Robert J. Werner
Robert J. Werner is Dean Emeritus of the College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati, having served as Dean of the institution from 1985 to 2000. He served as Director of the School of Music of the University of Arizona 1973-1985, Director of the Contemporary Music Project from 1968 to 1973, and as Associate Professor of Music at SUNY-Binghamton from 1966 to 1969. He has served as President of the International Society for Music Education (1984-1986), the National Association of Schools of Music (1989-1991), and The College Music Society (1977-1978). He is author of numerous textbooks, scholarly publications, and articles; has served as a conductor, clinician, and speaker at numerous state, national, and international conferences; and has served as a consultant and accreditation reviewer for over 100 institutions in the United States and internationally.
A Review of the 1963 Yale Seminar
The College Music Society: A Distinguished History, A Challenging Future
Wingspread's Continuing Challenge for Faculty and Administrators
A Time to Review Standards
A Shared Commitment: CMS and ISME
A Commentary on the Education of Composers
Who Speaks for Music in Higher Education?
Mentor to a Profession: A Tribute to Robert M. Trotter
Graduate Education of the Musician-Teacher