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Kevin Warner

VP of Development

Kevin Warner is a Professor of Dance Studies in the Department of Theatre and Dance where he teaches courses in Dance Pedagogy and World Dance, among others. He served as Department Chair from 2015-2019. Before that, he served as Chair of the Department of Dance (2013-2015) and Director of the Interdisciplinary Arts for Children Program (2008-2013) at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Brockport. While in New York, he also served as the Advocacy Chair of the New York State Dance Education Association, and as a Co-director of the Hunter Institute on Young Children when it was housed at SUNY Brockport. From 2004 - 2008 he was the Program Director of the North Carolina A+ School Program.

Kevin earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Dance from Temple University and has done post-graduate work in Early Childhood, Elementary, and Music Education. In addition to engagement as a director and choreographer of both theatre and dance, he maintains a teaching and scholarship agenda focused on the role of dance in teaching and learning across all disciplines. He has been certified in both Dance (PreK-12) and Childhood Education (1-6) and taught in public schools in New York and North Carolina. Kevin has presented at national and international conferences including the National Association of Schools of Dance; the New York Association for the Education of Young Children; and the National Dance Education Organization.

Kevin Warner
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