Dr. Brandy J. Terrill is an Assistant Professor of Creative Arts in the Teacher Education Department at Salisbury University. Her areas of concentration are literacy, creativity and arts integration instruction. Dr. Terrill holds a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education with a minor in Art, and a Masters in Higher Education from Salisbury University. She attended graduate school at the University of Delaware, where she earned an Ed.D. in Curriculum, Technology and Higher Education. Prior to being a faculty member at the university, Dr. Terrill taught in private and public schools in Salisbury, Maryland.
Dr. Terrill’s current research focuses on how to help classroom teachers find the natural connections between the arts and other content area subjects in order to integrate. She has presented numerous arts integration workshops at conferences including the National Association for Gifted Children, Keystone State Reading Association, and the Arts Educators of Maryland Schools Conference.
Dr. Terrill serves as the chair for the annual Arts in Motion Conference held at Salisbury University. She is the Co-Principal Investigator for the Project “ENCHANT”: Energizing New College Hopefuls through the Arts, Numerical Sciences, and Technology as well as the Director for the Eastern Shore Writing Project; a division of the National Writing Project. Dr. Terrill also serves on several departmental and university-wide committees to support policy and student development.