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Faculty Travel the Globe

Written by Fuse Staff
3/21/2013

Saxophone professor Steve Mauk

Members of IC faculty are always sharing their knowledge, expertise, and research at conferences around the world. These are some of the faculty who have been traveling the globe recently:

Screen studies professor Patricia Zimmermann gave two lectures in Hong Kong as part of a U.S. State Department initiative to foster cultural exchange and understanding.

Saxophone professor Steve Mauk taught master classes and performed in four concerts in conservatories across China.

Assistant theatre arts professor Kathleen Mulligan traveled to Islamabad to continue her Fulbright work empowering women through voice.

Music professor and conductor Jeffery Meyer traveled to St. Petersburg, Russia, to lead the St. Petersburg Chamber Philharmonic in its sixth appearance at the International Sound Ways Festival. Assistant professor Nicholas DiEugenio joined Meyer in Russia for a violin concerto.



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