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Assistant Professor Cynthia Lee presents paper in Singapore

Cynthia Ling Lee will present a paper, “Homeland as Beloved: Translating Viraha for (Post)colonial Contexts,” at the World Dance Alliance Asia-Pacific Conference at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore, from October 16-18, 2015.

K. Brandon Ironside to serve as Assistant Professor

DMA candidate K. Brandon Ironside was recently offered the position of Assistant Professor of Violin, a full-time teaching position, at Bob Jones University in Greenville, South Carolina. Brandon is excited to embark upon this next phase of his journey.

Music Education keeps the research–and the publishing–going.

Congratulations go to Christen Mack (below left) and Mark Dillon, both and PhD students, as well as Dr. Rebecca MacLeod (left) in the Music Education (MUE) Department. They recently learned their article, titled “Tradition bearers as educators: A multi-case study of the teaching behaviors and beliefs of three old-time musicians”, went into print and is … Continued

UNCG Dances in the Heart of Italy

Department Head and Professor of Dance Janet Lilly traveled with fourteen UNCG dancers to Italy in late July. “Dancing in the Heart of Italy” was a a two week long study abroad opportunity, giving the students a chance to learn in residence at the Pieve International School located near the … Continued

Life and Legacy of Jan Van Dyke Celebrated

Family, friends, students, and members of the community gathered at the UNCG Dance Theater on August 22nd, 2015, to celebrate the life and contributions of Dr. Jan Van Dyke. The former Department Head and Professor Emerita of Dance at UNCG passed away on July 3rd, 2015. Presenters at the memorial included … Continued

Music Education and Psychology partner for publication

“Openness to experience and auditory discrimination ability in music: An investment approach” was published in the most recent issue of Psychology of Music. The article was co-authored by several faculty members from UNCG’s Music Education (MUE) and Psychology (PSY) departments.  Psychology department authors included Paul Silvia (PSY faculty member), and Emily Nusbaum … Continued

UNCG SMTD Dances in Italy, July 16 – August 4

UNCG Professor of Dance, Janet Lilly, will take 14 UNCG dancers to Italy in July 2015. They will be in residence July 16-August 4, 2015 at the Pieve International School situated near the historical Medieval hill town of Corciano, in the Umbrian region of Italy. Umbria is often referred to … Continued