No doubt, Annemarie Kulbis’ students will look up to her one day.
Not only because she is six feet tall, but also because she will be providing them with a valuable education resource that will help them succeed.
As a 2014 Baldwin Wallace Summer Scholar, Kulbis ’16, of Euclid, is in the process of creating a resource guide that K-4 music teachers can use for working with children with autism.
A music education and music therapy major, she has found that “music educators don’t have many classes that deal with this disability.” Her goal is to “bridge the gap by creating a music curriculum they can use. Her project lends itself to her career plans. “One day I plan on opening my own academy that emphasizes the use of music on the mind and body."
|Annemarie Kulbis works with Professor Lalene Kay as part of her Summer Scholars research project. Kulbis credits BW with providing her hands-on experiences that make her more marketable than students from other schools.|