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Chemistry Professor

University of Charleston

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University of Charleston

2300 MACCORKLE AVE SE

Charleston, West Virginia,25304

United States

Company Description

About University of Charleston West Virginia - The mission of the University of Charleston is to educate each student for a life of productive work, enlightened living and community involvement. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Professor of Chemistry

West Virginia University Institute of Technology


Affiliations

Almost Heaven Dulcimer Club

Founding Member


Education

Ph.D.

Chemistry

University of Cincinnati


Web References(26 Total References)


KMW Winter Dulcimer Weekend

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Dave Haas
DAVE HAAS lives in Charleston, WV and has been playing the mountain dulcimer since 1990. He teaches dulcimer in both private and group settings, and was the founding member of the "Almost Heaven Dulcimer Club" in Charleston. Dave loves to share the mountain dulcimer and its history with schools, churches, civic organizations, and has even brought the dulcimer to those in prison! Dave has taught and performed with the dulcimer in fourteen states and is a popular instructor at dulcimer festivals. He is known for his gentle and enthusiastic teaching style. Dave has released seven dulcimer instructional book/CDs, four instrumental dulcimer CDs, and a popular dulcimer chord chart. Dave also enjoys teaching science as a Chemistry Professor at the University of Charleston. One of his favorite teaching activities is to sing chemistry songs (on dulcimer and guitar) with his students. In addition, Dave plays the guitar, sings, and enjoys leading music on Christian retreat experiences such as Kairos Prison Ministry, The Walk To Emmaus, Cursillo, and Teens Encounter Christ (TEC).


KMW Winter Dulcimer Weekend

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Dave Haas
Dave Haas lives in Charleston, WV and has been playing the mountain dulcimer since 1990. He teaches dulcimer in both private and group settings, and was the founding member of the "Almost Heaven Dulcimer Club" in Charleston. Dave loves to share the mountain dulcimer and its history with schools, churches, civic organizations, and has even brought the dulcimer to those in prison! Dave has taught and performed with the dulcimer in fourteen states and is a popular instructor at dulcimer festivals. He is known for his gentle and enthusiastic teaching style. Dave has released seven dulcimer instructional book/CDs, four instrumental dulcimer CDs, and a popular dulcimer chord chart. Dave also enjoys teaching science as a Chemistry Professor at the University of Charleston. One of his favorite teaching activities is to sing chemistry songs (on dulcimer and guitar) with his students. In addition, Dave plays the guitar, sings, and enjoys leading music on Christian retreat experiences such as Kairos Prison Ministry, The Walk To Emmaus, Cursillo, and Teens Encounter Christ (TEC).


Meet the Instructors | Ferrum College’s Crooked Road Dulcimer Festival

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David Haas
Dave Haas for 2015 web site Dave Haas lives in Charleston, WV, and has been playing the mountain dulcimer since 1990. He teaches dulcimer in both private and group settings and was the founding member of the "Almost Heaven Dulcimer Club" in Charleston. Dave loves to share the mountain dulcimer and its history with schools, churches, and civic organizations, and he has even brought the dulcimer to those in prison! A well-known instructor and performer at dulcimer festivals, Dave has taught and performed with the dulcimer in sixteen states. He is known for his gentle, fun, and enthusiastic teaching style. Dave has released seven dulcimer instructional book/CDs, four instrumental dulcimer CDs, and a popular dulcimer chord chart. Dave also enjoys teaching science as a Chemistry Professor at the University of Charleston. One of his favorite teaching activities is to sing chemistry songs (on dulcimer and guitar) with his students. In addition, Dave plays the guitar, sings, and enjoys leading music on Christian retreat experiences such as Kairos Prison Ministry, The Walk To Emmaus, Cursillo, and Teens Encounter Christ (TEC).


Dulci-More Concert Series

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Dave Haas on Friday, March 22 at
Dave Haas Concert Dave Haas lives in Dave has taught and performed with the dulcimer in ten states and is a popular instructor at dulcimer festivals. Dave also plays the guitar and sings He has released six dulcimer instructional book/CDs, four instrumental dulcimer CDs, and a popular dulcimer chord chart. Dave performs solo and with Bob Webb as a musical duo. Dave also released What a Wonderful World and Going Home , featuring Bob Webb and Dave's son, Mark Haas. Dave also enjoys teaching science as a Chemistry Professor at the University of Charleston. One of his favorite teaching activities is to sing chemistry songs (on dulcimer and guitar) with his students. In addition, Dave plays the guitar, sings, and enjoys leading music on Christian retreat experiences such as Kairos Prison Ministry, The Walk To Emmaus, Cursillo, and Teens Encounter Christ ( TEC ). In addition to the concert, Dave will also be giving mountain dulcimer workshops on Saturday, March 23 throughout the day. He plans to offer three hour and a half workshops throughout the day as described below.


KMW Artists

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Dave Haas
Dave Haas lives in Charleston, WV, and loves to perform and teach others how to play the mountain dulcimer! He has been playing the dulcimer since 1990, and loves to share the mountain dulcimer and its history with schools, churches, and civic organizations. He has even brought dulcimer music to those in prison! Dave also plays the guitar, sings, and leads music on Christian retreat experiences such as Kairos Prison Ministry, The Walk To Emmaus, Cursillo, and Teens Encounter Christ. Dave has released three dulcimer CDs, four dulcimer instruction/CD workbooks, and a popular dulcimer chord chart. Dave also enjoys teaching science as a Chemistry Professor at the University of Charleston. One of his favorite activities is to sing chemistry songs (some on dulcimer) with his students!


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