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Richard Anderson

Richard Paul Anderson received his bachelor's degree in music education from Arizona State University. He then received a master's degree in piano performance from Northwestern University and his doctorate degree in performance, pedagogy and research from the University of Colorado.

Anderson has been teaching in the Brigham Young University School of Music for over 35 years and, as of September 2012, he advanced to a full professor. As a faculty member, he teaches private lessons as well as courses related to piano pedagogy, music theory and composition.

After many years of dedicated instruction, Anderson plans to retire at the end of spring term 2016.

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Casey Treu

Casey Treu graduated from Brigham Young University in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in theatre and media arts.

Casey has won more than thirty awards (nineteen for first place) in several dance competitions beginning in 2004 to the present including the US National Amateur Dancesport Championships, BYU’s Dancesport Championships, and the US National Formation Dancesport Championships.

On March 26, 2014 Casey married fellow dancer Kayci Kirkham. In 2016, Casey and Kayci traveled to Blackpool, England with the BYU Ballroom Dance company to compete in the British Dance Festival in the Winter Gardens and placed first in both the Latin Formation and the Standard Formation Championships.

The Treus will continue to dance professionally together while Casey provides extra support using his film editing skills developed within his schooling at BYU.

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Elaine Englehardt

Elaine Eliason Englehardt graduated from Brigham Young University in 1974 with a bachelor's degree in communications and a master's degree in communications in 1984. Englehardt has been a professor of ethics and philosophy at the Utah Valley University since 1976.

Englehardt is responsible for the creation of seven multi-year, national grants. Four are large grants in the Ethics Across the Curriculum from the Department of Educations' FIPSE; and three are in interdisciplinary Ethics from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Because of her first NEH grant funding the origin of the Ethics and Values core interdisciplinary course at UVU, she has deemed the title of founder of the Ethics Across the Curriculum movement. Englehardt was awarded the Theodore M. Hesburgh Award as a tribute to the program. After the Enron scam of 2001, Englehardt's movement blossomed into a national phenomenon and quadrupled attendance of her conferences including visitors around the world.

Englehardt is the author of more than eight books and co-editor of the journal Teaching Ethics. She has written numerous peer reviewed articles. She has served in various administrative positions at UVU including Vice President, Dean and Director. She has served on Utah’s Judicial Conduct Commission for 8 years, Utah Humanities Council for 7 years and the Utah County Planning and Zoning Commission for 10 years. Her PhD is from the University of Utah. For 20 years Dr. Englhardt taught the Chanel 9 distance education television course "Ethics and Values" produced by UVU as well as numerous videos on a variety of topics in ethics. She has written and presented number papers and directed numerous grants.

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1. To create a record of the organizational roots of the College of Fine Arts and Communications at Brigham Young University and its departments, places, significant events, professors, students, alumni, friends, and benefactors – and how they have contributed over time toward fulfilling the mission of Brigham Young University.

2. To provide a forum in which college alumni can record their contributions and performances; their experiences with teaching and learning; the ways in which they were mentored and influenced as students in this college, and how they are using their acquired skills to further their careers.

3. To recognize all who have been associated with the college who have made significant, national and international contributions to their fields.

4. To allow those who have been associated with the college over the years to be co-authors and collaborators in writing the college history.

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