Professor Thomas Wolff brings to Carthage more than 40 years of diverse experience in teaching, educational leadership, music performance and therapy, geriatrics, business, sociology, and psychology. He has performed on trumpet with the Henry Mancini Show, Johnny Mathis Show, and New York City Ballet Road Company, among others. He has directed church choirs and the Kiwanis Youth Symphony Orchestra of Racine, as well as serving as an exemplary judge for the Wisconsin School Music Association at district and state school music festivals.
He has taught in public schools and several colleges in Kentucky, Illinois and Wisconsin, covering topics in music, sociology, history, education and psychology. He joined the Carthage faculty in 2006 as a member of the Education Department, where his principle responsibilities include teaching courses in educational psychology, advising students, and making supervisory visitations for student teachers in the public schools.
Prof. Wolff has a Ph.D. (ABD) in psychology and behavioral science from California Coast University. He holds an M.S. in educational psychology and B.S. in music and music education from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He completed additional graduate studies at Northwestern University and the University of Wisconsin Madison.
Lentz Hall 332A