|PhD||Music Theory and History||University of Connecticut||2014|
|Master of Music||Flute Preformance||George Mason University||2003|
|BA||Flute Preformance||Lebanon Valley College||2002|
|BS||Music Education||Lebanon Valley College||2001|
Dr. Kate Sekula is an associate professor of music and music department coordinator at The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma where she teaches the music theory core as well as interdisciplinary courses. Her research interests are in music theory pedagogy, interdisciplinary studies, and computer programming. She recently presented posters regarding the creation of online educational resources at Pedagogy into Practice: Teaching Music Theory in the Twenty-First Century in both 2017 and 2019 and presented her dissertation research on utilizing computer programming to analyze solo flute music atMathematics and Computation in Music in London in June 2015. She is published in the conference proceedings Mathematics and Computation in Music, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 9110, 2015. Dr. Sekula is the president of the Oklahoma Music Theory Roundtable, the representative for 4-year public institutions for the Oklahoma Association of Music Schools, and is a board member of the Oklahoma Alliance for Arts Education. She is the author of Music Theory OER, a YouTube music theory curriculum. Dr. Sekula holds a Ph.D. in music theory and history from The University of Connecticut.