Dr. Nancy KingSanders

         Recently appointed Associate Vice President for Student Success, Dr. Nancy KingSanders, has been a professor at Texas A&M University-Kingsville for the past 17 years.  Before being selected as Associate Vice President for Student Success, she has held positions at Texas A&M University-Kingsville as Interim Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies, where she implemented a new admission procedure to greatly increase graduate admissions. Prior to her appointment as Interim Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies, she was selected as the Administrative Intern for the Office of the Provost, where she expanded dual enrollment and assisted with SACS substantive change reports. Other administrative appointments include President of the Kingsville Symphony Orchestra Board, chair of the Texas A&M University-Kingsville Undergraduate Program Review Committee, President of the Kingsville Music Club, and Chair of the Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestra players committee.


As a professor of music at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, Nancy KingSanders was highly effective in establishing student success with effective recruiting strategies, national recognition as a woodwind pedagogue, and successful placement of her students who had graduated. 

In addition to Dr. KingSanders’ position as professor of music, she also served as the principal clarinetist in the Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestra since 1994, performing Debussy’s Premiere Rhapsody as a featured soloist in the 2010-2011 season.  As a pedagogue, she frequently has presented woodwind instructional seminars at Texas Music Educators Association Conventions, while writing pedagogical articles about the woodwinds for The Instrumentalist Journal. Dr. KingSanders also served as a consultant and adjudicator for schools throughout Texas.

Nancy KingSanders’ goal as an educator or administrator is to promote life-long learning for students and to ensure their success.

This page was last updated on: April 13, 2016