Kate Sekula Assistant Professor of Music, Music Department Coordinator
Since earning her Ph.D. in music theory and history from the University of Connecticut in 2014, Dr. Sekula has been a full-time faculty member with the department of music at USAO where she teaches the music theory curriculum and conducts the concert band. Sekula also serves as the coordinator for the department of music. She has previously earned Bachelor’s degrees in music education and flute performance from Lebanon Valley College and a Master’s of Music in flute performance from George Mason University.
- PhD Music Theory and History, University of Connecticut, 2014
- Master of Music, Flute Performance, George Mason University, 2003
- BA, Flute Performance, Lebanon Valley College, 2002
- BS, Music Education, Lebanon Valley College, 2001
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