2020 ePosters

For the 2020 National Conferences, posters will be displayed electronically via a platform called The Learning Toolbox by Kubify. This software allows authors to present their research or topic with a visual display supplemented by videos, images, audio examples, documents, surveys, weblinks, and more. 

Attendees may opt to engage with ePoster authors via the software’s built-in chat function (to post questions or comments, users must either login via social media or create a free local account). Additionally, when one marks posters using the “favorite” function, they will be notified of ongoing discussion related to those posters.

View this year’s posters. Attendees are encouraged to explore posters in advance of the conference. During the program, authors will be available according to the following schedule to interact with attendees regarding their work.  


POSTER PRESENTATION SCHEDULE 

** All events are listed in Eastern Daylight Time

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9

1:15–2:00 p.m. 
Poster Session I
Moderator: Claire Grellier (University of Miami)

Utilizing Music Technology to Develop Your Online Image for Gig Application Success! 
Fred Kersten (Boston University)

Engaging Performance Majors in the Business Aspects of their Performance Career 
Kim L. Wangler (Appalachian State University) 

Facing Up Finances: Teaching Money Management to Self-Employed Music Students
Kamilla Kent (Florida International University) 

2:45–3:30 p.m. 
Poster Session II
Moderator: Charles Menoche (Central Connecticut State University)

Ableton Live in Music Teaching and Learning
Jonathan Kladder (University of North Carolina–Wilmington)

AI and Music Composition: Algorithmic Composition with AI Component Using Currently Available AI Tools 
Floyd Richmond (Tarleton State University)

Building a Cloud-Based Music Fundamentals Course with Built-in Practice, Feedback, and Grading 
Rachel Mann (University of Texas Rio Grande Valley)


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10

1:15–2:00 p.m. 
Poster Session III
Moderator: Dylan Savage (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)

Rediscovery and Transformation: Thematic Relationships in Philippa Duke Schuyler’s “Seven Pillars of Wisdom” 
Sarah Masterson (Newberry College) 

Godiva: The Study of a Monodrama by Juliana Hall and Caitlin Vincent 
Perry G. Mears II (St. Ambrose University) 
Loralee Songer (Taylor University) 

Discovering Piano Works by Latin American Women Composers: María de Baratta and Aurora Román Casares 
Gabriela Calderón Cornejo (Ball State University) 


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11

1:15–2:00 p.m. 
Poster Session IV
Moderator: Sara Ernst (University of South Carolina)

Instrumental Music Teachers’ Undergraduate Choral Methods Curricular Background and Comfort and Self-Perceived Competence in Teaching Choral Music in Secondary School Classrooms 
Ji-Eun (Jen) Kim (Seoul National University) 

The Influence of Sean-nos on the Nationalistic Choral Music of Ireland 
Stacie Lee Rossow (Florida Atlantic University) 

“Are All White People Rich and All Black People Poor?”: Experiences of Choral Music Teachers Repurposing the Large Performing Ensemble to Teach Social Justice 
Kay Dick (Auburn University) 

2:45–3:45 p.m. 
Poster Session V
Moderator: Vanessa Fourla (University of Miami)

Working on Scales: Effects of a Group Practice on Learning the Major and Minor Scales for Students 
Dmitry Perevertailenko (Tarleton State University) 

Empowering Student Creativity through 1:1 Music Technology 
Daniel Albert (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
Thomas Nasiatka (Windham Southeast School District)

Developing Fundamental Playing Skills Through the Synthesis of Body Mapping and Traditional Pedagogy in the Applied Studio 
Heather Peyton (University of Northern Iowa)

Refining Fundamentals Through Extended Techniques 
Tiffany Valvo (Virginia Commonwealth University) 


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16

1:15–2:00 p.m. 
Poster Session VI
Moderator: Danielle Woolery (Texas Woman’s University)

Pilot Study: A Survey of Conducting Feedback Methods 
LaToya A. Webb (Auburn University) 

Diversity and Inclusion in Bassoon Pedagogy and Education: A Survey of Programs in the United States, Korea and Germany 
Yoon Joo Hwang (University of Central Florida) 

A Comparative Study of Piano Programs at University-Level Institutions in the United States and China 
Yuan Jiang (Florida State University)

2:45–3:45 p.m. 
Poster Session VII
Moderator: Teresa M. Nakra (The College of New Jersey)

MuSciQ: A Musical Intervention for Math Anxiety 
Alan B. Tyson II (IUPUI)

Pedagogy, Professionalism, and Career Preparation: Learning from Other Disciplines 
Marcia L. Bosits (Northwestern University) 

Students Creating Musical Connections Through Audio and Video Recording 
Desmond Armentrout (University of Massachusetts Amherst)

Creative Synthesis Music Workshops: STEAM and Choose Your Own Adventure Literacy
Andrea Vos-Rochefort (Texas A&M University–Kingsville)


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17

2:45–3:30 p.m. 
Poster Session VIII
Moderator: Larry Kaptain (University of Colorado–Denver)

The Sacred and Liturgical Works of Dave Brubeck 
Derick Cordoba (Anderson University) 

Paul Desenne’s Sonata for Violin Solo: An Analysis 
Luis Fernandez (University of Wisconsin Green Bay) 

New Music Isn’t Scary: An Outreach Project Featuring “Fearsome Creatures” 
Douglas Jurs (Allegheny College) 


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18

1:15–2:00 p.m. 
Poster Session IX
Moderator: David R. Montaño (University of Denver, retired)

Gender Trends in Regional Music Composition Faculty 
Margaret McGinity-Termuhlen (Central Michigan University) 

Recruiting Marginalized Students to the Music Profession 
Edward Ted C. Hoffman, III (University of Montevallo) 

Is the Fixed, Canonic Set of Musical Examples Necessary? 
Jocelyn Nelson (East Carolina University)