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An Artist Teaching Artists

Dr. Robert Jesselson,
The Michael J. Mungo Distinguished Professor of the Year, 2010

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About the Facilitator

Dr. Jesselson, a Carolina Distinguished Professor in the School of Music, joined the University of South Carolina in 1981. For 15 years he was the director of the USC String Project, building the program into one of the largest and most prominent string education programs in the country. He is known to both his fellow faculty and his students as never accepting just "good enough", but rather expects and leads students to be nothing short of their very best. Dr. Jesselson's cello program is noted for its rigor. He requires his students to learn everything about the cello—terminology, techniques, and of course, the music.

This workshop is sponsored by the Center for Teaching Excellence.

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