Modern dance technique, pedagogy
Gwendolyn Hamm is an Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies for the Department of Kinesiology. She currently teaches Modern Technique I, a secondary dance pedagogy course, and a dance methods and activities course for Physical Education majors. Ms. Hamm has presented at state, regional and national conferences, including the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, National Dance Education Organization, the American College Dance Festival (Mid-Atlantic Region) and the Bill Evans Summer Institute of Dance. Additionally, Professor Hamm has been the recipient of grants and awards, including the IUB New Frontiers Visiting Visionary Grant, the HPER Cross-Disciplinary Research Program Grant, and most recently, the NEA American Masterpieces Dance – College Component, which she co-wrote with Selene Carter.
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