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Thursday, March 6 • 4:30pm - 5:20pm
The MFA Artist as Teacher: The Initial Plunge

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A panel discussion of challenges that face the teaching MFA artist, particularly those teaching for the first time in higher education.



Cornerstone University
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Amy Dunlap

Associate Dean of the School of the Arts; Chair of Theatre Department, North Greenville University
Amy Dunlap, Assistant Professor, is the Associate Dean of the School of the Arts and Chair of the Theatre Department at North Greenville University in South Carolina. She earned a BFA in Drama with a Directing concentration from Carnegie Mellon University and an MFA in Acting from... Read More →

Kaja Dunn

California State University San Marcos
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Andrew Geffken

Assistant Professor, Liberty University
Andy Geffken is an Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts at Liberty University. After receiving his MFA in Acting at Regent University he helped start the Americana Theatre Company in Plymouth, Massachusetts. He is a member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society. Beyond acting... Read More →
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Scott Hayes

Dean and Professor, School of Visual & Performing Arts, Liberty University
Scott Hayes is the dean and professor of theatre arts for the School of Visual & Performing Arts at Liberty University. He maintains his professional work as a director, actor, and playwright. He is a member of SAG/AFTRA and AEA. His short play WITHOUT EXCUSE is published by CHRISTIANITY... Read More →
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Marji Peters

Visiting Professor of Theatre, Regent University
Marji Peters is the Visiting Professor of Theatre in Regent University'’s College of Arts & Sciences. She was offered the position shortly after graduating from Regent'’s MFA in Acting program (May 2013). Before earning her terminal degree, Ms. Peters completed a BA in Interpreta... Read More →

Michael Salsbury

Southeastern University

Thursday March 6, 2014 4:30pm - 5:20pm
BH Bienville Square

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