Elizabeth Ann Goode, PhD

Retired Choral Director | Teacher

Elizabeth Goode Professional Milestones

A Timeline of Professional Milestones

1932

Dr. Goode is born in Cliffside, North Carolina to Broadus B. and Mary Elizabeth Hames Goode.

1950

Dr. Goode graduates from Cliffside High School in North Carolina.

1954

Dr. Goode receives a Bachelor of Arts from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.

1954

Dr. Goode becomes a piano teacher for Kings Mountain schools in North Carolina.

1955

Dr. Goode becomes retail discount clerk at Universal CIT in Manhasset, New York.

1956

Dr. Goode becomes a vocal music teacher for Plainview schools in New York.

1958

Dr. Goode directs the all district chorus for Plainview schools.

1961

Dr. Goode receives a Master of Arts from Adelphi University in Garden City, New York.

1961

Dr. Goode becomes a vocal music teacher for Raleigh schools in North Carolina.

1963

Dr. Goode becomes a choral director and music theory teacher for East Meadow schools in New York.

1963

Dr. Goode serves as an adjudicator for the New York State School Music Association.

1966

Dr. Goode directs the all district junior high school chorus for East Meadow schools.

1974

Dr. Goode attends a master class with Ivan Moravec in Prague, Czech Republic.

1976

Dr. Goode joins the manual committee of the New York State School Music Association.

1977

Dr. Goode writes her dissertation on David Stanley and his music.

1977

Dr. Goode joins the piano committee of the New York State School Music Association.

1978

Dr. Goode receives a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Cincinnati.

1992

Dr. Goode retires from her profession.

1994

Dr. Goode serves as a poll assistant and judge for the Rutherford County Board of Electors in Ellenboro, North Carolina.

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