Associate Provost for Advising and Retention
Professor of Music
- Ph.D., University of North Texas
- M.M., University of Texas
- B.M., University of Texas
A member of the Hendrix faculty since 1980, Carole Herrick directed the Hendrix
Wind Ensembles for 22 years (1980-2002), and continues to teach trumpet and horn.
Her classroom teaching areas have included music education, conducting, Western
Intellectual Traditions and the Alexander Technique. She is an active chamber and
orchestral musician, most recently serving as principal trumpet for the Conway Symphony.
Over the course of her tenure at Hendrix, she has also served as humanities area
chair, music department chair, and interim dean of students.
As Associate Provost for Advising and Retention, Dr. Herrick is actively involved
with most students' lives on the campus. She is excited about the opportunities
that this position provides to enhance student satisfaction and success. "Excellence
in academic advising and related academic services is an important part of our commitment
to Hendrix students," Dr. Herrick said. "The developmental work we've undertaken
in these areas in recent years has been substantial. The support and dedication
of the Hendrix faculty and staff has been essential in this process. I look forward
to our continued progress together on behalf of our students."
Dr. Herrick earned a bachelor’s degree in music, magna cum laude, and a master’s
degree in music from the University of Texas at Austin and a doctorate from the
University of North Texas.
Areas of Instruction
- Bachelor of Music, magna cum laude, University of Texas, 1971
- Master of Music, University of Texas, 1972
- Ph.D., University of North Texas, 1981