Bachelor of Music (Education/Instrumental Emphasis): December 2001
- Summa Cum Laude (3.99/4.00 GPA): Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, USA;
- Lee Honors College (Thesis: “Masterworks for the Organ, With Commentary”)
Master of Music (Organ performance): August 2003
- Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, USA (4.00 GPA)
- Electives in music education; includes 6 credits from VanderCook College of Music,
Chicago, IL, USA
Master of Arts (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages – T.E.S.O.L.): October 2009
- Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, ISRAEL (4.00 GPA)
- Thesis (Dr. Dorit Ravid, advisor; Dr. Steven Gillis, reader): “The Quantity and Distribution of Diminutive Morphemes in the Spoken Dutch Corpus: A Comparison between Belgium and The Netherlands”
Certificate In Applied Linguistics: June 2011
- Dallas International University (DIU), Dallas, TX (4.00 GPA)
Master of Arts (World Arts): December 2013
- DIU, Dallas, TX, USA (4.00 GPA)
- Includes heavy emphasis on linguistics/Bible translation and validation of biblical Hebrew proficiency
Course in Hebrew Poetry: November 2016
- Jerusalem Center for Bible Translators
- Taught by Murray Salisbury
Michigan Provisional Certificate (USA)—Music (JX)
LANGUAGES: English (native); Dutch (fluent); biblical & modern Hebrew (functional); Spanish (basic);
Lebanese Arabic (very basic; studied in Field Methods at DIU)
- Evangelical Missiological Society (EMS): 2015-present
- Global Ethnodoxology Network (GEN): Member, 2012-present; Board (Website Content Manager): 2017-2021; Board Assistant (minutes; younger-generation consultant): 2012-2016
- Golden Key National Honor Society: 1999-present
- Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honor Society: 1999-present
Employee of Wycliffe USA:
- Advisor for Psalms: Layer by Layer, SIL International: July 2021-present
- Co-founder and ongoing facilitator/presenter
- Liaison with Bible translation world
- Reviewer and content creator in visual exegesis/analysis and internalization
- Board Secretary for Cambridge Digital Bible Research (2021-present)
- Associate Instructor, DIU Applied Linguistics Department & World Arts Department: September 2020-present
- Bringing linguistics to artists and ethnoarts to linguists and translators through courses such as Biblical Readings in Hebrew Poetry (Fall 2020, Fall 2021, Spring 2023), Oral Translation (Summer 2020, Spring 2021), Expressive Form Analysis (Fall 2020, Fall 2021, Fall 2022), and Arts for a Better Future with a special emphasis on Bible translation (May 2021)
- Guest lecturer (for example, bringing ethnoarts to Foundations of Translation, Sept 2021-present; bringing internalization to Principles of Translation, Jan 2022-present)
- Special focus on topics related to oral verbal arts, biblical Hebrew poetry, best practices in internalization and oral translation, and engaging local arts
- Committee member for thesis in Hebrew poetry (2021)
- Arts Consultant, SIL International: August 2019-present
- Field consulting with individuals and teams
- Research and (virtual) training in orality, discourse structures, and translating content into local communication forms
- Related work prior to official appointment: co-developed “Discover Local Arts” virtual arts training and related materials (Fall 2018, Spring 2020); participated in running the Eurasia Area Arts survey process, including interviews, writeups, data input, and analysis (2018); participated in planning and assisting with the SIL Translating Poetically Workshop (2018-2019) and an EMDC workshop with Murray Salisbury on Psalms (Fall 2022)
- Adjunct Faculty, DIU Applied Anthropology Department: May 2016-May 2020
- Course head for undergraduate Introduction to Ethnodoxology, Spring 2018
- Developed curriculum for undergraduate and graduate ethnodoxology courses, Spring 2018
- Developed and taught Oral Verbal Arts module for graduate Expressive Form Analysis, Fall 2017, 2018, 2019
- Guest lecturer bringing introductory discourse to Advanced Form Analysis (Spring 2017) and introductory ethnoarts to Theory and Practice of Translation (Spring 2018)
- Developed and taught internalization, performance, local arts, and other occasional topics for graduate-level Oral Translation, Spring 2018, Summer 2018, Spring 2020; consultant for others in teaching the material, 2019
- Co-developed and taught Biblical Readings in Hebrew Poetry, Spring 2019
- Assisted with lesson planning, teaching, and grading in Song Transcription & Analysis (Spring 2017) and Arts & Trauma Healing (Spring 2018)
- Associate Director, DIU Center for Excellence in World Arts (CEWA): September 2015-July 2019
- Developing systems for streamlining CEWA administrative processes; recruiting, networking, and presenting at conferences
- Course development/instruction; writing/editing; project management (website redesign won Worship Leader 2016 Editor’s Pick award)
- Dean of Students, DIU: July 2014-July 2015
- Senior Administration team member—advisor to the institute’s President.
- Student Services Department leader—responsible for personnel and resources for recruiting, admissions, registrar, financial aid, veterans’ aid, international students, alumni, students with special needs, and the Student Body Association.
- Student Relations—address all non-academic grievances and other questions involving students.
- Associate Dean of Students, DIU: December 2013-June 2014 & July 2015-August 2015
- Transition periods into and from the Dean of Students position.
- Other large projects included documenting the Dean’s position, organizing the resources for creating a new school-wide website, overseeing the production of a four-part publicity video series, and preparing for the school’s first severely visually impaired student.
- Cultural Anthropology with Rob McKee at DIU: Fall 2012
- Research Methods in World Arts with Brian Schrag at DIU: Fall 2012
- Field Methods and Linguistic Analysis with Michael Boutin at DIU: Fall 2011
- Principles of Grammatical Analysis (Part 2) with Michael Boutin at DIU: Fall 2011
- Literacy Megacourse with Diana Weber, Mary Morgan, Kristine Trammell, and Juanita Watters at SIL, University of North Dakota: Summer 2011
- Language and Society with Lynn Landweer at DIU: Spring 2011
- Second Language and Culture Acquisition (SLACA) with Cindy Blood at DIU: Fall 2010
T.E.S.O.L. Teaching Internships:
- Micha Reizer Junior High School, Rishon LeTzion, ISRAEL: September 2008-June 2009
- Avnei Hacoshen Junior High School, Rishon LeTzion, ISRAEL: September 2007-June 2008
- English education—worked with individuals, groups, and full classes; provided a wide range of lessons (reinforcing concepts, increasing spoken and written fluency, providing general enrichment through cross-cultural learning opportunities).
- Large-scale projects—year-long email exchange with students in the Netherlands, semi-staged play from readers’ theater, and specialized instruction for Ethiopian immigrants.
- Jacobus Fruytier Scholengemeenschap (JFSG), Apeldoorn, NL: August 2003-August 2007
- School-wide policy coordinator for all modern-language departments, 2006-2007.
- Music education—developing and implementing a bilingual music program for students ages 12-17, including multiple choral and instrumental program performances.
- English/bilingual education—teaching students ages 12-18, including lessons in the bilingual program as well as in the general Dutch classes.
- Cambridge First Certificate Exam teacher—100% student success rate (ages 14-15).
- English A2 International Baccalaureate instructor—visiting national/international workshops for the development and implementation of the program (students ages 15-18).
- Language Teacher of the Year (national award in The Netherlands), 2006
CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS, & INVITED SPEECHES
- Wycliffe USA Total It Up, Total Education, Explore Bible Translation, and other related events: lecturer/devotional speaker, 2011-present
- DIU Transform, speaker, musician, and/or small-group facilitator: Fall 2010-present
- Evangelical Missiological Society (EMS) South Central Regional Conference: “Internalization – New Frontiers in Learning Scripture” (April 1, 2023)
- Arise & Shine International Ministries, Super Sunday address: “Sound from the Nations – Psalm 67” (January 29, 2023)
- Quality of Translation Symposium: “Why Consider Genres?” (December 9, 2022)
- Psalms: Layer by Layer Contributors’ Meeting: “Psalm 9 in Four Versions” (October 17, 2022)
- Seed Company Orality Landscape of Practice: “Preparing for and Facilitating Internalization,” online webinar (January 11, 2022)
- Psalms: Layer by Layer Contributors’ Meeting: “Orality and Internalization” (November 15, 2021)
- SIL Eurasia Arts CoP: “Empowering Teams in Ethnoarts” (November 10, 2021)
- International Orality Network (ION) North American Regional conference: “Orality—How the Arts Connect” (video presentation, discussed live, October 15, 2021)
- Evangelical Missiological Society (EMS) National Conference: “Meaning in the Psalms (what we’ve been ___-ing)” (September 18, 2021) (new content cf. regional presentation)
- Oral Bible Translation Gathering: “Conversations on Translating the Psalms” (August 18, 2021)
- Global Consultation on Music and Missions (GCAMM) “The Psalms Alive Through Your Arts” (video, discussed live in two sessions, July 14-15, 2021)
- Seed Company Orality Landscape of Practice: “Non-Narrative Internalization,” online webinar (July 13, 2021)
- Montagu Barker Series at Oxford Centre for Mission Studies (OCMS): “Psalms across Cultures” (with Elizabeth Robar, April 20, 2021)
- Evangelical Missiological Society (EMS) South Central Regional Conference: “Meaning in the Psalms (what we’ve been ___-ing)” (March 6, 2021)
- DIU Academic Forum: “Laments as Artistic Expressions of Hope” (with Wendy Atkins, February 11, 2021)
- Oral Strategies Workshop (SIL, DIU, Cru/Jesus Film, Spoken Worldwide, and Seed Company): “Voice Performance,” online webinar (November 3, 2020)
- SIL Eurasia Arts CoP: “Internalizing Scripture Techniques,” online webinar (June 10, 2020)
- SIL Eurasia Arts CoP: “Psalms Across Cultures,” online webinar (February 12, 2020)
- Seed Company Orality Landscape of Practice: “Psalms Across Cultures,” online webinar (February 11, 2020)
- SIL Eurasia Arts CoP: “Are You Well Integrated? [On the Integration of Bible Translation with Arts/Scripture Engagement],” online webinar (January 8, 2020)
- SIL Storality CoP: “Psalms Across Cultures,” online webinar (December 12, 2019)
- Bible Translation Conference, co-presented with Joshua Harper: “Developing Multi-Layered Resources for the Psalms (and Beyond),” Dallas, TX (October 12, 2019)
- Evangelical Missiological Society (EMS) National Conference: Dallas, TX (September 14, 2019)
- Co-presented with Joshua Harper: “Processing Pain through Artistry: OT Poetry of Exile”
- Member of opening Arts Track panel
- International Media Summit: Waxhaw, NC (August 15, 2019)
- “Real Communication—Part 1 (The Big Picture),” video presented online
- “Real Communication—Part 2 (Nuts and Bolts),” video presented online
- Online Q&A session
- Colloquium on Hermeneutics and Translation Theory: Dallas, TX (June 19, 2019)
- Co-presented with Joshua Harper: “Developing Multi-Layered Resources for the Psalms (and Beyond)”
- Member of Scripture Engagement panel
- Christ the King women’s retreat: “Absorbing Scripture through the Arts,” DeSoto, TX (April 27, 2019)
- SIL Board and Executive Leadership Team poster session: “Real Communication Combines Bible Translation with Scripture Engagement to Transform Lives,” Dallas, TX (November 16, 2018)
- EMS National Conference: Dallas, TX (October 12, 2018)
- “stART smART: Finding Genres to Connect with Tough Audiences”
- Member of opening Arts Track panel
- SIL Eurasia Arts CoP, co-presented Eurasia Area Arts report with Justin Randolph, Jonathan B, and Rachel L, online webinar (October 11, 2018)
- SIL Global Scripture Access Services (GSAS) coordinator meeting: “Integrating BT & SE through Communication Genres,” Dallas, TX (September 20, 2018)
- Linguists and Friends, Transitioning, Encouraging, Relating (LAFTER)—SIL Area Linguistic Coordinators’ Annual Gathering: “stART smART: Communication Genres in BT & SE,” Dallas, TX (September 10, 2018)
- Christ the King women’s group: “Arts with God—Prayer in Scripture,” Duncanville, TX (September 8, 2018)
- Global Consultation on Music and Missions (GCoMM): Brackenhurst, Kenya (August 6-10, 2018)
- Co-organized a 5-session Practical Ethnoarts track with Robin Harris
- Presented workshop session: “A Chef’s Analogy”
- Guest presented for Wendy’s trauma healing session
- Co-hosted and served as panel member for roundtable on educational issues
- Presented in SIL meeting: “How Arts Specialists & Translation Teams Can Work Together to Spread the Word through Communication Genres”
- Co-facilitated GEN meetings and anniversary; provided overview of new website
- International Arts Leaders Team: “The Arts Consultant Model,” online presentation (July 10, 2018)
- SIL Oral Drafting Workshop: co-planner/lecturer, Dallas, TX (June 18-22, 2018)
- TAZI conference: co-leader for ethnoarts track with Justin Randolph, Beirut, Lebanon
(June 11-15, 2018)
- SIL Eurasia Arts CoP: “Organizing Your Toolbox, Finding the Right Tool for the Job—Putting Theory into Practice in Your Context,” online webinar (April 11, 2018)
- EMS National Conference: “Artistry & Theology Meet in Biblical Hebrew Poetry,” & sat on opening arts track panel, Dallas, TX (September 15, 2017)
- EMS Regional Conference: “Artistry & Theology Meet in Biblical Hebrew Poetry,” Dallas, TX (March 4, 2017)
- EMDC Conference: The Netherlands (March 29-April 5, 2017)
- lecturer for “Local Arts and Music Training Track”
- co-presented for GEN on ethnodoxology
- completed the Orality Overview with Simply the Story Training
- EMS National Conference: “Seeking Resonance through Local Arts: Case Studies from around the World,” Dallas, TX (October 14, 2016)
- World Evangelical Alliance (WEA)—Mission Commission: Member of Young Leaders’ Panel, Panama (October 3-7, 2016)
- TAZI conference: Istanbul, Turkey (June 13-17, 2016)
- Co-led the UBS Arts Working Group with Justin Randolph, producing a document with best practices in ethnoarts that also contributed to the TAZI arts webpage of resources
- Presented “Power Beyond Words: A Contextualized Christology”
- Presented “Can Jesus Followers Worship with Muslim Devotional Songs?”
- EMS National Conference: “Can Jesus Followers Worship with Muslim Devotional Songs?” Dallas, TX (September 15, 2015)
- Global Consultation on Music and Missions (GCoMM): Contributing member of “Intercultural Arts Leadership Preparation Roundtable,” The Empress Hotel in Chiang Mai, Thailand (July 7, 2015)
- Ek Sitara Inaugural Seminar: “A Journey into Konnakol”, Haggard Library, Plano, TX (Feb 1, 2014)
- DIU Academic Forum: “Exploring the Value of Bimusicality: A Journey into South Indian (Carnatic) Vocal Percussion,” Dallas, TX (Nov 7, 2013)
- Frost, Katie Hoogerheide, and Joshua L. Harper. 2022. “Processing Pain through Artistry: Old Testament Poetry of Exile and Ezekiel 19.” Journal of Language, Culture, and Religion 3:2, 17-30.
- Katie & Nyemuse. 2021. “Composing Lament—Finding Threads of Hope.” VIVID 11, published online [https://sway.office.com/cbDBiFiDV7z8n4KG?ref=Link].
- Hoogerheide, Katie, & Robin Harris. 2018. “Engaging the Arts in God’s Mission.” In Spirituality in Mission: Embracing the Lifelong Journey, Eds. John Amalraj, Geoffrey W. Hahn, William D. Taylor: Chapter 20, 167-176.
- Hoogerheide, Katie. 2016. Guest Editor with James R. Krabill: Arts & Orality Part 2: Equipping for Ministry, Orality Journal 5:2.
- Hoogerheide, Katie. 2016. “The Artful Presentation of a Contextualized Christology,” Orality Journal 5:1, 77-82.
- Hoogerheide, Katie. 2016. Guest Editor with James R. Krabill: Arts & Orality Part 1: Foundations & Applications, Orality Journal 5:1.
- Hoogerheide, Katie. “Exploring the Value of Bimusicality: A Journey into South Indian (Carnatic) Vocal Percussion,” Joint Conference of the AMS-Southwest Chapter & SEM-Southern Plains Chapter, published online http://ams-sw.org/Proceedings/AMS-SW_V3Spring2014Hoogerheide.pdf, The University of Texas at Austin.
- Hoogerheide, Katie. Jubilee (a compilation of live recordings—organ solos, duets, with brass, and with voices). Self published.
RELATED WORK/VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE:
- Pianist/organist/accompanist for events, services, soloists, and choirs, 1997-present.
- Euphonium solo/ensemble/brass quintet, 2001-present.
- Worship leader/musician (keys, vocal, percussion): DIU Transform, 2010-present; ISHQ, 2012-2014; Wycliffe USA TIU, 2011-2012; EMS National Conference, 2015-2016.
- Global Forum on Arts and Christian Faith: Associate Editor, 2016-2020; Editorial Consultant, 2021-2023.
- Chaplain’s assistant, DIU: Spring 2013. Volunteer chapel coordinator 2011-2012. Continued assistance with speaking and coordinating services, 2013-2022.
- Bible Translation Conference: assisting with volunteer organization, 2019; online session moderator, 2021; discussion group leader for “Psalms projects,” 2021.
- EMS Conference: coffee break food and service team coordinator, 2015-2018 national, 2017-2018 regional; facilitated “Voices” lunch, 2016 national; online session moderator, 2021 national.
- Perspectives National Virtual Class, breakout room facilitator and co-presenter for DIU/BT-world spotlight, 2021.
- Psalms Creators Group: organizer, 2019.
- Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra Instrument Petting Zoo (Kalamazoo, MI, USA): docent/leader, 2009-2013.
- ESL Conversations at Dallas Baptist University (Dallas, TX, USA): 2010-2011.
- El Sol Elementary English-Spanish Bilingual School (Kalamazoo, MI, USA): assisted in all classrooms and coordinated school-wide interdisciplinary project, January-May 2010.
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