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Bruce Kelley

Bruce Kelley
Associate Professor
Music, College of Fine Arts
UMT McKusick Technology Center/Continuing Education MT113
Phone: 605-677-6246
Bio:
I am Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, and a Professor of Music.
Teaching Interests:
Music Theory, American Music, Music Composition
Research Interests:
Music Theory Pedagogy, Fink's Theories of Course Design and Significant Learning, Change Management
Education:
  • Certificate, Management Development Program, Harvard Graduate School of Education, 2012
  • Ph D, Music Theory, The Ohio State University, 1997
  • MA, Music Theory, The Ohio State University, 1991
  • Bachelor of Music, Trombone Performance, Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1989
Grants:
  • Veterans Services Higher Education Grant, South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs, (2013 - 2014)
  • Fides: The Student Veterans with Disabilities Quality Education Initiative, Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE)-United States Department of Education, (2010 - 2013)
  • Technology Oversight Committee Grant, Shepherd University, (2005 - 2005)
  • Technology Oversight Committee Grant, Shepherd University, (2005 - 2005)
  • West Virginia Humanities Council Mini-Grant, West Virginia Humanities Council, (2001 - 2001)
Publications:
  • Kelley, B., Haggar, F., Chen, W., Collaborations Among Diverse Support Areas for Hybrid Success, Jossey-Bass, vol. 125.
  • Kelley, B., (2014), IDEA Data for Assessment of Non-Academic Programs, IDEA Coffee Talk Webinar Series.
  • Kelley, B., (2014), Measuring for Success: Outcomes-Based Assessment for Faculty Development Centers, Magna Publications.
  • Kelley, B., (2014), Outcomes-Based Assessment for Faculty Development Centers, Magna Publications.
  • Kelley, B., (2014), Strategies for Measuring and Communicating the Value of Your Faculty Development Centers, Faculty Focus Online Journal.
  • Kelley, B., (2013), Assessing Faculty Development Programs: Outcome-Based Evaluation, Journal on Centers for Teaching and Learning, vol. 5.
  • Kelley, B., Chen, W., Haggar, F., (2013), Evaluation of Faculty Development Practices, Global Chinese Conference on Computers in Education.
  • Kelley, B., Fox, E., Smith, J., (2013), Preparing Your Campus for Veterans' Success: An Integrated Approach to Facilitating The Transition and Persistence of our Military Students, Stylus Publishing.
  • Kelley, B., (2012), Best Practices in Teaching Student Veterans, Magna Publications.
  • Kelley, B., (2012), Designing Courses to Enhance Student Veterans’ Success, Magna Publications.
  • Kelley, B., (2012), Teaching Student Veterans in the Classroom, Magna Publications.
  • Kelley, B., Miner, S., Haggar, F., (2012), Technogogy and Faculty Development, Academic Exchange Quarterly, vol. 16, iss. 1.
  • Kelley, B., Smith, J., Wittenhagen, L., (2011), 40% of Two Million: Preparing to Serve Our Veterans with Disabilities, To Improve the Academy.
  • Lushbough, C., Kelley, B., (2010), : Experimental Learning and Student Attitudes, Academic Exchange Quarterly , vol. 14, iss. 1, pp. 170-174.
  • Kelley, B., Lushbough, C., Asaithambi, A., (2008), Measuring Student Self-Confidence, New Forums Press.
  • Kelley, B., (2008), Significant Learning, Significant Advising, NACADA Journal, vol. 28, iss. 1.
  • Kelley, B., Snell, M., (2004), Bugle Resounding: Essays on Music and Musicians of the Civil War Era, University of Missouri Press.
  • Kelley, B., Snell, M., (2004), Old Times There Are Not Forgotten: An Overview of Music of the Civil War Era, University of Missouri Press.
  • Kelley, B., (2000), Part Writing, Prose Writing: An Investigation of Writing-to-Learn in the Music Theory Classroom, Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy, vol. 13.
Awards and Honors:
  • State of Support for the Guard and Reserve designation, United States Department of Defense, 2012
  • South Dakota National Guard Certificate of Appreciation, South Dakota National Guard, 2011
  • Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Faternity's Orpheus Award, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, 2007
  • Graduate Outstanding Achievement Award, Division of Music Theory, The Ohio State University School of Music, 1997
  • Outstanding Teaching Associate Award (Division of Music Theory), The Ohio State University School of Music, 1996
  • PEW Foundation Fellow, PEW Foundation, 1993
  • The PEW Teaching Leadership Award, University of Illinois, 1993
  • The Ohio State University Fellowship, The Ohio State University, 1989
Presentations:
  • Kelley, B., Cruz, L., Fire, N. (2014). Moving Toward the Center: An Overview of Data on Integrated Centers for Teaching and Learning. Presented at the POD National Conference, Dallas, TX.
  • Kelley, B. (2014). Panel Discussion on Understanding Student Veterans. Presented at the South Dakota Coalition for Military Families 2nd Annual Symposium, Sioux Falls, SD.
  • Kelley, B., Chen, W., Haggar, F. (2013). Evaluation of Faculty Development Practices. Presented at the Global Chinese Conference on Computers in Education, Beijing, China.
  • Kelley, B., Dean, J., Smith, J. (2013). Preparing Your Campus for Veterans’ Success: Best Practices in Advising Student Veterans. Presented at the NACADA Region 6 Annual Conference, Sioux Falls, SD.
  • Gannon, M., Tracy, D., Goodman, B., Kelley, B., Johnson, S. (2013, October). Successful Research and Publishing in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Presented at the CTL Workshop Series, McKusick 110, USD-Vermillion.
  • Kelley, B., Linse, A., Gray, T. (2012). Getting the Most Out of Your Budget: Financing 101 for Faculty Developers.. Presented at the POD National Conference, Seattle, WA.
  • Kelley, B., Haggar, F. (2012). Technogogy-Centered Course Design. Presented at the POD National Conference, Seattle, WA.
  • Kelley, B., Fox, E., Smith, J. (2012). Developing the Academic Promise for our Student Veterans. Presented at the South Dakota College Personnel Association State Conference, Sioux Falls, SD.
  • Kelley, B., Moen, M., Tuve, S., Freidel, K., Rozum, M., Struckman-Johnson, C. (2012). Women students and the lifecycle of higher education: recruiting, educating, and connecting women to their alma mater. Presented at the Women and Gender Research Conference, Vermillion, SD.
  • Kelley, B., Flores, J., Svien, L., Swanson, D. (2012, October). Becoming a Fulbright Scholar. Presented at the The strategies and Success:, USD.
  • Kelley, B., Fox, E., Smith, J. (2011). Fides: Transforming College Access for Student Veterans with Disabilities. Presented at the International Institute for SoTL Scholars and Mentors, Omaha, NE.
  • Kelley, B., Smith, J., Wittenhagen, L. (2010). Serving Our Veterans With Disabilities: Faculty Development and Best Practices. Presented at the POD National Conference, St. Louis, MO.
  • Kelley, B., Earnest, B. (2009). Inspiration and Intellect. Presented at the The Collaboration Conference: The Learning Educator—Fostering our Own Development for Better Practice and Results, Bloomington, MN.
  • Kelley, B. (2008). Scholarship of Teaching. Presented at the Great Plains Conference on the Teaching of Psychology, Vermillion, SD.
  • Kelley, B. (2008). Success By Design: An Integrated Approach to Organizational Structure. Presented at the POD National Conference, Reno, NV.
  • Kelley, B. (2007). Dee-Mystifying Music Theory: A Note-Worthy Application of Dee Fink’s Theories of Integrated Course Design. Presented at the National Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching, Miami, OH.
  • Gapp, S., Kelley, B. (2007, March). Read the Write Thing. Presented at the Excellence in Teaching Workshops, Vermillion, SD.
  • Kelley, B. (2006). Constructing 'Musical Horse Sense': Applying Fink's Paradigm for Significant Learning to Music Theory Instruction. Presented at the Music Theory Society Mid-Atlantic Annual Meeting, Princeton, NJ.
  • Kelley, B. (2005). New Paradigms for Multiple Dimensions of Learning in Music: Applying Fink’s theories of learning to the music curriculum. Presented at the College Music Society Mid-Atlantic Chapter Meeting, Morgantown, WV.
  • Kelley, B. (2004). Creating Significant Learning Experiences in Music Theory. Presented at the Focus on Student Learning Speaker Series, Shepherdstown, WV.
  • Kelley, B., Austin, M., Conley, R. (2004). New Paradigms of Significant Learning from Biology to Music Theory: Applying L. Dee Fink’s taxonomy of significant learning across the curriculum.. Presented at the National Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching, Miami, OH.
  • Kelley, B. (2003). Striving for Excellence in Teaching: Strategies in Writing to Learn. Presented at the Focus on Student Learning Speaker Series, Shepherdstown, WV.
  • Kelley, B. (2002). Assessment’s Role in Improving Student Learning: Three Departmental case studies. Presented at the American Association of Colleges and Universities Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C..
  • Kelley, B., Snell, M., Renninger, L. (2001). Music Inspired by the Battle of Gettysburg. Presented at the National Conference on Music of the Civil War Era, Shepherdstown, WV.
  • Kelley, B. (2000). Writing to Learn Across the Disciplines: Strategies for in-class writing. Presented at the Lilly –Atlantic Conference on College & University Teaching, Towson, MD.
  • Kelley, B. (1999). Music Theory Pedagogy: Product and Process. Presented at the College Music Society Mid-Atlantic Chapter Meeting, Sweet Briar, VA.
  • Kelley, B. (1998). Music and the Mind: A synthesis of the pedagogical theories of writing-to-learn and the musical cognition theories of Mary Louise Serafine. Presented at the Music Theory Society Midwest Annual meeting, Louisville, KY.
  • Kelley, B. (1994). Doing the Write Thing: Using Writing Assignments for Learning. Presented at the TA’s Teaching How to Teach , Columbus, OH.
  • Kelley, B. (1993). Writing Across the Disciplines: TA Teaching Strategies. Presented at the National Conference on the Training and Employment of Graduate Teaching Assistants, Chicago, IL.