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Berklee Online Wins Two UPCEA Awards

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We are thrilled to be the recipients of two awards from the UPCEA New England 2016 Regional Conference:

  • 2016 Innovative and Creative Programming Award
  • 2016 Continuing Education Faculty Award

The first award is in recognition of our work to create free Spanish- and Portuguese-language music education opportunities for at-risk youth in South America, through a grant from the Inter-American Development Bank. As part of this project, we have created our first MOOC in Spanish, Producción Musical y su Efecto en la Composición, which features Berklee Online instructor Enrique Gonzalez Müller (pictured below).

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L-R: UPCEA CEO Robert J. Hansen, Berklee Online Dean Carin Nuernberg, Berklee instructor Enrique Gonzalez Müller, UPCEA President Alice Warren

The second award went to Berklee Online instructor Tom Rudolph, who authored and teaches our Music History and Sibelius courses. As one of his students says, “I have not met a teacher in all my years as a student who was so dedicated to his students’ success. He always would ensure every question was answered and not only answered to the base requirement but also to an enriched and personalized level, suited specifically to  the student’s interests.”

Berklee Online Director of Technology Luke Stevens and I also presented our new learning environment at the UPCEA regional conference.

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 Congratulations to Tom, Enrique, and the Berklee Online curriculum team!

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As the Dean of Berklee Online, Carin Nuernberg oversees curriculum and learning technology. She has been designing online learning experiences since 1997. Carin joined Berklee in 2001 as a foundational team member of the online school, responsible for the instructional design model, faculty training, and development of courses.
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