department of Art and Music Education and Music Therapy, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas Art Teacher at elementary and middle public schools in South Carolina, Tennessee, and Kansas. Professional Preparation 1985 Ph.D., University of Kansas Art Education Cognate areas: Aesthetics; Printmaking 1979 M.A., East Tennessee State University Art Education and Printmaking 1976 B.A., University of North Carolina-Pembroke Art Education and Painting 1994 Bryn Mawr Summer Institute for Women in Higher Education, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania (month-long intensive) 2009 Leadership Florida, Class XXVII (year-long training in leadership strategies and exploration of issues affecting the entire state) 4

5 Honors and Awards Manuel Barkan Memorial Award for the Outstanding Scholarly Paper in the field of Art Education, with Tom Anderson, National Art Education Association (NAEA) (1998) Presidential Recognition of Outstanding Achievement and Exemplary Service to the Association and the Art Education Profession, NAEA (1998) Florida State University Teaching Award (1998) Florida Higher Education Art Educator of the Year, Florida Art Education Association (1997) Mary J. Rouse Award for Outstanding Young Art Educator, National Art Education Association (1991) Outstanding Alumnus Award, East Tennessee State University (1990) Indiana Art Educator of the Year, Art Education Association of Indiana (1989) Indiana Higher Education Art Educator of the Year, Art Education Association of Indiana (1989) Membership in Professional Organizations American Association of Museums Arts Education Partnership College Art Association Council for Policy Studies of National Art Education Association International Council of Fine Arts Deans Leadership Florida National Art Education Association National Association of Schools of Art & Design National Council of Arts Administrators Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society Seminar for Research in Art Education 5

6 SCHOLARLY OR CREATIVE ACTIVITIES Grants Office of Tourism, Trade, and Economic Development, State of Florida Office of the Governor, in support of the Ringling International Arts Festival in Sarasota, FL (2010) $1,000,000 Office of Tourism, Trade, and Economic Development, State of Florida Office of the Governor, in support of development of the Ringling International Arts Festival in Sarasota, FL (2009) $1,500,000 Getty Grant Program in support of the Florida Institute for Art Education and the Transforming Education through the Arts Challenge (2001) $175,000 Annenberg Challenge Foundation Grant in support of the Florida Institute for Art Education and the Transforming Education through the Arts Challenge (2001) $150,000 Florida Division of Cultural Affairs in support of the Florida Institute for Art Education (2001) $14,000 Getty Grant Program in support of the Florida Institute for Art Education and the Transforming Education through the Arts Challenge (2000) $175,000 Annenberg Challenge Foundation Grant in support of the Florida Institute for Art and the Transforming Education through the Arts Challenge (2000) $150,000 Leon County, FL School Board grant in support of arts education in-service activities (2000) $27,729 Florida Department of Education grant in support of "Integrating Art in the Curriculum" project (2000) $99,000 Jessie Ball dupont Foundation Grant in support of Florida Arts and Community Enhancement (FACE) program for community youth (1999) $134,000 Getty Grant Program in support of the Florida Institute for Art Education and the Transforming Education through the Arts Challenge (1999) $175,000 Annenberg Challenge Foundation Grant in support of the Florida Institute for Art Education and the Transforming Education through the Arts Challenge (1999) $150,000 Florida Division of Cultural Affairs grants in support of the Florida Institute for Art Education (1999) $16,000 Getty Education Institute Grant in support of the Florida Institute for Art Education and the Transforming Education through the Arts Challenge (1998) $175,000 6

7 Annenberg Challenge Foundation Grant in support of the Florida Institute for Art Education and the Transforming Education through the Arts Challenge (1998) $150,000 Florida Division of Cultural Affairs grant in support of the Florida Institute for Art Education (1998) $16,000 Getty Education Institute Grant in support of the Florida Institute for Art Education and the Transforming Education through the Arts Challenge (1997) $175,000 Annenberg Challenge Foundation Grant in support of the Florida Institute for Art Education and the Transforming Education through the Arts Challenge (1997) $150,000 GTE Issues Grant, in support of Lecture Series on "Ethics and Aesthetics: New Technologies and the Visual Arts and Design" (1994) $80,000 Flora Roberts Foundation Grant, in support of "Beyond Gyn-Ecology: Women, Nature, and Art" lecture project (1993) $75,000 National Endowment for the Arts, in support of "Environmental Issues in Art and Design: Eagle Mountain" exhibition and lecture project (1993) $60,000 Purdue University International Travel Grant, to present paper at International Council for Philosophical Inquiry Symposium, Graz, Austria (1992) Purdue University International Travel Grant, to present paper and chair panel at the International Council for Philosophical Inquiry Symposium, Taipei, Taiwan (1990) Purdue University XL Grant, to pursue research and develop materials in aesthetics for children (1989) Purdue University XL Grant, to pursue research in aesthetics and philosophy for children (1988) Refereed Journal Articles Publications McRorie, S. (2004). A Telling Portrait of Media Integration, The International Digital Media and Arts Association Journal, 1 (1), Johnson, I. & McRorie, S. (2001). Doctoral Programs at Florida State University. In J. Hutchens (Ed.), In Their Own Words: The Development of Doctoral Study in Art Education, National Art Education Association. Anderson, T., Eisner, E. & McRorie, S. (1998). A Survey of Graduate Study in Art Education, Studies in Art Education, 40 (1), McRorie, S. and Anderson, T. (1997). Using Aesthetics to Center the K-12 Art 7

8 Curriculum. Art Education, 50(3); McRorie, S. (1997). Inquiry in Critical Theory: Questions for Art Education. In J. Hutchens & M. Suggs (Eds.). Conceptual Issues in Art Education, National Art Education Association. McRorie, S. (1996). Philosophical Inquiry as Research in Art Education. Australian Journal of Art Education, 19 (3). McRorie, S. (1996). On Teaching and Learning Aesthetics: Gender and Related Issues. In R. Sandell & G. Collins (Eds.), Gender Issues in Art Education: Content, Contexts and Strategies, National Art Education Association Press. Hagaman, S. and Wolfe, M. (1995). Portraits in Context. In T. Barrett (Ed.), Lessons for Criticizing Art, ERIC. Hagaman, S. (1994). Philosophy, Art, and Education. Thinking, 3&4; Hagaman, S. (1994). A Feminist Analysis of Education in Philosophy and Art. In D. Camhy (Ed.), Das Philosophische Denken von Kindern, Academia Verlag, Germany, Hagaman, S. (1993). Inquiry in Critical Theory for Art Students. Art & Academe, 6 (1); Hagaman, S. (1992). Pentimento: Conversations in the Art Classroom. In R. Reed, When We Talk: Essays on Classroom Conversation, Analytic Press, Hagaman, S. (1992). Aesthetics in Elementary Art Education. In A. Johnson (Ed.), Art Education: Elementary, National Art Education Association; Hagaman, S. (1991). Critical Thinking and Art Education. Inquiry: Critical Thinking Across the Disciplines, 7 (3); Hagaman, S. (1991). Philosophical Inquiry and the Art Student. In M. Salmon (Ed.), Liberal Arts and Education of the Artist, School of Visual Arts Press, Hagaman, S. (1990). Feminist Inquiry in Art History, Art Criticism, and Aesthetics: An Overview for Art Education. Studies in Art Education, 32 (1); Hagaman, S. (1990). The Community of Inquiry: An Approach to Collaborative Learning. Studies in Art Education, 31 (3); Hagaman, S. (1990). Philosophical Aesthetics: A Further Look Toward 8

9 Implementation. Art Education, 43 (4); 22-24, Hagaman, S. (1990). Health Hazards in Art at the Secondary Level. In B. Little (Ed.), Secondary Art Education: An Anthology of Issues, National Art Education Association; Hagaman, S. (1989). Reconstructing Aesthetics: Adaptation of Philosophy for Children in Art Education. Analytic Teaching, 10 (1); Hagaman, S. (1988). Philosophical Aesthetics in the Art Class: A Look Toward Implementation. Art Education, 41 (3); Hagaman, S. (1988). To See and See Again: Aesthetic Experience in the Museum. In A. Svedlow (Ed.), Art Museum Education: Building on Traditions, National Art Education Association; Hagaman, S., (1988). Aesthetic Socialization and the Young Child. Bulletin of the Caucus on Social Theory and Art Education, 8; Hagaman, S., and Darrow, A. (1986). Relating Art and Music in Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Music, 3 (1); 1-8. Hagaman, S., Mary Huntoon (1986). Pioneering Art Therapist. American Journal of Art Therapy, 24 (3); Hagaman, S. (1986). Art Hazards: Concerns of the Art Teacher. Art Education, 39 (3); Hagaman, S., Mary Huntoon (1985). Artist, Teacher, and Therapist. In M. Stankiewicz and E.Zimmerman (Eds.), Women Art Educators II, Indiana University Press; Invited Publications McRorie, S. (2009). Another Look at Art Education for New Times, in Looking Back: Editor s Selections from 50 Years of Studies in Art Education, National Art Education Association Press, McRorie, S. (1997). Echoes of the Baby Boom. Studies in Art Education, 38 (2). McRorie, S. (1997). Questions about Questions: Research in Art Education, Studies in Art Education, 37 (4). McRorie, S. (1996). Fogs, Memes, and Other Mysteries. Studies in Art Education, 37 (3). McRorie, S. (1996). Jihad vs. McWorld: A Contemporary Dilemma. Studies in Art Education, 37 (2). 9

10 McRorie, S. (1996). Mapping Some Changes. Studies in Art Education, 37 (1). Hagaman, S. (1992). Worlds of Art, Studies in Art Education, 34 (1); Hagaman, S. (1991). Aesthetics in Art Education: A Look toward Implementation. ERIC: Art National Clearinghouse. Hagaman, S. (1991). Feminist Art History: A Dinner Party. In R. Bersson, Worlds of Art, Mayfield Publishing; Hagaman, S. (1990). Teaching Drawing Through Art, Studies in Art Education, 31 (3); Hagaman, S. (1990). ArtTalk, Studies in Art Education, 31 (2); Hagaman, S. (1983). African/Black American Art Concepts and Activities. Cultural Pluralism and the Arts, University Press of Kansas; Invited Lectures McRorie, S. (2011). The Economy, Resources, and Strategic Planning, National Association of Schools of Art and Design Annual Meeting, with Dennison Griffith, President, Columbus College of Art and Design. McRorie, S. (2009). Changing Faculty Realities, National Council of Arts Administrators Annual Conference. McRorie, S. (2009). Leadership Issues Outside the Academy, NASAD Workshops for New Administrators, National Association of Schools of Art & Design Annual Meeting. McRorie, S. (2008). Leading for Change, National Association of Arts Administrators Annual Conference. McRorie, S. (2007). Art Facilities of the Future, National Association of Schools of Art and Design Annual Meeting. McRorie, S. (2003). What Research Shows: The Arts in the Lives of our Children, Leadership Florida Annual Conference, Sarasota, FL. McRorie, S. (2001). "Developing a Moveable Arts Center: Collaborative Research in Art, Movement, and Archeology in Cetamura, Italy," Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts. McRorie, S. (1999). "Emerging Research Issues and Directions," keynote address at The Symposium for Research on Conceptual Issues in Art Education, University of Wisconsin. 10

11 McRorie, S. (1998). "Pragmatic Aesthetics, In the Works Symposium, Florida State University Department of Dance. McRorie, S. (1997). Adam's Rib: Sexual Mythodology and the Role of Women in Art," Museum of Arts and Sciences, Daytona, FL. VITA for Sally McRorie McRorie, S. (1997). The Question of a Feminine Aesthetic Revisited," Appleton Museum Of Art, Florida State University Faculty Scholars Lecture Series, Ocala, FL. McRorie, S. (1996). Aesthetics and Art Education," Alabama Institute for Education in the Arts, Montgomery. McRorie, S. (1985). "Aesthetics and the Work of Sandy Skoglund," Colloquium on Teaching Contemporary Art, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH (was visiting scholar for weeklong colloquium with artist Sandy Skoglund and critic Arlen Raven). McRorie, S. (1985). "Aesthetics and Philosophical Inquiry," Southeast Institute for Education in the Art Summer Institute, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. McRorie, S. (1985). "Inquiry in Aesthetics in Arts Education," a series of lectures over five days for participants from visual arts, music, theatre, and early childhood education, Tennessee Arts Academy, Nashville. McRorie, S. (1985). Writing for Studies in Art Education," Chair of Panel Discussion, National Art Education Association Annual Conference, Chicago. McRorie, S. (1985). "Inquiry in Aesthetics," Southeast Institute for Education in the Arts Summer Institute, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. McRorie, S. (1992). "Aesthetics: Issues in Theory, Research, and Practice," Panel Discussion, Ohio State University, Symposium on Teaching Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Columbus, Ohio. McRorie, S. (1992). "Teaching Philosophy as a Method of Inquiry for Children," Getty Invitational Conference on Discipline Based Music Education, Southeast Institute for Education in the Arts, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. McRorie, S. (1992). "Philosophical Inquiry in the Teaching of Aesthetics for Art and Music Education," introductory lecture, plus individualized presentations for each group of participants (Art, Music) Southeast Institute for Education in the Arts Summer Institute, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. McRorie, S. (1992). "Writing for Studies in Art Education," Chair of Panel Discussion, National Art Education Association Annual Conference, Phoenix, Arizona. McRorie, S. (1991). "Philosophical Aesthetics and Arts Education," Spencer Museum of Art Distinguished Speaker Series, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. 11

12 McRorie, S. (1991). Art Education and Philosophical Inquiry," Lawrence, KS Public Schools. McRorie, S. (1991). "Inquiry Processes in Museum Experiences," Museum of the City of New York Docent Education Symposium, New York. McRorie, S. (1991). "Philosophy for Children and Art Education," Indiana University Symposium in Art Education, Bloomington, IN. McRorie, S. (199). "Philosophical Inquiry in the Teaching of Aesthetics for Art, Music, and Theatre Education," introductory lecture, plus individualized presentations for each group of participants (Art, Music, and Theatre) Southeast Institute for Education in the Arts Summer Institute, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. McRorie, S. (1990). "Aesthetics in the Art Curriculum," Burlington Public School System, Burlington, Massachusetts. McRorie, S. (1990)."Philosophical Aesthetics in Art Education," State Department of Education Art Education Institute, Nashville Tennessee. McRorie, S. (1990). "Philosophical Inquiry in the Teaching of Aesthetics," Southeast Institute for Education in the Visual Arts Summer Institute. McRorie, S. (1990). "Philosophy for Children and Art Education," International Council for Philosophical Inquiry with Children Annual Conference, Taipei, Taiwan. McRorie, S. (1990). International Council for Philosophical Inquiry with Children Annual Conference, Taipei, Taiwan. McRorie, S. (1990). "Critical Thinking: New Approaches," Panel discussion, American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois. McRorie, S. (1989). "Aesthetics in the Art Curriculum," Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. McRorie, S. (1989). "Philosophical Aesthetics," Art Education Association of Indiana Annual Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana. McRorie, S. (1989). "Aesthetics: Unifying the Arts Curriculum," Summer Institute in the Humanities, Nelson Atkins Museum of Art and Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, Missouri. McRorie, S. (1989). "Art Education and Philosophy for Children: Synergistic Patterns," Montclair State College. McRorie, S. (1989). Developing Texts for Aesthetics with Children, Montclair State College. McRorie, S. (1988). "Aesthetics in the Art Curriculum: Beyond the Rhetoric," Art Education Association of Indiana Annual Conference, Indianapolis. 12

13 McRorie, S. (1988). "Aesthetics with Children," Seminar on Philosophy for Children, Montreal, Canada. McRorie, S. (1988). "A History of Education of Women in the Visual Arts," University of North Carolina. McRorie, S. (1986). Art Curriculum for the Middle School," Ninth Annual Symposium of the Association for Middle Level Education, Fort Hays State University, Fort Hays, Kansas. McRorie, S. (1982). "Understanding the Art of Young Children," Symposium in Early Childhood Education, University of North Carolina. Refereed Presentations McRorie, S. (2006). How to Predict the Future: Invent It, First International Conference on the Arts and Society, University of Edinburgh, Scotland. McRorie, S. (2001). "Aesthetics and Ethics in Contemporary Art and Philosophy," National Art Education Association National Conference, New York. McRorie, S. (2000). "Lessons from Contemporary Aesthetics and Ethics," National Art Education Association National Conference, Los Angeles. McRorie, S. (2000). Postmodernist Theories and Art Education," National Art Education Association National Conference, Los Angeles. McRorie, S. (1999). "Aesthetics, Ethics, and Art Education Redux," National Art Education Association National Conference, Washington. McRorie, S. (1998). "Aesthetics, Ethics, and Art Education," National Art Education Association National Conference, Chicago. McRorie, S. (1998). "Aesthetics and Pragmatism: Lessons for Art Education," National Art Education Association National Conference, Chicago. McRorie, S. (1997). "Pragmatism as a Philosophical Foundation: Educational Reform with a Heart," Florida Art Education Association Conference, Orlando. McRorie, S. (1997). The Realities of Becoming A Department Chair," National Art Education Association Annual Conference, New Orleans. McRorie, S. (1996). Using Aesthetics to Center the K-12 Art Curriculum," Florida Art Education Association Annual Conference, Tampa. McRorie, S. (1996). "Writing for Studies in Art Education," National Art Education Association Annual Conference, San Francisco. 13

14 McRorie, S. (1996). "Aesthetics at the Center of the K-12 Curriculum," with Tom Anderson, National Art Education Association Annual Conference, San Francisco. McRorie, S. (1995). "Contemporary Art as Content for Art Education," with Tom Anderson, Florida Art Education Association Annual Conference, Sarasota. McRorie, S. (1995). "Writing for Studies in Art Education," National Art Education Association Annual Conference, Houston. McRorie, S. (1994). "The Dilemma of Student Relativism in Classroom Conversations about Art," National Art Education Association Annual Conference, Baltimore. McRorie, S. (1994). Writing for Studies in Art Education, National Art Education Association Annual Conference, Baltimore. McRorie, S. (1993). "Inquiry in Critical Theory for Art Students," Conference on Liberal Arts and the Education of Artists, School of Visual Arts, New York. McRorie, S. (1993). "Gender Issues: A Feminist Review of Research in Critical Pedagogy," with Leni Salkind, Art Education Association Annual Conference, Chicago. McRorie, S. (1992). "Education in Philosophy and Art: A Feminist Account," International Council for Philosophical Inquiry with Children Annual Conference, Graz, Austria. McRorie, S. (1992). "You Can't Make a Peirce out of a Saussure: A Feminist Review of Critical Theory for Art Education," National Art Education Association Annual Conference, Phoenix. McRorie, S. (1992)."Reveries on Aesthetics," with A. Svedlow, National Art Education Association Annual Conference, Phoenix. McRorie, S. (1991). "Philosophical Inquiry in the Arts and Humanities," American Association for the Advancement of Core Curriculum National Conference, Lincolnshire, Illinois. McRorie, S. (1990). "Philosophical Inquiry and the Art Student," School of the Visual Arts Annual Conference on Liberal Arts and the Education of Artists, New York, New York. McRorie, S. (1990). Reconstructing the Seminar in Critical Theory," National Art Education Association Annual Conference, Kansas City, Missouri. McRorie, S. (1990). "The Community of Inquiry in Art Education," National Art Education Association Conference, Kansas City, Missouri. McRorie, S. (1990). "The Art Class as Community of Inquiry: A Qualitative Report," National Art Education Association Conference, Kansas City, Missouri. 14

15 McRorie, S. (1989). "Reconstructing Aesthetics," International Seminar on Children's Philosophy, Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children, Montclair, New Jersey. McRorie, S. (1989). Adaptation of Philosophy for Children Pedagogy and Materials," International Council for Philosophical Inquiry with Children International Symposium, San Antonio, Texas. McRorie, S. (1989). "Aesthetics in the Art Curriculum: Beyond the Rhetoric," National Art Education Association Conference, Washington, DC. McRorie, S. (1989). Aesthetics in Discipline-Based Art Education: A Panel Discussion, National Art Education Association, Washington, DC. McRorie, S. (1988). "Sacred Cows: Looking into Art History," National Art Education Association Conference, Los Angeles, California. McRorie, S. (1988). "Aesthetics in the Art Room: Instructional Models and Frustrations from Philosophy," National Art Education Association Conference, Los Angeles, California. McRorie, S. (1987). "A Closer Look at American Early Childhood Education: Implications for Art Educators," National Art Education Association Conference, Boston, Massachusetts. McRorie, S. (1987). Art and the Preschool: A Feminist Critique," National Art Education Association Conference, Boston, Massachusetts. McRorie, S. (1986). "The Young Child: Separating Art and Play," National Art Education Association Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana. McRorie, S. (1986). "Responses of Preschool Teachers to the Products of Preschool Children's Art and Play Activities," National Art Education Association Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana. McRorie, S. (1986). "Developing Capable Young People: An Approach to Art Education Curriculum," Kansas Art Education Association Conference. McRorie, S. (1983). "Historical Art Education Research: Mary Huntoon," National Art Education Association Conference, Detroit. McRorie, S. (1982). "Applying Educational Theory in the Preschool Art Program," National Art Education Association Conference, New York. McRorie, S. (1981). "Analyzing Policy in Arts Education Programs for Handicapped Children," National Art Education Association Conference, Chicago. 15

16 Original Creative Works Cover Drawing (1990). "Emily's Echo," Analytic Teaching, 10 (2). Cover Drawing (1989). "Sam's Question," Analytic Teaching, 10 (1). Exhibitions Faculty Annual Exhibit ( ). Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University. Creative Arts Faculty Show (1988). Beelke Gallery, Purdue University. Creative Arts Faculty show (1987). Stewart Center Gallery, Purdue University. Group Invitational (1985). Paper Press Gallery, Chicago. Juried Exhibition (1984). University of South Carolina, Longstreet Theater Gallery, Columbia, South Carolina. Group Invitational (1984). University of Kansas Union Gallery. Group Invitational (1983). University of Nevada at Las Vegas Art Department Gallery. Group Invitational 1983). University of Kansas Union Gallery. Group Invitational (1982). University of Kansas Union Gallery. "Mid-Four" Juried Exhibition (1981). Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri. Group Invitational (1981). Devoe Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri. Two Person Show (1981). Lawrence Arts Center, Lawrence, Kansas. One Person Show (1980). Bailey Hall Gallery, University of Kansas. Two Person Show (1978). Milligan College, Johnson City, Tennessee. Group Invitational (1978). Virginia Tech. Courses taught at Florida State TEACHING ARE 6937 ARE 5935 ARH 5896 Philosophical Foundations (Doctoral Seminar) Critical Theory Critical Theory and Contemporary Art 16

17 ARE 5641 ARE 5907 ARE 5930 ARE 3047 ARE 4946 Critical Analysis Research Methodologies Seminar in Creativity Foundations of Art Education Senior Seminar Chair of Doctoral Dissertation Supervisory Committees Current: Bonnie Bernau, Cynthia Hollis 2010 Teri Yoo. A Pragmatic Analysis of the Public Trust and Accountability Characteristics of Accreditable Museums 2005 Alicia Wheeler Ruggiero. Addressing Emotions in Education: A Descriptive Analysis of Caring in Middle School Art Classrooms 2005 Nezar Abdul-Hafeez. Identifying the Critical Aspects of the Built Environment for Effective Art Education in Institutions of Higher Education Li-Ying Wu. A Descriptive Analysis of the Education Programs at the Los Angeles Philharmonic Ying-Yi Chou. The Internet as Creative Environment Elizabeth Maria Gonzales. A descriptive study of the effects of a professional development experience in the Instituto de Bellas Artes y Educación Integral 2002 Seung-Ryul Shin. Teaching Critical Thinking Skills through a Metacognitive Art Criticism Teaching Strategy and Computer Technology Susannah Brown. Professional Development in Arts Integration Rachel Williams. Female Artists among Prison Populations Jessie Whitehead. The Influences of Feminism and Ethnicity on Selected Women Artists of Color 2000 Leslie Vega. Developing a Museum Studies Certificate Program: An Analysis of the Florida State University s Experience 1999 Carolyn McDonald. An Ethnographic Document Analysis of Tennessee High School Adopted Art History Textbooks for Diversity Balance 1999 Steve Willis. A Descriptive Analysis of Assessment Procedures used in the Advanced Placement Studio Art Program and the International Baccalaureate Art & Design Programme 17

18 1999 Jiyeon Yang. The Public Education Role of the National Gallery of Art: A Case Study with Implications for Korean Art Education 1998 Robert Pope. The Abstract Painter as Snake Handler : An Investigation and Interpretation of the Practice of Five American Abstract Painters in Mary S. Wolfe. A Really Good Art Teacher Would be Like You, Mrs. C Sally Rice. Higher Education and the Role of Studio Art Instruction 1986 Janis Norman. The Effectiveness of an Integrated Arts Program on Students Academic Achievement Member of Doctoral Dissertation Supervisory Committees Over twenty-five at Florida State University, and those below from Purdue University and the University of Kansas Mohamed Al-Namlah. Identifying College Students Attitudes toward the Art World in Saudi Arabia 1993 Mark Sidelnick. Growing Up or Coming of Age? 1991 Leni Salkind. The Relationship of Gender, Age, and Cognitive Style, to Preference for Works of Art 1990 Raymond Dalton. Admission, retention, and Support Services of African- American Architecture Students: A National Surve Chair of Master s Thesis Supervisory Committees Over twenty at Florida State University, and those below from Purdue University Kathy Busch. Four Artists: The Role of Art Education in Shaping their Lives and Work 1991 Nancy Generelli. Multicultural Art Education Margaret Huhn. The Use of Modernist Artists in Selected Curricula in Elementary Art Education 1989 Cheryl Williams. Art History for Upper Elementary Grades Member of Master s Thesis Supervisory Committees Over twenty-five committees served. 18

19 SERVICE The Profession Leadership Roles President, National Council of Arts Administrators ( ; re-elected ) Board of Directors, National Association of Schools of Art & Design ( ) Board of Directors, International Council of Fine Arts Deans ( ) Education Task Force Chair, International Council of Fine Arts Deans ( ) National Steering Committee, Arts Education Partnership ( ) Editor for Refereed Journals Senior Editor of Studies in Art Education ( ). Co-Editor of Studies in Art Education ( ). Editorial Board Memberships Member of the Editorial Advisory Board ( ). Gender Issues in Art Education. Member of the Editorial Advisory Board ( ). Studies in Art Education. 19

20 Florida State University University Chair, Council of Deans Personnel Committee (2002-present) Committee Member, Council of Deans Fundraising Committee (2002-present) Committee member, Deans and Chairs Education Committee (1998-present) Ex officio Committee Member, Council for Research and Creativity (2002-present) Committee Member, University Strategic Planning Task Force ( ) Committee Member, Task Force on University Reorganization ( ) Committee Member, University Promotion and Tenure Committee ( ) Senate Representative, University Faculty Senate ( ) University Representative for Professorial Excellence Program ( ) Committee Member, University COFRS Awards Review Committee ( ) College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance Committee Member, School of Visual Arts and Dance Promotion and Tenure Committee ( ) Member, School of Visual Arts and Dance Administrative Council ( ) Coordinator, School of Visual Arts and Dance National Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) re-accreditation review ( ) Committee Member, School of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance 25 th Anniversary Celebration Committee ( ) School Representative for Professorial Excellence Program ( ) Committee Chair, School of Visual Arts and Dance Teaching Incentive Program ( ) Service to Purdue University # Purdue University# #Committee member, School of Liberal Arts Teaching Excellence Award Selection Committee ( ) #Committee member, School of Liberal Arts Curriculum Committee ( ) #Committee member, Review Panel for Purdue International Travel Grants ( ) #Committee member, Visual and Performing Arts Head Search Committee ( ) #Committee member, Art and Design Foundations Committee ( ) #Committee member, Stephen Sprague Award Committee ( ) #Chair, Art and Design Metals/Foundations Search Committee ( ) #Senate Representative, Purdue University Senate ( ) #Committee member, University Resources Policy Committee ( ) #Committee member, University Visual Arts Committee (1992) #Committee member, Art and Design Foundations Committee (1992) # Service activities that occurred before employment at FSU. 20

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