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Steve H. Roberson

Dr. Roberson was appointed as UNCG's first Dean of Undergraduate Studies. Prior to UNCG, Roberson was the Associate Dean of the Jordan College of Fine Arts and Professor of Music at Butler University. Roberson had been with Butler University since 1985, accepting the Associate Dean position in 1995 and serving two summer terms as the interim dean. While there he also led the successful reform of Butler's core curriculum and played a key role in the college's student advising and retention efforts. He holds a Ph.D. in Piano Pedagogy from the University of Oklahoma.

There are 8 included publications by Steve H. Roberson :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
CAUTION! Stress can be Harmful to Your Health 1986 208 M. D. Magazine and The New York Times have reported that musicians live to an average age of only fifty-four years! Compared to the three score and ten enjoyed by everyone else, those fifty-four years are painfully brief. A host of theories have been...
An Interview with Celia Mae Bryant 1987 232 Celia Mae Bryant has had a distinguished association with MTNA. From 1965 to 1969 she served two terms as National Vice President of States and Divisions, and from 1969 to 1973 she became the first woman to assume the Presidency of MTNA since its fou...
Lili Kraus: The First Lady Of The Piano 1989 643 Until her death in 1986, Lili Kraus was one of the greatest pianists and teachers of the twentieth century. She was widely regarded as the foremost living interpreter of the piano music of Haydn, Schubert, and especially Mozart, the composer with who...
Motivating Groups 1992 335 The ways and means of motivation are complex, laced with misconception and often based on subjective claims predicated on thin air. Yet the ability to motivate is arguably one of the most essential skills in any teacher's arsenal of critical pedagogi...
The Ten Commandments For Learning New Repertoire 1989 340 When a pianist begins to study a new piece, there are several rules and guidelines that can help make the process more successful and fun. These "Ten Commandments" are equally useful and valid for students at any age and level.
Ten Habits of Highly Successful Piano Teachers 1993 403 One of the best ways to learn how to teach is to observe very successful teachers. Yet, in piano pedagogy, we rarely—if ever—have the opportunity to look over the shoulders of the premiere precollege teachers. While there are plenty of public master...
Tradition and change 1994 289 A break in music education tradition is suggested: Restrict the bachelor's degree in performance to only the most talented young musicians. To regulate itself, precollege music teachers must offer urgent and compelling advice to young people consider...
The Whole Truth about Piano Study 1987 224 For many piano teachers and students, success is measured by a purely technical (and sometimes musical) yardstick. Piano lessons are judged worthwhile if students become better performers; conversely, a lag in performance skills is usually interprete...