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Adam J. Kruse

School of Music Phone

University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign

1114 W. Nevada St. Email

Urbana, IL 61801 akruse@illinois.edu

CURRICULUM VITAE

EDUCATION

Doctor of Philosophy in Music Education 2014 Michigan State University – College of Music East Lansing, Michigan Cognate: Ethnomusicology Dissertation Advisor: Dr. Mitchell Robinson Dissertation Title: “They Wasn’t Makin’ My Kinda Music”: Hip-Hop, Schooling, and Music Education Master of Arts in Secondary Education 2011 Ball State University – Teachers College Muncie, Indiana Bachelor of Science in Instrumental and General Music Education 2004 Ball State University – College of Fine Arts Muncie, Indiana

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN

Urbana, Illinois 2014 – present Assistant Professor of Music Education School of Music

Courses Taught:

Orientation to Music Teaching and Learning Advanced Technology in Music Education Adam J. Kruse – 1

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY

East Lansing, Michigan 2011 – 2014 Graduate Teaching Assistant College of Music and College of Education

Courses Taught:

Introduction to Music Education

Courses Assisted:

Introduction to Music Education Teaching Instrumental Music Teaching Secondary Classroom Music

Additional Responsibilities:

Supervisor for music education student teachers Attend weekly seminar for music education student teachers Coordinate program for MayDay Group Colloquium 24 with John Kratus Coordinate program for New Directions in Music Education Conferences with John Kratus Assistant for New Directions Journal with Mitchell Robinson, editor

SHELBYVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL

Shelbyville, Indiana 2008 – 2011 Instrumental Music and Music Technology Teacher

Courses Taught:

6th Grade Beginning Band 7th Grade Band 8th Grade Band 7th Grade Music Technology 8th Grade Music Technology

Additional Responsibilities:

High School Marching Band Assistant Independent Study Supervision Middle School Jazz Band Middle School Madrigal Ensemble Middle School Pep Band

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Courses Taught:

6th Grade Band 7th Grade Band 8th Grade Band High School Band High School Music Appreciation

Additional Responsibilities:

Cadet Teaching Supervisor High School Jazz Band High School Marching Band High School Pep Band High School Pit Orchestra Independent Study Supervisor Middle School Pep Band

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Courses Taught:

4th Grade General Music 5th Grade General Music

Additional Responsibilities:

5th Grade Beginning Band Chair of Area Technology Committee Cadet Teaching Supervisor High School Drama Club Assistant High School Marching Band Assistant Independent Study Supervisor Intermediate School Chorale

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ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN RESEARCH JOURNALS [REFEREED]

Kruse, A. J., Giebelhausen, R., Shouldice, H., & Ramsey, A. L. (in press). Male and female photographic representation in fifty years of Music Educators Journal. Journal of Research in Music Education.

Kruse, A. J. (2014). Preservice music teachers’ experiences with and attitudes toward musical

genres. Journal of Music Teacher Education. Advance online publication. doi:

10.1177/1057083714530721 Kruse, A. J. (2013). “I always had my instrument”: The story of Gabriella Ramires. Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, 195, 25–40.

ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS [REFEREED]

Kruse, A. J. (in press). Toward hip-hop pedagogies for music education. International Journal of Music Education.

ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS [INVITED]

Kruse, A. J. (2014). Who counts. New Directions: A Journal of Scholarship, Creativity, and Leadership in Music Education, 1(1).

Kruse, A. J. (2012). Examining the music teacher’s role in classroom culture. Michigan Music Educator, 50(1), 20–21.

PRESENTATIONS

PRESENTATIONS FOR NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS [REFEREED]

Shevock, D. J., Palkki, J., Hess, J., & Kruse, A. J. (2014, April 11). Fighting institutional marginalization in music education. Presentation at the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) Music Research and Teacher Education Conference, St. Louis, Missouri.

Taggart, C. C., Vasil, M., Kruse, A. J., & Miranda, M. (2014, April 11). Quagmires and quandaries II: The author’s perspective. Presentation at the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) Music Research and Teacher Education Conference, St.

Louis, Missouri.

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Kruse, A. J. (2013, September 27). “Black teacher baggage”: Black music education majors at a predominantly White institution. Presentation at the Symposium on Music Teacher Education, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, North Carolina.





Kruse, A. J. (2013, February 23). “I always had my instrument”: The story of Gabriella Ramires. Presentation at the Desert Skies Symposium on Research in Music Education, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Kruse, A. J., Giebelhausen, R., Shouldice, H., & Ramsey, A. L. (2013, February 7). Male and female photographic representation in fifty years of Music Educators Journal.

Presentation at the Suncoast Music Education Research Symposium IX, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.

Kruse, A. J. (2012, June 22). “Don’t believe the hype”: A vernacular musician-informed model for music education. Presentation at the MayDay Group Colloquium 24, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

PRESENTATIONS FOR LOCAL AND STATE ORGANIZATIONS

Kruse, A. J. (2015, January 23 – accepted presentation). “It’s only rock & roll, but I like it”: An elementary school rock band project. Presentation at the Michigan Music Conference, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Kruse, A. J., & Wilson, J. A. (2014, January 18). He’s the DJ, I’m the teacher: A demonstration of hip-hop beat production. Presentation at the Michigan Music Conference, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Kruse, A. J. (2013, January 19). Rock operas and band projects: Vernacular musicianship in a general music class. Presentation at the Indiana Music Educators Association Conference, Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Kruse, A. J., & Gonzales, M. (2013, January 17). A Chicana student musician’s resilience to academic and social barriers. Presentation at the Michigan Music Conference Research Symposium, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Kruse, A. J., Snuffin, M. W., & Wagoner, R. G. (2011, June 30). Sharing best ideas: Recruiting and retention. Presentation at the Total Teacher Workshop for Early Band, Noblesville, Indiana.

Kruse, A. J. (2009, June 11). Rock bands as an ensemble. Presentation at the Kansas State University Pop Music in Education Symposium, Manhattan, Kansas.

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Kruse, A. J. (2014, January 17). Preservice Music Teachers’ Experiences With and Attitudes Toward Musical Genres. Poster presentation at the Michigan Music Conference, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Kruse, A. J. (2013, October 17). Preservice Music Teachers’ Experiences With and Attitudes Toward Musical Genres. Poster presentation at the Committee on Institutional Cooperation, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Kruse, A. J. (2013, February 7). Experiences of a Chicana student musician. Poster presentation at the Suncoast Music Education Research Symposium IX, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.

Kruse, A. J. (2013, January 18). A Chicana student musician’s resilience to academic and social barriers. Poster presentation at the Michigan Music Conference, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Kruse, A. J., Giebelhausen, R., Shouldice, H., & Ramsey, A. L. (2012, October 18). Male and female photographic representation in fifty years of Music Educators Journal. Poster presentation at the Committee on Institutional Cooperation, University of Illinois, Champaign/Urbana, Illinois.

GUEST LECTURES & INVITED PRESENTATIONS

Guest speaker: Research in music education: A demonstration from the margins (2014, June 30) MUS 864: Research in Music Education Michigan State University – East Lansing, Michigan Invited presenter (with Joshua Wilson): Schooling hip-hop: A lecture, discussion, and demonstration on hip-hop in the music classroom (2014, April 16) Collegiate NAfME Chapter Meeting Eastern Michigan University – Ypsilanti, Michigan Guest speaker (with Joshua Wilson): Schooling hip-hop: A lecture, discussion, and demonstration on hip-hop in the music classroom (2014, April 16) MUS 177: Introduction to Music Education Michigan State University – East Lansing, Michigan

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Guest speaker: Teaching student-centered large ensembles (2013, October 30) MUS M236: Introduction to Music Education Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne – Fort Wayne, Indiana Guest speaker: Music education exclusivity: Hip-hop musicians’ perceptions of school music (2012, November 28) MUS 177: Introduction to Music Education Michigan State University – East Lansing, Michigan Guest speaker: Teaching music through performance in rock bands (2012, September 18) MUS 469: Teaching Secondary Classroom Music Michigan State University – East Lansing, Michigan Guest speaker: Vernacular musicianship in the music classroom (2012, April 11) MUS 177: Introduction to Music Education Michigan State University – East Lansing, Michigan Guest speaker: Teaching instrumental music (2011, September 21) MUS 177: Introduction to Music Education Michigan State University – East Lansing, Michigan

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Editorial Board (2013–present) New Directions: A Journal of Scholarship, Creativity and Leadership in Music Education Editorial Board – Band Column Editor (2013–2014) Michigan Music Educator – Michigan Music Education Association Journal Member of Search and Interview Committees (2008, 2011) Shelbyville Central School Corporation – Shelbyville, Indiana Chair of Area Technology Committee (2005–2007) Batesville Intermediate School – Batesville, Indiana

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Dissertation Completion Fellowship (2014) College of Music – Michigan State University Excellence in Diversity Award (2014) Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives – Michigan State University Graduate Assistantship (2012–2014) College of Education – Michigan State University Graduate Assistantship (2011–2012) College of Music – Michigan State University Research Enhancement Award (2012) College of Music – Michigan State University Research Enhancement Award (2012) Graduate School – Michigan State University Presidential Scholarship (2000–2004) Honors College – Ball State University School of Music Scholarship (2000–2004) School of Music – Ball State University

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

American Educational Research Association (AERA) College Music Society (CMS) International Society for Music Education (ISME) The MayDay Group (MDG) Michigan Music Educators Association (MMEA) National Association for Music Education (NAfME) Society for Music Teacher Education (SMTE) Technology Institute for Music Educators (TI:ME)

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Dr. Michael Largey Dr. Cynthia Taggart Professor of Musicology Professor of Music Education Michigan State University Michigan State University 313 Music Practice Building 209 Music Practice Building East Lansing, MI 48824 East Lansing, MI 48824 (517) 353-9013 (517) 432-9678 largey@msu.edu taggartc@msu.edu Dr. Mitchell Robinson Dr. Robert Woody Associate Professor and Professor of Music Education Chair of Music Education Glenn Korff School of Music Michigan State University University of Nebraska – Lincoln 208 Music Practice Building 354 Westbrook Music Building East Lansing, MI 48824 Lincoln, NE 68588 (517) 355-7555 (402) 472-6231 mrob@msu.edu rwoody2@unl.edu Dr. John Scheib Director, School of Music University of Kentucky 105 Fine Arts Building Lexington, KY 40506 (859) 257-4900



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