I am excited to say that I have accepted a job offer from The College of St. Scholastica at the rank of Assistant Professor of Music! I will be moving up to Duluth, Minnesota in August to begin this full-time, tenure track position. My courses for the moment will include applied lessons in piano, class piano, and music theory. I'm looking forward to starting this new chapter of my life with the great community there!
The College of St. Scholastica was founded in 1912 as a Benedictine college for women, and became coeducational in 1969. To this day, Benedictine nuns still have a presence on campus. Service to others and one's community remains a bedrock of the Benedictine values.
St. Scholastica lived in the sixth-century Roman Empire and was the twin sister of St. Benedict (for whom the order is named). While Benedict founded the male Benedictine monastic order, Scholastica founded its female counterpart.