Mark Klett

August 1, 2015

Mark Klett, a reagents professor of photography in the School of Art, and his collaborating partner, Byron Wolfe, received a Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant of $30,000 for a collaborative photography project involving Lake Powell and Glen Canyon.

The grant money will help with project completion and eventual publication of a book of photographs. Both Klett and Wolfe are interested in the change of natural landscapes over time. This grant was the largest awarded by the Pollock-Krasner Foundation this year. Download Full Image

Evan Tobias

August 2, 2015

Evan Tobias, assistant professor of music education in the School of Music, recently published a co-authored article with ASU Masters of Music Education alumni Abigail VanKlompenberg and Catherine Reid in "Mountain Lake Reader: Conversations on the Study and Practice of Music Teaching."

The article, entitled "Reflecting on changes in practice: Integrating participatory culture in our classrooms," investigates how music educators have applied principles of digital culture and participatory culture to transform the structure of a music classroom. It also includes these teachers' perspectives on music teaching and learning. This research was a result of the Consortium for Innovation and Transformation in Music Education's (CITME) Contemporary Musicianship initiative. Download Full Image