BALL STATE PRISM PROJECT: How to know what to do - Making thoughtful musical decisions that work for your students with Autism
Interim Director, Ball State University
Director of the Ball State Prism Project
Co-author of Teaching Music to Students With Autism
Ryan Hourigan (2010 Indiana Music Educators Association Outstanding University Educator of the Year) joined the faculty at Ball State University in the fall of 2006 after nine years of teaching music at the secondary and university level. Dr. Hourigan holds degrees from Eastern Illinois University (B.M.), Michigan State University (M.M. Wind Conducting), and a Ph.D. in Music Education from The University of Michigan. Dr. Hourigan currently teaches music education, is the Associate Director of the School of Music, and is the President’s Immersive Learning Fellow at Ball State University.