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Rolston Publishes Music Promotion Textbook

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Professor of Marketing and Record companies Dr. Clyde Rolston recently co-wrote?a music marketing publication with MTSU’s Amy Macy. The book, “Record Label Advertising and marketing: How Music Firms Brand and Market Performers in the Digital Era” incorporates a chapter on internet promotion written by Ariel Hyatt, a leading consultant and expert about social marketing.

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Robinson Named ‘Women of Influence’

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Director of External Associations and Executive Understanding Network for the Connector C. Massey College of economic Jill Robinson ended up being recently named for a?”Woman of Influence” in the Charitable Leader category with the Nashville Business Log.

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Schreiber Receives Grant, Writes Chapter in Record companies Book

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Lecturer of Music Business Doctor. David Schreiber recently received a $2,500 grant from the?Music and also Entertainment Educators Association (MEIEA) to offset costs associated with the development of his e-book,?Managing Organizations in the Innovative Industries: Organizational Actions for the Cultural Area.?Co-written with?Paul Saintalin coming from Collarts in Melbourne, Australia, the reserve?will be published throughout fall 2017.

Schreiber also published a chapter, “The Control of Disruptive Solutions on radio promotion strategies in the music business: A Case Study one Micro-Firm’s Decision Practice,”?in?Business Innovation and Disruption in the Music business.?The book?was written and published in January 2017.

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Akers Releases Novel, Very first in New Range

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Assistant Professor of Motion Images?Dr. William L. Akers recently released his / her book?Mrs. Ravenbach’s Technique,?the first in the The Escapades of Toby Wilcox series.?The book explains to the story of Toby, a new student in the McKegway School for Smart and Gifted Young children, who gets wedged in the homeroom of Mrs. Ravenback, any tyrant who worships “the order plus the discipline.”

While in school, Candice faces a much bigger obstacle than Mrs. Ravenback–fight back or even be ground to goo inside the gears of Teutonic productivity. In the end, Toby upends Mrs. Ravenbach’verts perfectly ordered arena and risks almost everything to strike the blow for free-thinkers all over the place!

 

Akers is also the author with?Your Screenplay Sucks! A hundred Way to Make it Great?and a WGA Lifetime Associates with three feature films produced from his screenplays. He has written pertaining to studios, independent makers and major television networks.

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Gonzales Published in Us Today

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Alberto Gonzales, dean of Belmont’s Higher education of Law, appeared to be recently published during USA Today. Her article is eligible, “Alberto Gonzales: Give Judge Garland some sort of Vote.”?

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Carter Serves as Guide for Preston Taylor Ministries

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Dr. Tracey Carter, assistant teacher in the College with Law, recently supported as a mentor?for the duration of Preston?Taylor Ministries’s?“Spring Break in the market.”?The program?provides employment shadowing experiences to your youth of Preston Taylor Ministries around their spring break on a yearly basis.

Volunteer mentors spend some hours showing a student their particular workplace, discussing the?day-to-day schedule, introducing learners to new jobs and encouraging students in order to satisfy their goals. Carter talked over her legal career and position in Belmont with her mentee, encouraged her to continue to shine academically and unveiled her to various university, staff and administrators within the College associated with Law during the woman recent campus take a look at.

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Biology Professors Guide Maymester Trip to Costa Rica

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Associate Professor of Chemistry and biology Dr.?John Niedzwiecki together with Professor of Chemistry and biology Dr. Darlene Panvini lately returned from a good 18-day study abroad day at Costa Rica with 17 Belmont students. While traveling,?Niedzwiecki trained tropical biodiversity, whilst Panvini covered?conservation together with sustainability.

The group’s?journey?began at Los angeles Selva Biological station within a lowland tropical rainforest when they saw sloths, an anteater, toucanets and impressive bushes. From there, they stepped to Arenal National Playground to see a volcano together with lake and master?about geothermal plus hydroelectric energy production.? In their 10-day stay at the Institution of Georgia-Costa Rica campus throughout San Luis, the group learned about animals and plants of a highland rainforest, went on a night hike, investigated Monteverde cloud forest, stood a cooking lesson which has a local family, found out how to dance the merengue and visited the chocolate factory.

Other attributes of their time in another country include visits to a sustainable coffee place, a Biodigester and local art work co-op. From there, the group visited?to the beach when they learned about a dry tropical do at Santa Rosa Nationalized Park, observed white-faced capuchin together with howler monkeys and gone snorkeling.

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Students Install Talent in a U-Haul, Showcase Life’azines Transitions

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Belmont students in Assistant Professor of Art Christine Roger’s Photography Only two class showcased their particular “Curatorial Project” art exhibition, centered around transition and activity through space, within a U-Haul on Wednesday. Given that art is becoming thus experiential, Rogers said she supplies her students to be able to curate their work into a logical exhibition to share with the more expensive community.

As students had been broken up into groupings for the assignment, many people took the art many people created throughout the year and identified rising themes. For this team, Rogers said the concept of transition became very obvious and the idea to help showcase the art someplace based around movement was born.

“Students had to discover a space to have their convention and through problem solving, a beautiful solution emerged–to utilize a U-Haul like a site specific place for their installation,” Rogers reported. “Since the show is about transition: movement as a result of spaces, growing up, colorations, the season of spring, change and ideas regarding place, the U-Haul started make even more impression as a space to get a show.”

Despite the importance of learning how to showcase art inside an imaginative, relevant way, Rogers explained the project also allows students to engage utilizing art even further as they quite simply work in teams, employ collaboratively and think smartly. “I want students to understand that art is actually always about creating a conversation and that conversation could be held in a traditional association such as a great national center, a public or an established gallery,” Rogers said. “But it might also exist in a U-Haul, any street corner or perhaps a community center. College students can be part of the talk right now and their visuals and voices will be relevant to the dialog now, not just in some sort of imagined future.”

Sophomore entertainment industry studies important and photography insignificant Madison Monroe is one of the artists who is work was on show. A New Orleans native, Monroe stated she experienced hurricane Katrina on a personal level and planned to illustrate the passage of her your home after disaster arranged. “I watched the once vibrant location turn dark, a photo one does not forget. Following your water had receded, and also the cleanup began, the actual darkness turned into the washed out reminder with the used to be,” Monroe said. “We channeled this in my piece. In write-up production, I offered the photos the light source wash to further indicate the destructive elimination that occurred, to demonstrate ‘The muting of a colourful city.’”

Though the project appeared to be entirely student directed, Monroe said she along with her classmates usually are grateful for the?guidance and mentorship Rogers made available?each student artist. “She gave united states the reins and shared with us to go, so that it is clear that this has been our project, the exhibition that we were ready for?and how very pleased we would be. On account of her, we this.”

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Melby Named to Fresh Entertainment Professionals Aboard of Directors

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Caroline Melby, career development professional, was recently branded as a member of Nashville’s Small Entertainment Professionals (Yes) 2017 Board of Company directors. YEP seeks to nurture professional growth in any entertainment industry.

Melby had been named among a number of other community members including MaryAnn Keen, Nettwerk/Ten Ten Music; Rachel Knight, Knight Agency/Turnipblood Amusement; Katie Roth, Universal Wedding band; Alina Thompson, Country Music Association; Amelia Varni, Higher education Music Publishing Collection; Laura Williams, Smith Wiles and Enterprise and Christina Wiltshire, Latigo Shore Tunes.

 

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Webb Gives Presentation on TED Talks

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Dr. Nathan Webb

Dr. Nathan Webb, assistant professor involving communication studies, recently spoke at the Core States Communication Connections annual conference in Grand Rapids, Michigan. His particular presentation, “Inviting TED to Your Category: How to Use TED Talks to Show Public Speaking Courses,In was part of the “Terrific Ideas for Teaching” segment in the conference.

Great Ideas for Teaching is a competitively chosen forum that allows faculty to “share exceptional instructing activities and assignments to enhance pedagogical approaches in the ever-changing communication discipline.”

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