Posted by Philip Poole on 2012-04-14

by Tully Taylor

Moya Nordlund, Samford University associate professor of music, recently presented at the biennial Music Educators National Conference March 29-31 in St Louis.

Nordlund's research poster was "Self-reflections and Use of Sequential Patterns: A Comparison." The conference focused on research regarding music education and music teacher education, she said.

Nordlund joined Samford's faculty in 2001, and she directs the music education program in the School of the Arts.

Tully Taylor is a senior journalism and mass communication major and is a news and feature writer in the office of marketing and communication.

 
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