Christine Bergeron graduated from Florida State University with a Master's of Fine Arts degree in Choreography in Performance. She also has a BA in Dance from the University of Akron and is certified in Pilates. While attending and teaching as adjunct faculty at FSU she was rehearsal director for Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, Director of Urban Bush Women. Between her undergraduate and graduate work she taught at the Palm Beach County School of the Arts. There she taught a variety of technique and lecture courses. She was co-director, choreographer and dancer of Women's Dance Project while in Tallahassee, Florida. Currently she serves as the Director of Dance here at TAMU and is co-artistic director of the Armstrong/Bergeron Dance Company (ABDC). Her work has been presented in New York, California, Illinois, Florida, Ohio, Texas and Mexico.
Publications (journal articles, books, book chapters)*
1. Armstrong, C., Bergeron, C., Boucher, T., Hanik, K. & Greenwood, M. (Summer 2016). Effectiveness of Rotator Discs on Functional Turnout of College Ballet Dancers. National Dance Society Journal.
2. Bergeron, C, Armstrong, C, Boucher, T, Byrne, K and Greenwood, M. Effectiveness of Rotator Discs on Functional Turnout of Collegiate Ballet Dancers. National Dance Society Journal. 2016:1(1), 18-24.
* Publication was joint-authored with students
College of Education and Human Development Grants and Contracts (Former)
2014/09/01 - 2016/08/31
Total Funding: 119,660.
KDH-Green Piece. (PI)
TAMU Visual and Performing Arts (State)
2009/09/01 - 2009/12/31
Total Funding: 4,000.
College of Education and Human Development Grants and ContractsNo current grants/contracts
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Professional Leadership/Service (State)
(2013). Dance Wellness Chair. Texas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance
(2011). Texas Association. Texas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance
(2005). Chair for Dance Performance. TAHPERD
(2012). College Dance Teacher of the Year. Texas Association for Physical Education, Recreation and Dance
(2001). Plaudit Award. Dance Arts Society