Dr. Lagueux earned his Ph.D. from Yale University in Music History, where he was a teaching consultant and coordinator in the Yale Teaching Center and was awarded the Prize Teaching Fellowship. His research focuses on medieval liturgy and drama and American popular music.
Rob was a 2012–2013 Fulbright Scholar at City University of Hong Kong, where he worked in the office of Education Development and Gateway Education on a variety of projects including graduate-student teacher training, first-year learning communities, and peer review of teaching. He facilitated pedagogy workshops, seminars, and conference sessions in Hong Kong, China, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Rob was previously the Founding Director of the First-Year Seminar Program and Assistant Professor of English at Columbia College Chicago, where he led the creation and implementation of a foundational general education course that fuses academic research with creative practice in the arts and media. He was also a Program Associate at the University of Chicago Center for Teaching and Learning, where he designed and led workshops on teaching and learning for faculty, graduate students, and graduate-student teaching consultants. He has published in the Journal of Music History Pedagogy, Comparative Drama, The Medieval Review, The Catholic Historical Review, and Peer Review. He teaches courses in music theory, music history, and early drama.
You can reach Rob Lagueux at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 617.373.3791.