Vote for TI:ME President Elect


    Your nominations are in. We have two excellent candidates for president elect.

    Please read the information about each candidate, then log into ti-me.org to cast your vote. This will connect you to our ballot in the TI:ME members-only section of our web site. Click Members Only, then Election Voting. Voting ends March 19.

    You should be able to renew membership and reset passwords as needed using the membership system, but please contact executive director Mike Lawson if you have problems that you cannot solve.

    Thank you,

    Floyd Richmond
    TI:ME Past President


    Will Kuhn is the Department Chair and Music Technology instructor at Lebanon High School in Lebanon, Ohio. In 2006, he designed an innovative Music and Media Tech curriculum focused on amateur music production, which as of this writing involves over 350 students annually. His lab-based courses, student projects and innovative Electronic Music Group are regularly featured at regional music education events.  Nationally, he gives clinics and workshops on revitalizing school music programs for the 21st century.  His book, Interactive Composition (with VJ Manzo), has become a widely used text on Ableton production and he serves as an educational advisor for Ableton's education initiative.  He has served as the President of TI:ME Ohio (TI:ME's largest chapter) since 2014.  This group manages the TI:ME regional conference, which is one of the most visible and well attended events TI:ME hosts.  Will is eager to contribute to any opportunity that would help advance the cause of bringing electronic music instruction into more schools.  For more information visit willkuhn.com

    Emmett O'Leary has been an active TI:ME member since 2012 when he began serving as a member of the education committee. For the past two years he has served as chair of the education committee focusing on TI:ME's certification program and technology curricula. Emmett is an assistant professor of music education at the Crane School of Music, SUNY-Potsdam. He teaches throughout the teacher education curriculum with a particular focus on secondary general music, music technology, and instrumental music education. He is a graduate of the University of Idaho (BM Music Education), Washington State University (MA Music), Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis (MS Music Technology), and Arizona State University (PhD Music Education). Emmett held public school teaching positions in Arizona and Idaho, and served as an assistant band director at the University of Notre Dame. He has presented at regional and national conferences on topics related to music technology and technology integration. His research interests include competition in music education, instrumental music pedagogy, phenomenology, technology in music instruction, and creativity.


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