Teaching history

Brandeis University. Walter W. Naumburg Professor of Composition, since 2005; Professor of Composition, 2001-5; Associate Professor of Composition, 1998-2001; Assistant Professor of Composition, 1995-1998. Chair, 2004-5. Jeanette Lerman-Neubauer Prize for Excellence in Teaching and Mentoring, 2009. Graduate seminars and private lessons in composition, first and second year undergraduate theory classes, graduate and undergraduate orchestration, Intro to Comp­osition for undergraduates, Fundamentals of Music, independent studies in serious, jazz, popular, and theater composition, in orchestration, in ethnomusicology, and in notation for undergraduates, independent studies in analysis, orchestration, and notation with graduate students, graduate seminar in tonal writing, Director of Brandeis Contemp­orary Chamber Players, Freshman Advisor, Head of Undergraduate Advising for Music Department, Graduate Program Advisor, Composition track advisor. Dissertation advisor. Faculty senate, University curriculum committee, various other university committees.
Harvard University. Visiting Associate Professor of Music, fall 1998 and spring 2001; half-time appointments teaching Music 157x, Tonal Analysis, in Fall, 1998 and Music 5, Intermediate Composition, in Spring, 2001.
New England Conservatory. Professor of Composition, 2004-5, 2007-8. Two composition students in 04-05 and three students in 07-08.
Columbia University. Associate Professor of Music (without tenure) 1993-1995; Assistant Professor of Music, 1989-1993. Director of Undergraduate Composition. Private composition and composition seminar for M.A. students; Graduate seminar in 20th Century Styles & Techniques; Music Since 1945; Introduction to Composition for undergraduates; Music Humanities (music appreciation); undergraduate harmony and counterpoint courses; private composition to undergraduates; designed and initiated notation course for undergraduate composers; various and numerous examination and dissertation committees both as sponsor and as second reader.
Stanford University. Lecturer in Music Theory, 1988-89. First and fourth quarter undergraduate harmony/ counterpoint classes; Graduate seminar in 20th-century analysis; Course in chromatic tonal composition and analysis for undergraduate majors; introduction to 20th century composition for undergraduates. Private composition lessons to five undergraduates. Directed Alea II, the Ensemble for New Music (programming, rehearsing, presenting three concerts). 
Bowdoin Summer Music Festial Composer-in-residence, summer 1999 (six weeks). Weekly lessons to ten students, age 20 to 35, regular morning composition seminars.
New Music on the Pointcomposer-in-residence, summer 2011. Two lessons to each of twelve composers aged 19 to 27, composition seminars.
Fresh Inccomposer-in-residence, summer 2012. Two lessons to each of twelve composers aged 19 to 27, composition seminars, etc.
Ithaca College School of Music Karel Husa Visiting Composer, 2012-2013. Lessons, masterclasses, public talks, and coaching performers in two visits in November and April.
Cortona Sessions composer in residence, 2 weeks in June-July, 2016. Lessons to 18 composers, public talks, etc.