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Indiana State recognizes Greencastle graduate

Saturday, December 1, 2012

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TERRE HAUTE -- Indiana State University has recognized Janelle R. Huber, a graduate of Greencastle High School, with a Hines Medal in conjunction with the university's upcoming winter commencement, scheduled for Dec. 15 at noon in Hulman Center.

Huber, of Brazil, will graduate with a degree in music education with an instrumental music concentration. A member of the University Honors Program at Indiana State, a Sycamore Scholar and an Academic Honors Scholar, she also received the Theodore Presser Scholarship, won in the Paul W. Hagan Concerto Competition, received the Barbara Booe Bushong Flute and Piccolo Award and is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda, the national music honor society.

Her campus involvement included the Symphony Orchestra, in which she performed and conducted, Wind Orchestra, Flute Choir, Marching Sycamores and Terminal Velocity (Woodwind Quintet). Her community activities included the Brazil Concert Band; Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra; and Jackson Township Community Band.

Huber is the daughter of Melanie Huber and Matthew Huber. She intends to enroll in graduate school in the United Kingdom to earn a master's degree in wind conducting with the goal of teaching music in a public school environment.


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congrats to a fine young lady!

-- Posted by justasking on Sun, Dec 2, 2012, at 10:06 AM


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