Barbara Dyer currently teaches graduate and undergraduate voice science courses at the University of Southern California. She also teaches diction and core curriculum courses at Loyola Marymount University. Previously tenured as an assistant professor at Moorhead State University in Minnesota, Dr. Dyer now maintains a private studio at her home. Interested in vocal science and new technology that allows greater understanding of the scientific workings of the voice, she uses VoceVista and Madde acoustic software to demonstrate vocal resonance strategies. Recently invited to give a lecture entitled “Assembling My Vocal Team: Who and Why” for the Osborne Head and Neck Institute, she was previously invited to give lecture/demonstration and master class Taipei, Taiwan, at the Teacher’s Educational University in 2012. She sponsored the first West Coast VoceVista Symposium at Loyola Marymount University in 2011 and was a featured speaker on computer technology in vocal development at the annual convention of the Music Teachers Association of California in 2010. Dr. Dyer has written articles for the Journal of Singing and VOICEPrints: The Official Journal of NYSTA. She earned the Distinguished Voice Professional certificate from the New York Singing Teachers Association (NYSTA) after completing the Oren Lathrop Brown Professional Development Program.