Doug Dunston portrait

Doug Dunston

KEEN Program Coordinator
Office
FDC 3rd floor
Phone
505-301-2964

Areas of interest and expertise:

  • Conducting
  • Facilitation
  • Systems thinking
  • Improvisation

Career Highlights:

Doug Dunston is an educator, coach, facilitator, writer, and conductor with a deep technical and artistic background. Dr. Dunston taught in the multidisciplinary humanities department of New Mexico Tech for 20 years and holds the honorary title Professor Emeritus of Humanities there.

As a facilitator, he designs and leads discussion and working sessions on a variety of topics concerning higher education and organization development. An experienced orchestral conductor, he has directed music ensembles in the American Southwest, Austria, and Hungary.

In his role as KEEN Program Coordinator at the University of St. Thomas, he plans and delivers Entrepreneurial Minded Learning (EML) workshops and retreats for faculty and short lectures and modules on listening, improvisation, and systems thinking for students.

Education:

D.M.A. Conducting, Claremont Graduate University
M.A. Music, Claremont Graduate University
M.A. Physics, University of California, Berkeley
B.S. Physics, Harvey Mudd College

Fall 2020 Courses

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J-Term 2021 Courses

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Spring 2021 Courses

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