Associate Dean for Institutional Research, Planning and Effectiveness
Currently serving as Associate Dean for Institutional Research, Planning and Effectiveness for Meadows School of the Arts, Corinna Nash-Wnuk previously spent eight years overseeing undergraduate and graduate admission and financial aid for the Meadows School. Drawing upon her own experience as a performing artist and administrator, and driven by her passion for combining data-driven strategies with a student-centered approach, Nash-Wnuk led the Meadows School to reach many of its enrollment goals while serving in the post of Associate Dean for Admission and Enrollment Management.
Nash-Wnuk received her degrees from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, where she also served as associate instructor of flute and earned the prestigious Performer’s Certificate. She then spent a decade pursuing performing and administrative endeavors. As a flutist, Nash-Wnuk held tenured positions with the Evansville and Columbus philharmonics and won top prizes at the Frank Bowen Young Artist, Kingsville International and Mid-Atlantic Young Artist competitions. Concurrently, she directed music admissions at DePauw University, where her comprehensive approach to achieve ambitious enrollment goals facilitated a 76 percent increase in the DePauw School of Music student body within her first four years at the school.
In her spare time, she is an avid Bikram yoga practitioner and also enjoys swimming, Zumba and taking road trips.