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M.S. Acoustics, Pennsylvania State University, 1981
B.A. American Studies, University of Notre Dame, 1976

Societies and Service:

National Council of Acoustical Consultants, President (2002-2004) 

Technical Committee on Architectural Acoustics, Chair (2001-2004)

Acoustical Society of America, Fellow (elected 2003)
American Federation of Teachers, Member (1987-2007)

Audio Engineering Society, Member (1981-present) 

Institute of Noise Control Engineering, Board Certified Member (1985-present)

National Council of Acoustical Consultants, Board of Directors (1992-present)
College of Fellows, Chair (2009-present)

Tony Hoover offers thirty seven years of acoustical consulting experience, serving as Principal Consultant on over 2,000 projects of almost every conceivable type. He has served as expert witness from Federal District Court to US Congressional Hearing. He was Assistant Professor at Berklee College of Music for 20 years with over 3,000 students, and taught at Harvard, MIT, Boston Architectural Center, Wentworth, Northeastern, Emerson,  SCI-Arc, for AIA, ASHRAE, AES, USITT, among others. Tony has chaired numerous technical sessions on architectural and musical acoustics, and was on the working group responsible for ANSI's "Classroom Acoustics Standard", S-12.60.  He received the Theodore John Schultz Grant for further development of his textbook, “An Appreciation of Acoustics”, and has received numerous design awards for architectural acoustics including the 2019 Laymon N. Miller Award for Excellence in Acoustical Consulting.

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