- "Rethinking Traditional Piano Teaching Practices," College Music Society, Mid-Atlantic Chapter Conference, West Virginia University, March 19, 2005.
- "The relationship between beat competency and reading abilities of third- and fifth-grade students," Ph.D. Dissertation, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Spring 2003. Currently being considered for review by the Council of Research in Music Education.
Stephen C. Etters
- "How Tri-M Can Help Your Band and Choral Programs," Rowan Band and Choral Directors Workshop, Catawba College, March, 2005.
- "Preparing for Your First Band Rehearsal of the School Year," Lecture-Demonstration and Sight-reading Session, NC Collegiate MENC Winter Conference, January, 2004.
- "The State of Music Education: How Do We Move Forward from Here?" Address to newly inducted Tri-M Chapter Members, Salisbury High School, October, 2003.
- "Teacher Recruitment: Stories of Success and Failure From a Small Private College," with Dr. Jim Stringfield, and Prof. Charlesetta Dawson, North Carolina Teacher Education Forum Raleigh, NC, September, 2002.
- Faculty Advisor for Jennie Brooks, "Afro-Cuban Rhythm Use in 20 th-Century Jazz Music," Catawba College Symposium for Undergraduate Research, April, 2002.
- "The Effects of the English Folk Song Society on Contemporary Wind Ensemble Literature: Selected Works by Ralph Vaughan Williams, Gustav Holst, and Percy Grainger," with Ms. Alicia Martin, paper presentation with performance by the Wingate University Wind Ensemble, November, 2000.
David L. Fish
- Music Technology: A Practical Introduction for All Musicians . Book project currently under development for McGraw-Hill Higher Education.
- "Creating a Musically Inclusive Curriculum that Embraces Contemporary Popular Music," College Music Society, Mid-Atlantic Chapter Conference, West Virginia University, March 19, 2005.
- "The Law and You: the Essentials of Music Copyright for Professional Teachers," National Federation of Music Clubs Fall Session, Wilmington, North Carolina, August 15, 2004.
- The Great Lacuna: Rationale for the Teaching of Contemporary Popular Music," College Music Society, San Francisco, November 6, 2004.
- "From Symbols to Cymbals: The Edofication and Modernization of Kotobuki Jishi," Association for Asian Studies, San Diego, March 11, 2000.
Jo Renee McCachren
- "Beethoven, Symphony No. 3: Eroica," Encyclopedia of the Romantic Era, 1760-1850, Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 2004.
- "Beethoven, Ludwig: Chamber Music," "Keyboard Music: General," "Form: Sonata Form" and "Theory and Theorists: 19th century," Reader's Guide to Music: History, Theory, Criticism, ed. Murray Steib. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 1999.
- "Strategies for Musical Inclusiveness in the Early Music History Survey," College Music Society National Conference, San Antonio, September 14, 2006.
- "Structural Cadences and Beethoven’s Unusual Sonata Form Movements," CMS International Conference, University of Limerick, Ireland, July 7, 2001.
- "Roots and Wings," ARIA (Academic and Recording Industry Alliances), College Music Society Professional Development Institute, University of Miami, July 9, 2000.
- "Evasion of Closure in Beethoven’s Late Style," Music Theory Southeast, March 10, 2000, University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
- Salisbury Symphony Orchestra
Katharine W. Osborne Endowed Chair, Keyboard, 1986-present
- Piccolo Spoleto, Accompanist for St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Choir, Charleston, South Carolina, June 2000 and 2001.
- Beethoven, Triple Concerto, op. 56, III. Salisbury Symphony, January 19, 1997, Salisbury, North Carolina.