The University of Texas at Austin
Austin, Texas 78712
United States
512-471-3434
http://www.utexas.edu/

Like the state it calls home, The University of Texas at Austin is a bold, ambitious leader. Ranked among the biggest and best research universities in the country, UT Austin is home to more than 51,000 students and 3,000 teaching faculty. Together they are working to change the world through groundbreaking research and cutting-edge teaching and learning techniques. Here, tradition and innovation blend seamlessly to provide students with a robust collegiate experience. Amid the backdrop of Austin, Texas, a city recognized for its creative and entrepreneurial spirit, the university provides a place to explore countless opportunities for tomorrow’s artists, scientists, athletes, doctors, entrepreneurs and engineers.

The mission of The University of Texas at Austin is to achieve excellence in the interrelated areas of undergraduate education, graduate education, research and public service. The university provides superior and comprehensive educational opportunities at the baccalaureate through doctoral and special professional educational levels.

The university contributes to the advancement of society through research, creative activity, scholarly inquiry and the development of new knowledge. The university preserves and promotes the arts, benefits the state’s economy, serves the citizens through public programs and provides other public service.

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Jack W. Stamps

Jack W Stamps is the Coordinator for Music and Sound for the Center For Arts and Entertainment Technologies within the University of Texas’ College of Fine Arts. In the CAET, he teaches courses in entertainment technology, music technology and the of writing popular and commercial styles. He received his D.M.A. in composition, with emphasis in music technology, from UT Austin in 2010. He was an Assistant Professor of Music Composition and Technology at Seton Hall University from 2011 to 2013, where he designed and implemented a new program in music technology. In addition to his work as a traditional composer, he has completed numerous albums, remixes and other productions under the name MC Debris and has composed a substantial number works for music licensing companies in New York and Los Angeles. He is currently working on an MC Debris album that explores the intersection of Golden Age entertainment biographies and MTV-era pop styles.