Faculty Spotlight

Robert Hussa
Music Professor
Robert Hussa
Bob has been on the faculty at CWC since 1980; longer than any other instructor, and was instrumental in the planning of the Robert A. Peck Arts Center, built in 1983.

"I'm very excited to work with my students, and they are a joy every day," he says.
He teaches jazz and concert choirs, music theory and private voice and guitar lessons.  He also teaches audio engineering for the theater, recording and live sound. The college has a recording studio on campus.

"I try to tie most classroom activities with real world experiences – lots of performance."

Before joining the CWC faculty, Bob was a professional voice in studio and opera. He also has years of experience as a piano service technician and professional audio engineer.

He is a member of the Wyoming Music Educators Association and the American Choral Directors Association. In his spare time, he enjoys woodworking, water and snow skiing. He's also a big fan of the beach.

He is an advisor to the Music Club and Delta Psi Omega, the student theater organization.

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