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2015 | CFAMC's Composer of the Month - May, Christian Fellowship of Art Music Composers | month-long internet webcast of biography, artistic statement, and music samples.

2014/2015 | ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) "ASCAP PLUS Award" for Composition, Concert/Symphonic Music Division ( 14th consecutive annual cash award since 2001 ).

2009 | 2nd Place ALBUM AWARD (Just Plain Folks Music Awards, Nashville, TN) -- "60x60 (2004-2005)" (Vox Novus Label, NYC) category = experimental | 2nd Place from 42,000 albums.

2006 - 2008 | National Advisory Committee for Composition, College Music Society, USA.

2007 | College Music Society 2007 International Conference Program Committee & Chair of Composition Selections, Thailand.

2005 - 2007 | Campus Representative (College Music Society for the University of North Texas).

2007 | Marquis Who's Who in America (61st edition, 2007).

2001 - 2007 | Board of Directors, Appointee for Composition (3rd consecutive two-year terms), College Music Society South Central Chapter (Texas, Oklahoma & Arkansas).

2005 & 2007 | Marquis Who's Who of American Women (24th edition, 2005 | 25th edition, 2007).

2003 - 2007 | Editorial Board, the College Music Society South Central on-line Journal.

2002 - 2007 | Officer, Pi Kappa Lambda Music Honor Society, Alpha Alpha Chapter.

2006 | Lynn Job's Arcangelo Red (rhapsody for solo violin) entered to the 2006 Pulitzer Prize in Music "music premiere" category. (violinist Stéphane Tran Ngoc)

2006 | Marquis Who's Who in the World (23rd edition, 2006).

2005 | Co-featured composer (with Adrienne Albert), 5 works each for Lifting the Veil IV - Chamber Music Concert (benefitting women's charities in Sacramento) May 5-6, California State Univ. Sacramento | invited residency with professional faculty, area musicians and community groups.

2005 | Lifetime Appointment | Sigma Alpha Iota Composers Bureau (recognizing professional American composers of high merit).

2005 | CFAMC's Composer of the Month - July, Christian Fellowship of Art Music Composers | month-long internet webcast of "Armiger's Gate," "Two Sacred Motets in the Style of the 16th Century."

2004 | Nomination by her readers - for Texas Poet Laureate.

2003 | Selected composer for Women Composer's Showcase (Sigma Alpha Iota Philanthropies, Inc.) November, New Jersey City University, as featured in Panpipes, Winter 2004.

2003 | Featured composer for Jubilantly Job! Music Festival (celebrating the work of composer Lynn Job) February 7-9, Univ. of Central Oklahoma & City of Edmond (18 works presented with special composer residency).

2002 | Dedicatee for a new hymn by composer Carson Cooman and Lyricist Mary Louise Bringle: In the Garden.

2001 | Composer Assistance Program Award (AKA Margaret Fairbank Jory Copying Assistance Award, for "Eulogy for St. John" (12 trumpets), The American Music Center.

1999 (April-May) | Invited Writer-in-Residence, Salmon Publishing, Cliffs of Moher, Co. Clare, Ireland.

1982-1990 | Competitative Academic Music Scholarships College of Music, University of North Texas: Composition David Schimmel Award (3 times) | Pi Kappa Lambda for Composition (Alpha Alpha chapter, 2 times). Denton, Texas.

1989 | Pi Kappa Lambda Scholarly Writing Award Woodshed Lithograph: Farwell's Last and Tragic Hope, Alpha Alpha chapter, unpublished paper, cash award. UNT, Denton, Texas.

1976 | Bank of America Achievement Award in Fine Arts Southern California Division, Place Finalist, cash award.

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