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Joshua Russell, assistant professor of music education in The Hartt School, presented research at the 21st annual European Association of Music in Schools conference held at the Lemmensintituut in Leuven, Belgium, on Feb. 14.
His paper, entitled “Music Educators’ Reflections on Their Professional Experiences and Impact on Future Career Plans,” is part of a line of research designed to understand and mitigate unwanted music educator attrition.
Additionally, Dr. Russell published an article entitled “A Comparison of Contracted and Ideal Music Education Faculty Workload” in the Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education. In this study, Russell and his co-author, Dr. Kyle Chandler, focus on the traditional roles of music education faculty (teaching, scholarship, and service) at different types of institutions in order to understand how the three are most commonly divided and how faculty feel their time would be employed to the most effect.