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  • Theatre and Dance Minors | Millikin University
    Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Menu Admission Aid Office of Admission Undergraduate Why Study at Millikin Cost Aid How to Apply After Acceptance Meet Your Counselor Visit Information Visit Campus Schedule a Visit Virtual Tour Maps Directions Area Information Admissions info for Transfer International PACE Accelerated Degrees Graduate Nursing Graduate Business Academics Areas of Study Colleges and Schools College of Arts Sciences College of Fine Arts Professional Studies Tabor School of Business Interdepartmental More Programs Graduate Programs PACE Accelerated Degrees Pre Professional English Language ESL Study Abroad Student Resources Staley Library Academic Calendar Registrar Academic Resources International Education Athletics Campus Life Residence Life Activity Calendar of Events Student Organizations Decatur Community Greek Life Kirkland Fine Arts Center Student Life Health Wellness Centers Facilities Campus Involvement Dining Residence Life Services Student Handbook Public Safety Information Technology Career Center Support Services Alumni Friends Get Involved Stay Connected Alumni News Quarterly Magazine Alumni Directory Featured Alumni Resources Alumni Events Alumni Calendar Homecoming Goodheart Event Founder s Day Lindsay Medallion Give To MU Give Ways to Give Millikin Fund Big Blue Club Patrons Society About Faculty Staff Directory At A Glance Mission Values Millikin History Employment Accreditation University Marketing Administration Office of the President Office of the Provost Student Development Board of Trustees Faculty Staff Directory Media Newsroom Calendar of Events Video Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Theatre and Dance Minors Theatre Dance You are here Home Academics College of Fine Arts Theatre Dance Areas of Study Theatre and Dance Minors Theatre Minor Dance Minor Minor in Theatre The minor in theatre is an exciting 21 credit course of study designed for those seeking a wide array of experiences within the theatre arts The minor is an open enrollment program with no audition or interview requirements Any student with the available time and desire

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  • Theatre Design & Production, B.F.A. | Millikin University
    of the theories practices and techniques involved in designing and editing music sound and sound systems for theatrical performance and in implementing those deigns technically Lab Fee TH220 Rendering Techniques This course introduces students to the use of artistic materials as they are typically used for the production of quality renderings for theatrical production Students will learn to use materials such as watercolor gouache co9lored pencil and design markers The successful student will produce materials worthy of inclusion in the design portfolio TH221 Voice for the Stage The fundamentals of vocal technique for the actor Special emphasis is given to the anatomy and physiology of the vocal mechanism including breathing phonation resonance and articulation Students learn portions of the International Phonetic Alphabet as a tool for phonetic analysis the practice of Standard North American speech and subsequent dialect analysis and practice TH240 Advanced Voice Further development of the fundamentals of vocal technique Special emphasis is given to enhancement of vocal power range clarity flexibility and responsiveness to text Technique issues are addressed through warm up approaches and work on heightened text including Shakespeare Work with text also includes methods of verse scansion and rhetorical analysis Pre requisite TH240 TH241 Drafting for Theatre This is a hands on course that examines the graphical communication of technical theatre design through both manual and CADD computer aided design methods Students will develop drafting skills through a series of projects and learn US ITT Standards for Drafting TH251 Stagecraft An introduction to shop technology designed to give the student a detailed overview of the theories practices and techniques involved in technical theatre Through class lectures and hands on participation students establish a basic proficiency with the standard tools materials methods and procedures used to prepare a show technically Topics include but are not limited to scenery and costume construction painting properties stage lighting and drafting Shop work on university productions required to reinforce skills learned and to promote collaborative effort Majors only Lab fee TH253 History of Style Antique Modern An exploration of periodicity through examination of stylistic elements from Egyptian through current day Styles of art architecture dance theatre music etc will be examined in an effort to give students a strong sense of the commonalties as well as the differences in the various art of the periods Trends in philosophy religion commerce etc will be studied for their effect upon artistic form TH255 Theatre Practicum Students participate in productions by working behind the scenes during their first three years in the program These broad base collaborative experiences help develop a sense of volunteerism and often a second marketable professional skill in either publicity theatre management properties construction or set and costume construction TH301 Advanced Make up A continuation of Theatre 242 Theatrical Make up in which the student concentrates on the design and application of make up for various characters in realistic and stylized plays This course exposes students to 3 dimensional technology used in the field of make up including alginate casting and the creation and application of prosthetic make up pieces Pre requisite Theatre 242 Lab fee TH302 Directing I An introduction to the theory and techniques of stage directing this course emphasizes script analysis collaboration executing blocking and staging techniques understanding aesthetics and clarity Each student will direct a production of a ten minute play for the class Prerequisite TH 131 or consent of instructor TH321 Directing II A continuation of Directing I this course also includes analysis of contemporary directorial theories Professional techniques are thoroughly examined plays meanings and values from contemporary perspectives are evaluated as students analyze theories to help them develop their own personal style and technique Prerequisite TH 131 and 321 or consent of instructor TH322 Arts Management An introduction to the world of arts management in the US The course will cover staffing budgeting fundraising and long term planning among other topics for mission driven organizations TH323 Stage Management An introduction to the role of the stage manager in the American Theatre today This course covers Actors Equity Association contracts the stage managers role in the production process communication techniques leadership skills and the creation of a prompt script TH324 Playwriting The writing of plays Emphasis placed on plot theme dialogue technical problems and characterization Pre requisite Theatre 131 or consent of instructor TH325 Seminar in Dramatic Literature An investigation into the work of a major playwright or playwrights or into dramatic literature of a given style period Courses offered on occasion include Eugene O Neill and Tennessee Williams contemporary drama and dramatic concepts Repeatable for credits each time topic changes Pre requisite Theatre 131 or consent of instructor TH333 Seminar in Dramatic Literature An investigation into the work of a major playwright or playwrights or into dramatic literature of a given style period Courses offered on occasion include Eugene O Neill and Tennessee Williams contemporary drama and dramatic concepts Repeatable for credits each time topic changes Pre requisite Theatre 131 or consent of instructor TH334 Musical Theatre History and Lit I The study of the American musical from European influences until 1940 with emphasis on analysis of formative elements in preparation for work in the professional environment Majors only A linked course requiring concurrent enrollment in Theatre 339 TH337 Musical Theatre History and Lit II A collaborative exploration of the development and trends of the American musical from 1940 to the present with emphasis on analysis of different decades and styles Majors only A linked course requiring concurrent enrollment in TH340 TH338 Acting Styles An advanced studio course this class investigates the origins of style that influence analysis and the technical work of actors in uniting form and content An in depth treatment of characterization and interpretation with special emphasis on language will be the focus using Shakespeare s plays This course works on the actor s technique and analysis Pre requisites Theatre 141 and 142 or consent of instructor TH341 Ensemble Theory and Practice The examination and exploration of techniques for achieving

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  • Theatre, B.A. | Millikin University
    s Theatre An introductory course in performance and theory of Children s Theatre A practical study of production methods for children s plays TH202 Sound for Theatre This course serves an introduction to sound design technical sound and sound reinforcement for theatre Through class lectures and hand on participation it is designed to give the student a detailed overview of the theories practices and techniques involved in designing and editing music sound and sound systems for theatrical performance and in implementing those deigns technically Lab Fee TH220 Rendering Techniques This course introduces students to the use of artistic materials as they are typically used for the production of quality renderings for theatrical production Students will learn to use materials such as watercolor gouache co9lored pencil and design markers The successful student will produce materials worthy of inclusion in the design portfolio TH221 Voice for the Stage The fundamentals of vocal technique for the actor Special emphasis is given to the anatomy and physiology of the vocal mechanism including breathing phonation resonance and articulation Students learn portions of the International Phonetic Alphabet as a tool for phonetic analysis the practice of Standard North American speech and subsequent dialect analysis and practice TH240 Advanced Voice Further development of the fundamentals of vocal technique Special emphasis is given to enhancement of vocal power range clarity flexibility and responsiveness to text Technique issues are addressed through warm up approaches and work on heightened text including Shakespeare Work with text also includes methods of verse scansion and rhetorical analysis Pre requisite TH240 TH241 Drafting for Theatre This is a hands on course that examines the graphical communication of technical theatre design through both manual and CADD computer aided design methods Students will develop drafting skills through a series of projects and learn US ITT Standards for Drafting TH251 Stagecraft An introduction to shop technology designed to give the student a detailed overview of the theories practices and techniques involved in technical theatre Through class lectures and hands on participation students establish a basic proficiency with the standard tools materials methods and procedures used to prepare a show technically Topics include but are not limited to scenery and costume construction painting properties stage lighting and drafting Shop work on university productions required to reinforce skills learned and to promote collaborative effort Majors only Lab fee TH253 History of Style Antique Modern An exploration of periodicity through examination of stylistic elements from Egyptian through current day Styles of art architecture dance theatre music etc will be examined in an effort to give students a strong sense of the commonalties as well as the differences in the various art of the periods Trends in philosophy religion commerce etc will be studied for their effect upon artistic form TH255 Theatre Practicum Students participate in productions by working behind the scenes during their first three years in the program These broad base collaborative experiences help develop a sense of volunteerism and often a second marketable professional skill in either publicity theatre management properties construction or set and costume construction TH301 Advanced Make up A continuation of Theatre 242 Theatrical Make up in which the student concentrates on the design and application of make up for various characters in realistic and stylized plays This course exposes students to 3 dimensional technology used in the field of make up including alginate casting and the creation and application of prosthetic make up pieces Pre requisite Theatre 242 Lab fee TH302 Directing I An introduction to the theory and techniques of stage directing this course emphasizes script analysis collaboration executing blocking and staging techniques understanding aesthetics and clarity Each student will direct a production of a ten minute play for the class Prerequisite TH 131 or consent of instructor TH321 Directing II A continuation of Directing I this course also includes analysis of contemporary directorial theories Professional techniques are thoroughly examined plays meanings and values from contemporary perspectives are evaluated as students analyze theories to help them develop their own personal style and technique Prerequisite TH 131 and 321 or consent of instructor TH322 Arts Management An introduction to the world of arts management in the US The course will cover staffing budgeting fundraising and long term planning among other topics for mission driven organizations TH323 Stage Management An introduction to the role of the stage manager in the American Theatre today This course covers Actors Equity Association contracts the stage managers role in the production process communication techniques leadership skills and the creation of a prompt script TH324 Playwriting The writing of plays Emphasis placed on plot theme dialogue technical problems and characterization Pre requisite Theatre 131 or consent of instructor TH325 Seminar in Dramatic Literature An investigation into the work of a major playwright or playwrights or into dramatic literature of a given style period Courses offered on occasion include Eugene O Neill and Tennessee Williams contemporary drama and dramatic concepts Repeatable for credits each time topic changes Pre requisite Theatre 131 or consent of instructor TH333 Seminar in Dramatic Literature An investigation into the work of a major playwright or playwrights or into dramatic literature of a given style period Courses offered on occasion include Eugene O Neill and Tennessee Williams contemporary drama and dramatic concepts Repeatable for credits each time topic changes Pre requisite Theatre 131 or consent of instructor TH334 Musical Theatre History and Lit I The study of the American musical from European influences until 1940 with emphasis on analysis of formative elements in preparation for work in the professional environment Majors only A linked course requiring concurrent enrollment in Theatre 339 TH337 Musical Theatre History and Lit II A collaborative exploration of the development and trends of the American musical from 1940 to the present with emphasis on analysis of different decades and styles Majors only A linked course requiring concurrent enrollment in TH340 TH338 Acting Styles An advanced studio course this class investigates the origins of style that influence analysis and the technical work of actors

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  • Millikin researchers publish efforts in Biochemistry Research International | Millikin University
    Your Counselor Visit Information Visit Campus Schedule a Visit Virtual Tour Maps Directions Area Information Admissions info for Transfer International PACE Accelerated Degrees Graduate Nursing Graduate Business Academics Areas of Study Colleges and Schools College of Arts Sciences College of Fine Arts Professional Studies Tabor School of Business Interdepartmental More Programs Graduate Programs PACE Accelerated Degrees Pre Professional English Language ESL Study Abroad Student Resources Staley Library Academic Calendar Registrar Academic Resources International Education Athletics Campus Life Residence Life Activity Calendar of Events Student Organizations Decatur Community Greek Life Kirkland Fine Arts Center Student Life Health Wellness Centers Facilities Campus Involvement Dining Residence Life Services Student Handbook Public Safety Information Technology Career Center Support Services Alumni Friends Get Involved Stay Connected Alumni News Quarterly Magazine Alumni Directory Featured Alumni Resources Alumni Events Alumni Calendar Homecoming Goodheart Event Founder s Day Lindsay Medallion Give To MU Give Ways to Give Millikin Fund Big Blue Club Patrons Society About Faculty Staff Directory At A Glance Mission Values Millikin History Employment Accreditation University Marketing Administration Office of the President Office of the Provost Student Development Board of Trustees Faculty Staff Directory Media Newsroom Calendar of Events Video Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Millikin researchers publish efforts in Biochemistry Research International Research looks at the effect of pesticides on cancer cells You are here Home About Media Newsroom Millikin researchers publish efforts in Biochemistry Research International February 5 2016 at 12 30pm Researchers from Millikin University s Department of Biology have published an article in Biochemistry Research International a peer reviewed open access journal that publishes original research articles in all areas of biochemistry The article reports on the differences in GPR30 regulation by chlorotriazine herbicides in human breast cells The article was accepted for publication by Biochemistry Research International on Jan 10 2016 The article is authored by Dr Jennifer Schroeder Millikin associate professor of biology and co authored by Millikin alumni Colin Florian 14 and Shelly Mansfield 14 Over 200 000 cases of invasive breast cancer are diagnosed annually Herbicide contaminants in local water sources may be contributing to the growth of these cancers GPR30 is recognized as a potential receptor that may interact with triazine herbicides such as atrazine The goal of the Millikin research project was to identify whether atrazine affects the expression of GPR30 One of the lines of research we look at is pesticides that are used in the environment especially locally because of the crop production and one of the big ones is atrazine said Dr Schroeder Atrazine has been a target pesticide that many people have looked at and one of the things we ve done over the last several years is try to get ideas as to what atrazine might do in the presence of cancer cells and non cancerous cells Millikin researchers looked at whether atrazine would increase or decrease cell growth rates They used three different cell lines and treated them with different amounts of the pesticide and looked specifically at a protein

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  • Lessons of Harry Potter | Millikin University
    Video Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Menu Admission Aid Office of Admission Undergraduate Why Study at Millikin Cost Aid How to Apply After Acceptance Meet Your Counselor Visit Information Visit Campus Schedule a Visit Virtual Tour Maps Directions Area Information Admissions info for Transfer International PACE Accelerated Degrees Graduate Nursing Graduate Business Academics Areas of Study Colleges and Schools College of Arts Sciences College of Fine Arts Professional Studies Tabor School of Business Interdepartmental More Programs Graduate Programs PACE Accelerated Degrees Pre Professional English Language ESL Study Abroad Student Resources Staley Library Academic Calendar Registrar Academic Resources International Education Athletics Campus Life Residence Life Activity Calendar of Events Student Organizations Decatur Community Greek Life Kirkland Fine Arts Center Student Life Health Wellness Centers Facilities Campus Involvement Dining Residence Life Services Student Handbook Public Safety Information Technology Career Center Support Services Alumni Friends Get Involved Stay Connected Alumni News Quarterly Magazine Alumni Directory Featured Alumni Resources Alumni Events Alumni Calendar Homecoming Goodheart Event Founder s Day Lindsay Medallion Give To MU Give Ways to Give Millikin Fund Big Blue Club Patrons Society About Faculty Staff Directory At A Glance Mission Values Millikin History Employment Accreditation University Marketing Administration Office of the President Office of the Provost Student Development Board of Trustees Faculty Staff Directory Media Newsroom Calendar of Events Video Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Lessons of Harry Potter Millikin students find real world applications You are here Home In the News Lessons of Harry Potter February 1 2016 at 2 15pm Nine Millikin University students learned real life lessons during winter break by immersing themselves in the culture of Harry Potter a journey that included a visit to London to experience The Making of Harry Potter at Warner Bros Studio London and a visit to Orlando Fla to see The Wizarding World of Harry Potter a themed area spanning two theme parks at the Universal Orlando Resort Ngozi Onuora Millikin assistant professor of education and Molly Berry director of the Office of Inclusion and Student Engagement led the course for the first time as part of the January immersion curriculum Called Mudbloods Muggles Misfits Power Prejudice in the Harry Potter Series the class began meeting once a month starting in September 2015 to have discussions about the books and to draw connections with themes of power and prejudice As part of their course studies the students examined a current global issue of their choice and made a case for how its root cause was connected to power and prejudice Among the stops in London were Big Ben and Westminster Abbey The idea was not just talking about the books and connecting power and prejudice but actually seeing the land that Harry Potter was imagined in walking through the streets of London and being immersed in the experienced said Berry During their visit to Warner Bros Studio Cortez C airra a junior biology major from Alsip Ill said she was able to feel the powerful energy of years of hard work

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  • Economic Opportunity | Millikin University
    Fine Arts Center Student Life Health Wellness Centers Facilities Campus Involvement Dining Residence Life Services Student Handbook Public Safety Information Technology Career Center Support Services Alumni Friends Get Involved Stay Connected Alumni News Quarterly Magazine Alumni Directory Featured Alumni Resources Alumni Events Alumni Calendar Homecoming Goodheart Event Founder s Day Lindsay Medallion Give To MU Give Ways to Give Millikin Fund Big Blue Club Patrons Society About Faculty Staff Directory At A Glance Mission Values Millikin History Employment Accreditation University Marketing Administration Office of the President Office of the Provost Student Development Board of Trustees Faculty Staff Directory Media Newsroom Calendar of Events Video Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Economic Opportunity Institute for Science Entrepreneurship Speaker Series continues Feb 4 with Jim Schultz You are here Home About Media Newsroom Economic Opportunity January 29 2016 at 10 30am Millikin University s Institute for Science Entrepreneurship a signature program of Millikin s Center for Entrepreneurship will continue its 2015 16 Speaker Series on Thursday Feb 4 with keynote speaker Jim Schultz director of the Illinois Department of Commerce Economic Opportunity The presentation will begin at 7 30 p m in Lower Richards Treat University Center on Millikin s campus the event is free and open to the public In his role Director Schultz provides leadership and strategic guidance to the Department s efforts to grow the Illinois economy by encouraging businesses to invest and create jobs by connecting resources to support entrepreneurs and investors by positioning the state as a global business destination and by encouraging top talent to live and work in Illinois Schultz oversees programs and services managed by the State Offices of Business Development Community Development Employment Training Energy Recycling Energy Assistance Entrepreneurship Innovation Technology Film Tourism Trade Investment and Urban Assistance Schultz is a fifth generation Illinoisan agribusiness entrepreneur and private equity executive He gained extensive leadership experience with early stage capital expansion during his time at Open Prairie Ventures where he successfully led two startups to eventual listings on the NYSE and NASDAQ Schultz is a recognized leader throughout the State of Illinois He has served as Chairman of the Board for Prime Banc Corporation the Illinois Chamber of Commerce the Southeast Illinois Community Foundation and the Effingham County Community Foundation Schultz also served on the Advisory Board for the Chicago Federal Reserve Schultz earned his MBA in Finance Entrepreneurship from Northwestern University a Juris Doctor in Corporate Finance from DePaul University and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Southern Methodist University Millikin s Science Entrepreneurship Speaker Series brought to you by Busey focuses on science entrepreneurship and how an increased emphasis on entrepreneurship can spark job creation and societal well being Throughout the academic year executives from science ventures discuss particular aspects of their business In addition business leaders discuss broader topics of interest The following is a list of upcoming speakers for the Spring 2016 Speaker Series Thursday Feb 25 7 30 p m Lower Richards Treat University Center Pete Paulin 300

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  • College of Arts & Sciences | Millikin University
    in the classical western traditions of higher education the most fundamental concept of a liberal art is the distinction between knack and art Someone who can do something very well over and over again may have developed a knack for doing that one thing However if they are asked to explain how they do it or if they are asked to do something else in a different context they have difficulty transferring that knack to a new situation On the other hand someone who has an art not only knows the tools of the trade they also have a broader theoretical understanding of how to use those tools in a variety of situations They are not limited to simply doing the same thing over and over They can adjust and adapt to the needs the contexts the problems never faced before in a new situation Therefore the highest level of learning valued in the liberal arts is the integration of theory and practice a knowledge that transcends the particular problem combined with the ability to practice the art effectively in particular instances The goal of studying the liberal arts is to create new knowledge that can be applied in a variety of possible situations In the same way the primary goal of the sciences is to create new knowledge by means of the scientific method of investigation The sciences seek to discover understand or to understand better how the physical world works with observable physical evidence as the basis of that understanding It is done through observation of existing phenomena and or through experimentation that tries to simulate phenomena under controlled conditions Through research the sciences seek to discover new knowledge and ways to use that knowledge in a variety of applications In the College of Arts Sciences at Millikin University we invite students to become knowledge seekers knowledge makers and to put their knowledge to work to transform themselves their communities and their professions Come join us in this effort to learn beyond the instant to be a creator of new knowledge to go beyond knack into creative uses of knowledge to solve problems to observe the physical world and the social world and to transform ourselves and our communities and our world with our arts and sciences Welcome to Millikin University where we ask you to take the academic stage to perform your knowledge to develop habits of life long learning to start contributing to a better personal life a better community and a better world There are plenty of problems in the world You are the perfect person to develop the arts and sciences that the world needs now to solve those problems Don t settle for a knack Seek knowledge that will stick with you beyond the moment and grow and change as you apply it in a variety of situations you can t even imagine yet Dr Randy Brooks Dean of the College of Arts Sciences CAS News Behavioral Science College of Arts Sciences Community

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  • College of Arts & Sciences | Millikin University
    classical western traditions of higher education the most fundamental concept of a liberal art is the distinction between knack and art Someone who can do something very well over and over again may have developed a knack for doing that one thing However if they are asked to explain how they do it or if they are asked to do something else in a different context they have difficulty transferring that knack to a new situation On the other hand someone who has an art not only knows the tools of the trade they also have a broader theoretical understanding of how to use those tools in a variety of situations They are not limited to simply doing the same thing over and over They can adjust and adapt to the needs the contexts the problems never faced before in a new situation Therefore the highest level of learning valued in the liberal arts is the integration of theory and practice a knowledge that transcends the particular problem combined with the ability to practice the art effectively in particular instances The goal of studying the liberal arts is to create new knowledge that can be applied in a variety of possible situations In the same way the primary goal of the sciences is to create new knowledge by means of the scientific method of investigation The sciences seek to discover understand or to understand better how the physical world works with observable physical evidence as the basis of that understanding It is done through observation of existing phenomena and or through experimentation that tries to simulate phenomena under controlled conditions Through research the sciences seek to discover new knowledge and ways to use that knowledge in a variety of applications In the College of Arts Sciences at Millikin University we invite students to become knowledge seekers knowledge makers and to put their knowledge to work to transform themselves their communities and their professions Come join us in this effort to learn beyond the instant to be a creator of new knowledge to go beyond knack into creative uses of knowledge to solve problems to observe the physical world and the social world and to transform ourselves and our communities and our world with our arts and sciences Welcome to Millikin University where we ask you to take the academic stage to perform your knowledge to develop habits of life long learning to start contributing to a better personal life a better community and a better world There are plenty of problems in the world You are the perfect person to develop the arts and sciences that the world needs now to solve those problems Don t settle for a knack Seek knowledge that will stick with you beyond the moment and grow and change as you apply it in a variety of situations you can t even imagine yet Dr Randy Brooks Dean of the College of Arts Sciences CAS News Academic Biology Center for Entrepreneurship Looking Ahead Millikin s

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