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Photo of Martin Bergee
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Professor of Music Education and Music Therapy, Emphasis: Instrumental Music Education
785-864-9746
Murphy Hall, Rm. 400
Photo of Cynthia Colwell
Professor of Music Education & Music Therapy, Director of Music Therapy
785-864-9635
Murphy Hall, Rm. 432
Photo of Jacob Dakon
Assistant Professor of Music Education & Music Therapy, Emphasis: String Music Education
785-864-4518
Murphy Hall, Rm. 218
Photo of James Daugherty
Associate Professor of Choral/Vocal Pedagogy, Director of Graduate Studies in Music Education & Music Therapy
785-864-9637
Murphy Hall, Rm. 448 D
Photo of Abbey Dvorak
Assistant Professor of Music Education & Music Therapy, Emphasis: Music Therapy
785-864-9636
Murphy Hall, Rm. 448 C
Robert Foster
Professor of Music Education & Music Therapy, Emphasis: Instrumental Music Education
785-864-3326
Murphy Hall, Rm. 408
Photo of Deanna Hanson-Abromeit
Assistant Professor of Music Education & Music Therapy, Emphasis: Music Therapy
785-864-9632
Murphy Hall, Rm. 448 A
Photo of Debra Hedden
Professor of Music Education & Music Therapy, Director of Music Education, Emphasis: General Music Education
785-864-9638
Murphy Hall, Rm. 448 J
Photo of Christopher Johnson
Professor of Music Education & Music Therapy, Division Director of Music Education & Music Therapy, Emphasis: Instrumental Music Education
785-864-9633
Murphy Hall, Rm. 410
Photo of Dena Register
Associate Professor of Music Education & Music Therapy, Emphasis: Music Therapy
785-864-9634
Murphy Hall, Rm. 448 B

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Music students present hundreds of public concerts every year
Students perform in KU choirs, concert bands, pep bands, ensembles, symphony orchestra, and jazz combos
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One of 34 U.S. public institutions in the prestigious Association of American Universities
26 prestigious Rhodes Scholars — more than all other Kansas colleges combined
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