Jeffrey Cox

Jeffrey Cox

Cox received a B.M., M.M. from Eastman and a M.M.A., D.M.A. from Yale—all in violin performance. Principle instructors: Doris Preucil, Millard Taylor, Broadus Erle and Syoko Aki. Member first Graduate Quartet in Residence at both Eastman and Yale. Faculty member at Central Washington University, Texas Christian University and Professor and Chair at the University of New Orleans and the University of Massachussets/Amherst. Founder of Washington State Suzuki Festival, Co-Director of the TCU Suzuki Institute. Teacher Trainer (ret.) and former President/Chair of the SAA. Received award for “Outstanding SAA Leadership” from the SAA. Selected as a Fellow for the Kellogg Leadership Program which included educational travel to Costa Rica, Guatemala, Israel, Egypt, Spain, The Netherlands, Poland, Hungary, The Czech Republic and India. He also worked as a consultant/trainer for several LGBTQ organizations in New Orleans.

Introducing Dr James Garbarino

March 5, 2008 by Jeffrey Cox

Dr. James Garbarino, Director of the Center for the Human Rights of Children at Loyola University in Chicago, brings a history of concern for children to the SAA Honorary Board. As Director of the Center and holder of the Maude C.… Read more ▶

Introducing Dr Roger Sublett

December 31, 2007 by Jeffrey Cox

It is a pleasure to introduce Honorary Board Member, Roger H. Sublett, Ph.D., fifth President of Union Institute & University, the first university without walls, created in 1964. The Institute, originating from a ten university consortium, now has over 18,000… Read more ▶

Report of the Teacher Development Study Group

Report of the Teacher Development Study Group

Presidents Message

President’s Message

Presidents Message

President’s Message

Presidents Message

President’s Message

Presidents Message

President’s Message

Welcome to Your Suzuki Institute

Welcome to Your Suzuki Institute

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