Gregory S. Woodward became the 22nd president of Carthage on August 4, 2012. A composer, musician and scholar, Dr. Woodward previously served as Dean of the School of Music at Ithaca College, leading one of the premier undergraduate music conservatories in the country.
Dr. Woodward holds a Doctor of Musical Arts from Cornell University, where he was a student of Pulitzer Prize-winning Czechoslovakian composer Karel Husa. He earned his master’s degree in music composition from Ithaca College. He earned his bachelor’s degree in music composition from the University of Connecticut. He is a Fellow of Music Leadership in Higher Education at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education, and is a recent graduate of Harvard’s New President Institute. Read more
D.M.A. — Cornell University
M.M. — Music composition, Ithaca College
B.M. — Music composition, University of Connecticut
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