Dr. Jamie Henke is a Distinguished Faculty Associate here at UW-Madison. She teaches face-to-face, online, and honors sections of Basic Concepts of Music Theory for non-majors for the School of Music. She also teaches music theory, composition, and music appreciation at a distance for the Division of Continuing Studies. Her top teaching awards include the Hilldale Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, a Lifetime Achievement Award, University Housing’s Honored Instructor award, and induction as a Teaching Fellow in the UW-Madison Teaching Academy. She published the first truly online music theory textbook entitled “Theory Gizmos: Fundamental Tools to Understand, Analyze and Build Music.” She has been awarded various Engage grants to work on podcasting projects, collaborative learning projects, an e-learning video project, and several Simulations and Games projects with the Division of Information Technology at UW-Madison. She is currently developing a Beat Boxing rhythm activity with support from the Educational Innovation initiative on campus. She also serves as the Coordinator for How to Teach Online for the Community Music NACCM project created by Professor Chelcy Bowles. She is the coordinator for Independent Learning in music and Online Continuing Education in music. She has a Bachelor of Music degree in vocal performance and a Ph.D. in music theory, both from UW-Madison.