- MFA, Fine Arts, Bob Jones University
- BA, Interpretative Speech, Bob Jones University
- Classroom Communication (Com 330)
- Solo Performance (Thr 200)
- Stage Movement (Thr 210)
- Voice & Articulation (Thr 303)
Anne Nolan is an assistant professor with more than 25 years teaching experience. She has an BA in Interpretative Speech and a MFA in Drama and Voice. Her love of theatre and music is evident in her work in over 50 vespers, Living Gallery, Classic Players, and Performance Hall productions and shows in the Greenville area.
Anne teaches classes in Voice and Articulation and Stage Movement and directs student solo performances. Previous courses taught have included Fundamentals of Interpretation (coordinator), Introduction to Performance Studies, Performance of Poetry, Movement for the Performer, Voice for the Performer, Staging Literature, and Oral Communication for the Professions (coordinator).
Anne has also completed 15 hours of course work in Communication Disorders to aid in her understanding and teaching of voice and diction. She has a passion for working with students, directing productions and assisting students in solo performance shows.
At home, Anne is a busy mom keeping with four active children. Her husband John is an assistant professor in the Division of Art, Owner of Greenville History and Culinary Tours, and former curator of the Bob Jones Museum & Gallery.