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Kevin S. Warner is a Visiting Associate Professor of Dance and Director of the Interdisciplinary Arts for Children Program at The State University of New York, College at Brockport. He earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Dance from Temple University, has done post-graduate work in Early Childhood, Elementary and Music Education, and earned a BA in Print Journalism from Pennsylvania State University. Kevin’s work focuses on the role of dance in teaching and learning across all subject areas. He consults and presents nationally in areas including arts integration and the arts as whole-school reform.
Formerly, Kevin was the Program Director of North Carolina’s A+ Schools Program where he led the development and implementation of A+’s nationally recognized teacher professional development model, Teaching Artist Training model, and multiple other projects and initiatives. He is certified in elementary education (1-6) and dance (K-12) and has taught both third grade and dance in public schools in North Carolina and New York. As a dancer and actor, Kevin has performed with dance and theatre companies throughout the Eastern United States, and on film and television.
Graduate Student Story - I am Where I Have To Be - Marielys Burgos-Melendez
Graduate Student Story - Janet's Brockport Experience
Undergraduate Student Profile - Michelle Glynn
Dance Faculty and Graduate Students Present at National Conference
Brockport dancers steal the show at American College Dance Festival
David Dorfman Dance
Strasser Studio/Hartwell Hall