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Michael K. Schoenecke

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Texas Tech University

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Texas Tech University

3601 4Th Street Room #2A206

Lubbock, Texas,79430

United States

Company Description

About Texas Tech University: Texas Tech University is a major comprehensive research university located in western Texas. The Bob L. Herd Department of Petroleum Engineering at TTU supports the mission of the university and the college through its undergraduat...more

Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director

Popular Culture Association


Coeditor

All-Stars


Associate Professor

English


President

PCAS GmbH


Affiliations

Southwest Popular/American Culture Association

Co-Founder


Society for American Music

Board of Trustees Member


Education

Ph.D.


Web References(52 Total References)


Early History | Southwest Popular/American Culture Association

southwestpca.org [cached]

Program Chair for the meeting was Michael K. Schoenecke, and Lynnea Chapman King served as the conference host.
The Holiday Inn at Lubbock was the location of the annual meeting with hosting shared by Jill Talbot and Lynnea Chapman King and with Michael K. Schoenecke as supervisor. Michael K. Schoenecke (Texas Tech), served as local arrangements and program chair for this meeting, joined by Presidents Jeanne Ellinger (Southwest PCA) and Kenneth Davis (Texas PCA).


People | Southwest Popular/American Culture Association

southwestpca.org [cached]

Michael K. Schoenecke was a Director of the meetings and stayed in the region to provide increased and continuous leadership over the years.
"Peter took me to Amarillo in 1992 to my first Southwest PCA meeting where I met Mike Schoenecke, Diana Cox, and many others who were active in Texas/Southwest regional chapter of PCA/ACA. In 2002, when Peter had his first heart attack, Susan still conducted the planning and structure for the meeting without attending it, with the able help of the aforementioned Michael Schoenecke, and additional help of Phil Heldrich, Ken Dvorak, Leslie Fife, Deb Carmichael, Brad Duren and many others. Michael K. Schoenecke Schoenecke has been a teacher at Texas Tech since 1981. For the last five years, he has been the Secretary/Treasurer of this organization and has hosted four conferences in Lubbock, Texas, the home of Texas Tech and the 1999 Albuquerque meeting. Much of our success in the Albuquerque meetings has stemmed from the reliable, hard-working efforts of Schoenecke. He is up at 5:00a.m. each day, rolling AV carts out of his room and down the hall to the elevators. With his trusty AV schedule in hand, he places the right equipment in the rooms to get the day started and then briefs his helpers about the coming responsibilities. Nervous presenters approach him while he maintains his cool - even when they argue for equipment that is already in their room for their use. He has dealt with the hotels and staff, and his low-key, friendly - but efficient - manner has been one of the keys to success for our meetings.


People

www.swtxpca.org [cached]

Michael K. Schoenecke
"Peter took me to Amarillo in 1992 to my first Southwest PCA meeting where I met Mike Schoenecke, Diana Cox, and many others who were active in Texas/Southwest regional chapter of PCA/ACA. In 2002, when Peter had his first heart attack, Susan still conducted the planning and structure for the meeting without attending it, with the able help of the aforementioned Michael Schoenecke, and additional help of Phil Heldrich, Ken Dvorak, Leslie Fife, Deb Carmichael, Brad Duren and many others. Michael K. Schoenecke Schoenecke has been a teacher at Texas Tech since 1981. For the last five years, he has been the Secretary/Treasurer of this organization and has hosted four conferences in Lubbock, Texas, the home of Texas Tech and the 1999 Albuquerque meeting. Much of our success in the Albuquerque meetings has stemmed from the reliable, hard-working efforts of Schoenecke. He is up at 5:00a.m. each day, rolling AV carts out of his room and down the hall to the elevators. With his trusty AV schedule in hand, he places the right equipment in the rooms to get the day started and then briefs his helpers about the coming responsibilities. Nervous presenters approach him while he maintains his cool - even when they argue for equipment that is already in their room for their use. He has dealt with the hotels and staff, and his low-key, friendly - but efficient - manner has been one of the keys to success for our meetings.


Sara K. Schneider's Books

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- Michael Schoenecke, Texas Tech University


People | Southwest Popular/American Culture Association

southwestpca.org [cached]

Michael K. Schoenecke was a Director of the meetings and stayed in the region to provide increased and continuous leadership over the years.
"Peter took me to Amarillo in 1992 to my first Southwest PCA meeting where I met Mike Schoenecke, Diana Cox, and many others who were active in Texas/Southwest regional chapter of PCA/ACA. In 2002, when Peter had his first heart attack, Susan still conducted the planning and structure for the meeting without attending it, with the able help of the aforementioned Michael Schoenecke, and additional help of Phil Heldrich, Ken Dvorak, Leslie Fife, Deb Carmichael, Brad Duren and many others. Michael K. Schoenecke Schoenecke has been a teacher at Texas Tech since 1981. For the last five years, he has been the Secretary/Treasurer of this organization and has hosted four conferences in Lubbock, Texas, the home of Texas Tech and the 1999 Albuquerque meeting. Much of our success in the Albuquerque meetings has stemmed from the reliable, hard-working efforts of Schoenecke. He is up at 5:00a.m. each day, rolling AV carts out of his room and down the hall to the elevators. With his trusty AV schedule in hand, he places the right equipment in the rooms to get the day started and then briefs his helpers about the coming responsibilities. Nervous presenters approach him while he maintains his cool - even when they argue for equipment that is already in their room for their use. He has dealt with the hotels and staff, and his low-key, friendly - but efficient - manner has been one of the keys to success for our meetings.


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