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Mary Catherine Stoumbos Adjunct Professorial Lecturer Performing Arts

DOF | Center for Teaching, Research, and Learning
Hurst Hall 203
PhD, Music (Ethnomusicology), Columbia University, 2023
MPhil, Music (Ethnomusicology), Columbia University, 2020
MA, Music (Ethnomusicology), Columbia University, 2018
MMus, Musicology and Ethnomusicology, Kings College London, 2014
BA, Mathematics and Music (Piano Performance), Emory University, 2012

Mary Catherine Stoumbos, PhD, (she/her) earned her doctorate in Music from Columbia University with a focus in Ethnomusicology. As an educational developer, Dr. Stoumbos works to further equitable pedagogical practices by developing resources and offering workshops, learning communities, and individual consultations to support faculty and graduate student instructors’ growth in student-centered teaching. Her research interests include the effects of public and institutional policies on student learning experiences.

Prior to joining CTRL, Dr. Stoumbos worked at the Center for Teaching Excellence at Catholic University and at the Columbia Center for Teaching and Learning. She has taught in the First Year Experience at Catholic University and in the Undergraduate Writing Program at Columbia University; she previously taught at the Ben Franklin Academy in Atlanta, GA, and was a private piano teacher.
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