Christina is an Associate Professor of Acting & Stage Combat in the School of Music, Theatre & Dance at the University of Michigan. Prior to that, she was an Associate Professor of Acting & Movement in the Department of Theatre at Michigan State University for 11 years (serving for 5 years as the Graduate Acting Program Director), teaching a variety of subjects including Classical Acting, Stage Combat, Movement, and Voice. During that appointment she twice received formal recognition from the Department of Resident Life as a faculty member who inspires students to learn, as well as a nomination for the Fintz Award for Teaching Excellence for tenure-system faculty who, in keeping with the goals of integrative studies, seek to make students familiar with different ways of knowing and artistic expression and to assist them in developing critical thinking and effective communication skills.
Check out some photos of Christina's teaching in action below!
Click below to see a promotional video that featured Christina while she was the Graduate Acting Program Director during her previous 11 year tenure at Michigan State University!
While on faculty at Michigan State University, the College of Arts & Letters spotlighted Christina on their website.
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