Sue Jones receives LCU promotion

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[April 04, 2014]  Sue Jones has been promoted to full professor of worship ministry in the Lincoln Christian University School of Undergraduate Studies, effective June 1. Jones joined the LCU faculty in 1996 as a music instructor.

In her role as professor of worship ministry, Jones serves as a vocalist coach and provides instruction in aural skills and keyboard. She leads and accompanies worship during LCU' s weekly undergraduate chapel and is involved in the annual Christmas in the Chapel production.

An accomplished pianist, Jones serves on the worship team at Eastview Christian Church in Normal and often leads worship for LCU' s annual Christian Women' s Conference.

She holds a bachelor' s degree in sacred music from Lincoln Christian University (1977) and a master' s in music from Pittsburgh State University (1996).

During her sabbatical in the spring of 2011, Jones studied with Dr. Reid Alexander, who chairs the Graduate Music Department at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

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LCU faculty receiving the advanced rank of full professor generally have a doctorate and 10 years of professional experience, or a master' s degree and 12 years of professional experience. Additionally, potential candidates for full professorship must have demonstrated continuous improvement and significant professional achievement as an associate professor for at least five years.

[Text from file received from Lincoln Christian University]

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