Fort Hays State University > About FHSU > Academic Divisions > College of Arts and Sciences > Department of Music and Theatre > Tim Crowley
Professor Dean of the Graduate School/Assistant Provost for InternationalizationDMA, University of North Texas, 1995Composition, Theory, Music TechnologyOffice: Picken Hall #302Phone: (785) 628-4236Email: email@example.comTimothy Robert Crowley (b. 1968 Norwich, NY) earned degrees from Bradley University (B.M. 1990) and the University of North Texas (M.M. 1993 and D.M.A. 1995). Dr. Crowley served as Visiting Assistant Professor of Music Technology at Texas A & M University in College Station, TX, from 1995-1996, Assistant Professor of Music Theory/Composition at Cameron University in Lawton, OK, from 1996-2000, and Fort Hays State University in Hays, KS from 2000-present where he is currently a Professor of Music Theory and Composition. From 1998-2005, he served as a music department chair at Cameron University and Fort Hays State University, respectively. He serves as a visiting evaluator for the National Association of Schools of Music.Dr. Crowley received a mini-Fellowship from the Kansas Arts Commission in music composition in 2002 and has received a standard award from the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers annually since 1995. He is a writer and publisher member of ASCAP. His music is published by JOMAR Press and BOK Press. His composition teachers include Larry Austin, Cindy McTee, Thomas Clark, and Greg Sanders. Teaching Links:FHSU Music Technology & FHSU Composition Program PagesPublisher Contact Information: BOK Press (free .pdf music downloads of scores for performers & ensembles!)1108 AmhurstHays, KS 67601JOMAR Press1002 Wisteria TrailAustin, TX 78753Other Links of Interest:Chicago CubsUniversity of Nebraska Huskers FootballThis Little Light of Mine - FUMC Choir
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