Zhao serenades faculty lecture audience

Grace Xia Zhao performs “Summerland (Three Visions)” by William Grant Still during her faculty lecture Tuesday via Zoom. Her lecture, “Why Recreational Piano Matters on a College Campus: Lessons Learned While on Sabbatical,” included her research on the importance of recreational music for students’ academic performance and well-being. It was presented to an audience of 15 students, faculty and staff members. / screenshot by Christine Diaz
Grace Xia Zhao performs “Summerland (Three Visions)” by William Grant Still during her faculty lecture Tuesday via Zoom. Her lecture, “Why Recreational Piano Matters on a College Campus: Lessons Learned While on Sabbatical,” included her research on the importance of recreational music for students’ academic performance and well-being. It was presented to an audience of 15 students, faculty and staff members. / screenshot by Christine Diaz

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