Teresa Lyons-Hegdahl

Associate Professor, Theater Department Chair

651-690-6683

tflyonshegdahl@stkate.edu

Master of Fine Arts, Acting/Voice
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, Magna Cum Laude, 1986

Program Director of Theater/Associate Professor, St. Catherine University, 2016–Present

Program Director of Theater/Assistant Professor, St. Catherine University, 2009–2016

Lyons-Hegdahl, T. & Otto, E. (2015). "Conveying Meaning as an American Sign Language Interpreter." ASL Senior Salon

Lyons-Hegdahl, T. (2015). "Effective Oral Communication: Maximizing Non-verbal Choices." LEAD Leadership Conference

Lyons-Hegdahl, T. (2014). "Executive Communication Practices." Target Corporation--Virgina

Lyons-Hegdahl, T. (2014). "Communicating as a Leader." Target-New York Regional meeting

Lyons-Hegdahl, T. (2014). "Maximizing the Role of University Ambassador." St. Catherine University Admissions Ambassador Training

Lyons-Hegdahl, T. (2013). "Finding Character Voice: Insights into Areas of choice through the lens of Stanislavski's method." Communication Theater Association of Minnesota

Lyons-Hegdahl, T. (2013). "The Communication Detective: Unlocking What Shapes Perceptions." Leadership Perspectives--Wells Fargo

Lyons-Hegdahl, T. (2013). "Communicating Effectively: Authentic Messaging." MN DAK AAA

Lyons-Hegdahl, T. (2013). "Communicating Impactful Messages." TTS Corporate Systems Training Seminar

Lyons-Hegdahl, T. (2013). "The Communication Detective." St. Catherine Leadership Institute

Lyons-Hegdahl, T. (2013). "A Leader's Voice: Shaping Effective Messages." Target Corporation Regional Team Lead Meeting

Lyons-Hegdahl, T. (2012). "Creating Character Through Movement." Communication Theater Association of MN. Annual Conference

Lyons-Hegdahl, T. (2012). "The Communication Detective: Unlocking What Shapes Others' Perceptions of You." MN Society of CPA's

Lyons-Hegdahl, T. (2012). "Communicating Effectively: Shaping Messages." Asian Business Council

Lyons-Hegdahl, T. (2012). "The Communication Detective: Unlocking What Shapes Others' Perceptions of You." 15th Annual Leadership Challenge Conference