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Marysol Quevedo Resigns as SEM Program Specialist

Tuesday, June 20, 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Stephen Stuempfle
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With mixed feelings, the Society for Ethnomusicology announces that Marysol Quevedo’s last day as our Program Specialist will be Friday, June 30. Over the past year, Marysol has brought both extensive knowledge of music and first-rate administrative skills to SEM. She has strengthened our organization in such areas as the management of member data, marketing, online communications, annual meeting video-streaming, and the submission/review of prize applications. Our members have greatly benefited from her professionalism and good cheer.

The good news is that Marysol has accepted the position of Assistant Professor in the Department of Musicology at the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music. Here her teaching responsibilities will include such courses as Contemporary Music, Music in Latin America, Symphonic Literature, and a music history survey. Moreover, she will be well positioned to continue her research, which focuses on music in Cuba during the twentieth century.

Marysol will be assisting with the orientation of SEM’s new Program Specialist, who will be announced soon. In addition, we will hear from her as a presenter at the SEM Annual Meeting in Denver and will look forward to her continued involvement in the Society.

Thank you, Marysol, and congratulations!


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