Title/Position: Associate Dean Emeritus, Undergraduate StudiesProfile:
Kenneth Moses is associate dean emeritus for Undergraduate Studies at the University of Miami Frost School of Music, where he also earned B.M. and M.M. degrees. He retired in May 2013 after 38 years of service to the university as an administrator and a lecturer in the Department of Instrumental Performance. In 1975, he was appointed assistant director of bands at the University of Miami. During his tenure the Band of the Hour made multiple appearances in the Fiesta, Sugar, Orange, Cotton and Peach Bowl football games. In 1979, the band traveled to the Mirage Bowl in Tokyo, Japan. Moses was named director of admission and recruitment for the UM School of Music in 1991. Under his leadership the first prospectus on the School and a sampler CD were produced. The number of students inquiring about the School increased three fold and the number of applicants doubled during his tenure. In January 2004, Moses was appointed Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Studies. He has extensive experience as an adjudicator and clinician as well as serving as a consultant to uniform companies. He has served as a consultant to colleges and universities in the area of student recruitment and admission.