Carisa Armstrong, MFA

PEAP Coordinator


Photos by Joel Hauserman and Igor Kraguljac


Carisa Armstrong is a Clinical Associate Professor and the Dance Coordinator for the Physical Education Activity Program (PEAP). She holds a MFA in Dance from Case Western Reserve University and a  Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science with Secondary Teacher Certification in Dance from Texas State University. She has had the honor of performing works by Erick Hawkins, Diane Gray, Peter DiMuro, Kathy Dunn Hamrick, Louis Kavouras, Richard Dickenson, Jane Weiner, and Karen Potter. Carisa is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Dance Program at Texas A&M University where she teaches a variety of technique courses, choreographs on students, performs her own works and those of guest artists, and serves as the Costumer for the Dance Program. She also currently serves as the Director for The Academy for Visual and Performing Arts for TAMU and Co-Artistic Director for the Brazos Dance Collective, a professional dance company in residence at TAMU.