Susan O’Neill is an Associate Professor in Arts Education in the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University in Canada. She has been working in the area of artistic learning and musical development for ovear 20 years with an emphasis on fostering youth arts and music engagement in ways that explore and contribute to expansive learning opportunities, motivation and transformative engagement, positive values, well-being, personal and social identities, intergenerational relationships, digital media and multimodal creative collaborations, and cultural understandings. She is Director of Multimedia Opportunities and Diversity in Artistic Learning Research (MODALresearch.com), Research for Youth, Music and Education (RYMEyouth.com) and the Arts Matter Learning Projects. She has been awarded visiting fellowships at the University of Michigan, USA (2001-03) and the University of Melbourne, Australia (2012). She is Research Commissioner for the International Society for Music Education (ISME) and Senior Editor of the Canadian Music Educators’ Association (CMEA) Biennial Book Series, Research to Practice. She has published widely in the fields of music psychology, youth development, and arts education.
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